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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MAKCH 7. 1903.
llttlOlll) OK lllllTHS. ,
1- and II. lyiran!. No. 1107 Pine: girl.
h and M. linker. No 45IS Levlngton; hoy.
W. mill I Chedam, No. 2109 Virginia: boy
and .1 A-whnir. Ni. 719 South Second; girl.
J. an1 M. I-twler. No. 41 S. Jefferson: boy.
J. ami K. Campbell. No rw, lnrln: boy.
and f. llals No 32ir Mainizlno: boy.
A, and J. Comings. No. 3509 Easton; Rlrl.
)'. ami ). Kuhn. 22S Vic-tor: Klrl.
.1 and M. Davis No. JUS North lrtehth: girl.
w. and A. Lcfranek. No. 1ST3 South Twelfth:
W. and n Wright. Josephine Hospital: girl.
1". and !, O'llara. No. 2127 Sublette; boy.
W and C I-ing. No. Mil Wilnut; Klrl.
and I. Owen. No. 1015 South I.eonatd; girl.
V and U talilHI No. WW Graiota. Klrl.
lt. and M ilerwlnrr. No 4I9 Clayton; boy.
r anil M Grave-" No 4211 Gravels; boy.
1. and SI. Hrune. No. 1221 Clinton: boy.
Samuel J. Fleishman.,
..1"08 North Eleventh
..1006 North Kletcnth
tVcilillnir Itlnica (Solid Gold).
Hnost qu:tllt!(S. $3 to ). MermotI & Jac
cartl's. lirondnny and Lucust.
Katie Hastings, 2S icars, 906 Market: tubercu
losis I fa jo Plunkott. CO sears. 423S Norfolk; pneu
monia. Mahlnda Corby, $1 jears, 1225 North Tenth;
John TrapUn, W .ears, 34(1 Law-ton; heart dis
ease. Isidore Stuller. 40 .cars. 1211 Carr; asthma.
Harry Stevens, I years. HH7 Olive; whooping
II. SI. Illlbro, S7 years, MM Minerva; pneu
monia. lTnnk CV-CTOe, M jears. IC7 rapln; la grippe.
Patrick Mohan. 70 jears, 2722 Ijawton: la grippe.
Hence Abren. 11 vcar. Sacred Heart Convent.
John Well. CS Jears, City Hospital; la grippe.
William Itrow-n. 69 icars, CIO Hospital; pul
monale. Pallas Carr. 70 jears. City Hospital.
Charlca Slltclicll, 50 jears. City Hoslptal; bron
chitis. Henry Mumer. 25 veai-. City Hospital.
Thomas Denanhl. City Hospital; pulmonalla.
Alexander CJrav. 4 months. broncMtls
Jamea McFarland. 10 months, C ICosta; In
fluenza. Urant jTal. 3 years. City Hospital: enteritis.
flue Hoffman. 4. far. Cttv Hospital.
L'dell Lemdy. 3 jenr. City Hospital; pul
tnonalls. Albert Slalioney, J months. City Hospital; ma
rasmus. Udell Lemdy. S ears. City Hospital; pul
monalla. Henry Kelfschnelder. 5J jears. City Hospital.
rrarJs Buctier. 71 jear :I19 North Ninth; pneu
monia, Jan Pale. S3 ears. 341 Manchester: dropsy.
Henry Ellerman. 11 jean, 143 North Thir
draco Slartln. IS jears. 3SJ Olive: nephritis,
AllH-rtlna Lannachmcler. 66 jearsv 532 Conde;
Prank Mueller, 1 jear. 314 South Seventh;
Maria fcchmledner. 60 yean. SHS Illinois; bron
chitis William Hunt. 50 years, 1ES6 Papln; pneumonia.
I .aura llennett. jears. rcmaie iioeniai;
rrcderlck Ituschmann. S months, 1,00 Nortli
John Kuara. 4S years. 3737 Kinney: dacpetls.
Slarj- Oorfer. 17 rears. 100S Carr: bronchitis.
ltrldcet ntrcerall. C9 jears. 1011 North Tw-en-t-thlrd;
Springfield. HI . March . The following cor
porations were licensed to-day by the Secretary
Cypress Fruit Growers and Shippers Associa
tion, of Cypress: to deal In fruits and vege
tables: caMtat stock. fc'l Incorporators
Franklin M. Penrod. J. B. Johnson and George
East Watson and Gulmore Rural Telephone
Company, of Watson: tn operate a telephone svs
tem: lapltal stock. J 1.600. Incorporators E. W.
Tucker. C F. lturkhardt and V. C, White,
The following foreign corporations were
licensed to do business in Illinois:
Cune Express and Commlss'on Company, of
Rutherford. N. J.: capital stock. Jl.000.u)0: capi
tal in Illinois. 1100.
Chicago Pneumatic Horse Collar Company, of
Phoenix. Artx.; capital stock. 320.000. capital In
Illinois. 32.WO. . ...
George C Wright Company of St- Paul. Sllnn.:
capital stock. t,uo.v capital In Illinois. ,0u0.
Central Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany of Jersey City. N. J.: capital stock. 300.
000. capital In Illinois. 33O.OO0
James Rowland Company of Slanhattan. N. Y.
capital stock. J500.0M. capital In Illinois. J2S.W0.
Arch. SI. Caaipbcll Company of Camden. N. J. ;
capital stock. 1:00.000, capital la Illinois. 310,000.
Articles of Incorporation were filed yester
day bv the Bonet Construction Company, with
a cardial of SS.009. The incorporators are Leo
Bonet. Pope Sturgeon and 'William 1L Corcoran.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a meeting ef tha
Board of Directors of the at, Louis, alempnis
and southeastern Railroad Company will be held
la the principal exfice of the company. In the
uummexciai uuuuing, m uuie street, in tao
city of bu Louts. Missouri, on Tuesday, liana
10. 1903, at t a. is., for the transaction of such
business us may properly come btfoie the meet
ing. B. K. 1 OAKUM. freslJiai.
r: it. Hamilton, becretary.
tX. Louis. Sic FeU. 7, UoS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a meeting of the
Hoard of Directors of the St. Louis and fcn
r'rancisco Railroad Company will be held In the
principal office of the cumpany. In the Commer
cial building. 620 Olive streit. in the city of 3t
Loult, ilisu,ri, on luesdsy, JIarch 10. 1$U3. at
a. ro., for the transaction of such business u
msy ptoperly come before the meeting.
B- 1". TOAKUil, i-resident.
F. H. Hamilton, secretary.
SL Louis. Mo.. Feb. I. 1W.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is here
by given that the annual meeting of the stock
holders ot the Tailor City Belt Railway company
will be held at the office of the company In the
Equitable building, northwest corner of blxth
and Locust streets. St. Louis. Mo. on Tuesday.
March 10, 1903 beginning at o'clock a. m.. for
tl-.o election of directors and the transaction of
such other business as xnay come before said
meeting. C, G. WARNER. President,
E. a. Merrlam. Secretary.
St. Louis. Mo.. February 7. 1S03.
TO the fetockholders of the Bon Hcmm Slln
Ing and Developing Co. The annual meeting of
uvuiujiurii m;u lake place Apm 3, 1VM, at the
office of the company, room sli Century build
ing, St, Louis. Mo., between the hours of 10 and
12 o'clock a. m-. for the purpose cf electing live
directors for the ensuing 5 ear and to transact
such business as may come properly before the
meeting. The books for transfer of, stock will be
clon.nl from March 27 to April 4, 19J&
. . . . JACOB WALTER, Secretary.
St, Louis. Mo.. March S. 1S03.
ELECTION NOTICE. "
. - . . New York. January 22td. 1S0J.
Et. Lculs, Iron Mountain 4k tsoutbcrn It-war Co.
