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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JUXE 21, IDOL'.
ROOMS FOR ncT.
AL.L. nartles looking for nice single rooms. 11 23
iveeic up, can nnd ae6lrabte accommodation at
V. hite House. southwest comer Ninth and Pin.
llllOADWAY. 105 and J07 X. At "The Rest "
twenty rooms. z-c, ten rooms, Kc, icn rooms, W;
iitr Jay. ,
BROADWAY, 311 S. Nlc'y furnished front
rioin lor two Gentlemen or housekeeping; also
BROADWAY. 20? S Nicely furnished front
room for respectable couple or two gentlemen;
all convenlemes. reasonable temis
CASS Ave . 1713 Five roorrs on second floor. In- '
quire at ifeOl Cass ave.
CAS8 Axe, IMA One nicely furnished hall
room and larrre room, southern exposure; reas
onable, private tamuj.
" CHESTNUT Ht . U'jSV-l'-urntihed. larxe an.1
small rooms to gentlemen or llsht housekeeping;
baths and all conveniences: cheap rent.
CHESTNUT St. Hi; Two nice unfurnished
rooms for man and wife only; cool, nice ven
tilation, rent cheap to desirable patties.
CHOUTEAU Ave . 1I( Larsre room, furnished
complete fcr housekeeping or gentlemen; bath. $2
CHOUTEAU All.. SOS One larf-e. one small
room, or suite; nrlvate bati; eooj board; X"ie
"" CHOUTEAU Av- . 80S Large, eouthern-ex-posea
room, also front room; two clothes cIoets;
bah, for gentlemen; Jl per week each and tip
r-T.ATJir Av. S-:Ci Ijirp. ronrrtn ftinr: or CU
suite; southern' exposure. good ne'giborhood,
cheep tint, nicely lumlshea; bath.
"cLirTOK-Place. 21S0 Furnished room In fam
ily of two $7 p-r iranth
fOMITuX Ave . 30 N" Nicely furnished room
for gectt-rran, all conveniences, reasonable.
ronK Ave., :ift-Islrable, larjce -outh room:
e'egant'i furnished, three large wlnlows. bath.
gas. private farrlly- inod-rn hous,reaEonabie
COTTAGrTAvo . -;l---beautlfu rurnlfhcd front
room for entitle or two gentlemen; bath, eoulb.
ero exposure modern conveniences.
rtim f"" rt room, well furnished, all convenl
es ccs, j-mota family. refe-ences exchanged..
EIGHTEENTH-!--. SH N- fNVar Franklin
Ai'i-Om second-floor, r-lccly furnished front
EIGHTEENTH St.. 711 N targe connecting
rooms for centlemen or housekeeping; other
rooms, $1 pr week and up.
EIGHTEnNTHPt. 0S N -Nicely furnished
front and connec'.lnR room', suitable fcr light
housekeeping, also other room.. Jl 50 and up
wards. ELEVENTH St. lfl S Two nicely furnished
front rooms fo- jentlemen- aIo other rooms tur
nl'hrd complete fcr hou.ekeeplnK.reacnable1
ETZEL. Are . C1SS rurnlihed room, with piano,
five minute to Uelmar or Suburban Jlajden
EI.CL.lt Ave." 75 N CleKantlv I Jmlshed
suite of second-floor front rooms, all conven
iences, no ctner roomers, private fam.Iy.
"" ETVINff" Av e 113 S Nice second-floor front
room, with alcove for light housekeeping; J10
month convenient to two car lines
FIFTEENTH St. 112 N (Corner Nlcsly fnr
nlched front and other rooms, bath. gas. etc;
II. -0 week and un: quiet, reputable.
FOURTEENTH St.. 922 S Nicely furnished
front roorrs also other r.lce rooms, all conven
' TRANICI-IN Ave , Ell-Pleasant furnished
ronms. hall room, newly fumtsred; southern ex
posure GAIiniSON Ave 72) X Beautiful econd-flocr
front and connecting rooms, ah-o seconJ-fioor
rear, complete ft-r Housekeeping, water la loom.
"GARRISON Ave. 09 N Elegantly furnished
second-story rooms, with dressing-room at
tached, in elegant h-ime: centrally located; mod
em conveniences, southern exposure; Jlo. JK per
couple . uennan ccoKing.
t iKimp A,. M7 Two romtiletelv furnl'hd
rooms for housekeeping: St week; a bargain.
EACLEDE Ave , S513 Pecond-storv front rocm.
12 per week: back room, 11.50; single or en suite.
LACEEDE Ave. 2CI-Two handsomely fur
nished rooms. secord-Coor front: new houe: new
furniture: all modern conveniences; no children.
LArATETTE Ave. 2004 Two nicely furnished
rooms mrv nnd cool, with southern expesu-e;
connectlrg'if desired, suitable for two centlemen:
breakfa-t can be served if wanted: house faces
Lo.faetle Park and Is fifteen minutes from cen
ter of city ,
"LAFAYETTE Ave.. 20C Opposite Park-Newly
furnished connecting front rooms, single or en
suite, gentlemen urhousekeeplng; reasonable.
l. SALEU St . HlO
I. SAEEE St.. 1326-One nicely furnished froit
loam for one or two aentlemen and one bedroom
fcr rent, private family.
"laHTON Ave. 2731 Nicely furnl-hed rooms
In qu'et neignoornoou. nm'an" ,n..,
L.UVTON Ave . Z72S. One Block ..South cf
.. .t Nlrelv furnished room for light house
slorj front and connecting rooms, for gentlem-n
or nice couple
LA1VTOK Ave, COia Second nnd third-story
front room', for gentlemen, or villi fir for home
keeping, all conveniences
EAtXTOX Ave.. SJSS rf:c., clean, cool rooms,
furnished complete for light housekeeping; clos
ets running water, very reasonable.
UUVTCN Ave. :2S-Two nicely furnished
rooms for two gentlemen tr cicn and wife: batn
and .ill conveniences. reasonab.e: board If de
sired, .julet Ucalitj also roomj for lUht touts
keeping EEONAIID Ave.. 1020 N. Newly furnished
front room private family, hot batli. conven
ient to three car lines with or without board:
EINrOI.N Ave , 29is Nicelv furnished room In
private family, sultslle for couple or two gentle
men, sojthern exposure, nice neighborhood; con
vergent to cars .
EINDELE 2532 Nice, large, furnished front
room, southern exposure, with all conveniences.
I-O.TST St . 111U NlcI fum.Fhel rooms Jor
llKht h-'U-okeep!ng or centlemea; bath.
IOt X. T Ft.. 1702 Front parlor nnd rooms Tor
IIrH hcu-ekurplng. all comenlencea: Si up.
LnriLST t.. 2K Second -floor Bouifcunt room;
ri -te bath, corner nouse; lawn; ne diockh o
Lor-rST 1515 (The Kd ward) Strictly flret
flas roomlnir-hous': large eleant rooms, 50c and
Jl pr day; rpclal ireekly ratf.
I LbT St. r212 Two nicely furnished con
rccnn rooms for four gentlemen: Sl.Ji per -week;
all -on erlences, centrally located.
LOCUST P-t . 2SA7 Beautiful gi-cond-nory front;
southern exposure, alic roommate foi joungraan;
reasonaDif. nri oia lapis ana ernc
ncct!nff rooms for houwkeeplnE; water In the
kitchen 'cren. gas bath. S5 per ivek. .
LOCUST St.. C3SS Nicely furnished peronJ and
third floor room with all con.enlences: conven
lent to OHf and AYashlngton are, car line.
LOCUST St. 2S19 Two nexvlr and tHrnntly
furnlsyed connectlnir rooma. with private bath
and all modern comcnlences; pent I em en only.
LUCAS Ave . B (The Inn) Rooms nightly, :5c
to 25c. weekly. U to Jl 60: bath free; juit
opened and e.erythln new and flrtt-clata.
IjUCVS Ave,. 8133 Mcely furnlsht-d lecond
tory front and connecting roonv; separate or
en suite; fino location, cool corner house; south
MINNESOTA Ale. 2111-
MISSISSIPPI Ave , 11SS Nicely furnHhed,
large, cool room; all conveniences; prhate fam
ily. eentlmen onl
MORGAN St.. 4342 House, hot and cold watr.
chandelier, screens, furnished basement. sUbie;
itnt cheap. i
"MORGAN, 4037 Two elegant front, second-noor.
housekeeping rooms, furnished; bath, largs
iront, launao; .m a ween.
wnn am .f ifSS-r-P lv rurnlih-'d socond-
jrtorv room, pouthern cxpure: suitable for cen
tlcman or lady emplo. ed.
MORGAN SL. 2545 Rooms with eeparate kitch
ens; lth. gas, Janitor's service; Christian people;
also soatn hall bedroom; IS per zncnth
NICI10L33N Place. . Near Lafajette Park
Two connectlnc rooms, with board. In private
famllj ; suitable lor four gentlemen.
