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TRE KEPUBLIG: SUNDAY. MAY IS. 1902.
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work gusranteed and cheap, drop us a card and
e will give you an estimate. C Hurlburt 3:10
Franklin aye. --
WAIi paper cleaned. l rr room; satisfac
tion iruarAiiteed. Emtrlcfc Cleaning Co.. 1510 Wal
nut el. .
DANCING lit Morleche Grove every Satnrdsv
evening. Sunday afternoon and evening, nnet
MTlllon !a St. Louis: Fuburb-in er Transit cars,
two block! north cf Demur Garden II. C. Sat-
KICKER'S Hall. Corner KesateaX Ave ard
SCorta Market fct For rent tor all Unds of gath
erings, parties, lodges, etc
PROF. PARKE iruarantees walls and ttvo-'tep
for II: rrlvate lessors anv hour 1210 Olive et
PROFESSOR BE IIONEY'B Acsdenu. :S(4
OIIt Cooled -with electric fans all summer, re
ceptions every Thursday ee. tla-'ea Mon Jay eve.
Klnloch pbons 1SIA.
i ftplendlel opening: for IJanclnir Scliool
i. In he fftairm-jtrnTvlnc city In the
NortUrmt. We offer tor lraae i fine
lialll JiarelTrood lliior, well Merited.
brat furnished, drrsslnjr rnonn nnil
ill modern eonve-nlencea; In n. new
bnlldlng Jnat completed In the lieart
of the city, on the principal afreet.
Address I. n. KMIV A. CO... Jo. 1 Ei
, chanKC uulldlnir, Dulutli. Minn.
RUBBER STAMPS. SEAL. STElvCILa.
ADAMS, ths stsmp man. S14 N Sixth at : rub
ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc : rood, cheap.
colclc. Writ fir new list
EXCELSIOR STENCIL WORK". 312 Olive St.
Sa where you ret rteel stamps stencil, bumln
brines, rubber type, seals bran ana aluminum
RUBBER slamcs. rubber type, slim markers.
brass and aluminum checks at lowest prlcei.
Xaeper & tamp and Peal Company. SIS Locust at.
.' DYE1MO. CLUAMSO AD nCPAIKIMG.
. ALWATS sntlsJled when you have jour cloth's
. mule, cleaned, dyed or repalrel bv American
1Vlorr. Oarers and Der". 208 X Eleventh at.
LACE curtains cleaned at verv reasonable
prices: work ruararteed We make a epeclaltv of
fin work. PhoenlK Curtain Co . 2jj0 Cara ave
LADIES and Kenti. hav o our garments cleaned.
. dred and repaired, ladles' Jarkets remodeled Paris
' Oslng & Cleaning Co . 1333 Franklin Main IJJjA.
UNDELL Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Llndell and New stead aves. Morning sen Ice at
31 a. m.: evening service at 8 p m. Sermons at
Doui services by the new pastor, the iieverena
i uorcnesier. jr.. u u.
K!tlr.IITS OK PYTHIAS.
AOIE LODGE. NO. 21J. K. OF P .
meets ecry Tuesday evenln at I o'clock
sharp In Burlington building-. 10 Olive
street U'Ark In ranks altr&va on hand
Visitors cordially lavlted and members expected
to attend. FRANK UERRT. C. C.
Attest: O. W. Olrton. K. cf IL 8.. No. HUA
t. Louis avenue.
A BURLINGTON LODOE. No. Si?. K. OF
taflPbP. meets eiery U'ednesdsv at LlRht-
y stone's IIslI. Eleenth and Franklin ae-
" r.ue. Wednesday. May 14. Rank of Efi-
ettlre. Visitors lnlted.
DOCTOR W. U KENNEDY. C. C.
Jaa. J. Moore. 10i.nS:
CASTLE HALL OF MONITOR LODGE.
No. a, K. of I"., meets exery Thursday
eienlnr In Century bulidlnar. Ninth and
Olive streets (east hall) Work In the
rank of Pase. Thursday. May 15. Visitors al
Srays welcome. Members reueeted to attend.
ri.i' u. rnaicn, .
TV. J. Otto. K of R. J. a
CASTLE HALL. ROBERT Ev COWAN.
No Ml. K. of P.. West Hall Centvry
bulldlnc Ninth and OUs Streets On
Monday May 1" at 8 p. m . sharp. Wnrlt
to. rank of Knlsht. Visitors cordially Invited.
E E MANAHAN. f a
Attest: Henry II. Luebbert. K. cf 11 ft B.
CHEVALIER IODOE. NO. TO. K. OF
P. Csstle hall In Odd Fellows' Temple.
Hall No. 1. eighth floor Regular meet
Inns etery Wednesday evor.tnE. o clock
harp Bufinee- of Importance Wedmsdny een-lne-
May 13. 1J02 Vtitlns; knlchts alwas wel
eame. . HTANLET D. PBARCE. C. r
AtteeT: lul W. Forsenfrel. K. of R. . S . ISjJ
COLUMRIA LODGE. NO. r26. K. OF
ife P.. tneets every Tuesday eienlnc at 8
V o'clock. East Hall. Century bulldtns;.
r Nlrth and Ollie streets. Tuesday evening.
JXay SO Work In rank of Evjulre. Members re
attcated to be present and visitors welcome
O A. SCHENK. C. C.
J. T. Demptey. K of R & a
fe FUTURE OREAT LODGE. NO 271. K
tiaafrot P., rneeU e cry Wednesday evening at
S t o clo-k at Howards Hall ThlrllMh
S and Olive etreeta Wednesday evenlrr.
May 21. Work in rank of Esquire. Visiting knights
always welcome. WJI. L. EULBR. C C.
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. A S.
GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO. C2,
meets even- I'rldiv evenlnc Hall
2, tenth floor. Century bu.l2lng;. Ninth
, and ume streeia isusmrs oi im
nnrlanre 'tn all the old membera All
xnombcra expected Friday. May 23.
Visitors cordially initea
j 11. aiiiajbu. .. u.
Henry C. Scott. K. of It. & B.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 304. K. OF l
Mrntets every Wedneaday erenlng In Cen-
tury bullilnr. Ninth and Olive etreeti.
Members expected and visitors cordially
i'lnvltaoU. Work In the rank of Esquire Wednes-
3. W. Campbell. K. of R. fe s'.
PARAOON LODGE. NO. EJ, K. OF P ,
meets eery Tuesday evennic In hall No.
t 3 Odd Feilows- building. Ninth and Olive
bbb streets. ?ert iueaay. ranx oi luiignc
Members and visitors are cordlallr Invited
ROY Y. DREYHUS, C. C.
Attest: Frank Johnson. IC. of R. & S.
PREMIER LODGE. NO. 243. K. OF P.
tamVaV Reaulex meeting; eiery Tbursday even
OT log at hall No 1. Odd Fellows' building:.
Thursday, May 22. Members are request
ed to be present. Special buslnrrs meeting. Vis
itors cordially incited
JNO. A. BRUNER. C. C.
J. F. Wltte, K. of R. & S.
4, RED CROSS LODGE. NO. St IC OF P.
JJK Recular meeting every Wednesday een.
IQrior at Odd Fellows' Hall, Ninth and
Olive. Next meeting May 20. Work In
tha second rank. AU Pythlans fraternally
Invited to bepresent
W. I TRUCKENMILLER, C. C.
. H. W, Beldlng. K. of R & S
7.ITT.T.MX I1DGE NO. 32L K. OF T..
meets Monday evening In regular conven
tion. May l, in liaii iNO. i. leinn nw
Building, at a o ciock. ivorx in
amplified Rank of Knight. Members expecti
and vlaltors cordially Invited to attend
DOCTOR L. E LEHMBERO. C C
Kmgni. iiemoers petwu
Attest: O. M. Brooks.-K.ofn.A.R.,
IKDEPEPTDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
ljTjXjXrLnjL-ii-innj " r i"-!-!-J" -""
ANCHOR LODGE. NO. 322, I. O.
O. F.. meets eery Monday night at
ner Clinton and Broadway.
U ClU.Jk K i.ucuunm a ,.a... vw-
UAVlu ri.il i,
Chss. E. Camp. Secretary.
