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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1900.
ROOMS r-OR REST.
Three Lines for Plvc rents
Each AMItion1 Une-Flve Cents nrtra.
All. destrfng nice, comfortable rooms. Kc a
dayJlzs a up Whit Hie. southwest
coraer Ninth aaJ rine:strictly tlrst-cla".
... j . .... . fl.f ii!h...V
ANY ontl-T. cr utrnir .; h;ik -" ," ' ..7
front parlor fcr etllce. with all c'nvcnlr.o-.
nice location, .i-i'.j ... -..i ....)
. ... n..o -... c r iic 11!. l'lir-
rlihe- room: all moJcrn conveniences; one l.ock
from street car
n.v...' .. n ...... r..l.l..u. fTNiTlt
room, sultab'o for two gcutlerri i or cuuiiie.
BROADWAY. 1M aid ITT X. At the ;ilt."
2) rooms. Zm; 10 iwm Sc. 10 i coins. Wc per
CAPS Ave.. 7515 Nicely fum'st-ed rcoms for
housekeeping or gentlemen; all convfn'enccs.
" CIinsTNTT St . 63-NVvvly and natly rur-nl-he.1
roomi; all tnoArn concnl--nce; tran-
tl.ntn. 50c ard Jl per nlglit.
"VllOrTEAU Ave. 1317 -N ely (nra Mini front
room n 1th v erytMrg comi 'ote for hou-ekrer rs.
" CI.tfT ON Place Ills llU.Yk South of Cass)
Nlct-ly fumirhcl room f t two gmtl'm-n. all
conveniences; private family: jul.t r.clentjor
fccod. DAYTON St.. ISl-N!ce. eom'n-tablv- furn's"iel
room; convenient and rcpertable. private; .t.
DICKSON Pt . SM Newly famished front
nom v ery reasonat le.
KASTON Ave.. 20K-Furnllird and uiifurnUhel
roo-is fcr sleeping or houtkecplnu: all cuiiven
lrnecs; centrally located; reg'omb.c.
""EIOIITEKXTH Ft . Iin X Newly furnished
fwond-story front room. In private f am lj : suit
alle for Eentletien; very desirable location, all
vt.v v :vtu w. i; ?C I.arre rpo i. com
pletely furnished for houstkerplss: cheap.
piemen: ha. 1'r.rsry. es mnastura. tlej-clo statue.
J-ct and cold bath
- . . n . .. ,...!.-.. . .....I. ."Ml I. frT"
rt;i U.UJ Ave. ... r.iiijin'--'- n... ,w.... .--hoosekeeptrs,
So rr ntntli, or one or two
unfurn!hed: private family.
'"'- -- . e t And l Artf OmPTl!
relly furnWie.1 fixnt room for licht lws"f
:: conenlert to two car lines; . unreasonable.
"VlFTnENTlI Ft. f'n N. Nt.-o front and rear
rooms for housekeeping or Eertlmen.
"nXNET Ae-5 rooms. SIS. routtoenth M..
No. : 8.. I rooms. U. bcoit i Tartar, .la
FOUItTIt St.. 417 P. narl'C'.ors" Jloir.e T!el
10c. Includlns cofffe nn 1 roll stove for iwoliun:
and warhlns: col b:er UN freo to cuet3.
THANKIJN Av . tlll-Tuto small room. ec-
o-id Roor. for gentlemen: reascnaoie
.. . -. n. . n.A Mnt ...n. Mi fl.l
UAaitu ci.. i i.u .1-....-. ------
and third flnom. for eentlemen or cmple: Fnrln.
ave. and Jefferoi car lines; com tnieiwv.
r. MlRlSON Ave. :i P. Nicely furnished room
for ton geri'.lemca. private fam.l ; reasoaabl:
GAUR1SON Ave.. U3I N- Neatly rurnlsed
rooms fcr Eentlemen; private family; all comeii-
OARRIPON Ae.. isn :'. Neat and nell-fur-nlshed
rooms tor light housekeeping; all con
""GARRISON Ave.. SCO N.-Hclrabla second
story rooms, furnished or u-furc1fhd; also eln
jle room; hoasekeepinc If delred.
OUVSGOW Place. MB-Thre- rooms, furnlshel
.T.-t-rrv c. 1" V!rlv fu.nlshed
room: bath. fs; K per week.
JFaTRSON Ave.. J!3 N.-Furnl"hed frrnt
rm. for ladles or co'ixle: hot bath: all con
venlences; prlate family: per vteek.
LAWTON Ave.. SI! CSV Chestnut FU-Fnr-nishel
rooms for gents or housekeewnB: eery
convenience . .
M?CAS Ae., SS-FurnUhed front room. bath.
etc; breakfast It tlfslrtd.
L.t:CAS Ave.. tTJ-Nlcely furnished rooms: all
modern conveniences; reawnable
L.rCAs""Ave is-tie-irable. well-furnlshed
recond-floor front and eonnectlnB ro"m. sinma
or en suite: hot and cell bath; e-y teas-enable.
1.UCA3 Ave.. !E K'et-ant rcoms. nev.ly tur
nlshed: slnrle or en suite; all convenience.; fur-
tace nrai; pr.vic .muiw . fc-
..rm . 1 1Wi Isvwsk Tl!t Tlim1llsNl
front rooms for znarrioJ couple or two gcais.
MORGAN St.. 2807 Two fuml'hM front rooms
In atricUy prtvata family; all ccnveslencrat.
story front room for r&ntlemen cr couple; path.
viCEI.T furnl-hed room to quiet gentleman or
lady: day or wetk; all conveniences. Y i-a. Ke-
OIJVE St.. 1U4 Nicely furnlshM front and
tack parlors; also acona-itory front room.
OMVB St.. SJTwo elegant rooms, f urnl'hM
or unfurnished, hot and cold bath; first-class
ervtoe; nice home; resjonable.
OUVE St.. 15W Neatly funlshel recond-story
front and other dlrable rocirs, by Ttcek cr
monm; nesr unimi pwi wm .-"-"""
PAOR Ave, S530 Nlotly farnlshe-l aeornd
story front or back rocnn: bath, liat. evtry
convenlecce: pria! family: rates rba'naple?
I'Al'IN bt.. i:S Cor. Seventeentht Nicely f ur
plshed rooms for eert or pou?ekerplnK;hcap.
SECOND Bt . 115 8.- Neatly furniEhfd rc-xna
from 75c to J1.I3 per woek. suitable for ctotlemea
SHERIDAN" Ave.. :1 On nicely furbished
room for lbjht hou6eePiric: corner house;
aoulhern exposure; rent re-ifonablo.
BPENCXRPlace. OlS-Threo rooms. tl-M; wa
ter In kitchen; cemented cellar. Scott & 1 anar.
TENTH St.. 1116 S. Front room. Wll. all er-n-
renlences: hot and cold UUS. prliate family;
quiet locality: ery reas. nablt-
"THIRTEENTH PL -448 K. l-uralshed rooms,
with bath, la private family.
THOMAS St.. J54S Three iargs uifumlshed
... .... .nar snH hjllr r.riw-T hr.11.iV
lb .WM-B. .. Bi. w... - --
F. -. . -.. aiis ia iiafiiVfllS.4
all conveniences, fwr lUht houiekeepins; cheap,
"TWEIiTH St. h? rJ-A viy nlclr furnish d
. . r. .... ahIw. ell .n
ccona-eioiy ironi iopbi -r fcc;. wij . .. -"
Tsnlences; rent reasonable.
TWELFTH 6tT"i N. Nltly furnls'ied front,
coay room: " windows; rultable for two ccntle
tnan; II week each; entrance en J.ocust
VANDEATENTElt Avn.. KIA N. Front room,
furnished: double bed: heat; light; hot bath; II;
will arrange with coupla for hoasekeepine; s3
WASHINGTON Ave., JiOl Nlc. latg fur
nished rooms: 51 end J2.LO per neek.
"""WASHINGTON Ave, l' Vic", lartre fur
nished front rooms; t2 and JI.2J per week.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 15(r-L.-iTr- front room-;
Tery pleasant; also rocms for llllit lioasekeeplnE:
WABHINGTON Ar.. nil Three larre front
rooms for housekeeping; also back rooms; rutta
to permanent parties.
""WASHINGTON "a va ISM Newlv furnlrbei
room tor gentlemen only; 752 to 2.A per week;
bath: lunchroom, ull conc!ence.
WASHINGTON Ave.. SOT- Handsome rarlors.
Inle or en suite, suitable for doctor or dentist;
other rooms; first-class accommodation; tery
WASHINGTON Are., lOlS-Reauttful well-furnished
front room nnd other ul"e rooms, for
rentlemen only; quiet; convenient, respectab-e;
WEBSTER "av. (Comer DIckso" Two hall
rooms, unfurnliihed. 10" ladr or gentleman: eep
arate or en suite; very reasonable.
rooms vrrn noArtn.
Three IJres for Five Cents.
Each Addltleral LJne Five Cents Extra.
