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THE EEPUBLIO: SATURDAY, MAT 17. 1902.
BOOMS FOIl IlETT.
ALL. parties looking for nice etnple room". $125
eck uk can Hid desirable acctiixiuiodatlonB at
White House. south-Rest corner Niith and Pine.
BL.rMoV Ae, 1131 Three rooms, furnished cr
I IILX Ae . 4 Nv.k ft- xdh! Iront xocms,
)T 'i c-ul sout ira x nJi rtnc lcr fcurnrrer.
hot Uith. three car lint.. ivOsant ard.
intOAirUAY, ik; and ir X M "The nest."
twnt rooms, $c. ten rooms, c, ten room. "50c
BROADWAY, 3X S Xlcelv furnished room.
corrplete for Upht houekeepms. to respectable
couple; rooms for cental emen
KROADWAT 1629 S Two newlv furnlhed
connective rooms for hoUM-Hfcepinff, JJ3, ul-o hall
room, other rooms, for sentlemfen. oc. 1. tl 2-
CAS Ao. 2S13 Lame rxtn, lumished or un-
furnished gas rangi. bath lxundry
firESTJiT St . 11JSV Mcelr furnished first
and back rooms for gentlemen or light hojte
keeptog; cheaj rent
CHOUTEAt Ave . 1221 Nicely furniheC front
raxa for sestlemen; gas and bath, private Cer
"""CHOUTEAU Ae., lKWNlcelj- Xarntshed second-floor
front room. Trlth bath, gas and all con
venience. 2t X"r week.
"CHOUTEAU Ac. T-arne southern exposure
room, also large front room, two clothes closets;
bath ml table for gentlemen. $1 per -eek up
COMPTON Ae 1115 N ITont and adjoining
rooms, furnished ccmplet for houitke-ptng or
gentlemen , hot bath, $w 310
COOlv Ave S715 Two connccUng rooms lor
light housekeeping iai
DAYTON Pt. 2S
Two cicely furnished rooms
"DAYTON bt . 2S--Iirj:e frort room nicely
furnished In small far 11 : gas. ra'tatole for three
or four oung men ur itaboiabu
"DICKSON St . 2950-Two connecting rocms ;
southern exposure, for couple, without houas
keepinj EIGHTH St 1MV4 N Newlj rum'shed roome;
fre bath. hi and cold water. French restau
rant la connection.
KS: S Keatlj- rumlshed
EIOHTEENTH St.. T1S N Xlcely furnished
rooms for centlemen. Si per wfK and up. alo
ether rnrn tor hout-e keeping, reaaonabie
ELEVEXTH bt.. 2100 N Furnished secotid
Ooor tiall room, private famllj . II per wek
ECGENIA J-u. S'SJ-Seccrid floor. connectinB.
furnished tor houfei-eeping. ua ctoie. hot water
EVAN'S Ae 3S4' N!eel furnished rim for
croUemen. in prlrate familv. all conv enl-re-s.
nFTnENTirSt.. ll! N (Cam-n-ror-y front
sua other rooms, nlceu fu-nlsh-d: bath. cas.
etc.; 11.60 week and up. aulet. reputable.
FESXET Ave.. SSitA Klcely furnished front
room, eoutltern exposore, private family
rooms tor icentlemen
35 S Neatly furnlshed
GARRISON Ae . 716 N Htndeonwlr fur
nSataed rocms; new, modern, iea5ccabe, aio
GRAND Ave . 2595 N New and neatly fur
rished rocms. private family, bath. conenient
10 oall parU and Fair Grounds
"GRAND Are . 2 N..Ncrtheast Corner J-afJ
Large, cool front roomt.. second ard thira
door, rttfftntly furnished, southern gYp-ure
LAFAVRTTE Ave,, -SQ2 Nicely connecting
front rooms, excencut locauon
LArATETTE A"ve. 2J02 Opp P-rk-Ele-(UKQt
: tecond-story fro t ani connecting rooms.
Southern exposure gentlemen or faou-ekeeplas.
large infra.-bed parlor.
LA HALLE St.. 1905 Nicelv furnl-hed eecond
etory room, private famib , bath, all conveni
LA SALLE Et, l13 Four -ecnd-sto- front
end otter rooms southern posure, bath, all
modern convenience reasonable
LAWTON IT29 Hocnis and coaiected rooms
for light hocekeepia. JtS and J3. soutliern ex
posure IAWTON Ae 2931 Two thlrd-f.oor room
fumlhed or unfurnished, soutliern exposure, all
modern convenience b.
LWTON Av-e . 312, Conner Cardlnal-On-"
jleasant ftirnled "front room fo BrothLrt-ood
men, rent reasonable
"LAWTON" Ave 202 Nice cleaJi llght-hoje-kptng
rooms, evervtbtrg complete; closets, run
ning water, all conveniences
LAWTON Ave . 2313 Two large cocl, connect
ing rooms, complete for housekeeping, bath, all
conveniences, very rtaoiable
LAWTON Ave.. 300T Nicelj furnished double
par'ors for gentltmen or couple; or will tent fcr
llcht housekeeping to gi-od parties, nice ard
LAWTON Ave.. SI14 Second -floor front, airy
room, also otter roum newl papered aid fur
ntsh3. modern emv enitncxd , screens throughout,
reasonable ref cn-iice
LEONARD Ave. M7 N Front and concect
iag rooms, cond floor, nicelj furnished, for
gentlemen gas hot batu.
LOCUST St. 20X' Newl fcrnithed rooms, gas
and bath reasonable
LOCCST St 2311 Furnished room, light house
keeping or sleeping room, all convcn'enccs
IXKTUST St . 8QK Desirable ronmi large anJ
siry, first-class accommodations larj iawn
"lXCUST St 3023 fTh" PennsvlanUL Rocms
nre cool, evexj thing rew , large lawn, terms rea
sonable. LOCCST St , 220 Second -floe- outhat room,
rrlvate bath, corner house lawn; five blocks to
Union Ptatictt. transient accommodated
LOCUST hi . 261 Lnrge. beautifully and new
ly furnished room, with hot and cold water In
room, pectletnen onlj . all modern conveniences
LOCUST St , 2712 Brand new and elegantly
furnished porcelain bath and all conveniences;
to see rooms is to appreciate them, rent reafon
able. LOCUST St. 2S13V-Ne lv and nleelv Tz
rlshed third 1'ocr front southern exposure and
cool, fcr housekeeping, alto single rooni. reason
gble. LUCAS Avc 302( Nicelj furnished rocm. all
LVCAS ve 41fi fThe Inj Rims n'gltly, 16;
to 25c. weekly tl to II v tiMhi fre lust
areTie-i nv ee--fhlrr new nn1 "mt-clae
MANCHESTER Ave 2313 Nicely furnished
recond-storj. front room, southern exposure,
bath, J2.50 per week for two or four gentlcn-en.
MARKET St.. 410-12 (Near Hroadwa) Nicely
funUshed rooms, large and light. 2oc Sac, 50c p-r
day; neekly rates correspond, for gentlemen tnly
ilISSIfcSIIPl"Ave 1211 For light housekeep
ing, three connecting rooms, nicely furnished.
every convenience, very desirable, reasonable
MISSOURI Ave . lGl-New and elegantly fur
nished rocms, with hot and coid baths, on sec
end floor tirst-clasa strvice guaranteed, for gen
MONTGOMERY StT. 222-Two roo-rs and
kitchen, upstairs, quiet placo fcr sm,all family
MORGAN St., 3026 Large room, with alcove;
near three good car lines. 51 p)
MORGAN St.. 163 Neatlj furnished first-floor
frort rocm for gents 51 75 and up also other
rooms for lirht housek epine. centrallj located.
MORGAN. 2S47 (Mozart Flat) Two nicely fur
nished cennectine rooms for housekeeping, also
nicely furnishe-d toom lor gentlemen c couple
MOHIUbON Ae K)2--Nicelj furnished front
room, second floor, with alcoe, suitable for two
gentlemen, with or without board
OLIVE SL. SUA-Three unfurnished rooms,
OLIVE SL. 1I2S Newlv furnished front room,
1Z per weeb. also rooms for Housekeeping
OLIVE St, 3241A Two larRc, alrj connecting
rooms, house new) furclfhed, oath, reabouable
OLIVE SL, 2117 Nice, large room, tirst floor;
clfo other rooms; hot bath, four blocks to Union
OLIVE Su. 34CL Entrance on Thlrtv-fourth st
Two or three connecting rooms, unfurnished, no
OLIVE Stt . 271? Two second-story front
rooms for housekeeping, unfurnished, to respecta
OLIVE SL, 2917 Nicely furnished second-story
room, with nil conveniences, three blocks to
OLIVE SL. 1512 Nicely furnished rooms, for
I'ght housekeeping, also rooms for strangers com
ing to city, reasonable rates
OLIVE SL. 2130 Nicely furnished secoid-floor
front room suitable for couple or two gentle
men; corner house, southern exposure
"OLIVE SL. 341 Nicely furnished front ro-rna
en first and tecond floors, southern exposure,
other roomn, complete tor housekeeping, rtasona
Us. OLTVE. 2S41 Newly furnished front parlor;
also nicely furnished third-floor front soJthcrn
exposure, all conveniences good board If de
sired 7: r: I
Opnopite Exposition I
OLTVE St . 131S-1223.