-- ARCADIAN LODUB. SO. 33. 1.
JaaHaHak. O O T.. meets every Friday eien
Kaaaal lng at 8 o'clock at Fraternal butld
H inc. In Hall No. 7. northwest corner
Eleventh street and Franklin avenue. Visiting
FrStner. cordl.il, .nvlt..o .Uend.
Phil Y. Platr. Secretar
..... unnrv uvnUPUKCT.
No. 1. I. O. O. V. vwidey Encamp
ment meets every second and fourth
. .... ...k nM.h VTIcltln IU.
trlarchs are most cordially Invited and members
earnestly requested, to attena. wctk ev ery -sen-don.
Our next meeting, something of Interest to
all ancampmeni members. Fraternallv.
au iciui, WJL pQgyg, c r
F. O. Hhoades. Scribe.
LACLEDE LODGE. NO 22. I O
O. F., meets every Thursday night
at 8 p. m . Odd Fellows' HalL Ninth
n n!ltp fttreetn. April 17. Impor
tant oualness. Every member requested to be
preaant at 0S3--JAjfEK. Noble Grand.
lVtaS.linoU. street. Fecreury.
MECHANICS' LDDllE. ru. . 1
O O. F.. meets every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock, at Frank P. Blair Post
n i T 1111. 1?Mt .Isrket St Vltlt-
toi brothers cordially Invited to attena vi oris in
U. degree. .ry tn.etlng N Q
Oeorge H. Mulligan. Secretary. 4118 Cote Brll
.. fcr AT-r- .' ! T f
VVluUbl UUl'Vtli. vs. a. .. j,
O. F.. meeU Tuesdsy evening of
each week at Hall No. 1, Odd Fel
invf btilMlnr. corner Ninth and
Olive, at 8 o'clock. The third degree will be
SJifJrri Tuesday. Mai 27 Visitors cordlallj
Cvlted. J. - PRICHARD. N. O.
Herroan Heuser. Secretary. -
AXOUEMT rUE AHB
CORNERSTONB LODGE, NO. S2S. A.
K. A A. M. A special communication will
be held at Masonic Temple, Grand and
tinner avenues. Monday. Iay 13. at 7 p.
8B. work first degree. Also a regular communi
cation at 8 p. m.; first degree Visitors always
walcoma. Members are specially requested to at-
taad thla meeting.
sew. u b. WA5TER e SEEUOSTER. W. M.
- June. A. Smith. Jr.. Srtary.
OEORGE WASHINGTON .LODGE, NO.
, A. F. A A. M . will hold stated com
munication at B O CIOCK urrjZ w".
May 37. at Maaonlc Temple, Grand and
Cfinav avenues, vvonc in tee i. "Ia.'.'"':
mtera Si ewneitlr requested to attend. Vu-
v H-mrr Uhoq. Screurr.
MISSOURI LODGn. NO. 1. A;F. & A.
v. Stated communication on Thursday,
Jun t at 7:30 p. m.. at Corinthian Hall,
Grand Avenu. Masonic Temple E. A.
A. a tn..alHAaM 'I.enKap. -etiKTad
(TiatUac trethrtn fraternjlb' Invited to at
.,n CIIAS. MCLEAN. W. Jt
It ED 5IK..
OPECAXCANOUOIi TRIBE. NO. 50, XM-
provl Order of K-d Men. hold council nrs at
Uchtstone Hall. routheait corner Franklin ave
nue and Eleventh street. Hunting a rounds of
Pt Leoul. eery baturday evenlnc at b o'cloctc
All chiefs cordially lmlted
V, F. DOAXE. Sachem.
A. lck. C. of R . ISM South Fourteenth streot.
fJLk STANDING EIK TRIBE. NO. 35.
M Improved Order of Red Men, meet
KAa vri- Thursday fleep at DruldB Hall.
iU poutoeazt corner Ninth and Market
,i"" etreeta. first Thursday of each moon.
Adoption denree, recond Thursday, Warriors d"-
crec. third TbaraJa), Chiefs depre; fourth
ThurJay. tribal business .siting chiefs lnxlted
to our councils.
VTkUTEn C MOORE. Sachem.
E. Scoll. a tf R , C34D Wash su
CUVN IMDUGIaAP. NO. 3. ORDUR
of hcottlfh Clans meets first and
third Tue5das of each month nt
IMclBtlcJccr's Hall, corner Grand and
Easton aenue Vltltlnjr ciattsineii
cord I a IK IruitM to atttntl
CIIAS S MACKINZIi:. Chief.
No SSTS Theodosla avenue
Attest Olllls llerctj. fcecretan.
No. SS30 Bartmer avenue
FRATERNITY surolies Tor all ocletics. flais
and banner rarjn A. Co, 1010 Fine t.
LslUERTy COUNCIL, NO 3, JR., O. U. A M .
irerts every Thursday evenlrg at Garfield Hall.
Thirteenth and Wright streets. Visitors uelcon-e,
C E. WALTLRS, Councilor, K3 Urookljn
AtUftt: 1. C Rlmmey, Reccrdlnc iecretarj, 1313
fiT. L.EO COURT. NO OC. W. C O F..
meets second und foutth Mondays at 8 p m. at
bt. Ieo's Hall Twenty-third and Mullannhr
arrets. MRS MARGARET LAlET. C R.
1945 Rcnton street.
Mm. M. E Daw kins. Recordtnir Scretary,
2949 Sheridan avenue.
THE BLUE AND THE GRAT
meets nt the rooms of the Mis
souri Historical Society. 1600 Lo
cust street, upon call of the com
mandant. JOSEPII BOTCEL Captain.
II C, Robblnn. First Sergeant.
AEGIS TEMPLE. NO 3. RATHRONK RIS
tera meets even second and fou-th Monday
night, at Fraternal Hall, northwest corner Elev
enth street and Franklin avenue. Visiting fl-frs
Invited All members please be prent Monday
nltht. May 1 Nraw. 8t $, B a
AI1I William.. M. of R. A C.
GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI ROT
al Arcanum. S0S-311 Holland Bulldlm
A cordial welcome to visitor., frlendl,
brethren and members from abroad.
V H. BACON. G R.
Jere Haldmn. Acting Grand Secy.
T CHE'ALIER COUNCIL. NO. 108J.
fW Ttoval Arcanum, meets first and third
40 Fridays ot each month at Howard's
m Hall. Garrison avenue and Olive street.
Visitors cordially welcomed and pleasantly enter
W. H. MILLER. Repent.
Burt Elder. Secretary.
FOREST PARK COUNCIL. NO. K7.
Rojal Arcanum, meeta the first and third
Tuesday evenlnES of each month at Bn
fn. ftnll northeast corner Prather ard
Manchester avenues, at 8 o'clock Membera ar.
-auested to attend Vlfltora cordially Invited.
q JAS. O ROSUOROUGII. Resent.
W. A. Brasher. Secretary.
2 OLlVUrTE COUNCIL. NO. 7S9. ROTAL
'Tntl? Arcanum, meets first and third Mondays
Kl tt each month at Burlington bulldlnc. No
" no Ollv e street. Visiting brothers cordially
Invited W. F. HOURIGAN. Regent.
W II Rolf. Secratarv.
XHieam or columbci.
BT. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO.
eSI. meeta .very first and third
Tuesday at West End Hall,
southeast corner Finney and
Vandeventer avenuea. Visiting
knight, ar. cordially invited.
JOHN 8 LEAHT,
Jo. C Carroll, Jr.. Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO
CC6. Knights of Columbu" meets
evry second and fourth Tuesday
In the West Hall. Century build
ing. Ninth and Olive treets Vis
iting knights co-dlallv Invited.
TV. L. MEE. Grand Knight.
F. P Leonard. Recorder
TUTURE GREAT COUNCIL. NO. Hi. NA
tlonal Union, meet, second and fourth Honda;
each month, at Howard's Hall. Garrison avenue
and Ollv. street Visiting frlend always wel
come. JAS O JENNINGS. President.
Geo G. HutTt. Secretary.
MOUND CITT COUNCIL. NO 1BI.