Notice is hereby given that the annual meeT
Ifcg of the stockholders of the St Louis, iron
MouLUln A buuthern. Railway Company wUI
f held at the general oince of the Company
In the aty ot 8t- Louts. Missouri, cm Tuesday
March 111th. 113. at nine o clock A. M. fortne
lection of thirteen directors for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of any other busi
ness that may come before said meeting The
annual meeting of the Directors will be held at
the same office on the same day, at twelve
o'clock noon. The transfer books will be closed
en Friday. January wth. 1J03, at three o'cloUc
P. M., and reopened on the day following the
annual meeting of. tns stockholders cr any ad
t, et . o OEO- ' OOOtD. Prasldeat.
A. H. Calef. secretary.
LOST ASD POUXII.
s--,-,- ............ Tiirrii',,!!,,, - - -
DOG Lost, eollla do, white evre,B. . i,M
Reward It returned to ssp s. Eighteenth st. "
ENVELOPE Lost, pay rev elope, containing
$22; finder please -write Frank Powell. fa High
FOUNB-The place to get a good shoe for $2.50.
Harris bhoe Co.. 407 N. blxth st,. near Locust.
HAIR Lost, package containing lady's light
hair en Grand or Page avenue car: return to
Si 13 Page: reward.
PpCKETBOOK-Wlll party who found pocket
book containing valuable papers to owner only
return to llltseand. 2463 Texas ave. by mail J
May keep money.
MAN WANTED-Wlth little money to manage
aalooii; McKeanc's. Thirteenth and Pine sta,
PARTNER WANTED-Lady or gentleman who
will Invest $3,000 to 5.000 stock tn company; in
corporated; paying business; $i.soo salary; share
iroflts. Mars. 327 Missouri are.. East St. Louis,
10 l'.'C'!' leie'eew, n.,s
COLLCCTOR-Young lady experienced In
SiE JS0 WVU 'Ua as collector or
solicitor; salary: references. M 412, Republic.
CRESSMAKER-Competent dressmaker and
seamstress desires sewing; work guaranteed:
reasciable charges.Mrs. Poe. 1S20 N. Grand ave!
jughly competent, for general housework la smalt
family; no washing. P si, Republic.
widow wishes posl-
tlon as housekeeper. Y 4CS. Republic.
HOUSEKEEPER Situation as managing house
keeper In hotel or private family: excellent city
references. Address Pharmacy. 3300 Easton ave.
HOUSEKEETER-Middle-aged lady wants sit
union as housekeeper or to take charge pj rocm-Ing-house;
has experience. 10 N. Third st.
HOUSEWORK Situation by competent Oer
Vif? .E1" t0T Kneral housework; call Saturday.
liM Finney ave.
IiAUNDRESS Washing to tske horns by worn
an 7 extra-good laundress, ua Gratiot.
LAUNDRESS Colored laundress wants wcrk
to take home; Ust references. Katie Jobtuoa.
4351 Cottage ave.
STENOGRAPHER Young lady want position;
has had several months' experience. A 4P6. Re
publlc STENOGRAPHER Toung lady stenographer
with experience would like permanent position
with large business finn; moderate salary to
begin. Y ePi. Republic
JSPlH.rUlUA PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
JArAtVbillNA VIA HONOLULU -PacMo
Slall 8. S. Co.. Occidental and Oriental 8. C. Co.
and Oriental 8. a. Co. From San rrancisro:
Siberia, Slnrch II; Coptic. Starch II: America
Slaru. March 17. Tor passage and freight rate,
reservations, orders and Information apply to
J. II. Ijithrep. general agent. WJ Olive at.. St.
SITUATIONS 1VAJSTED MALE.
ACCOUNTANT Position aa accountant. oMce
clerk or collector by oumt nwn of koo,1 charac
ler; roferencen and bond. r 401. llepubllc,
ATTORN'IIY Position In law office by jouni at
torney. T 407, llepubllc
RAKCn Situation by jouni: bread and cake
baker. 247) N. Sarah rt. '
HAHriKR Younc Iran, with two and a half
ears' experience, wishes a steady situation. X
"nAIlTKNDEn Mlddle-ace.1 German-American
bartender wishes situation; Is pood lunch caner;
test references. V 403. lttputllc.
HIIJ,IArtD and pool tables to re-cover.
Moore. 1510 Diddle st
11II.I. CI.r.nK Younc man of 10, employed
since leaving collece aa bill and stock clerk, de
sires position by Slanh 13 In wholesale business
where there Is chance of advancement. 1 5S1,
BOOKS of small firms to write up, post, audit
or adjust, evenings; com;ietent bookkeeper; terms
reasonable. AV 4i1, Kepublic.
UOOKKKcrnn Younc man. experienced b-iok-keeper
and office man. wishes position. Z 40t,
HOOKKnnrnil-SItuatlon by married man. 77.
ns Nmkkeeiier. salesman or office work; best ref
erences and fconrt. C 4PS, rtepubllc.
DOOKKEEI'ER Situation by j-oung man of
3. as bookkeeper and collector: four vears expe
rience; salary 310. SI 407. Republic,
BOOKKEEPER Toung manof"21 want eltua
tlon as bookkeeper for small mercantile or man
vifacturlng firm; can give first-class references.
BOY Situation by colored boy of 14. Address
Christopher Gltta, Anchor Station.
CAKE B VKER-Sltuatlon by a
baker: best of city referenoea F
CLERK Experienced grocery clerk wants po
sition. W 406. Republic,
COLLECTOR Position aa collector or office
clerk by young man of 19: bond of 32,000 and ref
eroncea; goodycharacter. II 401. Republic
COLLECTORVPosltlon by young "man cf 24
with some large firm between the hours of 9 a.
m. and S p. m.: collector preferred. Address O.
1 . G.. 4336 Lucky et.. city.
DISHWASHEIl-Posltlon as dishwasher by ex
perlenced hand, t-tate salary. A 363, Reoubllc.
DRAFTSMAN rosltlon at World's Tair
grounds by vnung man from North Carolina, with
come experience- as draftsman. Z 403. Republic
DRUGGIST Situation by Uiorough druggist to
manage t.tore: experienced: speaks German: lillt
edgeU reference. J 403, Republic
ENGlNEER-Flrt-class engineer and mill
wright wants position out of city. X 409, Re
public LNGINEKR. licensed, wants work; good refer
ences; willing to fire; small plant prelerreH. W.
1. Lonlgan. 2129 Lucaa av e.
MACHINIST Linotype operator-machinist; cap
able taking charge three or four machine plant;
all-around Job printer: go any where: correspond
ence desired. F 403. Republic.
SIANAGEH Position by American, 3 years
old. as manager for mining company or Amer
ican corporation in Old Slexlco; eight jears' ex
perience In Mexico and thorough In Spanish and
customs of the countrj : best bt. Louts and Mex
ico references: bond; leaving for Mexico short
1. K 401. Republic
MAN wants posttlnn In wholesale dry goods
house, with chance or advancement; Just out of
school. T 405, Republic
"OFFICD man! ETC-Situation by cnng man
In office; experienced: can operate typewriter.
G..31i5 Locu-t st.
PAINTER-SltuaUon by practical house paint
er; da or Job. B 4j3. Republic i
PORTER Position as porter In office or stors,
by experienced colored man.
IORTEn Situation by good,, strong colored
rorter; city references. S 404, Republlo.
l"ORTER Situation by two reliable young col
ored men as porters or general work. 2200 Scott
PORTER ftltuatlon by o colored porter or
houseman. M, rlto or call People's Drug Store, 2601
POSITION as stock clerk or salesman In whole
sale house, or collector In other business; .four
veors experience In wholesale dry goods; ago
24: references. P 3o3. Republic
PRESSMAN Situation by all-round pressroom
hand: cylinder. Jobbers or papercutter; fifteen
Jears' experience. G 406, Republic
STENOGRAPHER Situation by first-class
stenographer; work to do evenings. Address
Stenographer, 4204A Page ave.