N'ewlr. clepantly furnihed front and rearpar-
lor. hall room; hot bath, filters, screens, wel-
bach lights. j
OLnn St.. 2S23 Large, beautiful second-floor
front with alrme. also third-floor front, southern
eipoeur1, complete for housekeeping, other nice
rooms, good board
OlXVn St.. 14HV-Newlr furnIshNl room, day rr
wee., filtered vater first, tecono and third floor;
prices tight. Call and iee tn-m to-Jay
OLTVC St.. C212 Iieaullful front and connect
ing parlor; alo larse. completely furnished rooms
for nousekeeplnc and tingle rooms, all conven
iences. TAGD Boulevard. A2Z& Four nlcelv furnished
momF, flrst flGor, two tn eecond, al. for light
housekeeplzis; cosiest, nicest place in citj.
TARD Boulevard, S544, Near Grand Two new
ly furnlsr-ed front room, witli hot bat paf,
screens, etc.; vith c without board; reasonable.
PAPIX St.. 141R-Two connecU-jg second-.loor
rooms for light nousrkeepinff; $2.50 week, ul&o ,
rtthr nv)m bfllh '
other rooms, bath.
PAPIN St.. 1&4 Cor Seventeenth lnre. I
cicely furnished room southern expo-ure, fcr gen-
tleman or light bouekeeplng; bath, etc
PARK Ave., ait-Puralsried rooms for gentle
men or laaies a. ana upwara.
' rnXDUTTTON' Ave.. SA Kttly tarnlshefl
rooms. slnRle or connecting; private family; ref
"PINlf" St. KS-Itoom ana kitchen, furnished i
complete lor nsni nouseKecpins; wees.
PINE SI.. 1731 Elegantly furnished eecold- Nicely furnished seccnd-floot frcnt and other
Mory front room: roulhcrn exposure, also hall , rooms for gentlemen cr couple; no children; first
room, 11.25 per week; every convenience. class tablo.
ROOMS FOI RENT.
PIXE Ft 314 Why Hie in dark, dirty rtwmi?
Exceptionally clean bright, cool rooms, hand
somely furnished, ctexy com enience, at aboo
noOMS fcr light housekplng. furnished. $1 W
up, unfu-Tilshed 75c up connected rooms Web
ster, Klnluch phone D 3-1
SEVENTH St . 1103 S Nice front rarlor, fl-st
foor, suitable for two, also other rooms, bath;
all conveniences, respectable
BLVTH St.. OTX Clzj fcouFe, xecent'y cpned:
everjthlrj; new rocms loc, Mc, 2Sc, Jl and up
per week, beas 10s; free oath.
ST ANGC Ae,
3 IMrnlshed roemi tor
TENTH Ft . 111S 5 Neatl furnished f rent
room, also two other nyms
TENTH fat. 110S fa One large nlcel furnlfh
t front room for two or thre gentlemen, with
( bath all comtnlences. reasonable
THIRD St . 12
:u N -NtRh furni-h-d rocms.
for Kntl-m"n or lish' housekeeping heap rent.
Rooms for light housekeep.ng a ieciait).
THinTENTTfst , 1111 S Mcel furnlhed
fecond-iton use rocm, suitable for genii--men.
private famllj , II W a week
TIIERESAAeS16 N Dcutle larlor, ue of
piano also one "Ingle room
THOMAS St . S41 Nlceh furnished rooms for
light hujskeeplng or guulemcn. large, bright,
S1.5b up south exposure
j TV. EL.1TH ft 4i N Nicelj rurn.;J-ed cool.
eninmce on locust Bt
VANDHVEXTEn Alci:iA X Three rewms.
fumtsh d conriiete to" housekeeping, secor-d floor,
VKHNOX Ae . KTC lioom with b ard in pri
lato fqnli all hjme ard intern co. lene s
WAbll bt . 1S5S Furnished rooms, with bath
and other conveniences Call baturda mom-
WASHINGTON Ae. 1
roons, "outhe-n exposure
"17 Neatly rurnlsad
WASHINGTON Ae.. 1E15 Nlclj furnished
tecond-Uoor Xront. lto cthcx rounib, JlW ier
WASHINGTON Ac . C0 Larpf and cm-ill
furnished rooms, southern exposure, modtrn toi-
W ASHINGTON Ae ,
large font room on first
1C01 Nicelj furnished
floor, also other rooms
WASHINGTON Ae lltNlcelr fuml04
utwiB ilnn haaI nw n !. '.. nhi
rnis clean, cool and airy. - 12 and ?3 in.:
weew. mcf ccneniencea. cowniowTi
WASHINGTON A.. 2C4Ia-ge ffnd-s ot
f r. nt and back ennncctirg roomi, th- 1 irge
window- Jn t-ach, southern exposure ulte S.
WJT MORGAN fat 4 '42 Furnished i ooras
for gentlemen, in prHate famll of three adults
HOOMi. WITH HOARD.
PELL Ave S91- Large, cool room, second
floor with large vurd go! board, reasonable.
CIROLIVB Pt 264j Nicel) furnished fnnt
rttom southern expw-ure, with or witluut boanl.
privae familj . modem conveniences, reasonable
COOK Ave 273-) Nitelv furnished front rooms
and board all comeuienctS, rnvate famllj. S-',
ote rooms ilso
COOK Ave . 34 Neath furnished econd-story
rooms with n-st-cla" board, all modern con
COOK Ave. 263s-Two delightful room
floor two second floor single cr en uite.
niched or unfurnished, beard if desired
COOK Ave SC73 N'icelv fum!hed fmnt room.
southern exposure, su able for two gentlemen or
couple, all conveniences, lirst-class bo.ird
DEIMAR R.uleard 4"G0 Elegant rcrnos. good
board, fcr couile or gentlemen, lirtoe jard
DELMAR Roulevard 3S Furnished room,
with breakfast If desired, in small family, ref
erences DOLMAN St , 1011 Very desirable rooms.
nlcel furnished, imat- famUj . bath. i,cA
board if des'red. reasonable
FIN NE1 ve 4111 Nice ?epond-story ro-m
with excellent Uard. furmsheo for gentltmen,
FOURTH bt 112A S Nlel furnihed large
and sniall rocms with cr v-ithcta V-ard.
G I LAND Ave 2D24 b FuTilhed rom fo'" gen
tleman faces Tower Grove Park private famil;
bath, three car lines, meals if debiri
KENNETT Place 150 Nicely furnished room,
with cr vv'thfut lioard. saitable for two gentle
men, private famllj
Ave. 302S Neatly furnished room
LAFAIETTE PARK District Elegant and re
fined location pleasant te-onu-loor front roo n,
toilet room and large closet attached, excel tt at
liome t",bie A 14L Republie
LAWTON Ave . 2923 J4 week, first-cla- bo-d,
nicely furnifced rooms, hot bath, gas. nice loca
tion, private famllj own home
LAWTON Ave. 322S Lovelv second-floor front
room southern exposure vlth good board fo--ccuple
or two gents. J4u month, ruoms without
LEONARD Ave. F2) N Nwl furnl-hed second-story
front room, private family, hot baiii
and gas ctnvenient to three car lines
LINDELL Boulevard. 3310 Second -tn-y con
necting rw ms s.ngle or en sjite northern and
B-uthern exposure, also large thlrd-storj front,
LINDELL BoHevard, E629 Handomelv fur
nished rooms with board, houe under new man
agement visitors to the cit can flrd large, cool
and delightful rooms, moderate pnee for the
LOCUST 2113 Room with or without heard;
large alrj and soutrem expcnire. central 1 lo
cated rates reasonable
LOCUST St 1C4 Board with room", visitors
and 6av boarden, accomnj idat d all modern con
veniences. Mrs M A Thcma,
LOCUST Pt IST 13 fThe McDrmott-El
gantlj' furnished rooms with all modern convent
ences. excellent board, references required
LOCUST t , 104 Rocznr first and serond
floor- excellent table boaid centrallj Ijcited.
near Un on Station cars direct to race rs k
LOCLbT St 2S2'-Large. beautiful fi-st-foor
f'-ont also ether lage rooms, with flrt-class
board, for gentlemen or couple wlthou cnlldre-i
LOCUST SL, iKo('The ciark,) Desirable
rooms neatly furnished, good table board, nil
modern impovementa, uv. managemenL Kln
LOCUST L iril (The Edward Newlv fur
nished room ctn'rallv locnted vi!t r to the
city accommodated, cafe In connection; refer
LUCS Ave. 3211 Second -Ftorr front mom,
with board, southern cxposjre, p-ivate famllj
LUCAS Are., 2311 Lanre, second -sbr- Trent
and c nrectirg norn. southern exposure; wth
bet board, reasonable terms
LUCS Ave 3220 Beautiful fmnt pa-lor aIo
second floo- front with first-claps board for
gentlemen or ladifs employed, terms reasonable.