National Union, meets on second and
fourth Fridays each month at Howard s
Hall corner Garrison avenue and Olive
;;.i t a o'clock. Next meeting. May
23. "Ladles' Night." F. t. GU.NN. Prtaiuenl.
Richard n. Berger. Secretary.
nAn. nnrr-. nwfl!l TfV .11 T ft S
Reialar meetings second and fourth Tuesdays
la each month at Bowman's Hall, northeaat wr
cer Eleventh and Locust atreeta. Visiting For
ester. Itjt TtOTERJIANN.Ch.-f Ranger
Wm. O Wright. R-cordlng Secretary. No. 4tn
SOUTH SIDH COUNCIL. NO. 85,
Rojal -League, metts every second
and fourth Mocdai of the mnth at
Anchor Hall. Park and Jefferson
J. J. FRANKLIN. Arcbcn.
F. J. Stanley. Scribe.
GREELET COUNCIL. NO 111.
Roval League, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday evening, at
hall EM Burlington building, 8 0 Olive
street, at 8 p n. Next regular meet
ing vveanesaay evening. .May Zi.
A good time Is prom.Bed to all.
Cigars nltvajB on hand All members
of the order fraternally Invited. Mem
bers expected Fraternally
DANIEL H. PFISTER. Archon.
II. II Jones, Scribe.
ORDER OP COLUiiniAX KMGIITS.
ni. ujuio ujum, ko. 15. ORDER
3r cf Columbian Knlchts. meets every
m. aecand and fourth Mcndav at hall vA
PE) 3. Odd Fellows' building. Visiting
meiiiDer. oc ine oruer are alwaya wel
come. Clear, and InlMatlnna Bt .11
meetings. W. L. TERRIER. Pres.
John F. Ryan. Secretary, Wells Fargo Express
EXPRESS LODGE. NO. 71 All
brothers are earneHly requested to at
tend the next meeting-. May 22 We
will hear from the Titertntnmnt rvw,
mlttee and other Important business Is
on nana, ine crator win arrange for a
good Drogramme Vlxltora are atn.i.
DOCTOR A. P. JORDAN. President.
F. E. Kalter. Eecretary.
FIREMEN'S 1HBTOR1CAL SO
CIETY meets third Sunday el
sat altf HAntK . V. .. .
----- "i" .. . ""'"i at W- U.a AtO. AkVf
iaxuii it. au &i. ajouis voiuniecr nremen art
Invited to attend.
RICHARD E. BOLTON. Frtildtnt.
Thomas Lynch Secrtarr.
rtanfc M. Rrooks. AvslKtant Se-retary.
MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOC1-
;::. ety. 16M Locust Street Regular
c 9? ' monthly meetings held on the
iivwhi iiiutBu.T ui hcu munm
at 8 p. m. from November till
April, Inclustve. The building Is
cpen dally from 9 a. m till z p.
m. Sunday afternoons from 3 till
b ine puonc are coraiauy in
vited to visit the library end museum
JOHN H. TERRY. President.
Henry H. Denlson. Secretary.
K3HGBTS OF VATHKR MATHEW.
ST. LAWRENCE O'TOOLE COUNCIL. No. 8,
Knights of Father Kathew. meet, on first and
third Monday of each month, at School Hall, mj
O'Fallon street. All member, requested to b.
present. Visitors welcomed.
JOHN M. HENNESST.
Chief 8Ir ICnlght.
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD.
MOUNT AUBURN CAMP, NO. 2. "WOOD
men of the World meets at Kicker'. Hall, New
stead avenu. and North Market streets, every
Friday ot ach month. Members expected and
visitors cordlallr Invited to b, present
c w. Tacke. qcTK.
.... ...nn...c . iit. Vtrrrnv.. . w..u
World, meet second and fourth Monday of each
month at rratemal building Eleventh street and
Franklin avenue. Hall No. i. Visitor, welcome.
. M. SAUL, Con. Con.
L. Rosenblatt. Clerk.
8TLVAN CAMP. NO. 2t2. WOODMEN OF TKK
World, meet, second and fourth Thursdays .t
Mann's Hall. S'J0 North Broadway. Visiters wel
come. W. C. YEAGER. C C
1 c Fchuienourg. v-ierit.
TERMINAL CAMP. NO 234. WOODMEN OF
the World, meeta every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at Blair Post Hall. 1108 Market street.
Visitors always welcome.
R. J. WEIL. G C.
C. G. Ctobb. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. ELK CAMr.
No. 277. W. O. W.. meeta at Wentx Hall, cornet
Eighteenth-and Lynch streets, every Wednesday
evening. Visitors welcome,
J. C. BADCLIFFS, C. &
Geo. L. Btrg. Clerk.
Warehouse to Cost $250,000 Will
15e Tiiiilt for Crunden-Mai'lin
BIG INCREASE IN BUILDING.
Church of IToly Eedeoiiier Is Sold
to Spiritualists Good Re
ports From Real K
rollonltiR tho exceptional actlvlly in real
ty deals tho demand Jor building permits
last week was greater than for ajiy corre
sponding vtcel; vtithin the la-t few ears.
Af brisK. as it was. nalty dealers are of
the opinion that tiic rale of lots, especially
for residence purposts. far exceeds, tho
building progress. Thf delay in this line is
attributed to the high prica of bulldlnc
It is said that ot tho present time the
cost of Iumbir and all kinds of material
ucd in liouso construction is fully 25 per
cent higher than the normal price, and tho
alliance is causinj; man protective home
builders to delaj operations. Warm weather
lb expected to brine - reduction in prices.
nether this proves tru or i.ot, con
tractors are counting upon a busy bummer,
particularly in tho erection of dwellings.
Thousands of lots have been sold the last
fen weeks, and it is argued that advanceb
in rentals will Induce immediate building;
notwithstanding the high pi ice of material.
A warehouse to cost f21.0A will be
erected on the lot SuOxlW feet, between
Slain, Gratiot and Plum streets, dlractly
opposite the Iron Mountain Itailroad Depot,
'lhc property was sold vesttrday by Rich
ard V. Ulrica to Theophilus Conzelman (or
The warehouso will be used by the Crun-dcn-Mdrtin
Woodenware Company. The
warehouse will bo -bout flvo nories and
will cover almost the entire block. I'lans
will be completed and contracts let this
Several large apartment houses to be
erected In the West Iind were announced
esterda. Thomas -Dunn states that on
one of his lots, the location o which he
prefers to keep secret for tho present, ho
will put up a luuidsome family hotel which
'will cost more than WOO, 000
A. I. V. Mueller is having plani pre
pared for an apartment house at tho south
east corner of Forest Park boulevard and
Kuiiid avenue, the lot lor which he pur
chased jtsterday. It will cost in the neigh
borhood of J100.000
Contracts havo been lot for a WO.OOO ad
dition to the Purina Mills at the corner of
Kighth and Gratiot streets Conrad Keller
mann will put up the building under the
direction of A. Iilalr Itldington, architect,
and William II. Brvan, consulting engineer.
A feature about the contract that is at
tracting attention among contractors is that
tho building must be comnleted with
in forty dajs. This is record-breaking
time, but It -nill probably be accomplished.
Another feature Is that the latest mothod
of applying concrete to wall building will
be tried. On the ground floor a bowling
alley will be fitted up for the recreation of
operathes. and bathrooms and a laundry
will be added.
Tho property of the Church of the Holy
Redeemer. Episcopal, was finally disposed
of jesterdaj, the First Spiritual Associa
tion of St. Lou's- being the purchaser.
The price paid was $15,000 This church,
which is on Pine street. No. 3100 west, was
practically bought by the CLurch of the
Immaculate Conception more than a week
ago, through Kdward Butler. The Arch
bishop declined to ratify the sale, upon the
grounds that the location encroached upon
the parishes of St. rrancfc-X.lr and St.
The purchase gives the Spiritualists a
homo for the first time in their history in
bt. Louis. For the last several years they
have been meeting at the Odeon Frank J.
Wallace, P. H. Baker and Charles 'Brown
are mmed ns trustees for tho properly In
behalf of the Spiritualists.
SALE OF KEVNETT CASTLE.