STEREOTTPER Toung man would like a Job
at stereotyping in newspaper office. George M.
Devltt, 2020 Hash st,. St. Louis.
WORK Man. handy with carpenter tools, em
ployed at present, wants situation with whote
sale glass house. D 390. Republic
"WORK Young man, it. desires some kind of
light work: willing to start low; some experlenca
as watchman; references. B 417, Kepublic
WORK Yourg man. 19. desires position of
any light work, such as watchman; experienced
aa nowspaper carrier: rejorenoes. M 408. Republic.
WORK Fosltlot by young man In wholesale
house; sober. Industrious; cnarce of promotion:
shoe house preferred. Address W. E. C, 2110
Olive et,. city.
" , I, -ir--i -1 -1 1.1- 11 is"- ii rLfiji ni-TiLri. nrri
COATMAKERS, ETC WANTED-Coatmakers
end sklrtmakers. W. A. Gerry. Ladies Tailor,
321 Cook ave.
GIRLS WANTED Ten experienced machine
girls on pants at once; none but experienced need
apply. 207 Sidney.
GIRLS WANTED Girls to sew on power ma
chines; good wages; steady work. M. B. Low
enateln. 713 N. Eleventh st.
GIRLS WANTED-Forty gtrla for light factory
work: good wages: steady employment: nice,
bright rooms, it, E. Funsten Dried Fruit and
Nut Co . 300 N. commercial st,. foot of Olive st.
OPERATORS WANTED-On bojs waists
steady work: good pay; power machines. 4420
SEWERS WANTED Plain hand sewers: also
girls over 14 to learn: good wages and steady
work. Apply Ferguson-McKInney, 210 N. Elev
SKIRTMAKERS WANTED Experienced skirt
makers: highest prices: steady work all year.
Progress Mfg Co.. 717-719 Lucas ave.
WAlSTilAKERS WANTED-Steady work; best
ray in city; good light: take elevator to fourth
floor. Isaacs &. Rabensteln. 703 Lucaa ave.
competent cook. 4165
COOK WANTED Frasler Restaurant. Selmar
and De Ballvlere.
COOK WANTED Good settled woman to cook.
Apply 1631 Locust,
COOK AND DISHWASHER WANTED-Two
girls. ISIS 8. Jefferson.
COOK WANTED-Glrl t do cooking for small
family. 4U2 Westminster.
COOK WANTED A good cock: for restaurant;
German preferred. C17 bt. Charles st.
COOK WANTED-Glrl to cook and do general
housework. Call at 3008 Lucas are.
COOK WANTED $20- Fifteenth and Illinois
ave. (Henrietta Hospital), East St. Louis.
COOK WANTED-Glrl to do" plain cooking,
washing and Ironing. 4"63 Washington ave.
COOK. ETC.. WANTED-Cook. also girl for
general housework: $20 and J1S. 3606 Finney ave.
COOK WANTED At Memorial Home, corner
Grand and Magnolia, a stout woman as cook;
COOK AND WAITRESS WANTED Cook, also
waitress. Apply, with references, to Vande
Tenter place, side entrance.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-For small room-
lng-house; bring references. 822 S. Eighth st,
HOUSEKEEPER By lady employed: good
home: spare wages. Inquire barber anop. Four
teenth and Wash.
"ilOUSEKEEPER 'WANTED A middle-aged
weman for housekeeping; four in the famuy;
good wagesi Goldstein. 713 N. Eighth st.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-Flm-class hotel;
Invest 3500 In stock: good wages; making money;
no risk. Mars. 327 Missouri. East St. Louis.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Housekeeper, not
older than 35. for widower: little work: washing
sent out; stats wages expected, age. etc. L 403.
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
fiirtt. WAKTED Girl to mat Bhama and em
bro W ery; trooJ wagea. 610 S. Fourth st.
GIRLS "WANTED Exprlenc!-tl hand ewr3 on
custom coats. Applr J. W. Loes p. T. Co 337
N. Sixth tt.
"OPERATOR WANTED Operator on power ma
chines; rood waga; steady work. M. B. Lowen
steln. Til N. Eleventh st,
WAISTMAKERS WANTED Ten expert waist
makers at one; ood job. COS Washington.
GIRL3 WANTED-Steady work: good
pay. Ferguson at aiuunney ejnsp. c-
312 N Eleventh
jjj-uirvitTrvm ' " " ------ --ii''T'JsrV''iLrxriirui
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Toung lady
mwwTlter coovist on Remlnrtcn: berln at mee:
must hava some experience. Apply, G 37. Re-
pubiic . ,
Board ot Education bu'.IStac, 111 Locust street. A
school wltn a national reputation. Established
twenty-one years. Instruetion tn all bststneas
brsnehes. IncTutttas; shorthand and ypesmua.
roslUons seared gar all gradsatesv
HELP IVAHTKD FEMALsS.
COOK WANTED-OIrl to do cooklnjc and sen
era lhouscwork. 64 Cleveland.
OI11L oh WOSIAN WANTED-In small fam
lly; home. HQi Belt ave
aim. on WOSIaN WANTHD-Fot ceneral
housework; with or without washlne. T 413, Ke
puhllc. GIRL Oil WOSIAN tVANTrTD Youre white
prl or middle-axed woman to assist with houae
work; goud home to rlKht party. 583 Lucna.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-Girl for housework.
S6C3 Lacledo ave.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED Girl for general taouse-work.-
61) Easton avo.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework. 731 Aubert ave;
HOUSECIRL WANTCIV-Olrl for general house
work; booiI wages. :;: Cook
HOUSEQIRL WANTKIJ-Colored Klrl for house
work. Arply at once, 3111 Iltll ave.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-OIrl to assist In gen
eral housework. 3731 Lawton ave.
HOUSEGIIIL WANTEl-Oood German girl for
general housework. 1116 Dolman st.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-Glrl for general house
work; small family. 4263 Shenandoah.
HOUSEGini, WANTED-Glrl for housework,
washlnc and Ironing. 36S3 Irlede.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED Otrl for general hou-e-work,
no washing. 3136 Lawton ave.
IIOL'SEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general
housework, no washing. 404S Cook ave
HOUSECIRL WANTED-Colored girl to assist
with general housework. 3038 Lucbb ave.
HOUSEgTrl WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: good wages. 4077 West IiclL
"lIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general house
work; small family. 2S06 Shenandoah ave.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework- small famllv. 2124 s. Compton.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: small family. 1324 Euclid ave.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED German girl for gen
eral housew orlc Call at once. 1120 Easton.
"lIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: small family. 2806 Shenandoah.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl for general
housework: small family. 717 Leonard ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Oood girl for general
housework: German preferred. 334 S. Twelfth.
HOUSEQIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: three In family. 3305 N. Taylor.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do the
work for very small family. 5413 Cabanne place.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housew ork In family of tw o. Apply. 3703 Finney.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Experienced girl for
general housework: small family. 190S Neoraska
HOUSEQIRL WANTED Oood i-ir! for reneral
housework: two In family. 4419 West Pine boule
vard. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Young girl to a-sl-t
In housework; can go home nights. 4776 Kennrly
JIOUSEGIRL WANTED White, girl, about 14
years, ftor housework and two children. 4333
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to assist with
housework; one who can cook; come at once. 2719
HOUSEQIRL WANTED Girl for gentral house
work: family of two; new flat; good wages. 2647A
WANTED Girl for general
53 Pendleton ave,; Forty-third.
HOCSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl about 15 years
to assist with housework and cooking. 2707 Dick
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl 'or general
housework; small family; sood wages. 4167
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Toung girl for light
housework: must sleep at home. A. Schwartz,
2322 Franklin ave,
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework by young couple; no colored. Inquire
at store. 1413 Market st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: J1S per month; must know how to
cook. 4516 Washington.