OLIVE St.. CSM A Unfurnished front room, with
OUVC, 3J17 Nicely furnished front room;
OLXVD Pt, SS'efr-Neatly furnished rooms; oath
nd Fas; reasonable prlcew.
. ... ...M T-. 1.1 .1 A..A. ft 1I..1.
housekceplns: single rooms, SI 50 per week.
" OLIVE St , I5:s LarE room: southern expos
ure, for light boun-keerlng: 2 25 per week.
.v f.. 4 Hln,.. (i.-.l.l.ai1 nn
J12 for one ti; for two gcntlcn.cn. B C. Republlc
OLIVE St., S12 Meat seeonil-stoiy front room, J
Ens and hot bath; ou3 single room: urms rea- i
OLIVE Bt.. 1M9 Nicely furnished front room
on flrst floor suitable for man ana wife or two
gentlemen: also o- wal-
OUVC St.. 2SHA Two connectlnc rooms, either
furnished or unfurnished for hou-ekeeplng; gas
range, screens, bath, ere.: reasonable.
OUVU St.. am-Threo nicely . t"J ''
rooms: southern exposure, with bath: as low as
aj per vec . .. 1
OL.IVK St., ISlOTwo large connecting rocms. 1
roinpUte for hou.ekeeplng: also front parlor and
hall room; price reasonable.
- - . . ..-.- fnnt nnrl '
OUTO St.. 3C76 ASWIV iunusuu ?"-;-
other i.lce rooms, nice bath, gasv etc: rates reas-
onr.bIe to respectable parties. .
OLIVE St., 1512 Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: also rooms for stranger cominc
to the city: rates reasonable.
fr t-t- tr eftV tia1w e .1A front carlor
una second noor iront. wim an cvucuv,
reasonable to gentlemen or couple.
OLIVE St.. S20-New1;- and elegantly fur
nished sreend and third floor front: southern ex
Tosure; complete for housekeeping, very reason
VLn"D St.. 331 Beautiful front pirlsr nd
r,nd and third ficcr front roams: all j conven
len : fo' gentlemen ur will arrange for nouse
1 cciilPS. reasonable.
OI.1VB St 2736 Nealy fcrnlshed front nl
lck turlors: also second-riocr roems; nil con
raien"": te.ras JLJ5. P. 5 and W: vlsl.ow
to city accommodated.
"OLIVE St. 131S-1W) (Oppolte Exposition)
Wecsmlr furnished rooms; baths, filters. ?ren.
V,e "ch MsMn reliable; merchant's Tefercncvs:
-. mii ancosimcdated.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
OLIVE St.. 10A Nicely furnished connecting
frcnt and side parlo : suitable for four gentle
men, all conveniences, near Union Station
rT tvt? c i1J Vf.U. enrtil.he.1 frrtnt .!
hr. also ono housekeeping loom, near Union sta-
llon anil busiress center: reasonable.
lGn. 42CC Two'nlce connecting room", fur
nished, for gentlemen or couple; light liou.c
keeplng. PAI1K Ave.. M2I Oocd board, cocl rooms; re
spectable localitv: $1 5 rer week, can accom
rnodato enly a few.
PINE- St . lSJl-Nlcelv furnished rooms for
hct-sekeeplrg; very reasonable
PINE HI.. 2-Oie nice large unfurnished
front room: very reisorable; hot an1 cold bath.
PINE St. 111SA nUcly furnlhd hall room,
seconl floor: convenient to downtown, bath an J
1'INE Ft . "OSIiTrge. clean rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, with niesls If desired: all con
veniences, very reasonable.
PINB St . 2S20 E'.egantlv furr.l-hed second-stcry
front room: also back parlor: southern exposure;
for gentlemen or couple: reaeonatle.
PINE St.. 1(10 Two largef nicely furnl'lied
front rooms on first and second floor. alv south
ern exposure, third floor room, chesp
TINE St. 1 I.'aTgT'fronr room. . with four
windows, complete for light housekeeping: refrig
erator: an conveniences, very nawnnu'c
PINB St. 3-NIceH- furnl'hwl frcnt and
a!H other rooms for nentlemen. laulea o- ton
r.T. ii nm Koth urv reasonable
Pivn t ?fti r" rtrti inHr fxAii(. lnrce. well-
furnisLvl front room" lth j-djolnlnc kitchen;
also parlor, handsomely furnlri'ed. first floor
PINi: St.. S(3 Braml new and ecantlr fur
nlheii corner hmie. newlr raprM: parlar p'r
mirror-. enoMopedlan and all convenience. J.
t-ecend-ftory front, eleitant. U other room'. JT
and lZ.Ziy com early and take jour pick.
PRIVATEfamilv will rent out tno beautifully
furnished rooma In Comaton Heights district,
fouthcrn and eastern exp.ures; all modern con
lenlences: bath, etc . with or v.ithout breakfast,
no other roomers G 5. Republic
ROOMcu. Kegantly and rewly furnished; -elect
neighborhood: corner hou: front parlor; rncje
icpedlas. pier mirrors, also second-story front.
T 5. Republic.
PEVENTII St . 1103 S Nicely furnlhed front
room, suitable for two. walking distance, bath
and all conveniences; respectable.
SIXTH St. 817 NCby house, room 15c, TOc.
25c day. Jl veek ud; 10c beds; clean and com
foitibie place to stop; free baths
ST LOUIS Ave. 1121 Tno nice, ntearant.
cool rooms newly furnished, neat and clean, for
one or two mn. 1 25 per -.eek
TENTH St . 1116 S Two connoting rooms for
housekeeping In private ramilj. to adults only;
gas. hot bath, Jlltered water, screens.
THIRD 9t.r"l2T N Newly furnIsed rooms,
fir rentlemen or housekeeping; cheap rent; rooms
Iit notisekeeplny a specialty; frefl batli
"THERE3A Avr.507 N-Nicelyfurnished second-floor
room and kitchen adjoining; complete
for housekeeping; gas, bath and all conveniences.
WAIVIT sC 31V-T-.0 lar,re unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping; no children
"WALNUT Pt . 2C0I Nicely furnished rooms on
recend floor; soi-thcrn exposure If desired.
TVARREN St. 131D Basement rooms, with
large hall and front entrance, quiet coupls pre
"WASHINGTON Ae . CKO-Two pleasant rocms.
Elngle cren rulte
WASHINGTON Ave. 1608-Lnrg front room
en first floor for hcuekeeplng; 13 per .eek.
WASHINGTON Ae . 1603 Rooms for light
housekeeping. 32; single room 1150 lo 12.
WASHINGTON A".e.. 342- Suite of rooms. ut
able fcr cents only; hot bath; reasonable.
WASHINGTON Ae . 3215 Desirable room for
gentlemen or couple; light houjekeeplng If de
WASHINGTON Ave. 3602 Neatlv furnish 1
front room. $2.50; single room, $1 50 and 31.7..
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2329 Handsomely fur
nished room; llrst-class people; table. Telephone
WASHINGTON A e.. lMNewly Xurnlshed
front parlor; southern exposure; back, parlor 32
WASHINGTON Ae. 802 Nicely furnished
rooms, reasonable; good light, large yard, good
WASHINGTON Ave,. 1723 Nicely furnished
rooms, with all conveniences; near Union Sta
tion, all car lines.
WASHINGTON Ave., 2644 Nicely furnished
frcnt rcom; also other nice rooms; all conveni
tinoili.iuiu. vr . ivy -u.i.pii i4w.it.
parlor, J3 per week; southern exposure; single
rooms. 31 E0 per week.
WASHINGTON Aie.. 1424 Neatlv furnished.
recond-floor front and other desirable rooms for
gentlemen or light housekeeping
WASHINGTON Ae., 264- Nicely furnished
front rooms, and others; complete for housekeep
ing ; an conveniences; ery reasonaoie.
WASHINGTON Ae , 220C-Thr?e nicely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping, flrst flacr.
bath, porch, ard. $5 per week ; respectable
"WASHINGTON Ave , 1H3-Newly furnlitiel
front parlor and other handsome rooms: bath;
separate parlor for use of guests; rates for sum
WASHINGTON Ave , 1316 Nicely furnished
second-story front room: ultable for two or four
gentlemen; four large windows; also connectlnc
rooms, private bath; al3 hall room. 31.25 per
WEST REIeE. 424 Nicely furnished front al
coe room; southern exposure; all modem conve
n.erces . reasonable.
WEST" BELL.E. 4CM Nicely 'urnUhed front
room: large alcove: southern exposure; private
family; all conveniences.
WEST END Place. KW Nicely and completely
furnished second and third floor front rooms for
housekeeping; gas, bath, etc.; reasonable.
Newly furnished rooms, also front and back
parlor; suitable fcr doctor a office; meals If de
sired. Convenient to all cars.