William K. Kavanangh Purclinacil Es
tatc from It. S. ISrookinfia.
William K. Kavaraugh has purchased
Kennett Castle, a handsome estate on the
Mississlpnl River, forty miles south of the
city, from Robert S. Brookings. Neither
party to tho sale cared to state the price
paid, but among real estate men the Impres
sion Is that It was more than $100,000. The
estate consists of 4,300 acres of land, and.
the castle Is a splendid edifice
The building was crocted by Luther M.
Kennett about fifty ears ago, and is of
gray stone, quarried on the estate. Half a
century has left but dim marks upon tho
carvings of the massive blocks, and even
the tracings on the cement mortar are bare
ly tlme-stalned. It is a square structure,
two stories and basement, with a four-story
tower and observatory rising from the right
corner. The observatory on top may be
seen for many miles up and down tho river.
Mr. Kavunaugh purchased all the furni
ture in the house, and most of It is an
tique, great four-poster beds of mahogany,
massive sideboards and wardrobes, quaint
chairs and rare old tapestry. He also
bought the steam launch and all the horses
and cattle on the place, and when his fam
ily moves thero for the summer tho ap
pointments will be found well nigh com
plete. The house contains about twenty
rooms and an idea of its size 1 gathered
from the fact that the main hallway is 123
Mr. Brookings had ownpd Castle ICennett
ten years and kept up the traditions given
it by the Kennett family for hospitality
amid most picturesque surroundings. It
probablv will continue to be the sceno of
congenial house parties.
Tho new owner has not decided what ho
will do with all of his 4,300 acres of land.
As president ot the Interstate Car Transfer
Company, and a director of several other
enterprises, Mr. Kavanaugh has l'ttle time
himself for Btock raising, he sas, but very
likely ho will secure a manager to look
after it for him.
Alplc Jk IlrmmelmnnQ.
Aiple & Hemmelmann "Real Estate Com
pany report the following sales: No. 2713
Armand street, a two-tory brick dwelling
of two modern flats, four and live room?,
hall, bath, etc., with lot 23x123; ownd bv
Anna Hohenschlld, was sold to J. A. Oge
No. 15S7 Gratiot street, a two-story. !x
room brick of two three-room flats; lot I5x
100. from Michael Burns et al. to R. L.
Grlnnan for $1,500.
Nos. 123S and 1240 Aubert avenue, a double
brick of four fiats, with all modern con
veniences; lot 43x137; renting for 31,0tS a
year; from Argylc Real Estate and Invest
ment Company: sold to a client of Lincoln
Trust Company: $9,000.
Also to the same party. No. 1244 Aubert
avenue, a two-story, nine-room brick dwel'
lng, bath, hot and cold water and all con
veniences; lot 30x137, for $lTO.
No. 2203 Arsenal street, a two-story and
mansard brick dwelling of nine room", with
modern conveniences; lot 27.6x1216; owned
by C. W. Jobnson; sold to a client for
Fisher & Co.
Fisher & Co.'s snlei were five In number
and aggregated $30,000. as follows:
Nos. 2203. 2205 and 2207 Market street, lot
60x73. a two-story brick building, modern,
covering the entire frontage of this lot,
which is divided into six three-room flats,
all supplied with modern sanitary plumbing.
These flats rent for $13 each, or $114 a
month. Property of Thomaa Dunn; sold to
John Rova of CInclnnitt. O.. for $10,475.
Puichased as an Investment.
Also. No. 3103 Pine street, a three-story
twelve-room etono-front dwelling, modern
Improvements, with lot 37x123, property of
Colonel Wells II. Blodgett; sold to John
nnd Mary McMcnamy for $6,500. Mr. Mc
Menamy will- occupy this property as his
Fisher & Co. also sold No. 2317 Franklin
avenue, a one-story brick shop in front and
a two-story tenement in rear, renting for
$62 a month; lot 25x155; property of J. R.
Rlckham; to Jacob Lelbrccht for $5,650.
Mr. Lclbrecht will improve this lot at once,
erecting a three-story building, covering tho
entire front, extending northwardly 100 feet,
which he will occupy as a bakery and con
lectionerv when completed.
Also. Nos. 1808 and 1S0SA Kennett place,
lot 25x122 feet, a three-story stone-front
building, arranged In flats of Ave and seven
rooms, renting for $49 a month: property of
B. Nugent: sold to Michael J. Klein for
$5,000. Purchased as an investment.
Also. No. 2828 Clara avenue, between
North Market street and St. Louis avenue,
a nnsr one-story four-room frami dwelling.
lust completed, with lot 23x150: property of-
A. jj. wumn; boiu u? james A. uoraes xor
SOUTHERN CAPITALISTS BUY
THE FAIRMOUNT APARTMENTS.
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THE FAIRMOUNT APARTMENTS.
Fairmount and Academy avenuea, sold last November to Joslah Scott for $13,000; refold
last week to A. B. Bialr for $70,000. by James C. Espy of Paul Jones '& Co.
James C. lp- of Paul Jones & Co has
sold the Fairmount apartmen's. southeast
corner of Fairmount and Academy avenues,
for Uie account of Josiali Scott, to A. B
Blair and others, nonreEldents, for $70,000.
Mr. Scott purchased thi3 property through
Paul Jones & Co. last November at a fig
ure whereby he profits on the sale $5,000, be
sides his earnings from the rents.
The Fairmount apartment-house is one
of the most complete and modern rental
properties in the cltj, the sTOund occupied
being 161 feet on Fairmount avenue by 1S2
feet on Academy avenue, the Pubtirbjm
right-of-way skirting the property on tho
rear. Both the Page avenue and the Dcl
mar lines of the Transit Company aio only
two blocks away.
There are four buildings in the r.iirmount
apartment property, three handsome stono
S1.00 Mr Cordes wilr occupy this property
for his home.
Albert G. Illankc.
Albert G. Blanke sold No 4777 Odell ave
nue, a two-storv brick residence containing
nine rooms, bath, reception hall, furnace,
etc., with lot SSxlSO. from J. W. Verborg to
James r. Sutherlln, for $1,(00 Mr. Sutner
lln purchased for a home.
Also No. 6941 Maiquette avenue, a five
room frame- dwelling, with lot 30x130, from
Otto J. WUhelml to August H. Koeliing.
for $1,J00. Mr. Koeliing purchased for a
William Keane sold to J. W. Williams on
the west side of Union avenue. Just south
of Ridge, No. 1393. a nine-room modern
house, lot 28x125. Mr. Williams purchased
for a home. Price $6,000.
Sold northeast corner of Aubert avenue,
and Suburban tracks, lot Mxl23, for a client
to A. A. Fisher. The owner will Improve.
Terr A. Sons.
Terry & Sons report the closing of the
following sales, with a number mora under
contract to be closed later on.
Lot 424x164 feet, wutheast corner of For
est Park boulevard and Euclid avenues;
from Amelia G. Mason of Chicago, 111., to
A L. V. Mueller of this city. Mr. Mueller
was represented by McNair & Harris in
tha transfer. Mr. Mueller purchased for an
investment, intending to Improve with an
Tills makes the second large role made
by this Arm in that vicinity recently, hav
ing sold the adjoining property on Duncan
avenue to the Public School Board a few
months ago; also 50x160 feet, north side of
Westminster place, from F. II Wjman of
New York to W. E. Hall, who purchased
the lot for $4,200, and expects to build a
residence on the same.
Alo closed a. lease on seven acres of
ground, south s'de Wabash Railroad, be
tween Talor and New stead, particulars of
which cannot be disclosed at present.
J. I. Epstein.
J. I. Epstein repons Jhe following
ror last wees;
Lot on tho north side of Lindell boule
vard, east of Whlttier street, having a
front of 55 feet 6 Inches by a depth of 175
feet, from William It. Fornoff to Haw
thorne Investment Company for $130 a foot,
or $7,220. They will immediately Improve
with a modern apartment house.
Also sold 150 feet on the north side of Isl
ington avenue, east of Clarence avenue, at
$2) a foot, or $3,000. from William Pohlmin
to F. W. Kraft.