ARISTOCRATIC boarOint: rUer biuffs. always
breexy and cool; lonely Jiouie, front room, exten
sile (rounds; entranca to tront orchard. 470S s.
AUBERT Ave.. TCT.-Select prliate family can
accommodate a Gentleman v.lth nicely furnished
-i i.a. -iKmt iwni-tl mMrot6
ironi rxKJiii, . ii vr y.i.v.v - - -
fcBEIU Avp.. MS-Kea.tly furniUjl rooms for
miemen only; a. cvu.uiivmi.. w.-j...
u Suburban cars; board If dtslreu.
"rit?wn iv. KM Pecond-tory front
room; good tabls board: also tlilrd-stcry front
CASS Ave.. 8050-Cholc of two nice joops: very
reasonable: all convenience: breakfast It de
sired; housekeeping permitted.
CHESTNUT St.. 7101 Wellington Hotel; nice.
large roomi: flAtlats board and seplce. rooals
all hours; ail conven-.tnots; caaonablterm.
CHOUTEAU Ave.. liuNlce'r furnished rooms.
with toaro. in private mim.j.
nn.Msn stn- Newlv furnished rooms, with
board: all conveniences.
DICKSON St.. X-Well furr.I'hed seeond
sbSy front rm. with board: modern cenven
Jencs; waned neUhborhood; pleasant surround
lngs; it for two.
"riNNET Ave,. l-!heJ, 'i'?!?
.front and other rooms. "Jp or without board.
cath. s-as. rnrnacs nwtt. wi w-.v.. w
t NNET Ave.. 3714 Neatly fumlstej or un
furrushed second-story front and other rooms;
fathlnsatTtwcnl If desired; couple or gentle
min. FRANK-tN Ave,. t'!J-Nlcely famished lg
second-story front loom; private family, tor two
gtntlemen: with board: IS-'A ea jier week.
FURNISHED rooms In a quiet neighborhood
to? couples or gentleroea: visitors accommodated;
meals n oes a. . wy.wu
GARRISON Ave.. T18 N Furnished rooms,
with board: nicely furnished eecond-story front
room: hot and cold bath; furnace heat.
GARRISON Ave.. 174 N.-Newly furnished
rocms In private family, with or without buud;
Ml conveniences; quiei nctuwu, . .-
GAMBLE BL. K0-Want an Infant or child to
; gooa cars given: reasona cie; c-. .
ORAND Avs.. tl4 N The McPherson Elegant
apartments; modern conveniences: telephone.
smoker, parlors, choice cuisine: considering ae
oommodstlons, lowest rates In city: location un
s passed: six car lines; day board: special rata.
HICXORT SK-. ISIS Nicely furnl'hed sccond
'ory front room, with rtret-ctasa tviard. for sea
men; nrat-class conveniences: all modern.
VFATETTI Avs.. 1744 Nicely furnished front
wn; with or ltheut loard; home comforts;
sients accommodated .
pUTATETTB Ave,. Elegant front room:
jinpdem conveniences: with board In ornate;
itMs for two geUe-nen; references exchanged.
rooms Avrrn hoard.
Three in for Fie Cents.
Each Additional Une Fu Cent. Extra.
I.INDni.1. Iulard. iM7-IJsutlluilv fur
nished. Ian; SHcondtory front rooms, with i.rt
I.INDEUL Doul.. JIW-lTleirar.tly furnlslied sec-ond-stcry
front and lack single rooms, for gn
tlmn. r.rst-class table; In modern housa; rea
sonable Z.INtTTI. Iljuleard. ria-Elnntly furnlst-M
eerond-tory rronl and back single rooms ft r
gentlemen: firat-elass table In modem house; rea
ror,tbIe TJCrPT St.. 5IIJ-New and handsomely rur
nlhej rooms, with board; all com enlenccs.
IJCTST St-T SllJSccond-fioor room with treod
board for two; also room for young man; refer
ences lrCL"?T St 2113-Seleet Nwilj ileMrabU
rooms; furnace hat; hot bath: rates reironibl
toper snent imrtles.
fXTST St 7 Two second ftcry front an.l
other rtim not .ath. sruthern esposurc; cut
rates for winter. lmarJ optional
LOCUST St 1! and 160 lMemnt rooi.;
rrst-"lass toird and riee; isltors accotntno
oated; rates to permanent parties.
I.orvST ST2S4S-Reaut!fiiI Iarifurnlhel
room; f:--t board: hot nml evild bath; gas:
furnace heat: homelike; reasonable.
TX"U.!T Stt.Vraersnt parlrr. slnRIe r en
rui: record and thlnl fi-xr from, "elect I.jarJ;
net liath: rates to permanent rarttes.
TxKTsr St.. rc-raegantrooin.: Tirt-cla
board and rervice; furnace heat: div hoardeis
Eccommodafd: rates to permanent parties.
IiCUFT ' St.. "3I07EIeg'int second-noor frTt
room: t-Iect lairl: hot ami cold tth; furnace
neat; prlrate family; references exchanged.
IJCUST St . 22"nd Kll Pcirable rooms";
select r-otr.;- flrft-cla-. service; all conen!enpe;
c cctrlo light.; reasonable terms Mrs. 1L Ball.
IOC1TT St . ri -Desirable well-furnished
iror.t and side roim.; modern comenInces;
choice table; bet of fcrvlce; moderate terms.
LOCUPT ft.. --NcnTvluTnTrhiTtop to bcT
joni; nrst-c!as hoerd nnd senile; all conven
tnces. furnara hest: homelike; moderate tern..
LOCUST St.. 2:-I.ii- tecomT-rtorv front,
rr-iti- furnls'ied. with nt -eve. water n room;
nrcls board and inice: pennanent parties.
tilcrST St.. 1'07 ITecant rorr.-. selert txiard"
all convenience': centnl Iocatbn flr.t-c'a-s seivl
lee: visitors accommodated: rates to permanent
LOCUST St.. KM-ielect Kar.1!nhn7ie: fur.
' tow, rfnr i-nion Station, wholesale and re
tall buslne-.; l!ltors accommodated; rates to
.""-r'-tS A ..Si;Chc!re tb!. dfs'raMe rnm:
Srr,f at" hr1"5: " contrn'er.ces: best lo-
--.., .. . v-vii ..uip id irmareni prn-s
xtoirflw k " n..i.V.i. ... . .-.- .
... ..... ..... .T-naui. eii-iur-ii-nea
r.-e-M- good board; tot and ccld bath: rurnacs
neat; t per week.
morgan: Ft . Sli7-rnre unfurnl'hed room.
?-Lr''r"i.rrt- pa: also two secord-floor front
- - -..J. ...-..:... .tia-v.. mg.
VnPfi IV c Mi. . - -. ..
...-. .... .,i i-,. .rwiv rurnisnea second-j'or-
front room, with hoard. In private family
i. r two ge'-Uemen cr ladles: H per week.
lIcPHBRSON Ave. 1571-One very l.irte hand
orrly furni.bi south front room, with break-
.-fc ..- ti.uu- -uji.; rnvan iRuiny.
VlfPt V ..- !-.- ... -
ii t -n- ilVi rwm, -sun or TC..IOUt
... ,.Jb ,.ii. rfvrr, HPUOUC,
.' lurrusnea secnna-siory room; flrst-
....... ,... ,tl iTi.aiq j i.i ismny; ror a
couple or two g it. z lt7. Republic
OHIO Ave.. 71S. East St, Louis. 111. Furnished
roc, with or without board.
OLIVE St. S5C2. OIIts Apartments lonely sec-ond-stcry
rooms and board; evcrj thing new and
Crst-cla.s; steam heat; references.
OME St.. I?13-n!egant parlor bedroom, trc.
ona-n.ir frcnt end othr rooms; slct board; all
conenlences; very reai"nabl trms.
CLi-n St.. IS07 Large ntUfurn!s.,-ed eo-cnd-!loor
frcnt: also hall room: board If desired;
rear Union Station: terms very reasonable.
PAGE Ae. JK-Ore cuth5ror.t rom: also
one north room, good board; modem conenl
nce. gentlemen prefen -e-1.
TINE St.. 313-Nlce!y furnished room for grn
tltmcn. wlthnr't-c!ae board.
TIND St . SnNeatly furnished second-story
room; good board; terms r?onabIa.
PINE St.. 3W3-Rcautlfnl second-floor front
ard othr rooms; bcurd if desired; rates to gen
tlemen or parties employel.
TtCOM-Second-stoT front room; southern ex.:
all modern conveniences: good table serie
.et Er.d- IXlmar an! Ollvs cars. II 171. Re
public SHERIOAN Ava. llt.l-Fiin)lshd rooms. Willi
or without board: In prlvata family, for one or
two gentlem e
SHERIDAN Arn.. S.-55-Wrll fuml-hed rooms,
with cr without board; gas. bath, furnace heat:
prUate faml'y; choice oelghtorhood.