Ilbu.SFGIRL WANTED Competent girl for
general housework: good wages: also girl to as
sist, 43S3 McPhersor..
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for
housework; In family of two. XtliA
Take; Cass ae. line.
HOUSEOIRL WANTED-Neat colored girl,
about 15 to do light housework and answer tele
phone. 2617 OHe st.
HOUSEGirtL WANTED A bright white rlrl
for general housework In family of three. Ap
ply, 4S74 Fountain ave,
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; good wages; small family; no wash
ing. 4118 Maryland ave
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general house
work. 4242 Hartford st.. one block south ot cen
ter gate Tower Grove Park.
IIOUSEGUjJANTED Good girl for general
housework: plain cooking; goou wages. Mrs.
Brooke. Marshall ave.. Webster Groves
"HOUSEGrRL WANTED-Glrl for general houre
work; no washing; no children: small family;
good pay for good service. 4335 Easton ave.
HOUSETVOMAN WANTED Woman for gen
eral housework: private family: keep man. Arply
4103 St. Louis ave.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Woman fgor gen
real housework: colored preferred: at once. IZ15A
Cook ave.: corner Pendleton.
WOMAN WANTED Good white woman tor
rooming-bouse; come ready to work and aleep at
home. 2310 Walnut st.
Clerks and Collectors.
LADY WANTED Young lady to take charge
cf cigar stand In large office building, at once.
S 406. Republic.
SALESLADIES WANTED Two first-clase dry
goods salesladies; only experienced need apply;
steady work. 2233-35 Chouteau ave.
TREASURER WANTED Treasurer or cashier
tor first-class hotel: good salary: lady or gentle
man: must take $1,000 stock; no risk: making
money. 327 Missouri are.. East St. Louis.
SALESLADIES WANTED Thor
oughly experienced tn Tarloos depart
ments. FAMOUS, Broadway & Morgan.
GIRLS WANTED S'archer and dampener. at
once, Westminster Laundry Co.. 4115 Olive.
IRONER WANTED A good lady clothes lron
er. New St- Louis Laundry. 2210 Pine at.
LAUNDRESS WANTED White woman; must
be good washer. Call Monday ready for work.
LAUNDRESS, ETC. Oood. reliable womarv
for washing on Wednesdays and assist cleaning
on Ftldaysi. 2906 Iowa ave
"MANGLE GIRL-VANTED Good girl for
mangle. Wct End Hotel Laundry.
MARKERS AND VORTnRS WANTED-Expe-rietceil
markers, shltrplfig-rus-n porters; state sal
ary expected and where last cmploied. X 3S7,
SHIRT FINISHER WANTED A
Cc'sber. New St, Louis Laundry. 2210
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED Dtnlnc-room
and kitchen girl; restaurant, 3223 Franklin.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED-GIrt for res.
taurant dining-room; room and board. 17 N.
WAITRESS WANTED-Lady waitress. 910 N.
WAITRESS WANTED An exTriced arm
waitress. 517 St. Charles st.
WANTED Middle-aged waitress
4355 Easton ave.
WAITRESS WA77TED Experlenceil waitress;
35 pr vreac Burlington Hotel. 1613 Market.
WAITRESS WANTED Also woman to wash
dishes In restaurant. 3100 Olive et.
NURSE WANTED Toung girl to take care of
3-year-old child and help with light housework.
K N. Euclid.
with llcht housework and go home
Store. 41 Easton ave.
CHAMBERMAID TVANTED P -rf.
white chambermaid. Hotel St. Louis. Fourth
and Locust st.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED-Qood German
rlrl for chambermaid. South Side Hotel. Broad
way and Pestaloxzl.
DISHWASHER WANTED-Glrl to wash dishes.
US X. Ninth st.
DISHWASHER WANTED-Colored woman to
wash dishes; work at night. 17M olive et.
WANTED Good wages.
lSlt S. Jefferson.
, DISHWASHER WANTED-Glrl for dish wash
ing; come ready for work. Tremont House. East
St. Louis. "
DISHWABHER WANTED Woman dishwash
er; good wages: easy work. Hotel Beraent, 14M
GIRLS tor light manufacturing work. t N.
.J2niI- 'WANTISD To help In popcorn factory.
1J3 JJonroe St. ,.
GIRI WANTED-Glrl to work In prtntlnr ot
Cce. J. J. Smyth. M4 Olive.
GIRL, 'WANTED-Brlght grl. about 14 yean;
easr work. 104 n. Fourth at. 7
GIRLS WAKTED To work In factory. Dun
ham Cocoannt Co.. til N. Main at.
Gnu. "WANTED To make chemise and em
broideries: good wages, (is s. Fourth st.
GIRLS "WANTED-Brlght girls In stltch-Ing-rcom.
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co.. Twenty
first and IJocust sts.
GIRLS "WANTED-Small girls to learn tailor,
lng. Anclr J. w. Loes P. T. Co.. S07 N. sixth
GTRLS VTAKT7S D-Ten gMm. IS to U Teart
pld: steady work; experience not necessary. la.
land Type r ndry. TwtUtli and Locust sta.
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8 Speeds less swiftly than the Opportunity tou neglect to-
K day, and vain is the effort that awakens to the victories that
vanish with it. .
Make the most of the Tresent, and the Future will make
much for you. If you have a Want, fill it To-Day. A sure
!j way to do it is to use the classified Ads in The Kepublic.
i It's not necessary to take anybody's word for it, though
the Advice is Worth While. The Opportunity is yours for
!j the grasping. Seize it and you'll have s
I A BIRD IN THE HAND.
V Any drngKtst will telephone yonr Wnnt Ad to The Ilepnbllo. S
HELP WASTEaS-FEMAI-sI. HK1F WAXTCD-MALB.
Mlaeellaneooii, J Trsntea.
GIRL WANTED-Glrl to assist In office; $3 per
week: Monday forenoons and sararuay mier
noons off: call Sundav. between 10 and bt.
Louis Pressing Club. 3319 Olive st-
GIRLS WANTED-Flfty gtrls. 14 years old or
over, for light factory work: ijd wages: "ady
work. R. E. Funsten Dried Fruit and Nut Co.,
SCO N. Commercial St.; loot ot "" -
. , tv . vi'l'ti ?. TMinsr lanv for smoked
fih department Luytles Bros., Sixth and Frank
lln. LADIES) to learn halrdresslng. .manicuring or
facial massage: four weeks required by our
method, practical experience. Instructions, etc ;
comparatively no expense: graduates earn 111 to
$1S weekly. Call or write Moler College, 1110
LAUNDRESS WANTED Good German wash
erwoman for Monday. 1116 Dolman at.
PANTRY GIRL WANTED-At the Granville
Hotel, 914 N. Grand ave.
PANTRY GIRL WANTED Pantry
mandle Hotel. Thlrty-nftn and
SCRUBBER WANTED Experienced scrubber,
(white.) Call. 622 Locust st,
SCRUBWOMAN WANTED Bcruhwcman. at
orce: four dais every week. 403 N. Third St.,
to work In
34 3. Sec-
WOMAN WANTED Woman to work In rooming-house
for living room. 2328 Olive.
WOMAN WANTED-Colored woman to do
housecleanlng. Call at once. 3619 N. Grand ave.
WOMAN WANTED Respectable married wom
an to work In small rooming-house for ue of
kitchen, furnished for hSusekeeplne; call for
two days. 2S17 Olive st.