3016-18 LVCAS AVE.
hooms AviTn hoard.
WXiri rxofxri. ii r i ir ri !"! i i r -r-ssi ''irii.iLr."rini-i
BFLL Ave.. SOS Largs room: southern and
eastern exposure; all conveniences, for two gen
"CABANNE Ave. 5M2 Two rooms, with board.
In private family, southern exposure, large lay n
COOK Ave, MJ Front alcove room, well f ur
nlshcd. with board: for tvo or couple.
COOK Ave. S6U Nicely furnished front room;
strictly private family; with cr without board.
COOK Ave. 4J71 Nice large front room: south
ern exposure: also one bacic room; furnished or
l-nfurnlshed, with or without board.
DELMXH AvearioNice!y fumfrf7doom7.
with flrst-claas board.
DELMAR Ave. ISM-Nlcelv furnished second
story front room; good board: all convenlesces.
DGLMAR. 3ST0 Second-story front, nicely fur
nished, with good board; private family; all
Ir:LMAK Boulevard. JS6& Nicely furnished
front room and ether rooms, for couple or gentle
men, board, with home cojlclng.
EVANS Ave., M3 Nicely furnished front
room; southern expesure: bath, front porch at
tached: good board; gentlemen; Si each; two In
FINNET Ave.. ZSX Furnished second-story
front room: no other roomers; every convenience;
FOUP.TH St.. U2A S. Nicely furnished large
and small rooms, with or without board.
GRAND Ave.. MIS S. Beautiful second-floor
front room, alcove openlnff on perch; for two
ladies, employed, or gentlemen, wlih board.
X.AFAYET TE AV.. 2302. Opposite Park-Newly
furnished connecting front rooms; single or en
suite: with or v.ithout board, reasonable.
LACLEDE Ave.. ZX1 (Near Grand Ave ) Nice
ly furnished room, suitable for two, with good
board. H week: also rocm and board: JJ.50 week.
LAWTON Ave. 2J2J-.t;o weekibeautlful.
laige sunny secoid-story front room for two:
hot bath. gas. private family; own home.
LAWTON Ave., 3K9 (Corner Grand Ave.)
iArge front nnd other rooms; southern exposure;
elegantly fumlphed: excellent beard; table board
tr accemmodated; reasonable.
LINDELL Doulevard. 3KS Rooms with up-to-date
furnishings; table and location the best.
IjOCUST St.. -Bd-Southorn-exposed. furnished
room, with board.
"1-OCUST St.. 20JS Large, cool room, with
southern exposure, good board; reascnable.
LOCUST St . 3107 Elegant rocm: southern ex
posure, good board: awning; all conveniences.
LOCUST St., a Elegantly furnished, newly
decorated, clean, cool rooms; not bath: excellent
board; !6 week.
LOCUST St., 571 Large, nicely furrlshed first
floor room: also, largo third-floor rocm: first-clan
IXKTJST St.. 1410 Nicely furnished rooms with
board: also second-floor front parlor; centrally
located: ratea reasonable.
LOCUST St.. 1C4 Board, with rooms; visitors
and day boarders accommodated; all modern
conveniences. Mrs, M. A. Thomaj
"LOCUSTSt.. ISl Handsomely furnished par- .
lor. southern and eastern exposure; all conveni
ences; board If desired; also other rooms.
LOCUST"stIT"23S-I-arge. besutiful front rooms
and other rooms; flrat-class board; rates to gen
tlemen cr ladlea emplojed. Phone C its-
LOCUST St , ISM The Clark) Deslrab'e room.,
neatly furnished: good table board; all modern
lmirovcrccntar new management. Kinloch C fS).
LOCUST St.. j:i5-7 (The McDermott) Large
cool rooms: southern exposure; magnificent
veranda: r.rst-ilass table and service; reason
' LUCAS Ave.. 5304 Newlv furnished front par
lor and second-floor front; also other rooms;
nrSt-OlSSS LIQ3H1 IA UCgur. hb. v..
. . .,A T t.. ..tA1.JI ... n,h
tlrst-cla-s board. In home of Southern family;
home cooking: dsrfeoardcre accommodated.
MAPLE Ave 5CC9 Two nice, cool front rooms;
southern exposure.- ioodt U.anl; bath; all con
veniences; lores reasonable.
ROOMS WITH IIOAIIU.
McPIlEP-SON Ave.. .0C5-KO- r -.!. newly fi
nished and i.nder new mnnagemrnl. table anl
service first-c.ass, terai right Phrne A TSilJClii
viiti3ijiipr. 1110 lOnoos'le Vjfaveltt Pari.)
I Nicely furnished second-story front room, v.itli
Or VWVOUl iwjru; iiitai lauiii , tjuviiiii-i.
MISSOI'P.1 Ave.. HO-Tlilril-storj- front. zn.-A
table, nil convt-nHnees; terras moilcrate. -iki-II' i
Lafasettc Park. j
MrpOI'IlI Ave . 1615 Large, comfortn'ile room,
with bonrtl. for two gentlemen or couple, opp i
slte Lafofrttc Paik: must desirable sumnur I '
cation: reference.. i
SIORGAN St. 3137-Newly papeled and f l r
nlshed rooms, with flret-clsss board, for viup'o
or two gentlemen; whit" b-lp.
OLIVE sT! 'Ml neautiful furnls e.1 fr-mt
room and bet table board In house wli'i ldrir .
OLIVE St. :SI1-Ne.itiv furrlnfl fron psrlo
nnd other nice rooms; southern exp", ire sood
bitard If des'red: transients accomtncKlaleiL
OLIVn St.. :S3 Iirge. beautiful front parlor.
rouiiiern exposure. Hirv an 1 cooi; wni ur nim
out lnl; firtt-cla.s board, transients accom-
TAQE Ave. 519 Second-floor, soutbern-expo--tire
room.; en eulte or slrgle: in eootl ne ghbjr
hood. also third floor, cheap
PAGE Bculeard. C(.3T NIcH furnlsl.ed srrn1-rtr-r
front room, southern eiKMire. mi-lern crn
en(ence. excellent tiMe. moderate term
""PARK Ap722"f"Oppol:e liraett Park)
Elejrantly furnihed roo-r with Ixxird. any
Iroardcra accommodated, rcferente
PINE St V)2 Iare tvitithern exne'd room.
M'-U f.i-n.-l.ed exrollcnt bard, jll inolirn 001-
PINE Pt7 V3 (tV-nrr Grail Ac i-Bl-pantlr
fnrnihd rocm-. southern cpiure. larpe lawn,
excellent table; also room for J1S r-cr month
PINK St . 3H' Seral beautlfull.- furnished
-relief ntllattd roons; corn-r houe: all con-enienc--.":
otcell--nt board; trms m"onabIc
PINFI St 320ft fool room for married .-nuT-le
or Rentlemcn. flrtt-class bonrd. linm cook'ner.
prHato family: references exchanged, no card
"PINB Ft. 242T Very pleasant front room,
with hoard, for two senllernen or couple nil cm-
enicncps southern exposure , day boarders ac
commodated PINE Pt . 2"?2 (The IWilnfitTetl.-NJc?. Iire,
airy, furnished room, with board If dlred:
ntce lawn; mx-em ccncntencis; terms reason
RITGEU St . ISIS Nicelv rurnlshed rcom;
southern exposure. S minute to Union Station,
good board, all comemenctrs. rfQcnable
SHENANDOAir A . 423--I-irre. i-econil-story
front room, with excellent board in privnte fam
ily; suitable fcr couple or centlemen; two bUxk
from Park: rates reasonable
FP.nrNG A r . 2S N Two neatlv furnished
front rooms: a'o lncle room, for centlemen "or
couple, prhate famlh . viith board if desired.
rtASHINGTON A e.. 2D37 Nicly furnished
rooms; good table and service, largo lawn.
"WASHINGTON Ac, 23 Handsomely fur
n'hel room, with first-class board and sen Ice.
Tel C 172.
WASHINGTON Ae. 3115 LarRe front, cocl.
southern-exposed rooms, with board; tt rcr
week; s!so table beard
WASHINGTON Ae. 5070 IvirRe. root rwi;
chesrful household: tennis court, excellent table.
reasonable to gentlemen.
W-CsHINGTONAe . 3023 Newly furnished
front room and other with all modern conven
iences, firstclafs-board; reasonab'e
WASHINGTON Ac. 3C Large second-story
front and adjoining room, for gentlemen; also
back parlor; gocd board; reasonable
WASHINGTON Ave , STIC-Nicely rurnlsiied
room; with good board and service: southern ex
pos jre; detached house: modern: homelike
WASHINGTON Ae.. 2911 Nicely furnished
rooms: all conenlences; flrst-Iass table and
service; all home cooking; day boarders accom
modated WEST BEL.LH. 442S-Ccnl dllghtful mom,
southern exposure, with first-class board and
.enice; gentlemen onl.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2107 Large cool room.
with rcuthcrn eposuie; with board
WAPH INGTONA cTTl0I(The"A 1 tTATtal
Beautlful rooms; newly papered wellentllatcd,
good tabl; for two; large modern house.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 5220(neach)-One of the
mpst modern places In the cltv; terms reaonabi
for families or gentlemen; good home cooking- and
first-class service; email rocm far ladles cr gen
tlemen. WEST TELLE. 4120 Secord-story south room,
rood beard; all conveniences.