FINGIJ3 room by vurg mn; state terms pr
y-eck; centra!; prlvats family preferred. V i$t.
TENTH St.. 411 N.. Ei.t St. Iul-Front
room, with beard for couple or geatlemsn In
ii-ie laiui.y; icrms reasona-.e.
.... iiiii-Tvra ou j-mr jiuiei oners T-ry low
beard on Amirlcan or European plan, for ths
fall ar.d w later.
THEXESA St.. t K. Fine s'cond-story front
room; sultabls for two gents; furnace, ras. hot
and cold lath.
11. . C. ...... - .-
TWEI-T H St.. ."0 S Nlc'ly furnished rooms,
.60 to J1..5. suitable for married couples; board
J r. mrTW. j-ja.l 1JI n.-UIIUiHC.
. j riw i-uijr iuraisnQ rooms, single or en
suite; porcelain bath, with or without board:
TtTATVTf-1 T C -.. .. .. .. T
..,.., .-. ,. tu ntiiuy lumisnea
room; soutliem tpo.u ; with hsat. hot and
cold water; with or without board; terms rea
scnaMe WASHINGTON Aie. J?-I-urnl.hed room.
2r?t-class bonrd; heat an.l bath; St weekly.
rooms; steam heat; bath. gas. with or without
WASHINGTON Ave. S!!7-Larr .eccnd-story
frrnt room with Rleoe; also front parlor, wlt'i
"WA SHINGTON Ave., lM3Net-!y fum'.hM
rooms for ntlemen only; 71c to JJ.SOper week
bath: lunchroom: all conveniences.
WASHINGTON Ave . 4U1 Well-fumlshd fro-it
ro..m; .outhern e-cposure; modTn cAnvenlences;
table frst-cla:.s; couple or two gentlemen.
WASHINGTON Ave.. M13 Ie.rhl. well-fnr-r.'sl-ed
se"nd-flocr -oota: hoard It desired; prl
vete fariHr; liomcllke; gentlemen or courla.
""WAniNGTON A' , 17CC Oesirsbl- room": e
lect board- all cc-er.fenre; steam heat: cntral
le-cat'cn; vl-!to accommodated: very risonsMe.
WASHINGTON Ave, SUS Well-fumihAl
room, slnele o- en suite, with board: conterl
ences; suitable for S or 4; gentlemen preferred.
WASHINGTON A., SSM-Newly furnished
front and ether rooms, with or without hoar!;
excellent table; good beds; terns very res-n-able.
WASHINGTON Ae.. SBS-Lirre. front end
connecting room, cr second and third floor, suit
aMe for two gentlerrei cr couple, wi board;
WASHINGTON Ave-, TK Handomly fur
nlshcC front s.ni ether rooms; excellent table;
entire wheat r.rtd other healthy foods used; terms
51 to J5 per wtelt.
W. SHIJ.-GTON Ave.. KlS-DesIrnM! ell
fumlhvl roorrs; flrst-clas lioard aril service;
hot !.a!h. fiirrpce heat; homelike; location un
WEST WELLE Tlace. 411f-Seeond-story room.
with good board, nicely furnished.
WEST RELLE Plsca, 74S-rieasant roerm:
southern exposure: good table board; In rrlvnts
frmily. for one or two.
WEST RELLE Place, M54. TlctoTla" Fnr
nltbed rooms; excellrnt table; r.car Suburban
care; day boarders accommodated.
WEST BELLE Place. 41v-NIc'ly fu-nlhed
seeend-story room: eiuthern exposure: flrtt-clas
board: private f-imlly; couple or gents.
WEST BELLE Place 4:S-Nicely furnished
second-story room: southern expo ire: with or
without board; m-qern conveniences: reasonable.
WHITTJEK SL. Ill E. NTcely fumlshed'Toom
end bcatd; ccnenlent to cars.
nooMs and BOAun watted.
ROOMS anl lioard for elderly lady and son
we-r.t cf Vander iter ave. I. 115. Republic
TWO furnished cr unfurnished rooms; one with
southern expoure with good table hoaol; fam
ily of four, two littles girls; West Id: rtate,
tein.; private family; refrrsnees exchanged. O
norsr.s. ROOMS, ETC.. wanted.
FT'RNISHED flat cf S or 4 rooms; stats prlcsT
L 14!. Republic
TO buy cr rent rood houe with half acre or
raw. ground: inside city l'mll Apjly quick,
Desk 1. suite Jit, Ozark building. Tenth and Pin.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS. FLATS.
CALIFORNIA Ave.. JUS Thres nest rooms;
cemented eel r: attic; !.
EVANS Ave.. 4564 Fine lower flat, four rooms.
bath: light, air', very convenient elds entrance,
nice yard: J15 to desrable party.
FINNET Ave.. 4!4 Four rooms, all modem
Improvements: as good as new.
LACLECE Ava.. 4203A -roem flat, with large
bathroom: fixtures: furnace and all conven
lerces; rent not Increased; enly Ki. C W.
Barnes, fit Walnwiifht building.
NEW Flat Thres rooms, laundry, gas, yard,
shed, IS12A Dodler: 1441A Grattan. three rcoms;
1G21 Dolman. 1S21A: water raid: 3 rooms.
RIDGE Ave., a2S Thres unfurnished rooms,
now open- city wter; 15 per month; tako Sub
urban or Baston cars,. Loring. -0 olivs st-
Four neat rooms; 111.
WALTON Ave.. 735 Four-room flat: hot bath;
fas fixtures: redecorated: janitor service: lie.
Iflermh. Apply 911 Marcus, adjoining. Subur
FOR nEXT Fl'RXISIIED HOUSES AND
NEATLT furnished 10-room hou.e. full of
boarders: near Orand and r.naey ves. : owner
will board: responsible parties. 11 ltd. Republic
i CASTLE HALL linnFHT T. CnWXN.
No 131. K. ef P.. Wet Hall. Ce-,-Ury
a building. NIn'h nnd Olive street', on
' Jlundji. OetoWr :. ai 1 ji m sharp.
l!uslnss meeting of Imporunce to all members.
Visiters cordially welc-irie.
- . SAM S. HXRUISON. C. C
Attest: Harry Roberts. K. of It. i. S.
fc CASTLV HMJ. MONITOIt IlTVin.
X No. ex. K. of p.. rneet. every Tliui-dae
Wr eienr-c In Century building Nlnlh and
Olive strrets. Hill Nn l Wo-k In rank
of Pace at our riett meet'nc o-tolr is. Vle
Itorj aiwajs welcome ml menibeis e.ticct.si
GFO U. KGGEI1, C. C
W J. Otto. K. of R & S. ...-
coi.uvni.v LOOGF :o : ir or
P r-.t- .ery Til sdiv evcnln- nt it
o'e'ocl: Ci.tte Hill, , nturv bull line.
itmn nil- inw .-.I 1. Inlll am I1IU-
Streets. T-lcliv eenlcg. O toiler 13, work In
rarlc of Piulre. Jt.-oibe retifvte.1 to ntl.nj.
V ltoro w dcrire. JOItv IF. "IH'I.ZI3, C i
T T Demifey. K cf 11. A s
coNPinENcr: iipci: xo i;i. k or
P. m-ef every Tliu-sdiv evening at
I.lfaette llsll Pcv.nteentri and Cass
...Jl, '"...; " .. . expecie.1 to nttenit end
visitors crnl-Ily invlte-i
William Faler. K. of R s N " l-
PAMOV IIPGr no : K OF P.
rreet- every We.lre.dav eventnr at Fra
tcrnsl ltsl'. Flex -nth a-d Franklin "
r.tie Itnll Vrt 1 I'n.lnu. n.n, Hn.
t next regulir convention Octcr iv Vcnibers
are rroiiestiil to lie rre.enr nnd vltlting IcnKrhts
cnnl'allv Invited. FLEI1 TOEVOKS C I"
Attct: !I It. Kermel. K. of R A S.. S743A
F- - -vverue.
1"T"T'T rit.r.n. . a , ..
- . " "'"'O i u"in.u rsr. r;. i.
of p meet, every Wclne-lay evening at
.. 'i-.iii' ninns -r- j-iT0.
w , p,br,ljroVYVsniTSc'-'", r- c
OOI.DCN TOF.rF:v rnowv "i-ornr;. no a
J. n-ect. every Mv evening Hall N..'
r -t,n S '.""S rocr- returr bnili'l-r. Nlnti
e.v&'r.;'l "I've street,. Work In r-nV of
S Page nt nest convertlon. I'rldav
eX-tobor li All metr in evpecte.1
CFJOWM Visiters cordially lnvit-d
- .. - . r A WILLEr. c c.
ITenry C. Scott, K. cf II ft s.
Jt LAFATETTE LOPGn."NO. US. K O
(.3cP meet. We-!nc.!iir everlng. Octet er
Ct 1" nt IJilrllneton bu'lllnr No flfl evive
' ' 'treet. e'rl tb roor Werk In rank of
Esquire. WALTER II WItY.-, C. C.