Also sold 175 feet on the south sldo of
Lexington avenue, east of Clarenco avonue,
from William Pohlman to F. W. Kraft for
$20 a foot or $3,500.
Also, the northeast corner of Washington
nvenuo and King's Highway boulevard,
having a frontage on Washington avenue
of 100 feet by a lepth on King's h'ghway of
180 feet to the Forest City Building Com
pany for tha account of Emma Eyssell. for
$27,000. The Forest Cltj Building Com
pany will Immediately erect extensive Im
provements, an account of which will be
Also sold 173 feet of ground, fronting on
the north s'de of Ashland avenue, east of
Clarence avenue, from William Pohlman to
F. W. Kraft for $19 a foot, or $3,325.
Also sold 23 feet on the north side of
Ashland avenue, east of Clarence avenue,
from William Pohlman to D. Smith for $J3
a foot, or S3"0.
Oeorjce L. ZlmmeTer.
George L. Zimmerer reports the following
No. 2134 South Compton avenue, nine
room modern dwelling, arranged for two
flats, renting for $3SS. sold for $J,S80. from
Herman C. Witter to a client, who pur
chaed for an investment.
No. 3S71 Juniata street, a new eight-room
slate-roof dwelling, strictly up to date, lot
30x12). sold for J. G. Zimmerer to Arthur
A. Thomas, for $4,570.
No. SS63 Juniata street, a new eight-room
Queen Anne dwelling, all modern conveni
ences, sold for J. O Zimmerer to a client;
lot 30x123; prlco, $4,370.
Itoynl Investment Company.
The Royal Investment Compiny reports
the snlo of 100 fet of ground on the south
line of MePherson avenue, from the
Schuchmann Realty Company, by trustee,
to C R. H. Davis Real Estate Company,
for $50 a foot.
Charles I. Voerl.
Charles r. Vogel reports tho following
No. 3339 Nebraska avenue, northwest cor
ner of Miami street, a two-story brick
building containing two stores on the flrtt
floor and a flat of five rooms nnd bathroom
on tho second floor: lot 23x125 feet; for
$7,100' from Edward H. Fisher to Joseph J.
and Marv A. Gucker who purchased for a
homo and business purposes.
No. 3452 Oregon avenue, between Cherokee
anl Potomac streets, a two-story six-room
brick dwelling, with liundry and cellar, lot
23x127 feet, for $2,800: from Edward C.
Schrocder to Henry and Rebecca Koene
mann, who purchased for a home.
Nos. no and 112 Russell avenue, a double
two-story brick dwelling containing twelve
rooms; also a two-story twelve-room brick
dwelling in rear; lot 46x114 feet, for $4 000;
from Philirp Sauerwein to a client, who
purrha"d for Investment.
No. 4346 Prntrie avenue, between Carter
pnd norl-sant avenurs. a one nnd one-half
story frame cottage containing four rooms,
lot 23x100 feet, for $1,230: from W. Rady to
James H. McCord, who purchased for a
Charles F. Vogel also reoorts the sale of
Mapl" Grove Farm, In Bond Countv, Illinois,
situated six miles from Greenville, consist
ing of 2S0 acres, all in cultivation; twenty
flvo acres in fruit; five-room frame houe,
harn and all necessary outbuildings: sol
to Edward Wedeklnd of Pulakl County.
Missouri, who intends to remove to Illinois.
The grantor was John W. Vaughn and the
price paid was $11,300.
Love A Sons.
Lovo & Sons last week made the follow
No. 3170 Arthur avenue. In Lohmeyer
Heights, consisting of a s;ven-room ItficK
house on lot 25x140 ftet Sold from David
son Bros. Improvement Company to Joseph
F. Kelsker and wife for $2,275 cash.
Bought for a home.
Also lot on Burd avenue, west sloe. 100
feet north of Minerva avenue, 23x125 feet.
Sold from Doctor J. B. Rice of Butler
County. Missouri, to De Hodlamont Plan
ing Mill Company for $25 a front foot. Buyer
!il erect a nice stock-brick dwelling on lot
The Nlcholls-Ritcr Realty and Financial
Company sales for the week amounted to
$75,430. Thev had a very active week, hav
ing clored the following sales:
Sold to Doctors a M. and Mary Dodd
the handsome building lot fronting 50 feet
on the south lin of Washington boulevard,
by 200 feet deep, lot being located 100 feet
west nt Tflvlftr nv.m fnr ttOO a front foot.
or $3,000, for account of the Horton Realty I
fronts on Fairmount avenue and a buff
brick building on Acadtmj and the Subur
ban Hallway. The. buildings are divided
Into fourteen flats and tlire stores, the en
tire proprtv containing seventy-eight
rooms, besides the stores, basements and
The property ! now- bringing in an In
come of $o,0W a year, at prices considered
ery fair when heat, hot water. Janitor
nervice, otc, are considered
Paul Jones & Co. will retain the agency
of the property at present Tha sale indi
cates the benefits fct. LouU is recflvlng
through the advertising incident to tho
World's Fair. Mr. Blair came here as the
representative of certain large Southern In
terests. Mr. E-py. salesman for Taul Jones & Co .
was formerly a newspaper reporter and has
only been In tho real estate business one
J ear. His success is proing out of the or
dinary, he having closed a number of good
doals. besides giving his personal attention
to a large rental list.
the Hygeniean Homo of the Doctors Dodd
and waB bought by them to eifford a lawn
on tho east of the property. Ihe locality of
lavlor and Washington avenues is iaiprov
Ingverj' much, and a number of handsome
new houses ara now being built on tho
They also sold to H. E. Holloway a fine
building lot on the north side of McPher
son avenue, west of Tajlo-, about 300 feet
cast of Whlttier. for account of J. N.
Snowden. Mr. Holloway paid $S0 a front
foot, $4,000. for a 30-fout lot, and has en
caged his brother, the well-known archi
tect, to prepare plans for a handomo
building on this lot. Improvements will be
commenced at once. This location Is a lit
tles west of tho handsome property of Mr.
Nugent, on tho corner ot Taj lor and Mc
They also sold to Mr. Alonzo L. Jordan of
the Arm of Jordan & Sanders, nine-room
frame house and lot lKb.H3 at Long View
for $2,3W This property is located on tho
corner of Glandalo road and Ellen avenua
and was bousht by Mr. Jordin for a home.
They also sold a handsome residence lot
for $10,700. particulars of which thev aro
not at liberty to glvo out until next w'eek.
They also closed a sale of a tract aggre
gating $33,230, particulars of which wlU be
given to the public next week.
Nlcholls-Ritter also report a number of
The Qreer-Anderon Realty Company ex
changed a double bufT brick building, Nos.
4423-2-29 St. Louis avenue, consisting of
four flats and a frame dwelling adjoining,
lot 50x169 .feet, from Sausallto Investment
Company to George II. Rathbun for 133
acres of mineral land In Jefferson County.
Missouri. Tho Sausallto Investment Com
pany will prospect for lead on this land, as
the entire country Is being prospected at
present. It Is not far from the Bonne Terre
AIso sold the southeast corner of St. Fer
dinand nvenue and Sarah street, consisting
of two two-story brick store buildings, with
flats above, rented to grocery, saloon and
bakery store; rents for $.. a month; lot 52x
CO; price $8,5i!0. from II. E. Fapln, secretary
of Moflltt-West Drug Companj, to J. J.
McDermott. Mr. McDermott sold this prop
erty to Mr. Papln about six months ago and
has Just repurchased it, feeling that the In
vestment Is a good one.
Sold to Charles H. Dodgo 116x110 feet on
Farlln and Clarence avenues nt $21 a foot.
Mr. Dodge Is thinking of putting up sev
Also sold No. 1333 January avenue, four
room frame house, lot 30x125 feet, near the
World's Fair district, from C. W. Ohrndorf
to Georgo W. Mallow, who purchased for an
Also four lots. 400x200 f'et, on Eighth
street, in De Soto, Mo.. Mount PleaFant sec
ond addition at $4 a foot, from Sausallto
Investment Company to William Rltey.
3Iercantlle Trust Coinpuny.