GARDENER AND FLORIST WANTED-For
gentleman's place near St. Louis; references re
quired. P 400. Republic
LABORERS WANTED SOO laborers for straight
Government work. In charge of U. 8. engineer
(no contract): 15c per hour and board: free pass
by railroads to-night Saturday). Apply to only
authorised agent, Koenigs Labor Agency. 612
LABORERS. ETC.. WANTED 500 laborers,
teamsters and rockmen for new railroads; all free
Ess; also want tlemakeps, woodchoppers, farm
nds. gardeners, milkers, etc; twenty bridge
carpenters and plledrlver men. Koenlg s Labor
Agency. 612 Walnut st-
OTTATtRYMEN AND LABORERS WANTED
East St. Louis Stone Co.. Falllnr Springs, III. For
Information, no. 40 uissoun aye., cast bu louis.
111., near Relay Depot.
BOYS WANTED Two boys for factory work.
Main and Tyler Ms.
BOTS WANTED- week.
Fulsom and Lawrence.
Mental Box Co,
BOTS WANTED-Gosallnr Bog Co.. southeast
corner of Blslr and Mullanphy.
BOT WANTED Strong boy tor blacksmith
shop: It per week. 4003 Clayton ave.
BOY WANTED 1$ or II years of age. for por
ter In restaurant. Call 4032 S. Broadway.
BOT WANTED Boy In packlnr-room. Tennent
Shoe Co.. Twenty-third and O' Fallon sts.
BOT WANTED To milk cow. work around the
house and yard. 4490 Forest Park boulevard.
BOT WANTED Small boy to -deliver orders
for flower store; must live In neighborhood. 4S32
BOT WANTED Toung colored boy. 16 to 18
rears old. for Porter Drug Store. King's high
way and Suburban.
DELIVERY BOTS WANTED Two rood de
livery boys. Maryland Market. 2C N. Euclid.
"HOUSEBOY WANTED-Colored houseboy. 2543
Franklin av.; apply east side door.
"lIOUSEBOT WANTED Good, steady, reliable
colored houseboy: must have reference. 4057
West Pine boulevard.
OFFlrriTrf-tVANTED Neat, willing, office
boy. Bamum's Midland Farmer. Allen building,
Broadway and Market.
nice people. .
If years old wants boma with
Clerka sasl Colleetors.
CLERK WANTED-Tonnr sn for clerk In
office of wholesale house. O 4CS. Republic.
CLERK TVANTED-Sober. reliable, middle,
aged single man to clerk In saloon and grocery
store In countrj. Address or call Chas. Lexow,
Mitchell. Madison Co . III.
COLLECTORS WANTED Two good Industrial
Insurance men to collect debits: must be good
new proancers. lot aenoist ouuuing.
DRUO CLERK WANTED-Reglsttred druc
clerk. Kattelman pharmacy. 1T34 Franklin ave.
MANAGER WANTED Branch office manager,
outside cltr. for wholesale hojse, 170 month and
expenses, tit Olive st.
MANAGERS WANTED Branch office mana
ger. ITS month and expenses; and two assistants
160; to leave city. D. 1. Campbell Co. 134
OFFICEMEN WANTED Men to assist In gen
eral office work- 1510 Olive st
OFFICEMAN, "manufacturing concern, IS; as
Bookkeeper. JT0; collector. Wo: salesmen. tVK TO.
Office manager. 15: timekeeper, JW; ship, clerk.
American Employment Co.. &19 OIle et.
TOUNG MAN WANTED To check In hotel
storeroom. z month and board. Apply ISO Olive.
TOUNG MEN WANTED To run on passenger
trains: through daylight runs; good wages. Apply
I-Q Olive st.
, , i-inri.rLn,ii 1.1 ii i.i. n. mi "'," if irni"w"iiwii"ii"ii'i, . i.m t
nnrvKTrK-F ' wantedTo take storle and
accept good position: Incorporation agent- 203
icv.aaiMia rmiiaing. a-. a-. --.-. a.- j
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Bookkeeper; lady i
or gentleman: roust Invent Jl.oro; pacing; no risx:
salary s. Mars. ZtJ Missouri ave.. Eut St.
BOOKUK.klivu -WANTED Tounar man as as-
slstant bookkeeper; must be rapid and write a
good hand. Address, with references, age. mar
ried or single, salary expected. 8 X. Republic
WAITER "WANTED A well experienced, sober
waiter at onoe; Call. 950 Locust st.
BARBEM WAKTitrt-Ni S X. Sixth st- Union
"WANTED-Colored barber. 4545
BARBER WANTED-Whlt. barber
wy oo you I, ' 5J
UAiiat.ii v.A.MtD-irirst-ciaas Darner, zx
S. Q rand ave.
611 Arsenal st.
220S Cass ave.
For Saturday evening.
BARBER WANTED-at once.
611 Arsenal st.
BARBER WANTED Good
4663 Cottage ave.
1100 Buchanan at.
1915 S. Jefferson ave.
Barber at 1403 Olive st.
BARBER WANTED-Flrst-cla-si barber at
once. 4663 Maryland ave.
BARBER WANTED Barber for Saturday and
Sunday. 1444 Cass ave
BARBER WANTED-icod barber for Saturday
and Sunday. 702 Chouteau ave
class workman. 912 Market at.
BARBER WANTED-Steady barber. Twentieth
Century Barber Shop. 1724 Market su
BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday. 1127 Franklin ave.
BARBERWANTED-111 guaranteed: half over
B4; sober and honest, G 405. Rspnbllq
WANTED-Good barber Saturday
$4 guaranteed. 1806 Cass ave.
BARBER WANTED-Barber Saturday and
Sunday; guaranteed $4. 10& N. Seventh st.
BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun
day; 14 guaranteed and meals. 1309 Lynch.
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday. 2409 N. Twenty-second st.
BARBER WANTED Young barber with some
experience to finish the trade. 2030 Lynch st.
BARBER WANTED-Barber or an apprentice.
Call at once. 2723 Osage st,: Saturday and Sun
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur
day and Sunday; $5 guarantee. 819 Manchester
BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Saturday
and Sunday; $3.50 guaranteed; w per cent. 1723
BARBER WANTED Flrrt-class barber;
steady: 34.50 guaranteed tor Saturday and Sun
day. 104. Pendleton.
BARBER WANTED Good single man: no stu
dent: $S a week, board and room. Address Ben
Wi Alba. Cairo. I1L
BARBER WANTED Flrrt-tlass. reliable bar
ber: 15-cent shop; Saturday and Sunday: no oth
er need apply: guarantee $4 50; permanent if
suitable. 650 N. Sarah.
BARKEEPER. ETC, WANTED-Toung stoglei
man as assistant barkeeper; must do all the
porter work. E 402, Republic
IS23 Elliot ave.
BLACKSMITH WANTED For country town;
13 miles from city. Call at 11 Arsenal st.
WANTED Butcher at 725 Chou-
CARPENTERI, WANTED-Flfty carpenters.
Apply Armour & Co.. National Stock Tarda, East
Bt. Louis. 111.
CARrENTEK3 WANTED Two good carpen
ters . for finishing- must be competent, good
workmen. M 3S8. Republic
fOATMAKERS WANTED Three experienced
lady coatmaker-s to work on ladles garments: no
others need apply; good wsses. 33J3 olive st.
COOK WANTED JIale day
Call at 70S X. Ugh st.
cook at once.
COOK WANTED First-class chef for hotel:
salary S150; must take ft) stock; company mak
ing money. Mars. S2? Missouri ave.. East St.
CUTTERS WANTED Two custom putters- al
so white vestmskers. St. Louis Tailoring Com.
pany. SM. TOSH Pino st.
CTI.INDKR. PRESS FEEDERS WANTED
Robertson Printing Co.. SH ne st.
FIRST hand on capes;
must be A No. 1. 1051
MACHINISTS' helpets. carpenters and helpers,
blacksmith helpers; steady Inside work. Apply
MEN WANTED Exrerl raced men on scoring
machines: steady work. Progressive Paper Box
to. in N. Main st.