WESTnniXT.7C10-NIcelv fural'hed rooms
Iigle or en suite, with good beard; In private
WEST BELLE; 4173 Nicelv furnihd Tecond
story rooms, with excellent beard; all conveni
ences: 140 and $43.
WEST BELLE. 3321 rumished rooms and
board: suitable for gentlemen or couple; terms
moderate to permanent partie.
WEST BELLE. 4168 Connecting front rooms;
good board, larre lawn; porch and shade trees;
other room.: references exchanged
WEST BELLE Plaee. 41Z4-FIrst--las family
hotel: s'ngle and suites of room fnrnlhed cr
unfurnished, special rates to parties of five.
WEST END PJnce. 513 Choice furnished rooms
from Jl to JS per week: print- shadv and quiet
street: excellent board if. desired at S3 per week
WEST PINE Boulevard. 2761 D-slrablp room,
t7lth board; southern exOFure. referenres
WEST PINE Boulevard. CG22-Large. cool bark
parlor; three windows; southern expcuure; excel
lent board ; modern con enlences ; ery reason
able. HOOMS ASD HOARD UAATED.
I Wisn to rent one cr two nice rooms in nice
locality till after World's Fair. Address lorn
Melvln, Brookneld. Mo.
BOOM" AND BOARD WANTED-Man with
irtfo and two children. 3 an b years, want room
with board; West Side; give rartlculars O 6.
ROOM and board with nice, quiet couple In vi
cinity of Cabanne or suturbs. bv young lady, em
plcyed: must be reai-anable ond near Suburban
cars. S 2jg. Republic.
THREE r four room flat wanted fcr maxriel
couple; one child: give best references, will pay
$13. W t. Republic.
ROOMMATES WANTEDTwo congenial fal
lows to share front and back parlors: Including
board, beautiful home; swell location. V 7,
ROOMMATE WANTED Young lady wants
moral young lady roommate In nice, ntry room,
with all conven'ences, good home. 2700 Lucas
YOUNG man In private fam.Iy wl"he room
mate; South Side; board; J.o, ref-renccs ex
charged. J C Republic.
runMSJIED HOUSES A.ND TLATS FOR
CABANNE Ae Furnished flat, six room,
complete; co children; refeiences. S C, Republic
CABANNE Ave.. 37 Six-room furnished flit
for the summer months; Janitor service aid a 1
conveniences: will rent reasonably.
CLAIBORNE Place, Webster Groses Twelve
room furnished house, bath, plenty cf water; for
owner's board and JlO per month, privilege uf
CLEMENS Are , &720 Crmfcrtable borne, largw
porch and shady yard; all conveniences; July 1
CELMAK. 403G Furnished l,oue; large, airy
rooms; admirably adapted for summer ue.
EVANS Ae.. S9.6A Handsomely furnished
fiat. 3 rooms, bath, modern convenience', no
children; terms reasonable.
EVANS. 4233A Furnlshtd flat of four too..;
reception hall; clean and cozy, terms reasonable
to responsible parties.
FAIRMOUNT Ae.. r078 Six rooms, completely
furnished; piano, gaa rangts; large lawns; janitor
service; hot and cold water, to iypt rmVr
FURNISHED fl.t In West End. fcr -ummer,
four rooms; call this week. D 4. Republic
GARRISON. Center Dickson Furnfshd 3. 5. C
room flats: southern exposure, lawn, janitor,
every modern convenience; reasonable to porma
LADY employed, having four-room fumlcl
fat. select neighborhood ttt End; gae La:h.
etc., desire one or two ladle to Join her for the
summer. rieren-ps -scn-neea it z. itepuuiic.
NEWLY furnlshr- West End four-rom fiat
for rent. bath, kitchen, creen; suitable for twj
to five persons Office. 4213 West Belle.
FOR REXT, MISCELLVXEOtlS.
-rLnn.. - - .
LAWTON' -Ave.. Kit. Hear A larn: t i
anil carrlace rooms anil large loft.
Fan nnxT, apartsirxts, flats.
KKCX.ID Ave.. TeA Lars' 8 roon flat with
bath ard all convenlerces. JK. C W. Bames,
iit Wslnvcripht building.
HIGH StT. 1M0 N. Seven front rooms: low'rent:
convenient Arpiy mm; ksir nrst ncor.
LACLEDE Ave.. ij.v j.ar,
1 .. ..tl An.., ,Mlnv.
sre 7-rocm flat with
oauirooiui ' f ......v...
ices. C. V.". Barnes. IIS
MOHGAN ht. ti;j An elegant, new sit anl
seven room flat, as and electric fixtures, rjaa
grates, furnace, tile bathrooms, tcreens. etc.:
nothing Oner In the cltj, will be completed
TOWER GHOVn Ave.. 1W7 Kour-room flat for
rent: now open. .11 per month. Lorlng, 42h) West
TWENTr-SECOND St.. 4 S Three-room flat,
first floor: In good repair; rent J15; open for In
spection VERNON Ave , SU9A Sli-room second-floor
flat; all modern Improvement.; separate furnace,
BRADLEY & QL'IXETTE. 715 Cheslnnt st
-, n i -i'ii ii'iiWii',-i- --,-------- ------..
SARAH St.. 151J tn4 1214 N. Ekht rooms and'
bith: reception hall: newly decorated: bath, clos
ets; low rent to good tenant.
CHAMBERS St.. 12C2 Seven rooms; corner '
house; two entrances; newiy aecoratea; ow rent
to gocd parties.
KINO'S Hlghwar- 13H N". Eight rooms, re
ception hall, combination fixtures, bath, cement
ed cellar; .very modern convenience.
iisinonu cs. v iMio:niiTV roit
"Wc have the choicest list of
West End houses and lots in the
city. The3" are not all here, but
here are a few:
4373 HoPhersor. Avenue
!: intiful nt". 12-romi houe bul't br Mrs
llum,)hu li'i e lt. 7 leet fr.nt. nothing
!i; -r n Ur n - lathicciis. e'esant larg
1 l-f-om- 1 tj;h ground.
Jjjyj Y0"J il63!
llirrf . v lv S room houe. built by Mrs.
lluippli-t on tho njrth sMe of
Haryian'J Avanua, 4209-4213-4215-
T:iea? art' I've r elt'et houses In the city
f r the menu. f.'.ir ttU UKlj.
in Gabanne Piaea
Vi. liai a In civ 11-r cm houe. with Inrgo
I t 01 north ? c letv.ecn Goodftllow and
Han Htnn btH-liful I lact-.
5927 Clenisns Avonus-
1h lo io-t -i ni hai'e aid I.0-f-ot lot
"u ever aw f r H c tiritc all convenirnce,
111st iln.Vtd in-'r l; occupied, r.git ii
the 1 ro vt i.d it.. nw-iit
5889 Siemens Avsnue
Klne r-xirr. lit S3 or 1)0 by 1SI. a b-ajtl'ul
home for x me one
3920 Veslminsier Place-
Tin? oumr leaving tre city and sajs sell
the Ik m- iri I n beauty, ha 12 rooms,
4 f w t I' and i ecrthlng desirable for a
h' r.ie tto It and mat-e u an effer.
43!9 Washington Boulevard
12 r orr-. let xlM. Jj t beinc completed;
748 Bayan! Avenao
N'rc riHjn' m dera; lot C0xl70; here's a
-njj fir - i u e
437J FcPhsrson flvsnue-
Handssorrt? ll-room bouce, fine location; lovely
I t .jy Kct deep
52(5 Doitnar Eouloyard
Nino rooms 1-nrlv locatlcn a rare chance to
Ret a K ml hjje cheap.
5183 Raymond livenue
Handsome prtsscd-1 rl k 10-rocm reldenee;
lia dvvwed finish Ldt iPxI7
5451 and 5453 Vernon Avenue
rf- four (bits bull: n flpe lot well rented
Will cll on a 10 pcrn.cn t ret baI. or will
letvvecn Klnei Highway anl Lake Two
Ijvcv H onmiouse3, north s de of street.