;"! Fred Horn. K. of R. B
MiSMii'Rt ioige. vo t k or p.
'Flit.- Hsll Holland I.ulMlng m-et. eve-
F-I.'tr everlnr Meltoi .'ay. w.l-
rorw. Jill.?. J 11 1. 11, i v
rn-arle. c. Fink. K. of R A S
PACIFIC IVIIGE NO 111. It Or P..
meets everr We.lne.dav evenlrg In On-
...f """-. " " i "". I'JUiri ..J-'--
u and Ollv-e ftreet. Work In the F.niilr
rank Wedncjnr eveninr. October 17, Members
expected and visitors cordl-illr Invited.
r. w folic, c. c
-' W Campbell, K. of R. S.
PARGOV I1PGE. NO tt, li. OF P.,
VTV meet every Tcedny erenlrg. F.sll No. 3.
v,-yce- ,-.v,j re'.lows- btilld'ng. Ninth anl Ollvs
"M streets. Next Tueedar. rank of Knight,
Members anl vls'tor. ccrdlillr Invited
O M RFTHErtKOItO. C, C,
Attest: Frank Jcbnin K.cf It. ft S.
4 PREMIER IjOPGE. NO 211 1C OF P.
sjb Next reculir m'etlng. Thur-dny exntng.
"SiLJr Octotwr ; nt Hall No 1. om Fellows'
e- building Work In rank if Pace Mem
bers and visiters renu-sted to stfnl sioVer.
GEO E STUCK ET. C C
J . Wltte K. of R. ft S.
RED CItoos IJIPOn. NO 71 Tf. OS'
!-!' P.. meet, every Wedneav at Odd Tel-
lon - itnii, mtn ani inve streets. r.?xr
Wednelav reirulnr esim anl ampllHed
rank of knlgM. All lffiI;Ms are l-vlel.
M. F. DEAN. C. C.
Alfred Boyle. K of R. .e. s.
WAHASII IODOE. NO. ?4'. K. OF P..
will ae woik in lie ra-k of Un'git
Tus.lav October 2i. at hull. Rroadway
and Renton. Visitor, s'e wel-or-c.
j r. i:elahan. c, .
F H. Sachleben. K. of R. & S
r WALNUT LODGE. NO. K. K. OF P..
MTf meets even Thursday evening at I
o'clock e-arp at liru'd-" Hell southeast
- corner .inll anu .narKet sireci?. siiv
ors cordially Invited 3rd member, "vpectfd
WILLIAM WASMA.N, C. C.
W J II. Tcrkins. IC ef R ft S
WASHINGTON' LOUGE. .NO. E3. 1C.
;2Ste of p.tntn evvrv Frtd iy evening, w r.t
ket street". G.- nd Oriental rallv. Trlday
" hall, .Maorln Temple. Seventh and llar
evenlsg. October If. Wl Jlembcra ate reiuested
toteirescnt. Itltlng brothers alwnv. weicomo.
GRANT LUCE. V C
3. P. Durr.rrlch. K. cf R. ft b'.. 3"t Clark ave.
KXIGI1TS OP IKi.tOIt.
fktcsIlItEllEN Lo-lre. No. 254. IL of II.
t'Jvt Regular meeting everv Sifinlay evenmg
VZXrat Bremen Hall. Xi TG North Eleventh
:rel. Ml En.retta of lloncr InvttM.
WM. H DAVIOSON. Dictator.
:WJ W.iHl'lnxton avenue.
Msthew Ronn. Reporter. 27:t University street.
.trait. All Knigntaov iiarnr imnw w u
meetings. OTTO IIOSUNKRaNZ. ir.ets.tor.
JS5) North Pro.idvray.
Teter Karth. Reporte- z'Si Unlrerslty slr-t.
.rcsnum. fO-311 Il- land
i ctrcni weieme to visit-
bre'Iiren sod members
fern abroad. L i MEIST.R. 1 R.
Chas. n. Cor. Cranl Secretary
j 11JL(A1V V.UM-li .V erf.. I.Ul.ll.
3j Arcanum, neeta rerJUrly on ths rtco-d
ty Rn.1 fourth Mondavs e.r each morth ot
.1 . ..,. 11.11 C-.hh, ,.. ,nAn..
T I r.' U ..n... riini.j w .i. ...it it. n-i
avenue. Visiters cordially welco-ned and pleas
artly ente-talned J. II. REACliEN. Regent.
W. I Newman. S.c-etary.
HAiio.N- of no.vvsiniin.
-. kt xxjtriK iocal. ciir;?.-iir v
. -. "t -. -k.- is . . "
t m V mas . lit Jn !x rP-lF-- -laalln. -
fv 8 e. clock
B her !.
Jf Fellows' I
' Ninth nrd
. s. -. AtnTe- S-S . t-ms mr .!., rks
it.iuvn as - g-IUUKs "-rCl's
is. st tnetr r.ji .Nm. 4 O01
building, southeast corn-r
nrd Olive e'reets 0?ie !.
iMe'ate to be initiated. is!llng sir kclsl.ts ar
JOHN WEERTS, lrd Marshal.
Attest: I- A. Hill. Itarjn of ReccrcU.
tul Fulleiton tulldlrg.
IDEIE.DEXT OHIIF.K OIIIJ FELLOWS
-C"J CORAI. IODGE. NO. f-i. I. O O.
f?-3.VS F . meets every Htur.lay eve-nlng at
U''?&5? !t" hall. Billon snd llarchester nve--,
rue. Members Hr re-iuestej to at
tend. Visiting trotliers vrclccme
C . DAVIS. N. O.
P. R. Gratiot. PTctary.
.-HJfSfc- IOIE?; SCi:rTERLOif)GE. NO.
iTS-i r" I. O O F.-M-rts even- Satur
?Sjri'w2 d!f evening at Anjiea' Hall, torn-r
".7tt eif Jeffer' n KVe-.ue -nfl I'e.talozzl
rtrcct. VTltr enr Maljy Invited and members ex.
le't. 1 to attend. Noble Gnrd G. C Green. No.
..li Osaiee tr-t Re-or'lng fcecretnrv C. W.
J: ire. No S"1S Tera. avenu. rinsnclil Secre
tary, George S. Ults. No. 21 Calirorrla avenue,
-tCZ ST. LOUIS L0DG17,K0r 6. "l O.
W5vi O. P.. meets every iturJny evening
Tl':t5 at OH Fellow.' Hs.li. Ninth anl
'e- Olive otreets Mm' era are renuestid
to attend. Virillng brrithe welcome.
Cl.MtnNCE 1 ELFIEI). N. O.
G. N. SelJilta. Recording Secretary.
JH. ASCAIvOj; COM7IANDERT. NO. IS. K.
f&zc&.'T: will hold stated conclave I p. m. this
.'j tsatuilas) evening. October . at Grand
"3f Av enue Masonic Temple
LEWIS F. CAMPRELI E. a
W. II. nawfc-.n. Jtccorder.
BANNER LOCOE. NO. 12. A. O.
U. W. 1'eets on ih seoo-.d and
fiurth Satunlay of each month at
Wenre.'s Hall, rcrn.r Klehlti and
JJ Frsrklln ave. Visitors fraternally
invuea io rii iu
J F. STINSON. M. W.
Attest: Daniel ltlnn. Recorder.
dOTNDciTV"COU.NCIL. NO. 151. NATIONAL
Vnlun meet, on second aid fourth Friday each
month, at Hoa'd- Hall corner Garrison ave
nue ant Olive str.et, at o'clock. Next regular
i .eetlng Octobe r 2$.
- j.NO. S. KIMRROUail. PresUent,
Attest: Richard .E.jerger. Secretarj
FOR RENT OUUI.H-V KS.
"JnOUTEAU'Av e". HIS Goo,l stand for board.
lru-hous or furnished rooms; 7 rooms, buth.
ITTZSL Ave. ta Eight rooms and hall; IU;
good repair. Keeley ft Co.. 1113 Chestnut.
"VlAMRLn St.. 2C4 Seven ruoms; bath, gas
ar.d lixtures; Imlsh 1 attlo and liundry; In good
condition. 15. UraJIey ei Qulnette, 71S Chestnut,
INCOI-N Ave. 4013 Six-room bourn. In good
order; rent 316.
RUTGER St.. 107 Seven-room unattached red
rrlck house: jard and shed; gas and bath. Ap-
Ply Hu7 Dolman st.
SCANLAN Ave. KS Seven rooms; b'g yard:
fruit; newly iai-red: near cars and school. Jli.
r-cott ft Farrar. 715 Chestnut,
Forest Park Boul 4475-4483.
One of tne most beautiful streets In the city;
fine 10 room house, with all rncdern lmrrove
ment. Including stable In rear; rent 35) and &S
per month. Keys at No. 44.1. Inspect th.is
JOS. A. DUFFY ft CO . 106 Chestnut St.