The Mercantile Trust Company reported
a very satisfactory week's business in all
lines In Its real estate department. The
Inquiry for business Investment propel ly.
as well as residences, both high priced and
more modest homes, continues unabated
and they have added another new sales
man during the week to give proper atten
tion to their increased inquiry.
The' report the sale of the southeast cor
ner or Nineteenth and lino streets, lot 75x
109. being practically a vacant lot, for tho
account of Henry P. Phipps and Frank II.
Phipps of New York, for $21000 cash, the
purchaser being Amedee V. Re burn. Jr.
This site is well known locally, being for
many years the location ot tho Natatorium.
Tho purchaser contemplates tho erection
of a modern building for a tenant. Mr.
Reyburn has recently purchased several
largo Pino street properties, and without
waiting for tenants, has erected modern
buildings, suitable to "New fat. Louis," and
has not only succeeded in building up the
localities in which he has entered, but has
made very satisfactory investments for
himself. The grantors in the transaction
were represented by Messrs. Cornet & Zei
big. This company reports having passed deeds
Saturday for the sale of the Wetmore To
bacco Factory, at Fourteenth and Pine
streets, sold one month ago at public; auc
tion, for $120,000 Delay In closing transi
tion was occasioned by the absence of tho
purchaser, A. H. Handian In Mexico.
Aim piece of Twentieth street prqnertv be
tween St. Charles and Locust, lot 2S feat on
Twelfth street, by a depth of 12S feet to an
alley, being on the east side of the street,
sold for the account of Amadee V. Re
burn, Jr., for $34,300 to Mrs. Theodora H. P.
Wallace, the purchaser being represented
by Messrs. Cornet & Zeiblg. Mrs. Wallace
is the owner of the 55 feet 4 Inches on the
northeast corner of Twelfth and St. Charles
streets, and purchased this property on the
advice of her agents, in order to give her a
larger corner, rendering her property more
valuable by making the lot of size commen
surate with tho location. There is at the
present time, a one-story brick building on
the property, rented to a livery stable at a
modest rental The purchaser paid cash
for the property.
The Mercantile Trust Company also re
port that a deed was filed esterday to J.
II. Holman, covering lot at Eighth and
Chouteau avenue, being the historic Brandt
mansion, sold some months ago. The prop
erty was sold at special commissioner's
sale, and the "law's delay" has prevented
filing of a deed to the property sooner. The
property was sold for $16.Oj0 and Mr. Hol
man contemplates erecting a modern box
factory on the lot
Also No. 2917 Pine street, a two-story,
eight-room brick house, erected on lot 23x
131, sold for the account of Mrs. Elizabeth
M. Gano for $2,250, the purchaser being
Augustine Etavard who bought as an in
vestment. The Mercantile Trust Company
have sold several houses on Pine street in
the last two months.
'Also No. 1218 Euclid avenue, a two-story,
lght-room brick residence, erected on lot
23x165, sold for the account of Mrs. L. E.
Waggoner for $1,775, the purchaser being
Karin Keilo, who bought for a home.
They also report the sale of the Church
of the Holy Redeemer on the north side of
Pine street between Thirtieth and Thirty
first streets, the property being sold for the
Rector, Warden and Vestrymen of the
Church ot tho Redeemer, for $15,000 cah,
the purchasers being Frank J. Wallace. I.
H. Baker and Gharles Brown, trustees, for
the First Spiritual Association. This church
cost a. great deal .more monfeysand the pur
chasers secured a decided bargain. There
were a number ot parties interested In this
fjurchase. The. congregation will make some
mprovements In the church and occupy It
as their house of worship.
Also No. 1144 Aubert avenue, a modern
two-story eight-room house, erected on lot
23x184: sold for the account of Mary A.
Mornsey for $1,630 cash, tho purchaser be
ing Louis A. Eosso.
The Mercantile Trust Company also re
ports negotiations pending In the matter of
two fine West End' residences, the demand
for this class of property being greater than
at any time for the past several jears.
The Mercantile Trust Company also re
ports mat ine wees in
ESS vlenrVac?rVe'and SSSt Sunday
there were as many as 250 people at the
branch office on the grounds. They have
closed a number of sales, and have the re
fusal en several others:. The purchasers who
have closed sirce last Sunday are as fol
lows: Jerome Kippenbergsr, CO feet on Oxford
G. E. Tavlor, CO feet on Tremont ave
Henry W. Heman, CO feet on Greenwood
J. J. McDonald, S3 feet on Canterbury ave
William A. Wood. CO feet on Tremont ave
P. Hoswald. CO feet on Commonwealth ave
C .1. Blake, CO feet on Commonwealth
l'rtd Lerv, CO feet on Tremont avenue,
John J. Crowley, 1CS feet on Canterbury
They also report that the week in rentals
and limits has b'tti very active, corsider-
ing the 'canon of the ear, and that they
have added several new renting accounts
j to their list within the past ten days.
.1. II. Ournllacli A Co.
J. II Gundlach & Co. report the follow
i l.ot -13V140. Harris avpnne. between Flor-
issant avenue and Grant street, from
O'I'allon Park Realty and lnvetment
Company to iMuis Nottebrok, at $42.50 a
foot. Mr. Nottebrok will build a $6,000 resi
dence on the lot.
No. 110 Ncwhouse avenue, lot 23x121, one
story frame dwelling, from Elizabeth MuU
to F. II. Hohengartcn, at $2,000.
Lot 25x113. north side of Alice avenue, be
tween Grant street and Algernon avenue,
from Thomas Brooks to William ICorf
m teller, at $800.
No. 373 Popo avenue, lot 3312X113. one
story frame, from William GUlespl to Cas
par Frislikorn, nt WO.I
Ixt 385x130, west side of Florissant ave
nue, between Mallinckrodt and Palm
streets, from Helene Schwaner et al. to
J. 1. Healy; ,0CO.
No 3W2 North Twenty-fifth street, lot
37h12S, two-story brick dwelling, from
Mrs. Miersch to John Lutz. at $2,tw.
Vlllium 1. cIou.
W P Nelson reports sale of the 10-room
house and 60-foot lot No. 6722 Clemens ave
nue, from C D. Bolln to W. Polemaa, for
$lo.(A Mr. Poleman will occupy this as
his residence. He says he has a number of
customers for similar houses. '
Also reports negotiations on hand for
salo of Century place, one-third of which
has been sold. Also reports several nego
tiations on hand ot property In Oxford
Lincoln Trait Company.
The Lincoln Trust Company reports the
following sales for last week:
Nos. LCS-3SA-40-40A Aubert avenue, double
two-story brick building arranged In four
modern flats of five rooms and bath on sec
ond floor, and four rooms and bath on first
floor, having a front of 50 ftet on the north
lino of Aubert avenue by a depth of 137 feet
on Maple avonue. and btlng the northeast
corner ot Aubert and Maple. This property
was Bold from a client ot the Alplo & Hem
melman Real Estate Company to Conway
Elder for an investment. This property
rents for $1.0s0 a ear, is well located and
will bring Mr. Elder a good Income on
amouit Invested: consideration. $9,000.
Northeast corner of Wells and Clara avenue-,
fronting 159 feet 6 Inches on the north
line of Wells avenue by a depth on the east
line of Clara av enue of 141 feet. This prop
erty was sold from Richard Lee Hall to H.
J. Everson. consideration $3,309. Mr. Ever
son will erect four modern two-story build
ings arranged In flats.
Property No. 124 Aubert avenu. lot 2Cx
137 feet, two and one-half story brick, con
taining eight rooms, reception hall, attic
and all modern Improvements; from a client
of the Aiple & Hemmelman Real Estate
Companv to Conway Elder: consideration.
$4.00u. This property was bought by -Mr.
Elder as an Investment and Is one of tho
many purchases made by him in this local
ity in the last six months.
Property in this vicinity brings good In
come, and for this rensoa the purchaer bo
lieves that he has an excellent Investment.