"MOIJIER WANTED Mclder for foundry. 1U
TAPERHANGERS AND PASTE
WANTED State wages and experience.
PATTERNMAKER WANTED-Firt-cla pat-ernmaker-
one who can make patterna of both
metal and wood- stAte age. experience and sal
ary wanted. The Midland Bras' Works. Fort
PLASTERERS Pay no attention tn advertise,
ments for plasterers, as there are plenty here out
of employment- Edw. L. Smyth, secretary
PLASTERERS. ETC. WANTED Plasterers.
lathers and laborers: 50 plasterers. ! laborers. 5
lathers: plasterers. JS per day: laborers. S3 50 per
day; lathers. $c per thousand. Call or address
Room ciz-n Benolst bulMing, Ninth and Pine;
Cont. Plastercra' Association. St. Louis.
PRESS FEEDER WANTED Reasorablo
wages. Including board. Call to-day. m33. Locun.
ROOFERS WANTED Slate and tile roofers:
call at 724 Chestnut st. Isaac E. Young.
"SHOEMAKER WANTEIvlshoemaker to hetp
out Saturdays. Theodore Blank. 1114 S. Comp
SHOEMAKERS WANTED Shoemakers, cob
blers and custom fltery. McNamara Shoe Com
pany. 3H it. Sixth at.
SODA-FOUNTAIN MAN "WANTED An experi
enced soda-fountain man. Plows' Candy Com
pany. SCI Olive rt.
TAu WANTDD-Good chance for tailor:
all - round man. Addrera B;x IS. Bonne Terre, Mo.
UPHOLSTERERS WANTED Upholsterers.
Call at 1114 N. Grand ave.
WOODWORKER WANTED Flrrt-clas. wood-
worker for repairing; cnlr rirst-clsss men need
Y -l Yl. 4-,... r C .n s.r..V.. .
UPHOLSTERED WANTED-COOd upholsterer.
Donlgan. Call 1511 Olive st.
WANTED Men of all trades and occupations
to attend meeting at Dewey Hall, zyi S. Broad,
way. Sunday. March J. at 2:20 p. m.; able
speakers; questions answered. Admission free.
ADVERTISING MAN WANTED-Good adver
tising man. Barnum's MMland Farmer. Allen
building. Broadway and Market.
George Frtsch. t Chestnut su
DISHWASHER WANTED-Man to wash
dishes. t S. Second st.
DISHWASHER WANTED Male dishwasher In
coff-e-housc. EiQ jiarkct.
! DRIVER WANTED-One acquainted In
( IH11H41.1C, JVJ'JIJ tW 41. LtlVU'l
riRST-CISS porter fr bjrber shop. 7M
- "- .
HOSTLER fflSTntulml nr.ber hostler:
white man preferred: salary per week. Rel-
nreferredT 'snlnrv a tier week. Hel-
mont Stables. 2129 Washington ave.
HOUSEIJOY WANTED-Good boy to do general
housework and wait on table; rtference". 4.7.!
IIOUSEJIAN WANTED Good German man to
do housework. Call 2233 Park ave.
HOUSEMAN WANTED Onoil German man to
do general housework. Call 2233 Park ae.
"HOUSEMAN WANTED Mat to care" for two
horses and do houwork. IijOS N. Vanieventer.
houe and jard man.
213 llawthcrne boule-
IRON WORKER WANTED Man to work on
Iron work. 218 Locust st.
KITCHEN MAN WANTED A good colored
man for kitchen work. 517 St. Charls t.
KITCHENMAN and dl'hwaher at Kenrlck
Seminary. Applyjo Jrseph Klein. Ml Cass.
MAN WANTED Handr ol.i man to do chores;
good place. Apply 1631 Locust st.
MAN WANTED To do porter work and cook
light saloon lunch at Morrlssei's A. Thompson's
salimn. 2Q0 S. Twelfth st-
"MEN WANTED To see Harris's union-stamp
14 shoes. 407 N. Sixth st,
MEN to sell goods on trains. Office, 25 S.
Twentieth st.. opposite Union Station.
MEN WANTEED btout joung men for fac
tory work. X10 week; learn good trades. Apply
MILKER WANTED Good milker. Kejea
Farm and Dairy Company, 3CS5 Ollv e st.
MILKERWANTED-GoM milkers; highest
wages. Call St.. Louis Dairy Co.
NEWS AGENT WANTED For 4S3-mlIe day
run; steady position. 1707 Market.
TORTER WANTED-Saloon porter. Call at
once. 6121 Easton.
TORTER WANTED-Must hae recommenda
tion. A 331. Republic
PORTER WANTED Experienced man as por
ter for saloon. 72S Chouteau.
PORTER WANTED Man to do porter work In
a boarding house; German preferred. New Home.
407 N. Levee. St. Louis. Mo.
RANGE fireman. $25; hotel houseman. $22, bd.
2 saloon porters. !: assistant barterder. JW
2 hostlers, $10 week: 2 drivers. $12 week: fcteady.
6 kitchen men. $6. $7; potwashtrs. $2i. board.
Saloon and cafe waiters. $7. SS. board, room.
Huggy washer. $35; room and beard; hcstlers.
3 men. private places. $20. $23. board, room.
Store porter, $11: warehousemen, $10. $11 week.
6 house carpenters, 30c, 33c: steady work.
Handy factory laborers. $10, 311: steady work.
Farm hands, milkers and gardeners, $X. $23.
National Employment Co.. 113-115 N. Sixth st.
SODA-FOUNTAIN MAN WANTED An experi
enced soda-fountain man. Plows Candy Com
pany, 621 Olive St.
SPLENDID chance for men to learn barber
trade; practical course by free work, expert It
structlons. tools. dlDlcmas. positions and board
riven; ears saved; comparatively no expense.
Call or write Moler Barber College. 1110 Pine St.
TEAMSTER WANTED A coIorslteam-ter
with references. Apply Stromberg, Kraus & Co.,
Thirteenth and Chestnut sts.
"TICKET SELLER WANTED Experienced
professional ticket seller for very popular char
lty; Al patron. Apply rocm Z. Odeon. Saturday.
TWO tn&n for wholesale grocery house $12.
Machinists' helpers and factory handp. 310 $12.
Drivers, teamsters, truckers, freight handlers
Young men learn trades. $9 week start.
Men run on passenger trains. 345 month.
Men for wholesale and warehouse $12. $14 week.
American Employment Co., S19 Olive st,
WANTED Trustworthy persons In each Sfae
to manage business of wealthy corporation; sal
ary. $18 cash each Thursday, direct from head
quarters: expense money advanced. Manager. 372
Caxton building Chicago.
YARDMAN WANTED At Smith's restaurant,
1908 s. Jefferson ave.
YOU can earn $5 to $15 per week addressing
envelopes of evenings: send -stamp for full par
ticulars: reference, rlrst Stafc Bank, this dry.
John S. Davenport. Junction City. Ky;
YOUNG men run on passenger trains scoth;
$16 week. Apply room 2, 819 Olive.
and laborers. Apply 22 N. Main St East St.
Louis. Queen City Quarry Co. Ship Monday.
3IEX WANTED MEX AND TEAMS AT
TWELFTH AND I.OCCST ST., WILL
PAY GOOD SIEN ?2.23 A DAY, TEAJIS
J4.no. SHORT HAUL. STEADY WORK.
WESTLAKE CONSTRUCTION CO.
TEAMS WANTED To tamnl brick.
Apply Hydraulic Press Brlelr Co., Cra --vols
and Chippewa and King's high
ssray and Frisco Railroad.
Buslnejt and Shorthand Co'ltge. a 20. CI and
S3 Odd Fellows building. Individual Instruction
la Shorthand. T rewriting. Bocstkeepln. Atlth
tnUc and Penman :!i. in Pnooa 371. Dr an- ulfht.