LUCAS Ave 2110 Newly and beajtlfully fu--nlihed
rooms with best of board, daj boarders
accommodated, 52 50 ter week.
LUC Ave 2S23-rurni-hed front room en
second Too. also room with private bath re
room on first floor, with good board prices reas
onable IUCAS Ave 2204 Newly and beautifully fur
nished pecond floor front and other rooms wi h
r;t clai loard if destrtd. Kentlemen or coLple.
McPHERFON Ave 4rC7 Large frrnt. nith
ern ripSurc with board special rates to genLe
men for summer
MISSOFRI Ave, 161-rieasanL second -c-v
fmnt room, with board, overlooking Lafayette
Park; two gentlemen or couple, references
MISSOt RI Ave 14:i Second and third-story
fronts all cnmrnlences best table, conv en ent
to all cars, terms moderate gen'lem n pr-ferred
MORGAN St , 4233 One extra ne-vlj fu-nihcd
room, southern exposure, board In private fam-
MOHRIPON Ave. 1121 (Block South of Xllck
c Handsome scond-tory front and ronnect
irg rooms, southern exposare. strictlj flrst-ciass
MORGAN St S31 5 Desirable front room Is
suitable for two or three gentlemen or couple,
terms reasonable, also other rooms, board
OLIVE Pt 4255 fTh- Bar-lnper) 11-autlfullv
furnished toots, routhern exposure stncle or en
suite, especall3 dttrahle f.ir couplns or bache
lors, talle etcelUnt, references
PARK Ave 2233 (Opposite Lifavett Park)
Pleasant, larpe. tT5nt room also othQr rooms,
with beard. da boarders accommodated refer
ences PENDLETON Ave E24 Setrond tnr front
room, board, reasonable, convenient; reference
PINE EL 2303 Nice cond-tor front,
two other rooms. $05 cas large bath
PINE St 2313 Nicely furnished -eeond-story
front room, good board; ven reasonable.
PINE St . 22io VIee. rool front ronm wflh
flrst class board use cf piano and parlor: no
displir card in window
I IE St .2h3S Ccautifull furnished front rocm.
Crst clafs table Eenire, for j: ntlemen or couple. '
! term reaggcaMe pvat' famlh
I 1'IXE tt. -K Ileautiful Krtnni1-trirv fmnt .
room, well furn!hed southern exposure excel- ,
lent board strictlj lim-clas j
KLKE SL 2S2-Two nelr furnihedrooms. I
m Euuiiif-rn exposure, nrst-ciass boara; gas, i
bath. couple or two gentlemen
SIXTCENTH St. S S -Xicely furnished
rooms, newly pap-red. hot hath; with or with
out board two blocks to Union station: first-
TIURTEKNTH St.. 1101 S Nlcelr furnished'
front parlor. alo other roon. for gents cr
couple- bath, good board if des red
vTASHTNOTOX Ae :C2I-Xewlr furnished
room excellent boa--d. all cenveniences
WASHINGTON Ae. 311 Large airy rewly
furnished roome, excellent board, good cooking.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 3XS-Elegantly furnied
rooms; southern exposure; sentlemen or coanle'
-itt. . uhAiit v-n-m
with or without board.
tricnTYRTnr: TVniivsrfl. 4-no?KT-
J rooms, with board; eouthern exposure; modem
Chouse and hich elevation; references.
WASHINGTON Boulevard. 4i-Emire third
fcoor cf apartment-house reserved fo- gentlemen;
nrndscmeiy iumisneu, caie in uunuuit.
Washington Ave.. a-To nicely tur-
ni-hn.1 first-floor front rooms, suitable for fonr
irentlemen; with or without board; bath; private
I WASHINGTON Ave 311 fle Alta Vista)
FLORA EOUL. 23 LOTS
AT AUCTBON upon the premises,
Saturday, Rflay 17th, 3 P. hi.
THE CHOICEST HOME SITES OF THE SOUTH SIDE.
A PARK SURROUNDED BY PARKS.
Compton Heights Reservoir Park on the East.
Tower Grove Park on the South.
Shaw's Garden on the West.
All Improvements Made. Lawns, Shrubs, Trees.
A Splendid Ohance for investment
CAM HEVER BE HAD AGAIN AT AUGTEOK PRICES.
GET A PLAT.
IHERY KIEffiER!Z9 Jr.
614 CHESTNUT STREET.
ROOM. WITH I!I)!U1.
WASHINGTON Ae C4 N.r-1 fuml-hcd
irom p-or 'outlurn 'tpi'-ur tilt m -r n
i xen r"ea will lirst "la-s ioj.id fur tvj uutg
men at 74 each it wt k
WASHINGTON A o4)o-Ixrpp sh md sto-.
from for two v: nilenien j,! i n adj li Inf? r m
fir io gentlemen, good Loani als ruomnwtu
"WASHINGTON Ae 331S-NIU urrnnt3
rooms southe-Ti exposure dla htd 1ijU-. all
I modern conerlenc- pood Ittiard and hcrUo
I If 3elr-d homUk rlace
WnbTMINTEtt I'lire. 4;i4-SconJ storj front
' room and alcoe. also ether room, excellent
WEST UT-LLB Place, 44T3 Iarp- fcond-tOT
room excellent board, all contfni'nces
wnT nrLt Ptac 410-Setond-"!orT room;
Fouthern exposure, eeellcnt table, Elnglo or
double reasonable terms
I WEST TOELLT: Plac- 4:24 Flrt-cla family
" Iiaa1 tflr.1 trY Biitta t .nne ft im k. VldH f T 1 .Tim
hotel lnplf and utte cf rooms furnished cr un-
luinisneo: peciai rales to partie or nve
vol NG men can barn of gf-od boarding r'a"-
bj calling at M C A Grard ard rarJn
CiKtK Ave 36j A Young entlemnn d ires
a roommate In well furn.shed io rr g nd loirl
roMI'TON A 21f N Inung m in (14 e.irs
o'dt wart roommnte In peasant roi m with all
conen'erce Jl j er week
IUK'MMATC VNTEL ourg man dt-ire
rommate front par ir all conveniences ttrma
reasonable 2 '17 OIle st
HOUSCh. ROOMS. IrC, .NTCD.
SUITE of two or the r m furnished
must be in good bwition, refcren -s e lingei
famlv of three, hasband traieltng salesman W
ROOM for single gentleman vtcmltv Olue and
Sprtn"- southern exposur-, bath. s. ate price M
THRFE-ROOM flat for small fmtilj of three,
necr fauburban cars. R 147, Republi-
HORD wanted b joung man en firm in Ar
kdias situated In goud Jibbing localltj K 11a.
ROOM? AND HOARD WAITED.
T1V tndv In Christian hnme board, at onee
west preferred rlar Uaptlat chuich uu iir-
ref ei enevs exchanged .u W uslung-
'OUNTR board b ladv and l year-old rirl,
state term. . 14S Republic
LADi emploed during da wants fura'rj
room, with board uv roommate , statt terms
J 14& Republic,
-MALL fl.it by quiet famllr of three in nice
nushburhood. South bide. 'A 12. R-paUic
TO L-afe 7 or room dwelling moder" In
gt.od reithtorbood all or addre M. Cohn,
Tv entj -third and GraUot sts
t'tUMbUKD HOUSE? AND 1'LAIS FOR
TRANKLIN Ave. lS3t Six elegart furni-hed
rooms, all conveniences, southern exposure
FUIUCISIXED house Webster Groves desir
able, s rooms, stable, J"0 K HI Republic
NICELY furnished tome June 1 to bept
JC5 Wehtr Gi-oes J Hi EepublV
VANDEVENTER Ave, C21A N Three moras
furnished complete for housekeeping;, second floor,
FOR HUNT DWELLINGS.