Telephone R 14IS. Main 2679A.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
AURERT Arcade. Corner Store. Euclid and
Suburban Ry. Goo-3 location for baker; rent
marked down. C W. Dames. 218 Wainwrigtit
FOR RENT lore roomi. ixv. e-JitaDie lor
any mercantile business or undertaklrx -part-raentj.
In Ue Soto, Slo. Apply J. v. i'eteri, t-
ICX,kij Ave., . jvajoininir iiol9 atc.
Roomy -tore: rent low; good bu-lr.es Iccatlon.
C V. latum a Wain right bulUlr.g.
I-V.CLEDE Ave.. S-'S. East of Vandeventer
Deep store, only J1S: irood location fur barbec,
etc C W. Rarnej. IIS Walna right building.
OrrldZ. Apply t uiT7 il-.Hsie. S Itls-curlST.
. 9 GRAND
-JeC C Rovnl Ar
S?.Jlv.. It rs. ftlen(
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ANCIENT KUEE AND
. CORNFRSTONB l-on-:!". NO. 223. A. 1.
f,J,ft A il. Regular m'etlng Mi ndjy c -en-7
X Inc. 7.-V l m., CXtotwr 1 .. Masonic Trm
'Vv lie. Grand and Flni.ey avenues. Wurk. ls-
itors are always welcome. ..
II. U ERMATINGER. W. M,
SI W Smith. Secritity.
GEORGE WASHINGTON LOPGE. NO.
9. A.. K. cl A. St.. will hold stlte.1 com
mnnlcntlon at 7'2A o'clock. Tuc-lny .ven-ts-
Act..lc "5 at Maonic Temtilc. ttrjr.il
and rmn.'T svenues. Work In I. C. degree Mem
Irfrj .-..meetly rntucsted to attvnd. Vlsttora ar
W. I REYNOLDS. JR.. W. AL
1 Fcnry Uhou. Secretary.
A GOOD HOPE IDGE. NO. fit. ,. 1.
vtiv.e ft .v. M stated eommunlcatl.,n tliNiSit
f inlnv) evening 7S o'clek. at lull N...
' TVll South I rosdnay. Work E A. .. grw.
Meml ers uikeil nn I vlsitirs r mil illv invitrdbj
b"t.rert. i: H CHRI-TIE, W. Jl.
!"livrS Rallain, Secret.iri
A MISSOURI IDGE. NO. 1. A. I ft A.
wV " S-t.H'M rr.m lunirstlon at Corinthian
7sT Hall. Grind Avenue JIaonlo Temple.
nr Tim 'Itv. Noveml r 1. nt 7 p m F
A ilegrre. Memi rs requited and visiting b-cth-r
fraterruilly lnvltd to attend
GREGORY S. SHLI.UR. W. M,
Jolin II Ieem. ecrtJy.
KNIGHTS OF FATHER M VTIIEw'.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNiGUTR OF
r-.lHsv M-tt!i.-.v OfllCA IS ll I.iN.tl.r
S'"sr""Iftre-t Eiecu'lve R ..rd mitts first
t icu tnira ".. v. in.
ii vr.ic.1. . ... vivvi i.
Suniemo Colef sir Knlclit,
Tho. S. ltawdern. SUbrems Itecorder.
Board of Education.
Ft. Lou!?. Octoler 13, lM.
Sealed F'ropof.-ili will lo received ut thfl
ev'IIre of trie Jlullillnc; Le:iartment, ItoarJ of
Education. Ninth and I-ocu-st streets, on nr
be fori) 3 o'clock p. m,. on tho "JOtti day ot
1. Lumber for I'ortaMo niilldltics.
Shingles for I'ortaWc IiiilliliiiKt.
S. Foundation Lumber for Portal.'.; Uulld
Inr;i. 1. MIH-eirk for Portable Rutldln".
C Hardware, for Portable UulldlnKS.
i Ironwork for Portalile Utiildlng-.
7. I'afntinj- and Glazlrff fur Portable
S. Heaters for Tortaljle BulMlngn
! Can Pixture for Jnckon lltillillns.
in Tallies for IIIkIi ScIiooI.
11 7Ias Cas-es for Illch Sehool.
.1 Mode! Cae for Putnner Hlcjh School.
17 Mpntml Tralnlns Room Case for Sum
ner Well School.
14. Sample Case for Boird of Education.
ir. portable Hlackboardt.
All bids dhnll bn sealed and Indorsed
"!t!d on and addresrd to VM. H.
ITTNEIt. Comm!-Ioner of School Build
ing, and bo denovlted In the bot In the
lobby of the RuIMIng Deriartmcnt on or be
fore the above date.
Kids Fhall be iicfomimnleil by Deposits ai
pet forth In specincatlon. No bid vlll be
entertalreel tiniet ncootnpanle.1 bv su-h de
ro"lt. All of such deiioslti lo bo in cah or
eerllRcd checks, made paable to the lioard
of Eliicatlnn of the City of St. I-ou'K which
amounts shnll bo dejioslted with the Secre
tary and Treasurer, who will deliver there
for a certificate thN certificate shall be in
closed In the envelope containing the bid.
No bids received can be withdrawn prior
lo the close of the regular meetlrj of the
Board of Education next succeeding the
eire-nlnc of the bids, a x-lo'ttlon of this pro
tlslon on the part of the bidder, or a fail
ure to comply with the nward made him,
shall forfeit to the Bonrd his deposit as
liquidated damages for his breach of con
tract. Tho Board reserves the rlRht to reject
nrv or nil bids.
Rpoelflratlons for tho above, work may be
vleved at the Bu'MInir Department, Board
of Elucallon. nt the :.later Builders' L"x
rranre nnd at the rooms of the BuUHntf
WM. B. ITT.VKK.
CommlsIo-er of School DuIMInca.
CORA VANDAGRAFT LOCATED.
Probablv Stolen by Falhor. Whose
Disguise Fooled TJ!m Wife.
Omal.a. Neb. Oct, 19 Little Cora Vanda
praft. v.-ho dlsapre-ared lat Saturday from
her Iionw, No. r0 Blaine ydreet. has been
locat.nl nt ColTcyvllIc. Kas., with her
father's people, and lier n.other tells a
strange ntory about the ?unos''l kldnap-Inr-
of the slrl.
, Mr: Harriet Vanda.raft believes rntr
tl..it Wr husband lived for a week la the
lKnrtiln!-houM on Blaine st-iHt. e-tiri'- at
th" sam tnbio with her, but wholly
rl'AiiRod In appovtrjiico by mtl!rn facial
surrjery. Pho Is con'.lnced that I 'red Miller,
whose name the nun ucd was her hus
band, havinr; foirt'd letters whl.'h referred
to proposeel tiperatlt g on the face, addressed
to it brother of hi- at Chicago. Vand.i
craft's nesn w.n retrou-: It Is now nc
qullltie. nnd, this feature chnnctd. Mrs.
Vniidjtrraft cays that n.iture did the r
bv jiutUnp; on his face a full bla 1: beard.
M.heii Cora dlsa'Teared Kred Miller left
"Of course, he rrmSntl'il me of my hus-bnr-1
a hundred times while he was In the
liotife." Bald Mrs. Vanilugnft. "I cauitht
mv'K'lf starlns at him and trylnr; to recon
cile him with tho father of m child, but a.
i;lnn:o at that prorlle Invariably convinced
me that I was mistaken '
Mrs. Vandagraft thinks hT husbind, J I.
J. Vanfiapratt. who deserted her wf.llu they
lit td at . hicuRO. has wme Kod re:uon for
chunjln bU irtonl apje-.irance.
V. M. I. CADETS DISMISSED.
Three Shidents I'ouiul Oiiiily of
Richmond. Va., Oct. 1?. Bradle-v T. John
son. Jr., crnnd-on of Oencral Bradley T.
Ji.hnson of Vlrslnla; J. It, Scheioineld. son
ot tho Beverend J. E. Schoollleld. of Dtn
H'.e, Va., formerly a wtll-know n banker
and now nn evan.ilNt, and A. Julian
Cl.Inn. a nephew of Colonel Jack C'hlnn of
Kentucky, liavo bren dismissed from the
Yirclnia Military Institute Icr hazln?.
Thro has been treat trouble at tho In
wtlttitc on account of li.t-lnir. A year or two
a-o th" whole senior class was temporarily
suf ptnded for thli oITense, anJ on i;radu
tlon il.iv the hoiiora were not v-blicly
u zt.vy -.' V. tect.L-krt';-Q5
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
Iivsents in the most acceptable form
the laxative principles ofplants
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANF'D. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO.
SAN rRANCISCO. CA-.
lOUISVlUE , KY. NEW YORK. H.Y.
for site fy druffUtj - priet SO per Icttlr.
irtwf'V'VJ.-'f.- s.,- i'F jf-Lv-.v:''
SCORES MBS. GREEN,
Rays She Greatly Profits by lier
.Xiiiiieroiis Loans to
ASKS A PORTION RETURNED.