Lot 50x120 feet on the north side of
Labadle avenue, about 2"X feet west of
King's highway, from the Union Press
Brick Works to Charles George, considera
tion $793.25. Mr. George will immediately
begin the erection of a two and onc-half-story
brick building, with all modern im
provements, which he will occupy as a
home. This property is located In the sub-i
dlvl-icn known as King's Highway Heights,
in which a number of sales are bsing made
every week,, and, owing to the restrictions,
a very nlca class of homes is being erected.
This property Is sold on small cash pay
ments and monthly Installments.
No. 1369 Blt avenue, lot 25x140 feet, two-and-onq-half-story
modern house, contain
ing seven rooms, reception hall, bath, hot
and cold water and all Improvements, from
Lulu McClure to Doctor C. O. Mosby. 'After
making soma extensive improvements. Doc
tor Mosby will occupy same as a home.
An elegant six-room house on the north
side of Atlanta avenue, about 175 feet east
of Laclede boulevard. In Tuxedo Park,
lot 50x137 feet, from D. P. Schnellbachcr to
James E. Woods, for $1,550.
No. 3008 Indiana avenue, lot 25xl2 feet,
two-story, six-room brick, wltn elegant
front and side porches, from Lily A.
Welker to John W. Hannon. for $2.4i6. Mr.
Hannon bought for an Investment.
This company also reports that the sale
of lots In Tuxedo has been most active dur
ing tho past week. The following lota In
Tuxedo Park were sold:
Lot 50x130 feet In the south side of Tux
edo boulevard, between Laclede and Caro
line avenues, from Kent Jarvis, trustee, to
George Schriner; consideration. C-0.
Lot 50x130 feet on the north side of Provi
dence avenue, between Pacific and Cornelia
avenues, from Kent Jarvis. trustee, to
Georgo L. Thoerm; consideration, $109.
Lot lOOxlTO feet on the north side of At
lanta avenue, between Bompart and Mar
garet avenues, from Kent Jarvis. trustee,
to F. H. Fischer; consideration. $4K.
Henry llltmeni, Jr.
Henry iriemenz, Jr.. reports the follow-
nLotawet of Newstead avenue, having a
front 116 feet on tho south side of Duncan
avenuo and extending southwardly 491 feet
to the Wabash Railroad, owned by M.
Delahunt, who was represented by C. H.
Ti.rnr & Co , wa-s sold to the Polar Wava
Ice Companv for $12,000
No. 2913 North Spring avenuo. two-story
nlne-room brick dwelling with lot 67x270
feet, own.d by F. W. Plilmann was sold
for $3.2)0 to Doctor Vincent J. Mnller,
who bought for investment.
No 3331 Vista avenue, a two-story seven
room new brick dw elllng, with superior fin
ish and many extra conveniences, on a lot
26x119 feet, ow ned and only recently occu
pied bv William P. Sharkey, was sold for
fc.300 to Joseph P. Clark, who will occup
No 34"9 Vista avenue, one of the new
dwellings Just east of Theresa avenue
wen rooms and reception hall, strlrtij
modern as to conveniences and finish, with
lot 26x121. owned and built bv William P.
Sh-irkcv. was sold for $3,300 to L. C. W ick
ham. who bought for a home.
Kollas A Brlnkop.
Kollas St uriuKop report the
sales: . . , .
Lot 3Cxl23 feet on the west side of Penn
sylvania avenue, between Keokuk ar.a
Osage streets; from Christ Brinkop to L.
Renkert for $730
At the northwest comer of Miami street
and Nebraska avenue, a three-story brick
store building; from Edward II. Fisher to
Joseph Gacker. for $7,109. Mr. (sticker will
occupy this as a grocery store. Charles x.
Vogel represented the seller.
A lot 50125 feet on the north side of
Cherokee street, between Tennessee and
Louisiana avenues, for $1,500; tcm Anton
Huelsmann to John A. Hudson for 1,H.
Lot fronting 30 feet on the ast sle J
Tennessee avenue, between Potomac ana
Cherokee- from L. O. Renkert to Christ
Brinkoo for $400. .-..inr
House No. 1132 Rutger street, a two-story
brick, arranged as two tour-rooni u ..
tnt -romlnr To 1'arsi uvciiuc. ...,
from May Hudson to Anton Huelsmann lor
Mississippi Valley Trnut Company.
The Mlssl-sippl Valley Trust Company re
port that the demand for lots In Overland
Park continues and that the; last week thty
have made the follow ing sales In that sub-
diRudolDh Bclllar lot In block 1. front
in? lis ' feet oh the north line of Milton ave-
"M SlSt'h.rfeTln block 5 front
InclOl feet on tho east line of Goodala ave
nu bv 213 feet deep; $200.
A L. Seldhoff, lot U In block B. fronting
101 "feet on tha east tine of Goodale avenue
bv 215 feet deep; $200.
J H Wise, lot 4 in block 5. fronting 101
on "the west line of Milton avenue by 215
feet deep: $200.
T. K Jones, lot 2 In block 1. fronting 120
feet on tho north Una of Milton avenu by
251 feet deep; $300.
A. R. Paylnghau". lot 3 In block 1, front
ing 120 feet on the north line of Milton
avenue by 233 fet deep: $300.
Thomas Dougherty, lot 16 In block 7,
fronting J21 feet on tha east line of Wood
son road by ISO feet deep; $250.
neorirft Haere lot & in hlock 1. fronunST
115 feet on Ihe north line of Milton avenua
John.T. Hod gins, lots 6 and 7 In block
1. fronting 230 feet on the north line of .Mil
ton avenue by 208 feet deep; $600.
John F. Muldoom. lot 14 In block 1. front
ing 100 feet on the east line of Milton ave
nua by 241 feet deep; $225. this being Mr.
Muldoon's second purchase.
Frederick P. Beck; lots 2 and 3 in block 6.
fronting 203 feet on the west line of Milton
nvemif. bv 215 fppt deen. $350.
Barter, trustee ior Alice ai.
4 Tlnrfer Tnr 13 In block 7. fronting 100 feet
I on the SiCitai of Woodson road by ISO
: feet deep, J.
Thomas E. Muldoon, lot 13 In block L
fronting- 109 feet on the east line of Hfitoa
avenue by 241 deep. $250.
A. J. Tietsel. lot 11 In block 6, fronting 101
feet on tho east line of Vernon avenue by
213 feet deep. $250. This being Mr. Tletzel'a
Mrs. Margaret McCune. lot 7 in block S.
fronting 101 on the west line ot Goodal
avenue by 215 fet deep, $200.
John Morlarty. lot 8 In block ".' fronting;
100 feet on the west line of Vernon avenue
by 132 feet deep. $200
Doctor Edward R. Albln, all of block 17
and a part of block 15, fronting 232 feet on.
Lacland avenue, being about one-half mlla
west of Woodson road and containing about
seven acres; prico IIwiu.
The Mississippi Valley Trust Company-"
announce that they will have men on thai
grounds all day to-dty to show the prop-1
trty to prospective purchasers.
Pnnl Jonea A. Company.
Paul Jones Co. report the purchase)
last week for Chnr!s B. Cooke, of a hand
some home and twent-seven acres of land,
all sewered and wate.ed. In the suburbs of
Richmond, Va.. at a price upwarcls of $40,
(00 The housa is built ot buff btlck. Is
modern style and contains fifteen rooms.
Mr. Cooke purchased for a home, and has
departed fo Richmond. lie has for a num
ber of years Deen president or the Pozzom
Face Powder Company of this city and
manager of the PozzonI building at Ninth
and Chestnut streets which Is owned by
himself and others. He was recently elect
ed president of tho Real Estate Trut Com
pany of Richmond, Va., an Institution)
chartered by a special act of the last Gen
eral Assembly of Virginia, This, instltu-1
tlon will open for business immediately.
Paul Jones & Co. sold a $20,000 resi
dence lot on the north side of King's high
way boulevard. in BIl plaeev b
twecn Union and Belt avenues, to a. M.
Blackwrll of the firm of Blackwell & Wle
landy. This lot Is 200 feet west or the home
of John W. Harrison, now being bullt.
Also sold two lots on the north slda of
Berlin avenue, 100 feet east of King's high
way, to John Kennard, son of Samuel XL
Kennard, and James Brockmeyer. son-in-law
of Colonel Kennard. The Neighbor
hood Realty Company bought this property
one ear ago from the Hitchcock estate.