3963 Washington Boulevard-
31 rn m modern houe. lot 3CQ( all con-
4063 asliington Boulevard
Jlandso-Tie U-rom rcldence, every modern
convenience, lot &JtUt)
4112 Wasiminsier Place-
3-room miIern residence, fine reception hall,
oak llnlsli. lot ixU2 f
4136 Wesiminsier Place-
Hindome lQ-room reslderce, tardwood fln-
4258 Westminster Place-
-LtOVCly 1 ncn hnim Int 3-.-lJ-
inches, cverv modern convenlenrp.
3759 West Pine Boulevard
Fine i:-room residence, saloon pirlor: hou's
lot P.13 Onnt- nonres'.dcnt and sajs s.ll.
4018 West Belle-
H. E. Gor. 23d and Clark Avenue
Store and nine 3 and 4 room flats: lot 57'iv.
Ie. a li hursalu for a r.ulck sjle.
iV!L' ubu.y .or'' ot ,lie prettiest -room brUk
rteta-htrd houses In the city, have sold a
number of tl em on easy monthly paymn!;
onl a feu int. villi take small cash cai
ment and monthly jujment.
Buy One of These Houses and
Stop Paying Rent,
4384-4388 Laclede iivonue-
10-room modern residences, all conveniens s:
hvrdnocd rlnlsh. Jot Jxir;. mala us an offer.
4048-4052 West Belle Place-
10 room., everv convenience; hardiool flnl-h:
lut 3,iloj. n-al:c us at. clfr.
Hero's a Buy
Northeast ccmer Marie and Putter aves
store and lot. .x.&: this iiroperty Is ettln'
better all the time.
4349 Fullerton Westminster Place-
One of the handomet houses In this beauti
ful place, owner Ins removed from the Uly
and instructs ui to sell.
Olivo Street Lot
i:at of Sarah xl" at a sreit bargain;
ihcpe-t l"t on the street.
Northwest corner Fifteenth and Locust sts ;
lot 5.X1.-V and 12 room building; a comim;
bu"lnct3 corntr We have Jut leised tb
Fouthvvet corner of Fou-tenth and Locust
sts.. and a new mercantile bulldlntf will be
erected en the It. This is the next comer.
Olive Street, Vesi of Twelfth-
60fcot lot and lree, -nibt-tontlnl building;
well rented now We can tell at n prle m
which a purchawr can make a Rood profit.
Just the loratlon for a On" bulldlr.p.
We Have Several Choice Houses for
Salo on Lindel! Uoulovnrd,
And Choice BuiMIrc Lots on
Washington and KcPherscnAvenucs,
Several Dslmar Boulevard Corners.
raEY TO LOA.
Real Estate Mortgages for Sale.
WiGholls-Ritter Realty Go.
Both Phonos. 713 ChoitntU St.
No. 4222 Cattleman Ave.-EIgant residence;
etrht rooirc and bath. .3-lrch walls, slate roof,
hot and cold water, ca1 tu'iires, liest copper 'wire
ecretns, porcelain bith, lticous tile and marble
iicd bthrom. o-epant mantels. Kas cratft.. mar
ble tep. rstlbule. oak pineled rerepllon hall
ihardvvood flor) and stai-casc cemented cellir,
furnace, etc , nicely decorated throughout. If
on want a niro hoir' don't fill to e It at once.
Open all da . owner Hcb in houe; wrili maki
terms to suit. nc-half block from Market st
line three blocks fiom Park ne. line. flv
blc-cks west of Compton Hill Iteservoir. one-half
bicck east of iShav. Crdn. C. Republic.
Slx-rocni brick house, reception hall, fjas,
batb, !.ot art cold water, laundry and
barn; st- rt made; RranltoU walks; shad?
trees: front yard, basest bargain In St.
LojK For particulars, address D 9, Re
public FOR SALE.
fleas' Wcr!d'G Fair Grounds.
VERY LOW PREGE.
Iloure Is thoroughly modern Lot (htiK. House
rcntalcs two oath-, hardwood flalvh. hot water
heat. i.-as and electric 1'ght, House as good as
new. fccrcens. shades, stcrm windows for win
ter, etc.. go with -e l.ouse. This Is the best op
portunity of its Kind on the market: ;4.wo cash
required: balance can be cairltd as a loan at 5
per cent interest Jn-pectlon Invited. Inquire o
the premises. 5:7 lc..nar boulevard.
J DllU'RiHX l'llOPEBTT FOR SAE.
i IIAI'GII We. East St. Louis Slx-room resi
1 dence. cacap; bargain, o 8. Ilenuhlic.
dence. cacaw bargain.
ilODLRN stx-ronr) fram houe. lorated con
venient to Tuxedo Iar!c or Lake .lunitlcn Sta
tions, n-w. modern: recf-ptnn hall, aas. bith
furnace: cheap If sol J Immediately; Jot iJxlio. t
,1. llepjbllc. i
V 9 It An
7 8 Sv
S2.35B WILL BOY
ELLA A-e.. (SOO-Five
ZWJI. price reascrable.
rooms and hall; lot
TRANCIS (Near Easton) Four-rocm house:
v-ater. gas, only J1.5W. 1" J Cavanaujh. HS7
NEW brick house, thrte large rooms and base
ment. Ji.Svu Call at 111 l!atei n
ORTH MARKET (Near Whltt!-r) Pour-room
brlcl; house onlv Jl Wo. js 0 cash; in per month.
1 J Cavanaugh. 1437 N. Grand
Sl.'OO will bur 4134 Talrfax av ; eight-room
houe: larj.e ttaole. lot JjxlM Call or write Gay
- Co.. 61V Olive st.
i2A) will buv two good six-room brick houses
aim lots, near Tenth ard Hefton; choice bargain.
L-all or write C- C Co . S10 Ollvo st-
5J.ri0 will buy modern eight-room flat: four
rooms and bath on each llwr: splendid bargain.
Call or write to Gay & fo . Slo Olive st,
SI 7W will buj Improved bulniss propertv- near
I'roadway nnd Jlenton ft. renting for J73) per
jeer. Call or write Gay & Co . 810 Oily e st,
55.UUJ will buv business corner & feet front;
rs siori- anj two houses, rear Teith and llen
ton Call or write Gay tc Co. 10 Olive st.
5" 7) will buv modern nine-room houe; lot 40
tlSo frt n-iir llole and Mclre-on tholte bar
gnln. Crll ur write Gay & Co.. SI J Olive st.
J5.SOV v. Ill but mclern ten-room houe. lot 23x
IH Ielrinr nesr Sarah st worth IS.'JX). Call
t write Gir & Co . S1Q Olive st. n
JT.Tm) will buv- buslne". correr n-ar Thlrtv
frurth and Olive. Imprnvrd with four houses, will
rent for l.;v. cho'ce bargain Call or write
Cm u Co. S10 Olive st.
J10.300 will b'tv lmIne3 proprrtv 2102. 3104 and
31'iC, llaston ave thre goil. -tght-rcom houses
and lot; Call or write Gaj i Co . 5 OIKe st
Slo r-"0 will buy rnoclern twelve-ronm houe: hot
v ater heat lot Ztiz.1 -1. Wetn'nrt-r place nr
Tavlor cost Ji;.0Oi. Call cr write Gay & Co. S10
Olive st '
V. I ilPR O VEDC I T VPR O P E RT Y F O R
BARGAIN Choice lot 31xl27ti feet, between
Keokuk ond Oaage: est aide Minnesota. Apply
F It Landmann. 14 S. Broadway.
. CHEAP Rich lend mining lands J. G Berke
ley, owner. De Soto. Mo
TO LET FOR DL'SIVESS PURPOSES.
DESK space, in the heart of the wholesale
grot ery il strict Apply at 40S S Sev enth rt.
DESK room In nicely furnished of.lce; excel
lent llcht and ventilation: only J3 month; us
of both phones til Burlington building, S10
UASTON. 3tJ iCorner ShenUan) Large More;
fine business location, butcher outfit for raid on
GRAND e . N (Near Ea-ton LrRe store.
pultaMe location f.r anv bu lneea. rent leai'ona
bV 1 J Cavanau.h. K37 N GrantJ
NICU shop. 4 by 24, second floor Inquire 1315
SECOND FL00R-?6X63 FEET.
FuCalle for I'ght nanufActur:rg -.urposes; good,
lisht loom Call any time. 1M3 Locust, cr
AKDREA5 4 GEIlST. 1C2 N. tjgbth St.
I'OR SVLE. 3IlSCELLAM:Ol'S,
A S0 pressure filter for Si CO: every one guaran
tee:! to give crvst.il pure water, germ-proof ttono
siphon Juter3 2-c 703 Pine
CARPENTERS tools ot even- description from
tho Stebblns Co. Chicago tire sale; slightly
damaged bv- water. 10.000 Buck. White S. Butch
thlsels. l.iyl Hammonil Madole Germantown
hatchets and hammers: a lot squares, planes,
saws and bit: Lorn) ship bits; all sizes: almost
given awav Standard lool Co.. S33 N. Sixth st..
next to Hilt's
CHEAP TlmS-T. nil sues; also kindling.
