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THE REFT'ELIf1: SUXD'AY. MAEOH 8, 1003.
FOR BIG BUILDINGS
yw Hotel to I'aA ?(ill(l.(MII)
Pliinneil for Sixteen! li :unl
OFFICE STRUCTURE ON OLIVE.
Handsome Improvements Contem
plated sit.lSroadwjiy iiml Pine
Larue lee Plant Will !!
Kreeteit on California.
7ii lrans.ictliin.s of consldcuble imiior
titnec In the realty matkel were closed rs
terday, ow- of" which probihly means the
tection nf a tmtfl lo cost about ft?).!) at
Washington amrap and SIInlh street,
ivhlle the other contemplates a twelve
story office building with a his depart
ment Mole on the lower floors at I ftp
northeast corner of 7ntli and Olive streets
ll Is also utcd that iimoll.itlo.i arc on
for the erection of a twelve-story olllce
building at the northeast corntr of Ittu.nl
waj and Pine stieet.
Following the announcement that toe
million-dollar hotel lr assured for the
west Mde of Tvelfth str-et. between Iy
cuit and St. Charles str-ets. realty dealer"
have bien convinced that the Washington
aen'jo district Is .1 desirable section for
the location of more hotel" which fct. Louis
Is admitted to reoulie. not only for tl-e
World's Fair iicrlod. but to take vuxr of
the ordinary transients at th present
At first It na believed that a Hit hotel
K f would be erecteil on the pmpertv of George
"VV. Brown at Washington aMuueand Hob-
S lilns lane, but the latcM plan call for tl.e
. nullnn tf n 1imII.1Iit. 1.1 ....... almiii tfiki i.i
nd to be denoted to mercantilo pjtpo-ir-on
It 1 vad that the same capitalist who
Jiad the hotel proposition In view for the
Drown property are Inte.estcd In the pur
chase of the lot IIonIK fiet at Washing-
ion avenue and sixteenth street, which is
J directly across the street from the Itrown
The sale was made from Isaac II Uon
berger to Jlenrv Jones through the Nlch-oll-Rltter
Realty and Financial Comp.inv
for 116,(i). Mr. Jones. It Is stated. I
merely the representatle of a i-vndlc-ate
which proposes to male handsome Im
provements. Ptecent plans are for a hotel
to contain f rooms and cist $nui.
ADVANCE IN VALUES.
The location Is considered well adapted
to hotel purpose". It s convenient to
union Station and within walking distance
of the wholesale mercantile district. The
, elevation is high.
A notable featuie of this sale was that
i s air. Llonberger purchased the lot four
years afro for $S3.wu The selling price was
I 1 5116.000.
1 Since the sale was made throuBh NlcboIIs-
j juner an oner nas uten received which
"would brine Hie present aluatIon up to
- 133.O0O. giving a -profit of KSSM.
As previously stated In The Republic, the
, Holbrook Blackwelder Heal Estate Trust
J C mpanjt has received a proposition to erect
s. . twelve-story building at the northeast
S.-- corner of Tenth and Olive streets, running
,T(U through to Locust street.
, IX Is said that one of the largest dCpart
TOPnt St.trPS In l'hllnrt iloalr.u In Iaod.
Jri? She flr" seven floors of the proposed build-
,'V!' ing-. the upper portion of which might be
connected with the Century building adjoin-
S"ti -lnjr aId used for office purposes.
, While the IIolbrook-Klackw elder Com-
liany controlled an option, the announce-
roent that !t bad Ica-ed for the Temple
Jlealty Company the corner lot. vesttrd.iy.
',V .v"was, regarded as significant. Definite plan"
uj ta111 expected In a short time.
-, , . Tha lease of the corner wan made through
u .n Greer-Anderwm. for ninety-nine vears at
rtf (MLSRn annual rental of ttJOO. The lot Involved
tt..3n this deal onlv hns SL frnntnt. nf si hi
-ji -. " Olive street, and Is less than one-sixth
" " f the property which Holbrook-Blackwel-
fftr' nrtfWil fVnm TAntTh k.a tu . U
R0 T the Century bulldinc ' -
?S' a According to the lease the alnntlor.
&(i Sfimore than $3,000 a front foot, which Is' the
nlrhMt f1(-ttfA At.a.. &aaK 1... n.
a XOUlT)r0T)ertVWPstl nf SAVPnth atmBr Thlm
Air fla ?v?ptllp ns an lrtHif Un i.n 'rt. ,.
1 street, the main arterv of St Tenuis i. !,.
22.5. ine recoffniied na the center of d'evelop
BIG ICE PLANT.
JHiat the present nsgotlatlons with thp
.Kelser estate for the erection nr c t.i.
-etory office budding at the northeast cor
ner Of iirOadWaV ami Pine straot- will -.
suit. laL the consummation, ot long.delaved
S,a?r erdlsin2t doubtvd-by. realty.