Sups-ests the Wealthy New York
Woman AM. With the Interest
Jloney, Worthy, Unselfish
Chlcaco. ill.. Oct. 19. Bishop Vallnws of
St. Paul's Beformod Eplcoiial church. Chl
casu, has written nn open letter to Mrs.
Hetty (Srern In New York, tmkliis prime
Etrihlnp; sutrKostlons toucblntr the dlstr'bii
tlon of that ltdy's wealth. In a recent sym-po-Ium
on this subject It was devedoped
that Mrs. Green had loaned somethinrj lika
JI.'XP.O'Xl to 31 churches scattered over the.
country In amounts ranglne from I'.OOO to
"On some of tlice loarus." BKhop Fallows
writes, "you obtained 7 per cent, hut on
most of them C per rent. If C per o nt bo
considered the average rate jou woulc re
ceive. If all the loans were In force. JZTO.'tO
a year. Durlnrr tiro last twelve years yoil
would have receive 1 nearly J3..'W) to add
to jour principal. Compounding this amount
alone, or Investing It as you so well know
how to Invest It. you could soon l-eome.
with jour habits of economy, the richest
woman In Ihe eot.ntrj'. But this Is a small
part onlj' of j'our holdings.
"Now. connected with thee 500 churches
there are at least lCsCufl women, who ar
directly Interested In tho raising of the
money to meet tho Interest year by j-ear
and tho principal when It becomes due.
These women aro amonr; the noblest, most
devoted, most self-sacrlflcin of their sex
to b. found on the earth. Thej- are tho
highest tJT of American womanhood.
I'linrlOiih Chnrt'li Murer.
rnseltWhly. unwearltdlj-. without com-rer-satlon,
they labor for the Kood of tho
community, through their guilds associa
tions, .societies and the like. Many ot thtm
have to earn their own Ilvlni durlnc tho
working hours or the day. Many have ab
kotbins domestic cans. But nothing stands
In the way of their service to the Church of
Uod and the c.iuto of hum-tilty.
"They will como togethtr for tewing, for
consultation uion festivals and fairs, spend
ing auxloui. hours. In deliberations upou lhi
tune, place and methods of holding them.
Thej' will ko from hou?o to house hollcit
Ing contributions. They will serve at the
tables, lle.duch.i and backaches they will
enduro us umrtjrs. All this they do and
bear voluntarily, that thej- maj- bo ablo
to met the Unanclal obligations they hvo
of their own account chosen to os-uiuo.
"Tutto uro Uie women that. I wish to com
n.rnd to jour eaniost, loving consideration.
If vou could send your chock to tho treas
urer of tlie.r repcctlvo societies for even a
small amount of the Interest paid you serui-aiinuallj-,
with piovcrbUl resuUtity, jou
cannot appreciate tho gratitude with wldch
it would bo received or tho stimulu to
further efforts which It would Impart. It is
a glorious piivllcge that j'ou havo to bo abio
to cumo ii.tu this desirable relation with a
multitude of such women.
I'lun lo Aid Women.
"In one imtiice a woman with two youn,
daughters were left destitute by a scoundrW
1), drunken husband, who left for parts un
known, the took up tho burden &u cruelly
devolved upon ner, and b' washing and te.v
iiitr. with Htllo Ununcial taiiuv, kept
tho homo intact, blie, too, w advised to
scud her daughters at an early ugo to a
ik-IMrUuent store, but EU-aJtiy rcfu.-cd.
Thej' attended tho common te'hool. w-nt
turoiisli .t buslIK-us college, became eiptrt
blenobraphers, aiiel low cumionutilj" j-up-port
nitir i.iut.ur lu hvr UeLitulug your-i.
voula ll not hv a source ot buprtiinu satis
faitiou to jou to help in sucii nti ices.'
"Would it be 0Jt cf place for me to
ask jou to ru.nsideT the advisability of
seiidtiii: lo each of tho clergymen connected
ttlUi the eutitirtg.ittons v.num juu have
beuellleU lu tho vvaj' ot loar, jU or luU
tuiiiuuilj, to be cijuursod lor the wtllare
of i.eeuy. wortnj' woiuca.' Trej' would giail
1 be jour tilmuiieri. and tend jou u b..ite
mcul of the manner in which the tnuiiej
r.wl been e'Apcudcd. The Roman Seneca
" 'i iiiirbess nothing .- completely as that
v. hleli 1 nave Kivi.li uway. i.atcVtr 1 ha.o
lini-irud i sttll poes. 'lncsu riches re
main with me. through ull the vicUslluut
This Is a Ecntimoat worthy of every
follutvtr of Mini, who, fcr our sakes. be
came poor, that through his poverty ue
might tie made rich.'"
l.is'iop luliows's letter was drawn forth
bj- Mrs. liretii's sttlement that she never
rntKed iudivldu.il upplicatloni for asslit--nce.
Vnshinston. Oct- 13. Forcta.i:
lllluvis tnlr atutlay; .arat la Mutl-rn por
tion. buuUaj, c-:uiaiiy Iai. except inis.M
it in In i.u.ui.e.tt i-vtruon; Liisk tuuth.ait riy
lkiuhotiia. Indian Territory n,nd Arkansas
Fair baiuiaar -ia Mnay. t-u'ithcriy wtn.
Jon a uai illtfvui i i air & turUiy ; probabtjr
rain ana cooler buautay; cotlvr suuUitrAaUrly
Nttrafcl:- Italn ana cooler, except in southeast
ern portion haturaay; feunJa, tv.asionaI rains,
wtth CwUtr In n-uuitast portlun; caiueast.rly
v.iu'li t-n-t-unjut; noixt..estt.rIy.
Kunsas rububly rain aji cco.er In wratern
T-rtton tiaiurJa. Sunday, fair in wesw-rn, rain
kiivl ctoier in westtrn portion; feuutbeustetly
Bt. Louht, rrlday. Oct. Ii, U00.
6:1 . ra. p. r.
'1 e.i rature. lerec
liltftcilori of wind ....
Yilucly or wtn
V. falt.r at C3 a. m.. clear: e) . m.. clear.
Maximum tm-peruiura. 'b; xnlriruuis teoipeia
tuie. M. It. J. HYATT.
Ixcal Forecast Ortldul.
Drpartnyct if Acrlcultur. '.Veathr Bureau
Metv-uroivelcsl ottivauons received t bt. Ixiu's
ect.-ir Vj. IVA. at - p. m.. loco time and S p.
in. rvt:nljlllth ruenuian time. oLsivatlonn taK
cn nt the untie mcmeal cf time at all station.
Sutler.. I Mr. liar. Tp-VllTo. Weather
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l'tUUdfli'Ma N :. CO ! .... Clear
. ahuiiloii N S0. 4v- .... Clair
1 Z.K.TMK .N'K S0.lt IA H .... C.car
I elrlotte Ni: 29.1 Co 73 .... Clear
Jacksonville .NLT I'j.'i eg ? .... u!cr
l Atlanta t ZJ.02 i 75 .... CU-ur
iiortsomtry NV" .wj 7u bJ .... Clear
Ylckvburg NU 3j.tn 6S Clotldy
.-vy e. uu ...x. wj.vu ' - v.ouay
1-ttie ltue-K 3 VU.W A 7t .... Clbuar
;.uv-t,.i : K 71 7S .... fair
lauitlue 12 .ln 711 7a .l3 Cluuily
Sleinths .: S Z0.IA CI Ts .... Cloudr
r.'jmivlll9 N VJ.vi ii 7 .... Clear
Cliottarcosa N So.On 61 7- .... Clear
llzvli:e -NL1 3-J..I 7 .... Clear
lrdlanapiJls N 10 0 K 70 .... ci-tr
Cii.cinn.ul K 20.10 ez CJ .... clear
rittsburr; KE .1S S3 is .... Clear
lrkerslurif N Si.li U 1.1 .... Clear
IS-llTalo Ni: S0.Z3 Si 48 .... Oar
Cle. eland Ni: tl.is H a .... cie.r
Ota. d Haven 17 21.10 t &1 .... O-ar
Marqi.ette S 2. M M .... Clear
ClucuKo hi: .; ,) dt .... Clear
D-iluth XE M.0 ES U .... Fair
Davenport SK ViSA Kl 74 .... Clear
Dubuqt. Mt: S r.l CI .... Clear
M. 1'aul ."it: 19.73 ti 7Z .... Kalr
Ii Molnca HW . 74 .... Clear
ft. Louis S M.eo ti 76 .... Clear
S-pr nsfield. Ill S J0.02 64 74 .... Clear
Cairo a SO.Ot a 72 .... ralr
SprlncfeM. Mo SB .4 64 72 .... c.car
KaBNLM City Si: .J2 C6 72 .... Clar
Omaha SH 2J.78 6 74 .... Clear
JIurcJi SB n.S Ci n .... clear
IiUrnairlc Ni: 2) 4 i. 74 .... Citar
yAppell9 S 29 SI M 64 .... Katr
i-ainary PV .li) 45 II .... Talr
Havre SR Ti 68 71 .... Clear
Helena N 2?.4i 4S c .02 ClouJr
Itapl.i Citr s -'.2 " 75 .... rair
North Platte PR 25.64 68 7 .... near
ljerJer NW r3. ' Itain
1ie7-nne "4 ii ii CK n .... Cloudr
Penv-r NT. r W 71 .... Clotxly
l'U-blo W E.M 6 7 .... C'loudv-
J)oJce City SK 23.72 C4 7 .... Cl'ar
Oklatema C 2." .... ''lear
CtruoMIa S 2J.V) 74 .... Kilr
KJ I'aso W -1 7S .... Clear
Ablleiw S S.S0 61 72 .... Clear
Amar-llo .( 6 1 .... Clar
Oran Jurctlon S 29.72 72 .... Cloudy
Salt lke S 2S.M 6) .C2 Cloudy
Sarta Fe SW 73.S0 5 62 .... cloujy
Indicates preclpltatlcn trprreclable.