CASTLEMAN Ave., 2815 Nine room house; fur
nace, gas fixtures screen
DELMAR Ave. 322v-BeautIful modem S roo-n
dwelling reception hall, fu-nace. all convent
ences C W Barnes 216 Walnwright build ng
KENSINGTON Ave flC Moiem ni ic toon
furnace range gas nxtures. Urge yard ren. Jio
REN'SINGTON Ave , Bu20 Nine room furna
bath reception hall Anarews, Rice &. Co . Sis
CnestnuL Loth phones
TEMPLE Place 1224 Modern, 9 rooms fur
nace one block from Puce avo -cars S II
Morton i. Co , 222 L.ncoln Iruet building
THREE-STORY stone front U room resdenee,
IV) feet of ground hisb elevation, makes a de
lightful hoznt 2C3 F.nne ave
WLST MONGAN St
417 and ills
TOR REM-WHTMEM., TLATJ.
CLARIC Ave, 2S10 Scord floor, four moms,
bath and closet JI Mas-Beth ids N E-ghth sr,
CLARIC Ae. 2S12 TMrd floor four rooms,
bath and closet J13 MatBeth, lOi N Eighth st
nTTln?. A . 4i!!t. firKt fl mr 4 mnmi -itnl
Ss n"ccTan:ola " g" ""
" "" " -- j
The Falnnounf fipartmentS. I
1GS2 Falrmount inJEsts ion Mai 19 C r-wm.
upsta'rs, steam heat hot water continuou 'v
gas and electric flxtu"ps Ecretns modern, jani
tor service Call at offlce
PAUL JONES 4 CO. 23 Chttnur sL
.Lnni property rou ncT.
FURNISHED house convenient to Suburban
and Wabash cars good water $33 Apply at
once L. A Davis 1 ergueo" Mo
bl ABLE ard small jard for six or eight noises.
JT per month Rear uf 1715 Carr st
I'MMPnOlCD C1T I'llOI'EIlTY V
HAZEL Hill Ki2I3 frcntln;; Taj:' aie.. two
lines cars hlffh jocund will sell cbeap V. m
CHrkson M Morpan st. j
Have bargains in factory sites, east of Third i
st If oa are in the market sa? me
JOSEPH S RO HWELL
724 Chestnut at
With S R Co
SLUL'RHAN I'ROPKRTl roil SALE.
KIRKWOOD, Mo. correr Woo-lbine and Clay
ales, for sale or lease for a term of ear- tine
10-room houie ard stable three acres o' jrround
in lawn orcnra ana careen, eiectnc upnt lur
race, etc. everjthinc first-class condition con
venient to cuv Apply to E S Earrelra en
premises or 1U3 Union Trust building. St. Liuls,
io let ron nLsI;s purposes.
COMPTON Ave, 1033 N Large lfpht. con
necting parlors, saitable for dentist or phj sl-
DESK room for rent very chap
DESK room In eod licit efft". with Lse cf
telephone Call 216 "Aalrnvricht building
DHSK roo-n In nice v furnished offlc- ffood 1
elevator anJ janitors perMc Ijoth pin Jo
rtoom 611 Durlinstcn bids, 10 OIie
f OFFICE pace ard warehouse. J T Craij;-
lse nf both telephones, water, light, heat, closet,
OLIVK st SC23 Store, reasonable, 23iW
pl at ZCZJ OlUe st
SIDNEY St.. ISIC-No 1 businece place. Hlng
rooms upstairs, esp-clally for a shoe store
SLTTE 20i Century building, pecond Poor, cor
ner Olive and ifinth. finet sDnce In citr Call
I at abrrve offlce
REAL nSTATJC AT Al'CTIOS.
Jt Auction Price
Minerva and Rldse Aves.,
From Hamilton to De Hcd-amont.
Oxford place; Olive su cars bo tiere.
Oxford place; Suburban cars 1:0 tbere.
Oxford place; Eastcn ave. cars two blocks.
Oxford place is hlch ground.
Oxford place has city sewer paid for.
Oxford place has city water.
Oxford place hat iras and electricity.
Oxford place should be called Oaksford place.
Oxford place Is covered with forest trees
The early buyer gets the snaps.
The price will not stand still.
Select vour lot while on can choose
We will trade for your house.
W. r. XELSON. Agent. IM Chestnut st.
iiik i'i i" "''"""'J''ijj-ii-njr,i-rii
GOLI) spectacles. Ji.S) up; complicated uses a
xpeclallty; Crrest equipped testing parlor to Str
ft. louts Optical company. 705 Locust it.
U1.I GAN1 loom hoae on m Incent ae ,
lot jx3 pate r i.f .md at iu rn-1 and c Id
hat' 'hi he us l i. "-JOT bu Id v thout
It wl! pell Pll a SJ3JJ bJtwenivW Ite,It
. u It " JfEtrsn a e
GARHISON A'e 2Co6 N -:.' -oo will bu six
ntirn brick houst gjs bath nude street, eay
terms, itn, poirteaicn glen.
KENblNGTON A . 5 ." JS 6)0. easy terms,
modfrn nine roomc It-t CaXlTu
LOOK S2.C.-1 will bm c mpleteh furnlvhed 6
room brick house retepti-n ban. ;.as bath, hot
and cold water laundrj and barn, rtvet made,
grantold walks sUatlt trees front jard big
gest bargain in St Loui Ior rartlcutars, ad
dress R Hi Republic
NINE-ROOM frame rouce end reception ball,
larc TlnTsr-ed afn bath laundrj nic lawn
and shade good lrn lut TSxlBv feet. Vor pri'
and terms call at 51f'' We I1 ae
I Al IXtN t . 1) H u.t and lot thre--stor
brick house v ith ore on tirst floor and
elcht rooms aboe lot Soxj (t-et ili sell at a
1 irgiln fir cash to close an - nte I-o- price
one particulars fee Kf FLEY i CO
1113 Chestnut st
HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT.
Hae C greiteet birgaln. I have ee' had prlr-lle-e
of offeims H-deiite enfal Weit Lni
t of lliU- Nortl St Loui; 4 i.nm cvtiae in
byuth Si Ljui ( i ' n ir addr -.
JOSEPH b r THWEiX
W ith S R Co M Ohctnu' st
ST. LOUIS AVE. INVESTMENT.
Ten 3 rocm R.itP rpnt'ni fri- 1 9i.i n .
i ,... : ". :,:'.. --
"i- w in traup io" i wti
ja 1 fiettn JOsLPH ,
wii fn per and
1 lHv i:l
"-I Chestnu st
, HOME SACRIFICE SALE
r In bt-iu iful Horton p r-e i. rr m bick r
' bill ti me nl niTrt i '-i ir iii t pcr-e-
la'n it' ho i wnull ( si tj u Id 47 w t t
lot wcth J-.O-'t tmV 'lf rib" ownei must
&l- W V NLLbUN kM Chestnut et
Four -lec in fltt' west cent-al rent Si 410
will tacri:ce at JUOO
V 1 NELSJN ) Chestnut bu
Tor bale N js 1239 ard 1211 dai t jut east of
High "t trir' ioin out( 1 of Pi ink' n ae
pri j ,"-i u li im i u e t 2s feet rent
IJl ilP HI If SI ti F T ir hvr nortir n-
t f-"1 p
lars e. iwlLLl A. CU , 111J Chestnut st.
GSH SELL YOU FOB $3,750
Tb' b--, pi
w -.Tern ar
w tli it I
v re-id n e pr
of tl.f ,
m n' d s 1 en f
a beajtifut tia -
e-tv in tne en h
i 7-ro m ho :e
i en -e w th t
hm iarte mib c
dt r and h - a unt i a r wi h all It loii
eniert.ts hlKa frirr Iukh trte ra
CITS I luLL t-i 'lietnut ti
Te room rrodern hni' located at No 6
Dlicr boulrvarJ Ixit 4"iis5 Two baths hard
uod flu .h ttoi water ftrat cedai closets In
specttin iniited. Inquire on the premises.