The purchasers will begin the erection of
two handsome residences In the near fu
tur. McSfnlr A. Iinrr.
McNair & Harris Real Estate Company
closed the sale of the northeast corner of
Seventh and O'Fallon streets, lot S3.3 by
125, from Mrs. E. A. M. Clymer. represent
ed by P. R. Blssell & Co.. to Fred J.
Swatnc. for $10,51.1'5. This property will
be improved Immediately for the manufac-
ture of sheet metal machinery.
They closed the sale of a large block of
unimproved residence; propert at the i
southeast corner of Euclid avenu and For-
est Park boulevard. The property has a. :
frontage of 424 feet by a depth of 163 feet. '
It was sold from Amelia G. Mason of Chi
cago, represented bv Terry & Sons, for $27,
000. to A. L. V. Mueller This corner will '
probably be Improved with an apartment
house or fpmllv hotel and will be an attractive-
Also lot having a frontage of 140 fet on
Railroad avenue. In Ivorv's subdivision, tc
Mary A. Donnelly, for $400.
A. H. Kanstrlnrr.
At the auction rale- of A. II. Kanstelner,
Mav 13. the following properties were -old:
No. 4161 and 4163 Osceola street.. 55 feet 7
Inches, two frame houses, to Penros"- lle
altv Company, for J1.4O0.
No. 5211 Patterson nvenue, to Joseph Ehle.
one-story frame house, for $G3Q
No. 5213 Patterson avnje, one-story
frame houe. to August Vollmer, $110
King's IIlchTTay Bonletartl.
Southwest St. Louis is coming to tha
front. The Incursion of the railroads un the
West End has turned the attention of prop
erty owners more than ever to the Tower
Grove neighborhood Within a rllstnncr of
a mile south of Tower Grove Park Is one of
the prettiest sections of the city The sub
division of Southampton I now- graded.
with only a gentle fall to K C'5 highway.
The completion of King highw.iv boule
vard, which is assured, will enh-ince the
value a hundredfold.
Members of the King's Highway Im
provement Association are pleased by the
action of the Christy Fire Clay Companv
withdrawing its signature from the protest
petition which wa riled with the Board of
Public Improvements. M. C. Morris, vice
president and general manager of the
Christy company, yesterday acilrccs-d a
letter to the Board of Public Imjirovenn-nts
withdrawing the protpst for th improve
ment of King's highway boulevird. Th"
Christy Fire Clay Company ovns almost
7.000 front feet on the highway. T:ie bal
ance of the protesters elo not own an aggre
gate of more than 2,500 fet.
Real Estate Transfer.
ALU2X-55 ft. a. s . bet. Mlssi-lppl aid
McNnlr; Eliza Donaldecn to And-v
Whraues w. d Jl J M7
EA1LE 23 ft . n a. Let. l'ck and
Grand; I lorence otrctt to Aug Nana
w. d 23f0
BltOADWAT 13 It. e. s . bet Kansas
and Iron; Pat Corlay to Mary SBibota
w. a. ..: )
CJIIPl'RVA W It. s. s. b't llrnaJvvaj
and Texas; Man llarUer to Tom liahnl,
w. d t.M)
CXJMPTOX ICC ft: O-car illlcnts to Wm
Bunte sr. d 6
TOMITO.N' .0 ft. Wra Hame to Oscar
Mllent7 w. d I
CL'IX)S 30 ft . ITalrle Avtnue It-altj-Co.
to Wm. Ilollman vr. d 6G0
aiOUTEAH 9 ft; Prairie- Avenue Ufally
n. to fea jvueaara w. a.
COMMONWEALTH-CO ft.: Malvern Heal
ty Co to Emery Clark w. d
DE SOTO-iO ft; Ed Bmen to Geo. Ru
ber w. d
EL-CUD !5 f t . e. s . bet. rmintaln and
Pace: Louise Waggoner to Hans T31
KLAD 30 ft. a s.. bet Vandevelter and
fcprlng; Geo. Saner to -o. Jlornsbr
w. d i
GIBSON S ft.: John Stnvti" to Hrell
Darr w. d
HUNT 25 ft. 5 In., n s . bet. Neivsteal
and Toner Grove; Thomas Marie t
Aug Hnlmxamp w. d. .
ITASKA S ft; Benton Ileal Estate O.
to Ed Ksv anaugii tv. d
ITASKA 25 ft: Ed Kavwcaugh to Sophie
8cr"tt vr d -
ITASKA 3S ft : Ben'on Heal Estate Co.
to rranlc SIrolcv w. a
MlSSOUni-25 ft: Thoirs Kuhnle to Fred
Barkc w. d
MISSOURI 23 ft . w. s . Ix-t t.-rltten'len
and PeetalOTzl; Alex. Heinrlch to V.'m
MAGNOLtA-49 ft.: F. Zlnj'heln to W
CHaus w. d
MUIU1AN 127 ft 6 In.. AnJrew Bonr to
Florence netl Ivstrte Co w. d
MICHIGAN 23 ft e r . bet Blew nrd
CJulncy; Emma Ifdlhuie tt Jos Ivlpplni
Man- Swnticda w d
Ol)i:LL-24 ft : A. Fhine to N. "3por qtc o
POTOMAC H ft. n s . bt e-omDloa and
vlralnla: John Kulta to Louis chmldt
to Frank VVo-den w. d
niOTPETSON 23 ft; Wm. Pralle to Pred
flpMh w A
rTHIItTEENTII V f t . vr. s . bet Pesta
lozzl and Lvnch; Louis I'unkman to
10HB1 SDlefcer vr. d
ISLVENTH-irt ft 6 'n.. w. s . bt EIcli-
enlrjer ana vvaisn: .nary uarxey to
Thomas Kuhnle vr. d
19KVENTH 12$ ft In ; Thcmas Kuhnle
In Fred Barker w. d.
iTJVELTTll 47 ft. w. s.. bet. O'Falloa
aula e.KSs; loan ujiae- to ccpnia jvsKr-
merer w. A.
THIBD-00 ft; S. Ilortsman to n. Klein
ITPMPLC 34 ft : Wm Sprairue to Chas.
c-r-alront w. d -
TJINTir 31 ft S In.: Caroline Ilollman to
Emll Hoehn qtc. d
UTAH 25 ft: Conrad Johannes. Jr. to
Jos Herman w. d
UTAH 12 ft 6 In . n. a . bet Lmt and
"Wisconsin: Conrad Johannes. Jr.. to Jos
Herman w. d
VtRTA 20 ft: Wm. Sharkey to Oliver
Ledford vr. A
'APHtNGTON-r.4 ft . s s.. bet Lake
and Union: Pat Clifford to Florence
Real Estate Co w. d
Lools Stumpf. 3H and 2X3 West Blle. foerr-
lcry brick: $50,
G J. Ksar MOS WInena- one-storr bride:
o jioeum. nuf ana jivisnii, ,. v..wn
bulldlnc $1,500. '
(ILLINOIS DRUMMERS ADJOURN.
jSock Island Will Be the Meeting
Place Jsext Year.
Litchfield. 111.. May 17. The last session
of the 1902 meeting of the Illinois Grand
Council of the United Commercial Travelers
was held thla forenoon, and adjournment
-vas tnkcn'at 13 o'clock. The next meeting
-0.111 be held at Rock Island.
Alton Council received the banner for hav
ing the largest percentage of membership
lit line, twenty-three out of a total enroll
ment of twenty-flve.
The election of officers resulted as follows:
Charles S. Slacker, grand counselor; H. Hel
brunner. Junior counselor: George W. B.
Hhrt, past counselor; Ed F. Mallory. grand
secretary; Ira A. Grimes, treasurer: L. J.
Beeson. page, and W. B. Fenrcssy, senti-
MISSOURI WINS MORE HONORS.,
Mines and "Mining Exhibit Takes
' Twenty Medals.
Charleston. S. C. May 17. The Missouri
mines and mining exhibit"? ecelves Ave gold,
one silver and fourteen bronze medals at
te Charleston Exposition.
Company. This lot adjoins ana is easi oi