C II HUFF .v CO.. S13 S. Twelllh st.
DID vou ever get the hooks' Hooks of every
description; gut and Gimp flhhooks. 5c doa.,
worth 30c Standard Tool Co. 833 N. Sixth st,
TLEGANT Urunsnick pool and billiard tables,
sell or rent reasonably: also all kinds of sup
plies en hand J. L. Fowler. 1331 Market St.
nXTt'RES of a lunch room recently fitted
up; will sell for less than half cost. Address
P O Box 15. St. Louis.
GOOD paper route
'all at 371J S Grand
INTEREST In airship- something new and a
sute winner; fcr a llttl- monev ; come quiek and
Investigate. J Barrv, 718 N. Vandeventer.
LUMBER for ale at a low price; have to
move It off ground at once. Come quick and
get jour pick cf 6.000,001 feet We can saw any
thing jou may need. Columbia Wrecking Co,
Rutger and Levee
LUXFER rrlsms. It flrst-clats condition, ot
one-half regular price Adam Roth Grocery
Companv. Seventh and Poplar sts.
NEW and secondhand blulard anl poi 1 tablet
for sale cr rent The Brunswlck-Balke-Collender
Co., 1j6 b. Fourth st
RENT receipts In books of fifty. 35 cents, post
paid. Wililama Printing Companv, 7002 S. Broad
way. SEE the Great Western Paint and Color Co. for
Sherwin-Wllllann paints. North-ast corner of
Tw-Ifth and Pine sis. Kinloch O S27; Main 103a,
SLOT machines, all the best miUts; new and
secondhand, for sale cheap; repairing done. St.
Louis Novelty Workr, 2S00 Lucas ave.
f.TOVE repairs for "any old" stove. Fonhavr.
Ill N. Iweltth st. Kll.Ii-rh C 97.
STRICTLY pure oil. ttc; turpentine. S2c; lead.
4c to Cc get prices. Ntetnan Bros . 1311 Park
ave Kinloch 1) 1234. Sidney 42SM.
SIT LFAPER FOUNTAIN PEN. 14-KARAT
FOLID GOLD POINT. ONLY SJ CENTS (WAR
RANTED). !1T I.OEWCN8TEIN.
THE SATISFACTORY JEWELER,
1231 S. BROADWAY.
ST IX)l!IS MO
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEN
TION. MY CATALOGUE FREE.
WANTED-One 10-h -p. W0-ve!t motor: oos
H-h -p MO-volt motor. W i Republic.
MACHINERY FOR SALE.
EIiECTRIC motor-i riM drni-nm to rent: I ta
tO hors power Roe- El'rtrlc. J8I B Third St.
GRATE bars In an, quantity, at 2 cents per
ficuni; fire liners 3 cents per pound, for any
io!ler front. 1240 Collins st.
Gasoline and Steam Enginss,
Holler, iteam pump?, steam, eu and -.ater up
plies, a-wmlll machlnerv, beltlner, hoe. etc.
TAIRBANKS. MOUSE c CO.. St. LoUls.
OLSIt.Vim A1ND MCKEL riATIXG.
,'' WW.S.-----VH '.-. I
nriWNING renlates and renairs silverware:
gold plates watches. Jewelry: gcod work; cash
lor old gold, silver, plalln'-m. 2t.8 N. Seventh st,
GOLD and silver plating In all branches: rash
for old gold and sllvei ; fln gold for sale. See-
kcrap & ivrause. ti2ft l ine st.
AN Inducement to Buy of Us 1100 saved pur
chasing a piano from us. Jos. F. Hunlelh Muslo
Corrpan . 9 8. Broadway.
BARGAINS In New Plonks Go to J. Placht S.
Sons. 113 S Broadway, bt. Louis. Mo. Old Instru
ments taken In exchange.
F1NU upright pianos for rent, JJ. S3 50 and St.
Daniel G. Dunker Piano Co.. ncrtbeaat career
Fourteenth nnd North Market sts.
"HEAR the soul cf a Kraknuer sing"; to hear
It Is to buy It Sold only by Danisl O. Dunker
Piano Co.. Fourteenth nnd North Market its.
JOHN FEI.D sell' only reliable planes Sohmer.
Newby & Evans. Monroe, and Majestic only at
IfOl M. Louis ave.; Kinloch phone D 141J.
LARGE stock McKinley and National editions,
fie sheet mulc 10c per copy. Joseph F. Hun
leth Music Company. 9 S Broadway.
SECONDHAND cornets. SS up: altos snd tenors
17 up. J Placht i. Son. 113 S. Broadway: B-Cat
helicon fcr Slo. a bargain.
AT LOWEST RATES.
Large Stock to Select From.
THE F.STUY CO., 111G Olivo Street.
ArAT.nv mMWAxnPTiv vv n v
'4. T A itat0.t rnrliiiA rf Ah-iIm. ,v...
P'j. manoery win oe nciu av asylum, urand
r v-iiuc jmsjjr: .ciiific, ioib isaiuraayi
evenirs June 21 nt 8 o'clock, work In Order
of the Temple. Visitors welcome.
C. J SPENCER. Eminent Commander.
W II Hawken. Recorder.
KXIGIITS OF HOXOn:
'V-a, U1.L.A1I..V 1JVJC. iVU. iH. 14, tJF H.
L iK T,.... , , I...II.. a. . o ...
'rt n'huM" ",;r;r".p r?4 Aiuruay evening
at Uicmen Jtau. .vo- 3E0j North Eleventh
street. All Knights of Honor Invite
WM HARTMAN Dictator. 271S University at,
Mathew Bonn. Reporter. 2718 University st,
rj. UNITY LODOE, NO. 211. K. OF II.
("Jui i meets first and third Saturdas at Monro.
vrsV Hall, southwest comer Broadway and
--'-J"k Monroe street. All Knights of Honor In
vited to our meetings. WM. MEY, Dictator.
. 3324 Madison street.
Teter Barth. Reporter. 2328 University street.
MOUND .CITT COHNCIU NO. 154,
National Union Our next meeting wilt,
by special dispensation, be held Juno
7. at Liederkranx Halt Thirteenth anJ
Chouteau avenue. Grand iolnt tnltLA.
tlon services. Mound City wants a large del-gallon.
F. E. GUNN. President,
tuchard E- Derger. Secretary.
GOLDEN ROD GROVE. No. 92. WOODMEN
Clrcl. will hold Its flrst annual picnic Sundav.
June 22, 19-?. at Morrlshea Grove. (700 Mapl.
ave. A pleasant afternoon and evening Is prom
ised to all attending.
INDEPENDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
- -- --- iivwnnr n rLfu'i.
CORAL, LODCP. Kn ACS T r n
V.. meets every Saturday evening at'
at Ita hall. Billon and Mancheete.
avenue. ,lemb.r. r....-. ,n
attend. VlslUng brothers welcome.
W. J. BECK. I. O
J. W. Gannett. Secretary. - -"v. "
GOLDKN SCEPTER LODGE. NO.
E57. I. O O. P Meets every Satur
day evening at Ande's Half, corner
.if Jefferson avenue and Prflln!
street. Visitors cordially Invited and members
expected to attend. Ceo. S. Ults. 2tSl California
ave. noble grand. H. A. iluie. vice grand: Wm.
it. iHior. recoraiag .ccrciary; virant li ureeo,
I ncancUl secretary, C938 Louisiana avenue.
MOUND CITY LODGE. NO. S76.
t a v. kj. r. iveifuiar meetings sec
r end and fourth Saturdavs efeteh
monfli at Hall Kn J V.1.1 r,ll,i
building, southeast corner Ninth and Ollv.
streets. Visiting brethren fraternally Invited.
PHILIP RILEr. N. Q.
Charles E. Montgomery, Secretary.
ST LOI'IS iodge: NO. 5. I. O. O.
P The- Odd Fellows memorial erv
Ices will lie held nt S o'clock p m.
Suntlav. June TL 1S0"L at the Norih
I'resbjterlan Church. Eleventh and
Chambers street. All members and their friends
are Invited so attend (
,. HENRV A. HAMILTON. X. G.
E. B. roag. Secretary.
IS-v. xv ildet ijjran. no tin
O F. meets Tuesdny evenlrg ct
r25?V-- e! " "t Hall No. 1. Odd FI-
Olive, rt S o'clock. Work In th- First degree
Tuesday. June 24. Visitors cordtallr Invited
J F PP.lTCHARD. N. G.
Herman Heuser. Secretary.
STANDING ELK TRIBE; NO 35.
Improved Order of Red Men. meets
ver Thursday sleep at Druids' Hail.
southeast corner Ninth and llarkrt
stieets. flrst 'Ihuradvy ct each rroon.
Adoption degree, second Thursday. Warrior's de
gree; third Thursday. Chief's degree: fourth
ThursJay, tribal bustuess Visiting chiefs Invited
lo our councils.