52(5 Delmar Boulevard
9-room lnvelv btation. a rar chance to get
a g od house cheap
3S5I Kennerly Avenue
I 00 will lor th. C-rocm bri-k hon-et vtth '
tm i ie: rrmi Ali lm?rocmcnts made
Lasj monthU paments
5i'83 Raymond Avenue
Handsome pressed brick 10-room reldenc
hardwood flmch Lot 50x127
5451 and 5453 Vernon Avenue
Are four flats built on fine lot well r-nted
Will tell on a ll-per-cent net basi
5529 Von Versen Avenue
1 r orai lit 2x s. Ore of the be houses
located on high sr und in th West End
Between K nc s highway and Iake Two
loveH 14-room houses north nda or streeL
3841 Washington Gouleyard
13 room motlern h"use. Io SxlSO Oner
non reidert must se Go d lnetmenL
3363 Wasiiington Boulevard
j room modern house, let 2Gxl3), all
4063 Washington Boulevard-
Handsome ll-room re dence.
e verj modem
c mtrience lot 5'xIj-
4!I2 Wesiminsier Placs
9 room modern residence fine reception hall:
oak nnlh lot 20x14.0
4I0S Wesiminsier Placa-
Harome jg room resiienre hardwood finish:
1 t 34XM.
3DQ8 Westminster Place
1- room1 n thine nicer in th clt-r ! 40i
142 6 Must bt s Id Owner 1 ai mg c:t
4253 Wesfminsiar Place-
Iy eij 13 room house lot &xl2 fee C Inches;
eer modem conen!ence
3758 Was! Pine Douievard
Fire 12 room re'dence siloon parlor. houe
has en cont i-nn 2-fiturv brick -stable
lot 0x223 Owctr non-resid-t, and says sell
4016 Wesi Uall
MtJern red br rk reclderce
ceptjon hall lot 30x140
8 rooms and re-
H. E. Gor, 23d and Clark Ave.
Ftore ana nine 3 and 4 room flats, lot 7xsX
120 a tig bargain f 1 a quick cole
"Ue Hve for Sale Mam
choice: hliliii.g lots.
MONEY TO LOAN.
S ftntl II I'er Crnt I!c:il HHtnte Paper
nEALTY AHD FliJAHGIAL CO.
BOTH PJION'CS 713 CHESTNUT ST.
rAims. ron sale.
, 1W acres of lind Holt Coanty Nebraska, to
"r la.w, . Li i,"I"r' PP"
Address H M Julian
! Virginia ae
ti M worth Sa.lne County land for sale cr ex
chnnse for bt. louls real estate 1W0 Cherokee.
STOIUGE A3 MOVING.
A POSTAL to Wm V I'ortman cr telephone
Tjler C24H for packing and storing of household
gods 4427 Margarelta ave
AMERICAN Storage und Having Company. SJ1S
Ollv b. -lacUn- slip ns ta'aie; leparue
rooms TI Main ail W H xangdale prtslJ-t
nnvnnn. Wjrhouse Hr C. Wlehe qtnn
and Moving Company Nov L'U-11 franklin nve ,
money advacccd when dc-lred Klaloch C SC3
F H PORTilAN Storage and Movtnr Co
Separate room", low price on re'iable movlng-and
storage Offlc. i"1! Cas nve ; phone D 1247
UNDnLt, Storage and Moving Company moves
furniture with care bj experienced men: send
postal 1ZT7 ?. Jayior. or teiepnone Klnloch
NEW TOItK Storage Company, Offic. 311 Union
Tru't Building Move pack, ship store Hne 'ur
nlture In private moms Phone Main iS4
bOUTII Bide Morape and Moving Co. ISM. 1S03
and IM; Sidney rt- TeL Sidney as Kin C H15
CTODRfC AB?OI.UTEL.y riBEPRCOF. New
OlUHAilC varehnu-e. Grand and Luclede. for
r.tfnnv flf rnmlture. pianos, trunks, valu.
tbles boi-s etc strtctlr nrt-clats. moving,
racking shipping etc Our fire Insurance the
lowest. Money advanced Snip goods our care
Fstlmates free. Get rates Phone c SM Main
1C8A R. p. LEONOP.I TR A CO .
IK9-M Olive st.
UIB1I 1 TITL01 STORAGE D llOfllS CO '
- k... ,--, ,hinm .. . t
vate storage-rooms; moving cacfeinc and ship
ping. Kin. C 711 or Main 2iS. and get our rates.
..cv. njiuiuun, n... " , 22 tl ' " i ,- -
KB iv mtniM
Will Pay You 6 Per Cent
Interest for a loan of $3,W- fo- 3 eat-i on hou
11C1 Morrison at a J-stw- lu r torn brl"k dwell
ing lot 3xI30 feet hre msuranct J4 01.-0, tornad
Insurance J2.0"0 a first deed cf trust- Ad D
I WAMT TO GORBOW S2,309 Wr
Tor 3 ears. first deed of trust, on 2$A liernani
tt , between Lefftnvell and Ltciiij: aes a 21 !
Elorj brick rea'denee s r (m iaundr and cel
Lir lot ji!10 (e-t tl-e an taroart-i insuran e.
r-art to nuke the loan with a private party
C 14S. Itepubllt
TO txchance pood oil strck
naon. E 143. Ilepallit
for ttam anl
THE "KATY" OIL COMPANY.
lla dhldend 21 per crnt.
June dividend 3 per cent
Annual dividend rate 3 per cent.
First gusher last Auguet
Third well aim jt complete
3 Ghj acres In larde and lnses
Write for particulars, 208 Rlalto balldinz !
T..tmrc - nvrrn - . .,.. ij. t .
work prtniuu exferl rt no n. it arj u id !
fealarj and traveltrg xieiib.s Ca.l at 10- N
uarri'-on DftWfen i an: p m
1 -iltfffi tleatncai tup! houe 1-the West,
aio latural wigs for baldhaded ladies o- gen
tleniej A Fueger. 521 Walnut st.. bt LojIs,
OLD CLOniIU IXOLGI1T.
LL klrds o cast of cloth'ng want-1 hlg'i
et pr t-d pa m re than anyone mail orlM
prompt! attended to b Uorujn 717 N Eighth
E GELBER runs store 624 Migan largest
oujer in t rf rmtlrm is ri thing nay Ligh
et prl e nobody can beat It 5nd pestaf
HIGHEST orices paid f r
and ft-ith.rs H v.atken n,
N Tenth st Phone D 1592
oil clothi' g shoei
late cf lexas, 1103
HIGHEST cish pr te paid for ladies' and gen
tlemen P f.iet ftT" r lr t inr o ill - .l . r. I
I Mrs J Miller GC7Wa.nut Kin A 215 no branch
TOE GELTJUR can tie anv nmount cf gentle-
. .-i - -i ni ii. du iwic ir much
- -w nr u mem Daaij
bend postal L2i Carr
ICMGIIT OF RYTIIIS.
CV" ACME LODGE NO 21P 1 OF P
rneets eerv Tu-daj een nr at 4 o'clock
' v xiuijiupion oi.il ng. lu uii
t -i worn ii ranKs at..aj3 on nana
visitors cordially trilted and miibers expected
tu attend THANK HFRRY. C C
AU't G W Clifton C cf R. t S No. 1443A
5t Louis svenU"
CATTLE HALL OF MONITOR LODGE,
Nc K of I meet- -erv Tt ursda
ei nk .n en-t r b il din- Ninth and
Ol W Etr-"t if.ir h I . Wt V in thP
rank of Viw . Thu-sdij. Ma iZ is tort ai
vds welp-me Menle-s reu te ! to itund
., , FREO L IFITLR. C a
W T Otto K 0 R S
CASTLi: IML.L. noiiKriT K COU N
131 K cf I' Uesi IlaSI Cfnturv
bulldlri; X nth and OiHe Str"ti On
In rank of KnlKht isitor- -oril'jIl lnilted
n D iianaha:: r c
Attxf Il'n-r II Lu-hbert K cf R 4. S
COLUMUIA LODGE NO 22t. K OF
P mte even Tuesdaj eveninr at S
--'Lk Eat Hall Centurv building
Ninth and Olive trets TueStlav eveninr.
Mav JO Work in rant cf Enquire Members re
quLsted to be present and visitors wel"ome
O A. sCHENK, C. C.