Tt. J. HYATT.
Ideal Forecast Official.
Board of Public ImproYsmenls.
St. Iiu!. October 1C VA.
Tho Eoaril met at 10 o'clock a. m.
l'lLLOiit Comralis.orn.rs Varrelmann.
FIj.l. Herniatm. ltla(.ly anJ Alt and l'res
tili nt .MeMatiu , ,.
l"ho rt-conln of the mectlr.s of October 1
Vh tverd re.vl. appro veil an J signed.
Tnn action of the Tresiileiit In Issuing
sundri' permits was itppruved.
Sundry rtpair requisitions were approvcl-
Tho Mvver Comratsiioner submitted pl.ins
for pnvuto hewtrs to dr.i.n prtmh-efa la Uty
block No. ZV." u.-iil thiy were referred to
the Coinmttee on Seucr Department.
Thu Cotnnilttie on Street Department re
tunii.il tho follow Ins ilwuments vlta ri.
P&rt in cueh caso 113 hereinafter written,
and in tach cae the document vvas lued
and the nuttir ibciiin nimtd was referred
to the Commutes 011 Street Department, to
wit: . . .
Kemonstranee of D..M. I'rost et al. agalnvt
rtiuitetnietlni; alley In ci' block So. U.
under V -id's nuitlun No. &r.l.
"Ut'SiH-LtfulIy rcturnvl to the lioard with
relorl that tl.o ovw.ers of a niajor pirt ot
thu proiwrty on the line of the proposed re
construction that ii to ray " 1-1' per cent
vf tho prcpirty remonstratu against the
Remonstrance of John OT. Delaney ft aj.
against reconstructing alley In city blocK
No. 1C under Hoard's mot-on No. "
"lUspectfully rcturntd to the Hoard wltn
report that the owners of a minor part of
the property on the Hue of the propoid re
construction that is to Eay 43 per cent of
taid property rcmonalrato against the
Kemonstranee of James M. Carpenter et
al. against r?eor.structlnt: north and soutlt
alley in city block No. -l. under Hoards
motion No. &'&
"Hesptctfully returned to the Board viltn
report that tho owners or a major part of
tho proiierty on the line of the proposed rc-conslructlon-that
Is to fcay OJ 3-10 Per cent
of said property remonstrate against tne
same; and also 31 per cent of less-csf re
monstrate against said reconstruction.
Itemonstrance of Samuel H. Leathe et al.
against reconstructing alley in city block
No. 444. under Board's motion No. .
"Respectfully returned to the Board wltn
report that tho owners of a major part of
tho property on the lino of the proposed re-constructlon-that
Is to tay M per cent of
said property remonstrate against tho
'itemonstrance of John YV. O'Connell et al.
against re-cor.structlnc alley in city block
No. -SSI. under Hoard's motion No. -.
"Respectfully returned to the Board wltn
report? that tho owners of a major part or
tho prep, rty on the line of the proposed re-construction-that
Is to say 65 4-10 per cent
of said property remonstrate against the
s-ame; ami al?o 7 1-10 per cent of lessees re
monstrate against said reconstruction.
RemonJtrarce of William F. Stein et nt.
against reconstructing east and west alia
In citv block No. &, under Board's motion
"Respectfully returned to th Board wltn
report that tho owners of a major part of
tho property on the line of tho proposed re
constructionthat is to say S7 S-10 per cent
of said property-remonstrate n-ramst th
same: and .ilso 15 G-l" rer c-nt of lessees
remonstrate against said reconstruction.
Remonslranco or Bridget A. Klrhy et al.
ngalnst reconstructlntr rorth ami routh al
ley In city block No. 313 under Boards
motion No. CC73. . ...
"Itcspectfully returned to the Board with
report that tho owners of a major part or
tho property on tho line of the proposed re
construction that Is to say C2 3-10 pT cent
of said property remonstrate against the
Remor.rtrance of Bridget A. Klrby rtal
against reconstructing cast nnd west alley
In clt block No. 1313. under Board's motion
"hes'pectfullv returned to the Board with
report that tho owners of a mijor part of
tho property on the line of the proposed re
constructionthat is to say GO C-10 per cent
of a!d property rernosstrato aga!nt the
"" Remonstrance of Iiorenz WHbelm et al.
ngalnst reconstructing allev in cltv-lilock
No. 3? under Board's motion No. TS0.
"Bespectfully returned to the Board with
report that the owners of a major part of
the property on the Hn of the nr-.rw'a re
constructionthat Is to say E0 &-10 per cent
of raid rroperty remonstrate against the
'The' Committer on Street Department sub
mitted tho following reixirta. which were
approved, nnd In each case the matter
named was referred to tho Committee on
Street Department, to wit:
St. Iyjuls. October 15. 1D-V).
Honorable Boird of IMbUc Improvements:
Gentlerpen In the matter of oral romon
utranco of Anton Nl'T. eyr against Board a
tnotlnn No. rC7. fur reconstni"tinc southern
north and south alley In city bloc No. S.l.
from Dorcas rtreet northwardly to east and
west alley In said block and btween Broad
way nnd Seventh stteet. your committed
hate tho honor to report that the owr of
a minor rart "f the profe'ty on the line
of tb" proposed reconstruction that Is to
s-iy SO per cent of said property remon
strate asn't tho same
F. 1 RIDGKUY.
ROBT. E. ilcJTATIT
St. Trills. Octolier V 1W.
ITnnnnibl4 Bo.ird or I'ubllo Improvements:
(!entlcmtn In the matter of oral remon
stranee of Jlrs. Kate Cumlskey ngalnst
Itnaru's motion No. K7I. for rcronstructinir
alley In cltv block No. 1111. from Bltlr nve
ntio to rifteenth street nnd between Mon
roe street and North Market street, your
committer hnve the honor to report that the
owner" 0f a minor pnrt of the property on
the lino of ti proposed reconstruction
that is to kit 12 1-2 ptr cent of said "prop
ertyremonstrate against th same.
V. T Rinr.ET.T.
ROBT. E. McMATH.
Sundrj reijulsltlons for the Oty IJghtlnr
D'-rnrtmT.t were approved.
The following document wan read nnd It
was ordered that It lv filed with the Super
Tlsor of City IJshtlng:
St. Louis. October 10. 15ln.
Mr. A. J. O'Reilly. Supervisor of City
Dear Fir In nrcordine with the terms of
Contract No. f.VXt. we lieg Ieaye to herewith
suhmlt to vott our report, ns follows:
On the 3th Innt. we had IIghtI 3.71C lights
ard will continue lighting same, adding
thereto dally. On the 10th lnst. we had
ereeted In addition to fi" lamps l'ghtcd.
2.0V) pests and connected to the gas mains;
nlo 2.273 r"3ts erected to attach the rrnph
W'f nre proceeding Tlgorou.sly to carry
out the term of tho contract In such a
mtnner that we will b enabled to fulflll
all the refiulrements thereof.
Yours very truly.
WnLSRACH STRKKT IGHTTNO COM-
IANY OF AMERICA.
rer Dan'I J. Prendergast. Gcn'l Supt.
October 1C 1V
Respectfully forwarded to the Board of
rubllc Improvements for Us Information.
(Slgn-J) A. J- O'REILLY.
Supervisor or City Lighting.
Tho following document was referred to
the Committee on Street Department:
Remonstrance signed by August Feld
mann et al. against reconstructing alley In
city Mock No. 1415 as contemplated under
Ultra's motion No. K77.
Th following documents were referred to
the Special Committee on City Lighting:
Communication from Supervisor of City
Lighting reporting failure of contractor
under Contract No. "CSS to light the arc
lamps at the hour specified In Section 1 of
Communication from Missouri-Edison
Electric Company relative to nervice to tho
city during the month of August. UKJO, un
der contracts Nns. KSZ. 533 and 5.
Petition No. 7935. For water pipe on GU
moro avenue from Theodore avenue 200 feet
west was referred to the Water Commis
Recers till II o clock m.