WALTER C MOORE. Sachem.
E. Scovlt. a if R,. S340 Wash st.
ajiciot rrtcn Ana
CORNER STONE LODGE. NO. 323. .
F t A. M . will hold t tegular coramjnl
cation Monday, Jun. It., at 8 p. m, Ii.nlc
Hall. Mdsonlc Temcle. Grand and Flnnt-v
averurs Vork In K. C degree Mer-htrs
are request-d to att-nd. Visitors arc frat'rr.slly
invited WALTER F. S-EC'AOSTEU, W. M.
Jmes A Smith. Jr. Secretary.
GEORGE WASiMNiiTfiK rAinnf v-iv
ir 9. A. F. & A M.. will hold stated com-'
A munlCAtlOn at t O'clnrlC Tll.u1.iv .i.nln.
7 June 21 at Masonic Tempi., "at Grand
and Flnnej avenues. Work In F. C. degree, ilem-
""; nifsuy requested and visiters Irateinii
ly Invited. a. L. MARION. W. M.
Henry IJhoo Secretary.
GOOD HOPE LODGE NO 218. A P ft
A M fcint.I conmjnlcaticn Saturday
J!lMnl5S" JJSSe--:,-.lw! at s o'clock, nt
r i...l', " .""- -"ou-n uroaaway. work r;
I degree Members requested to attend. Vllt
ors cordially Invited WM. P EVANS. W. SJ.
Edward b' laldwln. Secretary.
MISSOURI IX5DGK, NO. 1, A. F. & A
M Called communication on Wednesday
?,"?, '-JT' at 7:3 P m . In Corinthian
Hall. Grand Avenue vjasr.-ile Timl..
Entered Apprentice degree for candidates. Mem
bers are requested and visiting brethren fra
ternally Invited to attend.
. , CHAS. MCLEAN. W. M.
John H. Deems. Secretary
ACIET ORDER UMTED TTORKMEA.
BANNER LODGE. NO. 12. A. O.
V V.'. Meets on the second and
fourth Saturday cf each month at
Hall No. 7. Fraternal building.
Eleventh and Franklin avenue. Vis
itors fraternally Invited
J. O ENGLAND, M W.
Attest Daniel Han. Recorder.
tcxiaRTa or colcubui.
RT TVTTTQ -r-.-v ,. .-
-- w... v.uu,m.iu ri. uz
meets every first and third Tu
Oay at West End Hall, southeast
vomer Finney and Va.-deventer
avenues. Vliitlng knljhts ire
JOHN a LEAIIT.
.. Grand Knight,
Jos. C. Carroll, Jr.. Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO.
(06, Knights cf Columbus, meets
ovjry second snd fourth Tuesday
In the West Hall. Century build
ing. Ninth and Olive stieets Vis
iting knight, cordially Invited.
W. L. MEE. Grand Knight,
F. P. Leonan. Recorder.
GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI I'.OT
al Arcanum. 3U9-311 Holland Building
A cordial welcome to visitor., friend1.
Irethren and tnernb.rs frura abroad.
F H, BACON. K.
Jere Haldeman, Acting Grand Secy.
KXIGIITS OK P1TI1IA3.
ACME LCJTK3E. Nf. 21J. K. OF P.
meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o clock
harp In Burlington building. 810 Oilv.
- Jevrlf In ranV. ltp-rs An ItSnd.
Visitors corduilly levlled and members expects!
to ttt.nd. FItAKK BERRY. C C.
Attest: Q. W CUfton K. it It- A B.. No. 1443A
fit. Louis venu.
. CASTLE HAM. RORF.RT E. COWtN
No. 1SL K. of P.. West Hall Century
building. Ninth and Ollv. Sirens Oa
Mnnrt.v ... . v.bm llnal-
Iness meetli g. Visitors cordially Invited.
C. E. MANvAHAN. r. C.
Attest: Henry II. Lcebbert K. ct R. t.
CASTLE HALL OF MONITOR LODGE.
No. 8. K. of P.. me:. every Thursdas
evening In Century bul'dlnr. Ninth ro
.... ... ... , . Ltl. .."...1, ... .v..
. unt-i .irin i,b u.ii "- ii in
rank of Knight. Thursday. June 28. Alio elect'on
of Grcrd Ixjdge representatives. Every mjmb-r
is requested to be p-e,ent. Vlslwrs -ordIally n-vlt-d.
FRED L. PriSTER. C CI
W. J. Otto. K. of R. si 8.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 25!. K. OF
P.. neelt everv Tuesday evenlrg nt S
o'clock Erst Hall. Cnturv building
-- -.inn ana viitvt iiim. ,n.o,n .ti...i
June 3. eiecucn ct v.. - ynu ji. oa jv. 'JVT
time. All membari reque.tsd to ba; P";n'- "
ltors welcome. O. A. SCHtNCI.. - v..
J. F. Demptev. K. ot R. & S.
. DAMON LOBO& NO. S. K. OF P.,
W. meets everv We-liesday evc-jlng at OP
tMBr Fellows Hall. No. X Ninth nid Olive
jiBi streets. Election cf representatives to
Grand Lodge and smoker. Visitors and members
are cordially Invited. axVLKSTw 0 r
Alleit: R. R. Berml, K. olll 1 S.. No. J743
FUTURE! GREAT LODGE. NO. K6 K.
ot r meets .very Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock at Howard's Hall. Thlrtl'th an-1
-.jure sireovs. rjueiwj :.ci,i. ....
25. work In rank of page. Business of lmpcT
tance. Members expected Visiting knights 1
wavs welcome WM. L. ELLtlt. v., U.
W. A. Roberts. IC. of II. 4 S.
aOLDCN GOLDEN CROW N LODtlE. NO 1-
jsS mets every Friday evenlr.sr. Hall No
T 3. tenth floor. Century bulldlrg. Nlrth
Z.'fU&. and Olive streets. Business ef tm-
5a portance to atl the old members. All
members expected Friday, June 20.
CROWN Malum conilslly tnvlted.
J. II. MILLER. C a
Henry C. Scott, K. of R. & S.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. S04. K. OF P..
meets every Wedn.day evenlrg In Cen
tury building. Ninth and O Ive streets,
work in rank of Page Wednesday even
ing, June 35. Members expected and leltors en
dlsllv lnv'ted. S. C. ROGERS. C. C.
J. W. Campbell. K. cf R. i. B.
PARAGON LOECIE. Nt). SI, K. or P..
meets every Tues-loy evening In hall No.
3 Odd Fellows building. Ninth and O'lv.
treats. NMt Tuesdav. rank of Edoulre.
Memberi and visitors are cordlsllv Invlte-I.
ROY Y. DREVHUS. C. C
Attest Frank Johnson, K. of R. A 6.
RED CRO5S LODGE. NO. 84. K OP
P . n.ta Wednesday night. June 23, at
Odd Fellows Halt. Eighth and Ollv
streets. Election of representatives and
smoker. W. U. TRUCKENMILLER. C. C.
H. W. Beldlng. K. of R & S.
SULEMA LODOE. NO. ML, K. OF P..
d meets Monday evening In regular convsn-
BT tlon. Juna 23 in Hall No. 1. tenth floor
-- Century building, at 8 o'clock. Members
expected and visitors cordially Invited to attend,
expected -nDOCTOR R lehMBERO. C. C.
11 Ollv. street.
Atteit: O. M Brocks. K. of R. S.
JOHN H. BECKER ARRESTED.
Released on $o,000 Bond Signed by
John H. Becker, deputy factory Inspector,
was arrested ot Ills home. No. 1SA South
Seventh street, yesterday morning; on a
bench warrant charglnfr him with perjury.
The warrant ra. Issued by Judge Douglas
Thursday afternoon, as published In yester
Deputy Sheriff Nickel, -ftho served the
warrant, acompanled Becker to the Pour
Courts, where he was released on (5.000
bond s!j ed by Chris 8chawacker. Becker,
when asked about the charge against him,
declared that h had nothing to say.
The charge of perjury grew out of the
same case In which Becker waa charged
with approaching Jury Commissioner
George P. Welnbrenner to request him to
select a Jurv which would be favorable to
Charles Kratz, who wai about to be placed
on trial for bribery. Becker swore on the
stand in Judge Ryan's court that he had
not approached tbe Jury Commissioner or
any other officer of the court. 'Welnbrenner
afterward swore that Becker asked him to
substitute a list which he would furnish,
for the official Jury 11-
The charge of perjury ! a felony punish
able by a Penitentiary sentence of from two
to seven years.
Review for the Second Quarter
Ending Jnne 29, 1902.