J F Dempey. K of R t S
, f n-rur.n ghuat lopcf. no jts k
feV- c; P n-eets eer V.edneyda evening at
'Sj r el ck t l!i,irli Hall Thlrtmh
sd OHe Ftre-ts Vednf?Ju even'"T
Mflv n WotI. in rank o? rsiuire t'ns knits
jalwajs welcon-e WM U EL'I.Elt, C a
liobcts. K of It i S
je neta "y Fi.Ia eientnp Hall No
. . -V 2 tenth fl ur. Centun h II Inir Nlntl
l- ""d Oil-. tr. st" WrrW in rani, of
7i I.niphi. Friday il.i 1- Ml members
..... e3trectfd Vltor co.din 1 imied
cnoWN j h iinxcn. c c
Ii.nn r Scott K of II . S
PACIFIC LODGE NO 201 K. Or I.
meet rer Wednesday even'ng in Cen
tun building. Nt th and Olive treet
Members expected ard is' tors rordla'i
lnhrd Work In the rank of Efju're Wedres
dai evenirg Maj 2L fc C ROGERS. C C.
J W f nmrbeii K rf R tS
PARAGON LOfGL Ni. 5 K OF P.
rpeef fvt"i Ti.es a even'ng In hall No
" fVM Cllnws hufld Rr N th nnA O lv
50 tr-ts Next T le da rank of KmchL
Members and vl-ltcrs are cord. 11 lmtt-d
ROT 1 DREYHUb C a
Attest: Trank Johnson. K of U i. fa
fV TREMIER IODGE NO 243, IC OF P
tJGr R-puIar rreetlng ecn Thursday ern-i
S3 in? at hall No l Oil Fellowb bal'ding.
" Thursday May 2u Members are requir
ed to be present Special tusnes3 meeting Via-lt"-s
cordiallj Invit d
JNO A BRUNER, C C
J F WMtte, K o' R &. S
RED CROc LODGE NO 51 K OF P.
Iterulfl" n et rs e erv V ednrdav even-
Ine at Old Fellow Hall Ninth aid
me n xt mett ng .m j 3) wor in
the wcond rsnk. All Pvthtans fraternally
Invited to b nresrnt
Y L TRT'CKEVMR-LER. C C.
ii vr mninc k of it t s
ZT LR11A LODGE NO ZS K OF P .
meis Mondaj frams in regular conten
tion Ma 'J in Had No 1 tenth hot"
Centurr "bundmff at o clocV Wok in
amplified UanK ir Knlpht Members expected
and visitor rordialiv lnited to attend
POTOH I. E L.EHMCEKG. C C
Atte-t: O M. Brooks. Ii. of II It.
IMJCI'KMJCNT OHIICn OI)U I'CLLOH!
COP.AI. LODCE. NO VX. I O O
T . meets ery bjturday eveninc at
at Ue ball til on and Mancneele
ornuts Vei I ers are reiaestd to
attend Vlsltlnc brothers nil cme
W. i. BECK. N O
J Gannett Secretary
&&. GOUKEN ScniTER LOIX3F. VO
i!z1?iSfc l" I o F Me.ts every '-atur-
3iSfc d? ??Jr5 ".,'; l v'?;z, '
'"" ..f Jef.er r avenue and P-s.alo.ll i
rtreet Visitors cordial v invite. and m.nw s i
'xpected to attend Co S Uus 2-61 Cal'f mla
ave noble grard li A .viuse, vicecranu .m
II Tavlor reiordlnc secretarj . Oram C Green.
ucancU aticreurj. 292s Louisiana avenue.
u-u,. iinrxn riTV irinnr. ?co
S&X&iLi. I O O F Hegnlar meetlnra rer- i
-Tzr- ? ond and rrurtn aturna)s or -icn
Vi5S nonth at Hall No i Odd FellowV
bulldiiie eoJtheast corn-r Klrtb and OM,
stret ts Vlsltlnc brethren fratemalh invlt'd
I'HILII' RILJjr. N a.
Charle. E. MontROrvr Secretary
.y8K3l- ST LOUIS IJDDGC NO t. I O O
?Pv F Meets ever Saturday evening.
:? H'U No 1 southeast corner Ninth
and OUe streets at S ocl"K:k p m.
All mmrers earoest'y requested to attend. Vis
itors welcomed Wcrk in the scnrd dejrree
II A HAMILTON. N. 3.
E B Fose, S-cretarj
J,U,,,Z WILDET IXironT'NO 2. I O
Sp5S-VJ O F meets Tuesday evening of
S'2 eath ""k ' 1Ia" Vo- 1 oda r''-'rta?-
lows' bull Mm: omer N nth and
Olive at S o c'ock The third drrree will be
conferred Tuesdaj May 27 Vsitors cordiallj
lnvlt'd J F PIUCIIAKU. N. G
Herman Heuser Scretarj
i.NcictT mux A."r
conNnp.STONn liODGn. no rs a
K A. A M A special commLnlcat'on will
re held at -Mis nlr Temrle Grand and
m Work frst degree AIfo a regular communl
lation at S p m first dgre Visiters always
wlcome Members are pvciaJly requested to at
tend this meeting
AALTEn H SEEUOSTER, W M.
James A Smith, Jr , Secietarj.
GEOROH WASHINGTON IDGE, NO
T munication at & o'clock Tueda evening
' v jjay -,, at masonic xemri. (irard and
Tinney avenues V. ork n the II M deff-er-M
mbers ar earnestly requested to attend Vis
itors are AlTvas weicome
A I. MARION, W. M.
Henry L4hou Secretary-
(Saturdny) evening at hall. N'o. CTOlFouth Ilrrad-
wav Memters requested to I present Visitors
cordlallv Invited. VV M I JJVAM5. V. M.
Edward fa Baldwin, feecrctary
Jrbir M fctatrd
tjr day evenln
' V Hjii Gram
HI LOIXJC. NO 1 i . r x A
trd eomra.nlcailnn iht Th.ir
enlnc at 7S o'clo k. nt rvirint inn
Hall Grand Avenue Mason c T'rai le p
C degree Members are reiuesttd and visiting
brethren fraternally lnvl ed to a tesd
.. c ciias. Mclean, w. m
John II Deems Secretary
OCCIDENTAL LODGE. NO 16 A T
A A M. Special cnmmjnicatlorr at Cor
inthian Hall. Grand Avenue Maonc
Temple, this (Saturday evening -n.. tt
at C 3-1 o"c!o"k W ork In M. M degree three
candidates Visltlnr brethren fratrnally in
vited .. JOHN D. HAMILTON VV;;m
A. P. Oliver. Secretary.
A WEST GATE LODGE. NO. 443 A F
V A M. bpeclal mttlni-thLs Sa'turdav)
fa evening at o-clo-k, ii A. .j F a
degrees. Visitors wciccme
. r. AUG. J. LANG. W. M.
A. Itan son. Secretary. -.u, -.
STANDING ELK TrjBE; NO 35.
Imptoved Order of ned Men meets
every Thursday sleep at Druids' lull,
southeast corner Ninth and Market
streets, first ThnrMav ...4.
. irbinllm. AiTf MvmA Thn- rT." :"""
tl3il:llfl tm5'ne" tsitlng. chiefs InriUM
vv AU fcjt U. MOORE. Sachem.
ancievt order umteh wukkmcv.
jrtjl, BANNER LODGE. NO 12. A. O.
CsJ-lr. r u llrtts en the second and
e5i. fourth Saturday of each month at
SwrtitK Hail No- ". Fraternal bulldlne.
.ffWx- Eleventh and Franklin avenue. Vis.
ltors fraterrallv Incited
J G ENGLAND M W
Attest. DanlM R,an. Recorder.
3WP GRAND COUNHL. MISSOURI Kor-
. jt'" , .,.. 4n,. . ;..,. . r..... .,
Vr5wri AI"" ."?1 "-"a "uiwinff-
t. a f ram' w-i omf in iimr r'!nr".
''J-ii r-reiiireo and mmtrs from abntad
X.tTv hthrin unrf Pm.--- e-i h..7i
CC F EIA'I'N . R.
Jere Haldeman, Acting Grand Secy.
nxiuuTa or cullmuus.
ST LO L IS CO CN CI L NO
3 me-t& evrv rlrs and third
Tuesdax at W eat Lnd Hall.
w-'m-ist corner Finney and
ai Ue Pnter a enue- V ifttlnir
kniehta are cordi.U invtia.
JOHN b LEAHT,
Jr C Carroll. Jr Itecordlcj
3? MARQUETTE COU:
n.4-4v r t -oni and f ur
J ;x a , . in th Wert Hall Cen
umtrtis me ts
ir g Ninth am OIiatreet3 Vis
iting Unigl ts corulally lnlteri
L MLL Grand Knlg'it.