After recess tho Board met at 12 o'clock
i'resent Commissioners Varrelmann,
Flad. Hermann. Rldgely and Alt and Pres
The following bids for public work were
rceivcd and publicly opened and read, l:
"Under letting No. K. Five- bids.
All or which were rererred to the Commit
tee on Water Department.
The Joint Committee consisting of the
Committee on Street Department and the
Special Committee on City Lighting sub
mitted the following report:
Bt. Louis. October ML OWL
Honorable Board of Public Improvements;
Gentlemen Your Joint Committee consist
ing of the Co'iimlttte on Street Department
iind the bpeci.il C mmlttee on City Lighting
to whom was referred communication and
pUn of extending the pipes of the St. Louis
Refrigerating and Cold Storage Company
or August ISth. 1U.0. resp.'ctfully return the
same with recommendation that ths same
hk. approved conditionally: that on the com
pletion or the work contemplated the said
St. Louli Refrigerating and Cold Storagu
Company fit" a plan showing In detail the
location or their conduit and the profile of
Your committee further recommends that
the Superviror of City Ughtiu be and Is
hreliy instructed to look after the work
o' installing tho said conduit and pipes.
(Signed) CHAS. VAHRCLMANr.
K. A. HERMANN.
I. L. R1DGELV.
ROUT. I McMATH.
On motion it was ordered as rccoms
Secretary Pro Tern.
Olllce of the President of the
Board of Public Improvement?.
St. Louis. October 11. 1SW.
Tublle notice is hereby given that tha
Board of Public Improvements will hold a
ie.'al meeting at the hour of 10 a, m. of
2ND DAY Or NOVEMBER. 1D00.
at Its dtlce. Room r"0. In the New City
Hull, for the purpose of considering tha
matters hereinafter named, to wit:
No. VSZ Petition No. 7"W. For Improve
ment of till.ys in e'ty block No. H24. be
tween "omrton avenue Virginia avenue.
Magnolia avcrue ar.d Sidney street.
No. VVi. petition No. 7t2. For improve
ment of Juniata street between Gustino
avenue and Russell place.
No. Z7t. Petition No. 771)1. For Improve
ment or alky I" city bloek No. 2032. from
California avenue to Nebraska avenue and
b'tneen Victor street and Shenandoah ave
nue. No. Z1F&. ivtitlon No. 7703. Fcr Improve
ment of eastern rorth and south alley In
city block No. 3721. from Lucky street to
""ofe Hrlll'ante avenue and one hundred
and sixty-seven feet nnd four inches west
or ami ptrallel to Tavlor avenue
No. ,. Petition No. 7707. For Improve
ment of alley In city Mock No. 1519. from
Cherokee street to Utah street and between
Jennson avenue and Texas avenue.
No. 5Cb7. Petition No. 7700. For Improve
ment of north and south alley In city blocft
No. 122S. from Bremen avenue northwardly
to northern eat and west alley In said block
and between Nineteenth street and Twen
No. 5CSS. Petition No. 7710. For improve
ment of Iowa avenue between North Gas
conade street and Keokuk street.
No. 5CSJ. Petition No. 7711. For Improve
ment of alleys In city block No. 37X5. be
tween Vandeventer avenue. Sarah street.
Evans avenue ar.d Easton avenue.
No. sn. Petition No. 7714. For Improve
ment of Pleasant street between Bailey ave
nue and Kor.uth avenue.
No. COI. Petition No. 771. For Improve
ment of St. Ferdinand avenue between
Prairie avenue and Vandeventer avenue.
No. C.73 Petition No. 772 For Improve
ment of Blaekstone avenue between Etzel
avenue and Eaton avenue.
No. VS3. Petition No. 7725. For Improve
ment of Nebraska nvenue between Potomaa
street and Cherokee street.
No. C. Petition No. 772S. For improve
ment of Chlprena street between Nebraska
avenue and Grnr.d avenue.
No. 703. Petition No. 7725. For improve
ment of alleys In city block No. 147L be
tween Nebraska avenue. Pennsylvania ave
nue. Juniata street nnd Arser.nl street.
No. t& Petition No. 77. For Improve
ment of alley In citv block No. 3253. from,
Ca-er avenue to Flor'ssant avenue and
between Prairie avenue and De Soto avenue-No.
5T57 I'etlt'on No. 7712. For Improve
ment of Tower Grove avenue between Race
Course avenue ard Manchester avenue.
No. HSS. Petition No. 7750. Tor Improve
ment of B-lt avenue between Page boule
vard ard Eiston avenue.
No. DW Petition No. 7752. For Improve
ment of alley In city block No. 759. from
Shenandoah avenue to Ann avenue and be
tween Eleventh street and Twelfth street.
No. D7W IVtitlon No. 7752. For improve
ment of Oregon avenue rrom Sidney street
southwardly as far as open, a distance of
aW'Ut six h'indred ard forty-seven feet.
No. 5701. Petition No. 7751. Fcr Improve
ment of alley in city block No. 45"6 from
Sarah street to Whlttier street and be
tween West Belle place and Fairfax ave
nue. No. 57 Pet'tlon No 7768. For improve
ment of alley in city block No. 5152. front
Klngshlshway boulevard to Academy ave
nue and between Vernon avenue and Maple
No. 570C Petition No. 7771. For Improve
ment of Wyoming street between Thlr
tcenth street nnd Lcmp avenue.
No. 5701. Petition No. 7777. For Improve
ment of Winnebago street between Comp
ton avenue and Grand avenue.
No. 5703. Petition No. 77S7. For Improves
ment of Henrietta street between PencsyN
var.ia avenue and Corn ptnn avenue.
No. 57'K Petition No. 7710. For Improve
ment of north and south alley In city bloclt
No. 3751. from Morgan street northwardly
to east and west alley In stld block and on
hundred nnd flftr feet west of and parallel
to Vandeventer nvenue.
No. E7'J7. Petition No. TTSI. For Improves
ment of Callfnrrla avenue between Arse
ncl strft and Magnolia avenue.
No. 57i'S. Petition No. 7753. For Improve.
mnt of Bltlne nvenue between Klemm
street nrd Tower Grove avenue.
No. CTng. Petition No. 7731. For Improve,
ment of Allen nvenue between Nebraska
nvenue and a point about two hundred and
seventy-eight feet west of the west line
cf Iincfellow boulevard.
No. 5710. Petition No. 77M. For Improve
ment of all.y In citv block No. 2354. from
Penrose street to Carter avenue and be.
tween Prairie nvenue nnd De Soto avenue.
No. 5711. Petition No. 7?f For lmrrove.
mtnt of alley In city block No. 2320. from
North Market street southwardly to east
and west alley In said block nnd between
Rauschenbach avenue and Twenty-second
No. 5711 retitVm No. 7S0I. For Improve,
ment of wertern half of etst and west alley
In city block No. 1711. from Twenty-fifth
street eaKtwardly to north and south alley
In said bloek nnd between Malllnckrodt
street nnd Stll'hury street.
No. 5713. Petition No. 7S12. For Improve,
ment of Palm street between Jefferson ave
nn and GIngo avenue.
No. 5714 Fe'ltlnn No. 7S1". For b prove
ment of Nineteenth street between Madison
street and North Market "treet.
No. 5715. Petition No. 78KS. For Improve
ment of north nnd south alley In city Mode
No. S50. from Lvnch street northwardly to
east and west alley In sa'd block and
tween Broadway and Seventh street.
No. 5718. Petition No. 7311. For Improv
ment of alley In citr block No. 3919 east,
from Vandeventer avenue esstw.trdlv a- far
os open, a dlsttnce of about eight hundred
end eighty feet, and between Forest Park
bottlevnrd ard Laclede avenue.
No. 717. Tetltion No. 729. For lmprc e
ment of Forest Park boulevard between
Vandeventer nTcnite and Boyle avenue.
No. C71S Board's motion. For Improve,
ment of alley n city block No. R1B1B. from
KIngshlghway botilevtrd to Lake avenue
and between proposed Westminster place
and Wsshlncton boulevard.
No. 5715 Board's motion. For Improve
ment of alley In city Mock No. EflWA. from
Lake nTenu" to Union boulevard nnd be
tween Wtshlngton boulevard nnd Delmar
No 5720. Board's motion. For Improve
ment or allev In city block No. RO'lA. from
Klngshlghwty boulevard to Lake avenue
and between Washington boulevard and
No. 5721. Botrd's motion. For Improve
ment or alley In city block No. dCTB. from
Tvtke nvenue to I'nlnn boulevard and be
tween propod Westminster place and
All citizens Interested In any of the mat
ters above named are requested to attend.
By order of the Board.
nOBT. E. McMATH.
Secretary Pro Tern. - . -
A PERMANENT CURE
of the most obstinate cases guaranteed
la r rota 3 to 6 da 7s ; no other treatment
reqo'rcd. Sold by ell druggists.
Big CI for tonnfttu-tf
diicli a ncMjnflftxn matloni,
irritation- or nfcoratloBa
f mucous membruiM.
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