Dill If CDC SAY OP DRAUGHOVS BUSJ
DARnCild A'ESS COLLEGE, Wth A oyr.
Thirty-six (56) bank cashiers Indorne DRAUOII
ON3 PRVCTICAL. BUS. COLIEOE. northwest
corner Tenth and Olive (new buUdlciO as a
school that Is reliable: that gives superior In
struction; that has special facilities for aecurlnc
positions; ISO-pag Illustrated catalogue, contain
lrfc above-mentioned testimonials and other ad
vice as to why It will par you to attend Draugh
cms Colleipe In rr-erence to anjr othr. is rre.
Call, write or phone (Main 103M). Open day- and
nl-zht. If you wlh position may pay taltlon
after course Is completed and position secured.
AOETTi ASD BAUSSIIK.
CAXVASSEItS 'WANTED SU to Jli week com;
missions ca nvasjlrg and collecting: hustlers. K.
CANVASSERS WAKTED For a novel and
practical safety matchbox holder; home use; V
per cent profit. Address 'Minimal." S5 Wash
Ington St., rjoston. Mass.
"SOLICITOR WANTED First-class advertls
Ine sollcitcr. DO N. Fourth st, room . A.
SALESMAN WANTED Salesman for sideline
of summer aresr goods, xoe i-urnou imie auiis.
Box 560. Philadelphia-
SALESMAN WANTED To travel In Indian
Territory and Missouri ;jrood wages to the right
man. Address, OJ S. Sixth st.
SALESMAN WANTED-Counter salesman for
fancy grocery: must be experienced and have
good references. K KS. Republic.
SALESMEN 'WANTED-Ten men to travel: al
so ten good city solicitors: big commission. Call
or address, 73A N. Vandeventer. elty.
Lady Acenta suid Solicitors.
AGENTS WANTED-Lady sgents for rspld sell
ing article: sells at sight: big profits. For free
sample and terms address Marietta Stanley Co..
41 routth st Grand Rapids. Mich-
ALL those desiring help or seeking situation
may resrister with the Free Employment Bureau
of the State Labor Bureau of Statistics, JUS
Chestnut st-r situations and help furnished free
of charge. Tel. Klnloch A la
FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS.
ALL kinds of tin. copper and galvanized Iron
work; stoves, ranges ana furnaces repaired. Con
don Bros., 1U$ Market at.
ALL building material cf buildings corner Ash
lev and Collins sts.: neavy roct trusses, timbers,
joists, window frames and 3u0.cog brick: will load
on cars. HO Collins st.
ASHLAND Place. 4MS House: lot 50x112; C. B.
4U1A; also a lot ot oftlce xumlture. cheap. Par
tlculars at cfSce of bt- Louis Mull- House Build
lac Comr-any (In llqnldatlcn). 613 Walnut st.
Bargain One pair National computing
4541A Cote Brllliante.
BUT our two for 25c mantles for Welsbach
Ucnts: caa or gasoline. Condon Bros.. 1Q2S Mar.
BUT paints, glass-, etc., from Nleman Bros,
and s.?e money; oil. 4Cc: turpentine, Dc; lead.
4c to Cc 1911 Park ave. kidney CSM; C 1C12.
CASH registers ot all kinds bought, sold aad
exchanged. Call or address James Duffy, US N.
lnt t . Klnloch A SS3.
COAL Beet family Inmp coal. 14c bu.. deliv
ered. Southern Coal Co. 313 S. Fourteenth st.:
Klnloch phore C 14.
COAL Doer's high-grade; 14a per bu. delivered
la -bu. lots or over. Edward Doer. SOU Mar
ket st. Phone. Klnloch C 22.
ELEGANT Brunswick cool and billiard tables
sell or rent reasonable: algo all kinds cf supplies
on hand. J. Li. Fowler. 1221 Market- Kin. D .
FOR paints, varnishes. Great Western Paint
and Color Co.. Sherwtn Williams paints. Twelfth
and Pine. Branch. Thirty-seventh and Easton.
"ilOME site. 50x50; dirt cheap: Meecham Park.
subdivision Klrkwcod. U 30, Republic
"OFTlCETflxturesT Call Room 12, Allen bldg..
between 9 and 12 o'clock.
ONE large and
one small safe; cheap. 411
ONE new oak roll-top desk ard chair. 24 feet
new .shelving, flve large tables, six chairs, one
20-gallon cepper kettle, one No. candy Wore,
ore partition. Call 1110 S. Fourth st.
SBVEN-COLUMN Washington hard printing
press; cheap If sold at ence. II. C. Williams. 7002
STOVE repairs for any old sto-ve. "Forshaw,
111 N. Twelfth st.. Klnloch C 7.
TRY our mantles for Welsbach lights: good
ones lc each: I for c; Ji per hoi. Condon
Pjosl. y2 and 102s Market st.
TlP-iw lUIKK desk, nearly new; Hi. mm
Fifteen Cents Per Line.
A TRIVATE detective Soc shadowing and In
."stlKatlng: referni-es- P. O liox 770. St. Louis.
A NEVKK-FAILINtf regulator; t-al rre: la
ols in trcut'e. Instant relief guaranteed: cenfln
rent. 315' home comforts: trained nures; infants
ecopted free: private diseases- a specialty. Sani
tarium. 2013 Olive st.
,' , CONFINElIENTb free: home found for Infant
: " aesirea: consultation ana trial treatment ire-:
I ,alcr Pa" bay In work If desired: orlvate. re
I lake part pay In work If desired: orlvate.
'tailed, licensed home, where you get your
FltarnnlMj t?,., ..,.,.., tataa IrV mV THU-
later; treats Irregularities: board 12 per week:
. all nail promptly answered: patients met at DOTt
I nr atlon 'n my vehicle Mrs. Dr. Mnrohy. 2123
an'i 2125 Olive st.: phone ueaumont jji.
DR. MAFIT ARTHUR Specialist Ladles In
. call ani get prompt relief,- confinement
:akn; Irfants adopted. 2631 Washington.
DR. DENNIS 26.T) Washington Ave Llcersed
Phsslclan: treats all female triub'es: guarantees
results: private home for ladles during confine
ment: Drfect secrcv and seclusion: Infants
adopted: Udl's In trouble, call or write.
LADIES, my rerulatcr ne-eer falls: erne complete,
tratement free. Mrs. B. Starr. 2929 Franklin ave.
rrrvTVTc-c- nioM nrlnr ivinflreiTient: hony
for Infants: ladles In trouble, call. 294 leafayetw
MRS A. SCHnOnDFR receives contlnenen!
lacies in trouble can. gu3 i-raryKiin av-.
MRU BRIDGES Ladles In trouble won't recret
calling; no medicine. 2ag Laclede: Kin. C 1664
Mrs, Dr. MurohV Regulator SI: Gclden Jal,
73c: treats lidle. tl: no cure, no pay. 2125 Ollvs.
PLEASANT to take and guaranteed Is the Ger
man Tapeworm Expeller; price $I:by mall 11.10.
Krlng's rharmacy. 2735 S. Croadway.
REIj.l.TIvn dslres to know the whereaboma
of Dan. Toe or Ed Sweeney; last heard of at ct.
I-ouls M. slten jears ago. Address l'l
Washington: call between hours of 6 and 7 p. m.
TO the Public On and after March 6. 1903. J
will not be responsible for any debts contractes,
by my wife. Mrs. Mary O Malley. John CMalley.
MDC nD UnCAlI receives before and dunnsj
InnOiUMi ilUVfln confinement: InfanU adopt
ed If desired: ladles In trouble, ca'l or write;
terms reasorable; consultation free. 2215 Olive.