I P Lt-i-na-d, Recorder
Pte. ASYLUM ASCVLON COMMANDERY,
tSZ. Nu 16 K 1 btated coiiclwe of thii
5t?v torrr irde- will h-)d tnb (boturJiM
V. ernmg Maj 1", ut S o'clock, at G-and
Avenue Masoi i Temple Installation of officers.
i.ilurs w i m- HENU1 LillOL. L C
W 11 liawkeu Record, r
KMCins or honor.
irytfA BREMEN LODGE. N'O 24 K.OFH
cx'h Regular meeting ery baturday evening
VV at Bremtn Hill No 3M5 Ncrth Elnentn
LHJW strt-t Ail Knluts of Honor in-vlle-l
WM IlAIITMAN I itatir -""IS Umverltj St.
MathfW Uimn, Rep- rter27lb University st
t IT LODGL NO .1 K Or' H,
f " - j uik an i bun u 'tiiyiuat i. jxuui xjrj
t- M ir - All knehts of Honor Jn-
it-d to our ni-t.Li.ij,d V M Ml- V Ii tator
2J4 Madison street,
2'eter Earth Rtponer 26 Lnl.trsitv street-
45$ MOrXD C7TY COUNCIL. N'O 351.
tyi.-i N-it n T mon, rrets on econd and
KiJ f mrth Frila each month at Howard's
Ft ll-'i corner Garrison avenue and Olive
street at S o'clock. Next meeting. May
S Ladles Nigln I L GLNN, iTebiuent-
Rlchard E lieiger. Secretary
INDCI'EMIENT ORDER FORESTERS
COI ET COTE HP .LMNTB NO S3S I O t-
Itegular meetinri seennd nd fourth Tueidayi
lt e' h month at Bowman s Hall, northeast cor-c-r
EIeenth and Lccu itrtets litlnc tor
F X ROTERMAW Chlf Ranger.
W'm G Wright R-cordlnr Secretary No 4S3
GOOD CROP PROSPECTS RULE
A QUIET GRAIN MARKET.
WHEAT AXD COKX
Oats Dull, but Prices Are Higher-
1'iovisious in Need of Some
Chicago, 3Iaj- 1G. Good crop prospects
ruled the quiet eraln pits to-day Trade
was almost entirely professional in char
acter, ai d. although w heat had a few bull
ish influences, lower prices were the general
rule. July wheat closed Sc lower. July
corn MPsC lower, and July oats He to tc
up. Provisions closed 20 to Tto depressed
Early in the session wheat showed some
tendency toward a -good bull movement.
Cables were higher or steady regardless of.
our losses jesterday. Receipts la the North
utit were still eo small, indicating, the
bulls raid an actual and serious depletion
of stocks In farmers' hands In addition to
this ram began failing usain in the North
west, and udkes from the Red River "Vu.1
lej luld a verj bullish story of delajed
spring seeding titterings at the opening
improvement were not sufficient for the
small demand and pr.ces worked up to 70
4ic for Jul) after opening a shade to
lye up at Wjc to TDVaioc General
harifst new. however, was promising. The
Northwestern curtailment of rectiptB was
beginning to low; onu of it? bullish ef
fpLt, and of much Importance was the fact
that exceptionally seasonable weatcr in
most of the coun r was Ke ping thJ out
sider from the market. As a general rulo
the farmer ner t-e.ls stuff short and the
fact that hi ! not buying ha" influenced
manv speculators to tne bear s.de on ren
eral crop pro-pecti ri.rther, the ccport
demand was inactive. Kansas millers
made a report of the condition of their
Siate crop lndlcatirg a jield ' CSIVMOO
bu . quite a bear'sh advance over the re
cent sctre of a reduction to S.WOOiO bu
TJuse bearish factors in the end served to
start some fairl .icily se.l.ng There was
little supnort mw of the crowd waiting
for a leader July slumped sharply lc. and
closed 3sc down at TlVSToc U)cal receipts
,, ,,r. n,, nr , n, Pn,1tr2m r?rnrie: Mlnnp-
! were 2i cars, 3 of contract grade: Minne-
, -- T A . :7 V . . T.. m ..
npolis and Duluth reported only SD cars ,
makinc a total for the three points of 109
rars, against 3M last week, and ill a year
ago Primtrv reoe'P's were 1&CO0 bu..
against 103 f-M bu. last jear. Argentine
s'upments were li,vju ou compareu to it.-
.. . ,- ,-...,-. . ....
year ago Seaboard clearances in
Khmt and flot.i eau3levl 4-O.OW bu The
Eeaboard reported three loads taken for ex
Com shoved weakness all Cay. Cables
were lower to start with anJ from everj- .
where came reports of favorable weather
and promises of a bumper vleld of corn
this season The cash demand was slow
and what there was of it was beinc tilled
casllj Freer offcrinss of cash sturf were
reported from interior points of Iowa and
Illinois and receiving houses were moderate
sellers against purchases in the country.
The bull party made no apparent effort to
support the market and the demand came
chiefly from shorts with profits. Local re
ceipts showed, so far. but little Inclination
to increase, but tips from the country in
sisted that within a week the da'lj run here
w .u'd be 20C cars, where now It is Benerally
beli-vv CO Trade was much restricted but
th- .lechne was Me.idy July "sold down
from CSc to a weak close, ?5c lower av.
ltecUpis were oS cars.
Oats were very dull and made almost no
appreciable chanqe. There was no outside
bu-iness In the p t nad the local scalpers
wire vvaitinq devilopmtnts. There was a gen
eral Gisposiuon ntt to sell short much fur
ther unt-1 more decidedlv bearish news came
to hand. The moist weather northwest de
terred the bears from 'follow ins the action
of the other pits. Julv new sold at KTsC and
closed Wu UP at So-VSc. Keeeipts wero
Ranee 01 I ntures.
W boat May
July ... .
Open rg Highes.Licest.CIosln;.
7SV, 71. 74S . . 74?,
ot, ej ,
.73-,i7-A 74 tV,
KOat May .
. uly fold)-
Julv lnw)...36V.S35 35".
3. 4 36
i-ept. (old) ... 23i 23H
hept tnewl . 3.) 3i s
aless I'orn ilay 17.2 17.1.
July 17.31 17.40
bept. 17.45 17.55
L.ml May .... 10.174 10.374
July 10.30 10 3J4
twpl 10 31 10.374
Short Itlhs-May 9.73 9.75
July 9 C7U S 72V.
Sept. S.C74 S 75
04, 304 rf
Itecelpt. and Shipments.
Articles Rec Ship
Flour, bbls iv,u s.(5)
VVheat. bu 33.000 180OT
Corn, bu tc.co 217.0M
Oats, bu 123 WO 22.0U0
1 Barley, bu 291,, 1,000
Provisions ruled weaker and needed the
support that came meagerly from the crowd
heavily Interested on the bull side. The lar
ger run of hoss at most of the western
pacKinjr centers and the lower prices at
the jards Induced liberal selling. Trade was
rather quiet. July pork closed 7ic down at
S10.30. and July ribs 2!c up at .7037.
Estimated receipts to-morrow; Wheat H
cars; corn GO; oatft 1W; hogs 20,000 head.
MAKKETS BY TCLEGRAJPH.
lower to sell. Ry; flour dulL Cornmeal easy.
New York May 16 FIcur Receipts 17.397 bbls
tT'f... r--i-.- Vit .r w . 1- -i .. -:v "Jr
I easy: No 3 red SS3.C elevatnr? Vn 1 mi on...
1 f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 Northern Duluth JJVis t, 1
b afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba STic . o. b.
afloat L-p to the lat hour wheat was well sus
tained anJ higher than la&t night, lniiuenced br
cables, ruin in the Northwest foreign buying,
a small moTement and cohering. But after 1
o'clock on more favorable crop news and poor
tjxport outlook, unloading took plae. destroylnc
all advance, and th close wa hUhtc net lover.
J-a j4i.t clOed 8rc. JUl W6sljsC;
closed SOc, Arpt TSHoTjc, closed T3Vc, Dec
T9aS&0Vc closed 79Hc Corn Receipts S.400; ex
ports 2.500 bu fapot weak. No 2 69c eleator
and CSsC fab afloat. Options market wu
e-k throughout under llcjuidatlon and easier
cables, together with bearish crop news, pros
pects for larger receipts and Iac. of support
drat-jr ?filP n t lower May Io-3 6Sc; Julr
6C'SS7.c. doed W"c Sept 6T,ie3-iC. cloasdS
6mUc. IVc dosed -4c Oats I receipts 46,504
bu export 6,fe0u fpot quiet No 2 46c; No. X
4c No 2 white -I'.c No 3 white 51c; trac-C
i 'iw .u nunc di'i.c & ni
mu (,rarn 4T-i4Sf track wh.te uUtt3e. r-
"V,ia W "w w wiin com J
.- . ... ,.. . . .. .'
cit (JJ per jiackae) 6c, country tpackacea
fr ei fcl.5i.7e Cottonseed oil Quiet, prime yellow
-I-u45 Illce 5tead Molases steadr. Cat
l-et dull, pUkled bell es lOligllc. pick.ed rtoul
ders -,iiic. pickled hams imai3c. Uira
Btejdj Vt-tern tt-amed $10 73, ref,ned tedy;
continent JM. fc a Jlt.70, contpoaad 'Mt-H.a.