THE PERIOD The lessons of the quar
ter cover In part a period of about eighteen
years, from the conversion of Saul of Tar
sus, tho great persecutor, A. D. 34, to his
entrance Into Europe. A. D. 53, after hearing
the Macedonian cry. Durlns that time the
church made rapid progress In the number
of Its converts. In the extent of territory
covered and In the treat truths which were
advanceJ and received. It was the first half
of what Is known as the apostolic period,
and It had great Influence iraa all the sub
sequent years of Christianity. The leading
character at the beg-nnlng was Peter, and
at the end Saul or Paul. Jewish converts
had the chief places cf power at the first
and Gentiles were beginning to be recog
nized toward the clc-sp. Nothing was dona
in this t'me on the New Testament canun.
unless, as some think, the go-pel of .Mat
thew was written In Ilebrtw. It was a time
of Intense activity, unsurpassed, perhaps. .11
any other time, a missionary spirit having
taken posicsson of m nlters and laymen
alike. Here were the beginnings of great
enterprises of far-reaching importance, little
understood rt the time, out going forward
throuxh afte years.
THE I'ERSONS-Arranged alphatetlca!lv
here Is a complete list ot those mentioned
in the lessons js having anv part in the
event? of thf quarter Agabu.. Anunias,
Barnabas, Ban-abas. Bar Jesus. Caesar,
Cornelius. Dorcas. i.Iymas, Eneas. lUro-',
Janus, John, Judas, Jupiter. Jesus. L,ucius,
Ljdla, Mark, itarv, Manaen. Jlercarlus,
Niger, Paul. Peter RhoJa. Saul. Serslus
Paulu-. Silas. Simeon. Tdbitha not naming
classes of persons as JeA3. Gentiles anc
Christians. Let the student endeavor to re
call the Incident with which each person
waa connected. Show also which of these
were Christians, which were Jews, which
were Romans, which were apottlt-, which
were rulers, which were women. Recall the
characteristics of each, virtues, vices,
praiseworthy cr unworthy actions of each.
Name those who were in lorae way as
sociated with Piul. giving the country- to
which each belcnsed. Name those who
were asso-iatid v.i.h Peter, giving thi
country or cit t, vvhicb cadi belonged.
With those two lUts hnv the course of
ev tuts In the Pajline ami in the Petrlne
history of the pcrioj. together with the
tendency an J signl'lcaace of such events
In both cases.
THE PI-YCES Arranged alphabetically
hete are thA names of cities and countries
mentioned In the lessons. Antloch. BI
thynlt. Caesarea. Cvprus, Cyrene. Damas
cus. Derbe. Galatla Galilee. Iconlum. Jeru-f-alem.
Jopp-i. Judn. Lyeaonia. Lydda.
I.ystrj, Macedonia. Mysla. Nazareth. Ne
apolls. Paphos. Phenice. Philippi. Phrygla.
Salamls, Samcthracia. Saron. Selencia.
Syria, Tarsus. Troas. Rearrange these
names In two lists, the cltits In one, the
countries in the other Telt the direction
ot each citv from Jerusalem. Relate what
ever occurred durin-r the lessons of the
quarter in each city and country. Give a
list of persons whose names are mentioned
lit the lessons In connection with each
country and city. Mention the five most
Important of these cities In their relative
order. Show what interest of Christianity
was involved in each .ity, a3 narrated In
the lessons. Make a map on which shall
be shown each country and city. On that
map trace the Joutnejs of Paul, the Jour
nejs of Peter and the journejs of Barna-ba-.
Give a list cf all bodies of water that
were touched In these Journeys.
THE EVENTS Here U a list of the ch'ef
events mentioned In the lessons: The con
tribution to the church In Judea: the call
into Macedonia: the food forbidden to Gen
tiles; the bringing of Saul to Antloch: th9
honorable women as persecutors: the coun- f
cil at Jerusalem; the prayer meetlnjr at
the river side: tr.e conversion cf a perse
cutor: the deliverance of Peter from Drlso n:
the cripple cured: the seller of purple en
tertaining a missionary: the cure of the
palsy; the sending of a commission to An
tloch; the change of a man"3 name: th
condemnation of sorcery; the attempted
worship of missionaries; the restoration of
a woman to life: the vision of four-footed
beasts: the sending out of Saul to Barna
bas; the all-night prayer meeting; th
spoaklmr with tongues; the damsel at th
gate; tho Storing of Paul; the outpourine
of the Holy Spirit: the controversy over
circumcision. Rearrange these In chrono
logical order. Give the place where each
occurred. Relate the facts In each case.
Show the bearing of each event upon the
progress of Christianity. Show what types
of character, what dispositions and mo
tives were revealed In each event- Which
of these belonged to the Petrlne and which
to the Pauline history.
THE DOCTRINES. The lesson3 Inculcate
the following Important doctrines that the
institutes of Judaism are not to be carried
over Into the Christian system: that a
wicked man, an enemy to the followers of
Christ, becomes a brother of those he hated,
when truly converted; that In distant lands,
where the gcspel haa not been proclaimed,
some wait for the coming of the minister
and hall his appearance with Joy; that new
churches ought to be for a time under su
pervision: that some men are called for a
specific mission: that vlrtuou3 heathen are
regarded with divine favor; that differences
of opinion are liable to arise In the church
and that adjastment may be effected
through the council of others; that a good
man doing his duty may expect opposition;
that our labor and -sympathies are not to be
confined within. national limits: that a min
ister's supreme authority ii derived from
the Holy Ghost: that the good are liable to
be misunderstood by the ungodly, to be un
duly praised or condemned; that Gcd pro
tects his servants. Find In what lesson
these tsachlngs are conveyed and relate the
Incident that illustrates each. Show the or
der of these doctrines 03 given in the his
tory, with the view to present the progress
If there Is one, remembering that all people
come slowly to a knowledge ef the truth.
THE QUESTIONS There are certain
matters that could not receive sufficient at
tention in the weekly expositions- Tneso
may now be carefully Investigated, and the
conclusions reached may shed light on all
the studies pursued. To aid in such Investi
gp.tlon the following- questions are present
ed: What was sorcery. Its origin. Its teach
ings. Its Influence? What was the signifi
cance of the conversion of Cornelius? Wha.t
were the differences between the religion of
tho Jiwa and that of the Romans? What
Tins the relation of the synagogue to the
earlv Christian Church what help from it
came io bellevero? What effect had the
martyrdem of James upon the church?
What effect had the martndom of Jamet
upon the church? What resulted from the
martyrdom of Stephen? What conflicts and
victories of a religious sort occurred In thl
period, and what Influence had these upon
the cause of Christ? What were the stra
tegic places and events of the periods?
What was the trend ot thought from Jeru
salem to Antloch? What was the trend of
thought from Antloch to Philippi?
What had prepared the way for
Christianity in the Jewish world?
What had prepared the way for Christiani
ty in the Roman world? What Is said of
water baptism, and where did that ordi
nance originate? What was the most im
portant single utterance made by any per
son of the period? What was the most Im
portant oinjtle event of the period? What
was left unsettled in the church when Paul
THE COMMENTS It should ever te
borne in mind that the historical parts ot
sacred Scripture, both of the Old Testa
ment and the New Testament, are records
of those methods by which people are edu
cated in religious things. That Is not tho
sole purpose, but It Is one of the most m
portant purposes of the history. Man ob
tains opinions and follows practices thjt
seem to be right at tht time, but which
must be changed In order to his highest
spiritual good. This change Is effecled
through a series of events In which the di
vine hand is apparent leading on often in
the darkness to a result when reached
which is highly approved. Those who are at
the times actors are frequently In doubt
nnd conflict, but by experience they come
out Into a place of rest. Those who come
after, reading the record, learn not only the
lesson, but the mode of the Divine teacher,
and they may rightly expect occurrences of
similar Import in their own lives. Rellg'on
Is not stationary It l not some fixed and
unalterable thing that may be described,
conforming to a prescribed pattern. It ij a
growth, a development for the individual,
for Eoclety. for the world, a steady, forward
movement toward grander states, always
under Divine Illuminations and guidance.
Men ought to know whither they tend, and
whether the present Is preparing for tho
TO ENTERTAIN ROOSEVELT.
Kansas City Tlans Levee, Military
Display and Banquet.
Kansas City. Mo June 20. President
Roosevelt has accepted an invitation of the
Commercial Club to visit Kansas City upon
his Western trip. The date of his stop in
Kansas City will be either September
S3 or 30
It is intended. If the President's stay will
Srmlt, to bold a public levee In Convention
all. to have a.mllltary display, and later
an elaborate banquet in the great audi
ST. PATJIa MINN. Judge Bunn has sus
tained the contention of the plaintiffs In the
suit of W. Melbourne McDowell and May
D. Seymour, as executors of the estate ot
tho late Panny Davenport McDowell,
against Clarence M. Brune, the Clarence
Brune Company. I N. Scott and C E.
Beech, to annul the alleged sale of the
plays, snd compel an accounting of the
profits from their production.
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