Patent npplltd for: reHeves In thr hoor: bewarw
cf substitute: mn senu'n without ftlsnatnrs iC
Golden Seal Mtl. Q . 31 TTaaMngton; prte-a tl-
GOLDEN SEAL FEMALE REGULATOR
Relieve in three hours. Bewaro of substitution:
none Renu'ne wilt out iTiatcr or C&tuia an
leal Co Pr!r? II. U Ollr ft.
MADAME DORA LACY
Female regulator and preventive; tuaranted re
sults: con.jltatlon free; price by mall fl cr call
at office. 2S3T Washington ave.; hours 1 to .
Ccnnnementa. 110: trained nnrslnir. elecant ac
commodation?: free bomes for Infants. If desired;
ladles treated for S3 (treatment ruaranteed): rer
clator II only: private, reliable, secluded, li
censed home, where you are well treated and
Ttmr care guaranteed: private diseases a sds
clalty. g67 Olive at.
Fifteen Cents Per Uae.
THE GREAT EGYPTIAN
RE3IOVED TO 1929 OLIVE ST.
The world's greatest and renowned Clairvoyant
Palmist and Majrnetlc Healer. Profesor Haddad
can read your past, present and future like an
cr.en book. One vWt wIU convince you cf L-s tu
pertorlty over all others; tjui or wo-uan. Charve
tOc Hours: ) t. m. to S s. n. daily and f-urt'ty.
PICKWICK THEATER. SUNDAY KIGUT.
Chas. Brockwav. the whirlwind rlatform t
rredlum. will appear at Pickwick Sundaj nljrht.
jiarcn s. Aumission i-c ana z&c jKeaaus? caaiy.
2532 Olive rt.
MME. DE BODRr2fXB. the great clairvoyant
and medium. Is reliable In all advice and pre
dictions: satisfaction aranteed; home all day
Sundays: parlors arranged so you meet no
slransersi. I7H Olive st.
Moles. Warts. Superfluous
hair, and all dUSjnrln; b!emlsh.i
palnlesslj, pcrmanentlv removed.
JOHN H. WOODBCRT D. V,
;K ItrBsi-Junrl Lit-, 5- Uaii.
AnsOLUTELT full value paid for household
poods; entire contents of houses and Cats
boupht. M Dickson. 23-I-i "Washington ave.: tele-
lnone u isKt.
ALI kinds of furniture, pinnos, carpets,
tents coieMs. flats, stores bouiht: hiihet
paid. "Wolg. 2714 Rutger; C 4w; Main IS-O.
CARPKTs, furniture, feathers and all kinds of
household goods wanted: tic cash prices paid.
S Laclede ave.
FEATHER Beds I will pav R to O eaca.
Postal card. T J. Ryan. West End Katlcn.
rURXITURE bousht In any Quantity: beet
prices for entire contents of houses and Cats.
Jones & Co.. 1111 Olive st. C IC; Mala 1i'.
SECOICDHAND furniture, stoves, etc.; large or
small lots bought at residence or store; good
prices given by Gibson. as Wash
USED feather bedding wanted: will par 43
cents per pound. Send postal. Glebe Pillow Com
pany. 5SM Finney are.
. iSW ,
ANTIQUE furniture; odd pieces; two ward
robes: one old Dutch bedsted. ltu Ncrth Mar
ket. Robt. Tlechmsn.
AXMINSTER and "Wilton rugs: elegant par
lor pieces mirror and pictures: Large hall rack,
did table, base burner, carpets and refrigerator.
UTS Aubert ave.
CONTENTS of twelve-room house, splendid
location. Apply. S10 Locust st.
FOLDING bed. sideboard, couch, chairs.
islrs. taw f
cits ana oiner xurnire; going 10 leave
cavap. mi, LU.om ave.; covrcjiairs.
GLASS-mi rlnnrc Rx?- In Try nrH--
doors. Robt. Tlechman. ill) North Market.
NEW furniture, misfit rugs, etc: big sarins;
for cash: time riven If desired. New York stcr
age company. 9 Wash at.
OLD-STTLE mahogany and rosewooa furniture,
antiques, paintings and curies; anything yoa
aat we have got. Gay. 83 Finney ave.
TUB entire furnishings of a modern up-to-date
house, consisting of mahogany parlor suite, odd
pieces, rockers, parlor tables, cabinet, bed. da
Tenport. leather rocker, and chairs, library ta
ble, mahogany bookcase, desk. leather couch,
brass beds with box springs and hair mattresses.
oak and mahogany dresser-, golden oak side
boarld. table and leather-oeat chairs, hall rack,
mantel clocks, mirrors, pictures. lace curtains,
draperies, cut glass, bric-a-brac and a full-sized
upright piano and muslo cabinet. These goods
are worth looting after by any one vrlshinc
elegant things at a small price; everything good
aa new; used less than six months; must sell
at once; call any time. Sta West Pine.
EMBOSSED-WOOD seven-drawer drophead M
zizzik sr ri-Tr tf.vzzi -.vsr-: .-i"". "
AC4a-,r.A-ru 4VL- 1UO 0ir Uw, ga S. JJnad'
.... -.,-,-l, -,,--,,, . -irii-i.ri.n.ifjl
ABSOLUTELT pays three tunes more than any
buyer for secondhand clothing: lob lots all kinds
bought. Gordon, got Mcrgan st. Klnloch C iL
BARGAINS In street and evening dresses;
highest price paid ror cast-off clothing- '.end
postal. Klnloch A Si. Mrs. Miller. 60? Walnut.
COINS. United States aad foreign; unused Uni
ted State, and foreign postage stamps wanted for
cash. St. Louis btamp and Coin Co. lis v
FOR cash; candy slabs, tools, etc; answer A
GOOD secondhand cablnetmaker bench.
C Slmonet. .SSS Franklin ave.
I PAT to;
top prices all men's clothing; biggest
clly. B. Gelber. C4 Morrjaa sUal.
JOE can use any amount of g atse clothing:
says twice as much as anybody; needs them
ncly; postal: pbone A 1553. 1221 Carr st.
TO bur a second-hand ladder: not less ty
20 feet: must be cheap. Y 402. Republic
Also gold, silver, brass and copper platln-; rt-
ir-iEiiis. uAiu-fu-b -- tmiuiiiiB at reaaonai
price. jjruKg et -ausaCat. tu-ii .Market tt.
We will pay cash fw scran tin. galvanized lrcn
ard tin cans. Writ for Price. Mayer FertllUer
and Junk CO.. Bulwer and Adelaide (MOO north).
. 2. .....- u Ira-,,,,,,, ,VUUL,,
ABSOrTTET.T lawe-t rtrt m - -rt i . i.
trumenta and sheet music Hunlrth Music Co.!
8. Broadway; adjotolnc WeatllcheTPost:
-CIbpliU,?.t? aad for JS0 at Dan'I
9; "-15r PUao " fourteenth and North
Market stsv i-
BEAUTJIjBprlght showcase: used at Ex
position. The Western Fur Co. mi Olive st.
CASH paid for corsets altoa. baritone, clario
net, tubas, tenora and alllUnda secondhand mosi
cal lnstramenta. Tony Placht, lop QHve st.
"llEiR the Sonl of
Krakaner Sing: t
hear n Is to bur It. Bold only br Danl o" t
ker Piano Co., Fourtetnth and North Market
MAGNinCENT raalony upright piano: full
size: reliable Eastern make; all Unprovemecu:
i" ,',1lif?J?x-i,0'tl, aust.sell at once:
cheap. 3tg West Pine.
MOST complete stock ec up-to-date band, or-J-"!;
!5? 'J1' ausra In csty. Hunleth Mufto
Co.. a a. Broadway.
ins bu3r flaa upright plaao. standard makfcN
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. BS.,"5"- uetmoa, Manhattan typewrlt-
Holland building: all telephones.
JTPgJ"Jlre5a- i. per cent saTea,
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