Al.nnealKJlle Hay 16 W heat May 7Csc: July
j- -ept 71'jc, on track, No 1 hard 73c: No.
i .Northern 76V!i77c, .No 2 Northern 75'ic Flour
First patent-, ti ft3.S3. second patents S3 6S
3 7Z first cl ar- J. 9j3, tend clears 22.
Bran in bulk S1W11 W.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 15 Wheat steadrl
cloe No i Northern 77072. No 2 Northern
' .BSHl Julj 70&7c Jive hlsher. No X
iL l!arle hrm. No. 5 73fci4c. sample KG73C.
Corn Julj l7nc.
Chlcuco, Maj IS Flour steady No. 3 Bprlof
vheat 72ujj;;i,c, No 2 red fcJc. No 2 oat, 431
4c. No 2 white c. Na 3 white titftee.
No 2 rje COVsc llarlej. Xulr to choice malllnr.
fc3itr-c No l Flaxtted 11 w. No. 1 Northwestern
SI . Prime timothy ued JG-W CIovr, contract
Krade. Su Mess pork, I er bbl . 117.25217 3$.
lrd. pr 1) Itis SljCijeiOSi t-hort rib sldoa
do's-; Jj71ji dr-salted ,lOUlder (bxd ) sa
i. , six?Tl. -1."Jr slJes "J3"1' J10.810Ji.
V niskj basis of hlEhwicts. Jl .0
Kansas cttv Mo. May It Close; Wheat
llav 72s,c Jul 71S71i,c. cash No. 2 hard 74Je:
No 3 .it. o 2 rtd TSc No 3 7sc. ,M 2 tpruix
4V i."21Ia' Cc fcept. MSaetjC. No. a
nhit rrit..l . . No : f6i-c OatB No 2 whit.
Jr--n I' No 2 C0t,c. llaj Choice timothy
li-i- v. d0 Pralrte JI2 504(13. Receipts VV heat
9,?".b.,.rc?n 5-300 oats 2W11 bhlpmenta
v J-at 30 ijjo bu , enrn Sl.aj. cats 2 W)
Toredo. O., May 16 beat Falrir actiTM
weal., cash .c. Mav SO.c. July fXc: SS
'-. torn to h active, weak, cash tic: Mir
ti Ji J H4,c- fceP', 1-. ats dull, steadj-: ca&
It I, 5 a,T ,1ci July ;Sc- s'lt i3 Clover
&" E'r'"!,v: ca5h TW. Oct 5J5: No. a
J4JWCMW AI yke Aug. J7..0 b.d. Timothy J3.20.
Uien oul Mas 16 Ham" Short cut steady. Ma
tl uacon Currberland cut steady. 00s &i: clear
liellie-. steadj. rrs Cd. ijrd-Prlme Western 13
K? 'J1. -3 American retlned In palls steady.
5s 3d Oie se American nne-t white old firm.
fi American fl"e-t colored new. arm. 35s Tur
)?rtine spirits tirm. 33 3d Cctton-seed oil Hull
fSi,'.eJ r,p l f m 27s id 1-ease Canadian 6J
Iiiv-d. It. ifipu o wheat during the past threa
dajs were 3..7vi0 centils lncludlnc 313.000 cen
tals American Keeeipts of Am-rlcan corn dur
ins the past three days 21.2G0 centals. -Weather,
l'eorla. May 16 Ora easle-; No. 3 63lc. OaU
eay. No. 2 white 4i-c bill-d thrmiKh. Whlaky
on the basis of 31 30 for nnlhd coods.
I'uluth Maj 16. an- W heat-Cash Na 1
hard.M,c. No 2 Northern 7rc: No. I North-
Cash iiC. Sent- :.'c torn 60i,c.
Liverpool. May 16. Wheat Ppot teaay: No. I
Northern rprlnfr ts id; No 1 California 6s Sd.
Future quie: May 6s iv.d. Jutv 6s lVd: Sept.
5s 'hSm ""iT-r0' ft-ady. American mtaed new.
Fj Sd do. old as S";d. Ptttures quiet; Julr U'
23d, Oct. Ss 2d.
APOLLO CLUB SEEKS LEADER.
Keeeires Applications From Lead
ing Musicians of the Gonntrv.
The officers of the Apollo Club are look
ing for a suitable man to take the direc
torship to succeed Alfred G. Itobyn, re
signed. It Is said that about twenty-fivo
names of persons thought to be qualified
have been submitted by their friends for
consideration, and several prospective can
didates have been written to. others have
been called on by representatives of the
club and some have come here at the re
quest of directorb The officers of -the clfl
say that the are simply seeking available
men and trying to ascertain whether their
arrangements can bo altered to come here)
In case of a call, but that there Is no
thought of making a final choice at this
time The salary is not large, as only one.
night each week is taken, but the prestige
is such that the position is being sought
by leading musicians of the country.
It has leaked out that a talk over the
long-distance telephone was had this week
with Edward Kreiser. organist of the
Grand Avenue Methodist Church, at Kan
sas City, in order to learn If iie could ac
cept such an offer, but Mr. Kreiser could
not arrange to leave Kansas City. Charles
Wiggins left the city last night, but his
friends say that he went on private busi
ness and not as the head of the Apollo
"We are not having many rehearsals
during the vvaim season." said Thomas
1 right last night, "only enough to get tha ,
boys together once in awhile. "We are In
no hurry to select a successor to Sir.
Robvn because there is no occasion for it.
We want to get the right man, and it re
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS MEET.
Seventh Annual Convention in Ses
sion at Litchfield.
Litchfield, ni.. 3Iay 16. The seventh an- .
nual convention of the United Commercial
Travelers met in this city to-day. The
meeting was called to order by Grand Coun
selor L. K. Clink of Chicago, and the fol
lowing officers were in their chairs: Junior
counselor. Charles H. Slater; past counsel
or, H. Heibrunner; grand secretary, George
B. Hart; treasurer, E. P. ilally; page. Ira,
A. Grimes, grand sentinel, L. J. Beeaon.
Committees were appointed on State of tha
Order, chairman R B. Smith. Freeport. '
on Charter and Dispensation, chairman, Ij.
W Ticknor, Rockford: on Credentlale, C.
A. Wooley, Litchfield; on Resolutions,
James Irwin, Qulncy; on Jllleage and Per
Diem. Willis "loung. Chicago. About 230
members are present and about fifty ladles.
The ladies of the Litchfield Council enter
tained the lady guests at Rocky Ford at
luncheon, while the business session was
being held. The evening closed with a dance
and banquet at the Litchfield Hotel. To
murron mere win oe anomer Dusuzess ses-
HOD and eieVation of officers. All offlcers
morrow there will be another business e-
will be promoted. The only contest will
be for grand sentinel. Several candidates
are in the held, Dut chances ravor the elec
tion of W. li. Fennessy of Litchfield. He
b a delegate to the convention, a member
lJ a acieaxe to tne convention, & mesioor
of the Grand Executive Committee and
father of the Lltccaeld Council, No. 153. ana
traveling salesman of the S:udder-Oale
Grocery Company of St. Louis.
GARDEN TRUSTEES SUED.
City a Codefendant in Suit Filed
Lv Albert Hortiz.
Albert Hortiz and about sixty others filed
suit In the Circuit Court yesterday against
the City and the Bnard of Trustees of this
Missouri Bofanlcal Garden for possession of
property described as survey No. J1S, In tha
Prairie des Noyera Common Felds. ono
arpent wide and forty arpents Ions.
The property, it Is stated, was confirmed
to theltgal representatives of August Dodle,
or Dodler. The phuntiffs state that they
are entitled to its possession. The monthly
rental, it lb stated, is J00. and 11.500 dam
aces are asked. Attorney Thomas P.
Kahaw represents the plaintiffs.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Fsr.BlmH Wrappar Bastow.
Tery sms01 aid mm ssry
to take as nfmx.
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