Robert Kclser has stated that the proper
ly will not bo sold, but he admits that a
long lease justifying the erection of a big
Iiulldlmr on the site 1s tiv i, .!.. .... j
(oration. . . "", -.""
Among tho Important sales of. the neek
ivaB that of lot.nn r4aitfnin .... .-. .
Shenandoah to "Victor street, l2xin reet
-rrom Anheuser-Busch to an Ice company!
Xmwt) popose, to erect a PIant to cost
Tho Alorrnntll Tntef rnr.e..i..i
. - --... -m. -, vunii(iit Jill's wver
al important transactions pending, and the
'JJncoin 'and illsslsspp villey Trust com!
panics report a large business. The latter
'Te,1n, ?,?10", b.'S I"-ehases for the
iTirTs .,? '.hnaI .roa,1 Awoclatlon In various
-oarts of the city, but particularly along the
e,?-. Th.e"e lcsslnCRVJantittr- 1 have
amounted to mote than J-'.WO.OOlO
I'rnnlc J. llonclirrty Changes.
fnH :. Oougliertr. who wi bookkeeper
mL oJ? MchoIIi-mtter Realty and rinin-
fnl..S?I,anyl.?oruxyea, ha embarked
in business with the George A. Duff Realty
Company. No 929 Chestnut street. Mr.
njougherty Is known to every realtv dealer
' ?m ,h stFect- "" of hom predict for
?srbuThKe and a"1- he
r... x.. Mrliolta-IIIttcr.
rilc Mcholla-Kltter Realty and rinumlal
Company report a very active week the
demand for business and residence pr'oper-
Snil?!11.' Inc,rcaTl vcrJ' materially. ThVy
closed the sale of one of the most pronil-
rpent corners on Washington avenue, being
4he northeast corner of Sixteen h street5
E.Vk P"'ney nas u frontage of 115 feet S4
Inches on the north l no m ii. i.-' ' r
!Sft, -?L2'iLi iJ-
?I,ucas ..vp,';,,.'!,""" "' s.inrougn to
i4 The. nr,7.-T- .JT"h ';.?.', !"" rae"-
KMoek sltuatPd' on the" w 'er ? i? SlV-nl
rl.... , . 'V's ii . jcecds incnes 'are
Hfniimi ;.. .i.7 ..!'.."' '"1 .""
sh,, ,,.i,i .",.'"' .-'"-.emirc iroperiy,
am indication of the'rlse' n.v"a lue.,PoWas1,8
Sngton avenue. ih r.,.i,... .. "'!-" a?"
fSEFL ?tfmi front "fobT.-oV JBm'before
fcthe transfer of the'proilerty was made Thu
PVh55jrr- was deflneT ""
iwr-X-VVin"- tre-t. sltuatcl'on a
fA-aln.t ,.." ..:.". ..l,,, no"b ."Ide of
l-n.reei? fVom llei'n'h'odp1
fi,i rtf" ..'i iC0Vt"SK:.!"y -na nil.
ISLKJ!!. -canUle Tt"c'onr!y; gf.
property was sold for JIO.W).
AlEO sold n iiIma if .nnAJ... .
&lde nf M..pv'.t ..:i.t"V'-Ti' on ine south
S? "-,. 1,J.rKt ",re'et between Twen e h
l3.ndi TPnty-flnit streets, belie X. mi
jjlarkel street, lot -ixl43 feetS indie"-' soM
tfor account of n,.i n.i..' """. H0"1
EST, 'he firlflln RealTy Cona
iiiu pioperiy was purchased by Walter ft
Verctceg for MC.oo. J natter H.
jviso soul a block of ground for J3J373 fee
r?'le';! through thehillssls-lpp -VallPV
rrust Company for the T.rmin. i..i,1L,ei
Comnany. particulars ,,f iaT"-"J. t''""',u
(later on -m w iivtn
in rS f0.r ?0UDt of "osallna Jacoby
ir Ten.r..ush ,4n"r0t Iot on e north Jln
f Pine street just west of Fifteenth with
la frontnge Oil Flfteenll. .lr,. , ..JL'L"
net-en ft et and irontlng on an olly neventy-
Kninn .i.; s:i s;i "" .""- i
BZ. . . l'l' 4-fcUJ
Vn.tl, 11L.1- I
tree!. This nrooertv wfl"n, .V; ,n..a'"" J
investment anil tli.i..iiMi-!; .- lr. V " I
;reatlv.n demand -...--.si
. , "' '.'. "l.fll"J- . I
Vjii "ivupicn oy tnree three-store- stoiti-front
Ml'?!? Tlr- "5 fret.W.r. T purchased bv.
Wrlfni, 1.i"".,,orKep ul,out fo,lr .vears-ssd and
l:CKvThlih.,ho.'"1,"'ovem,1,t,,-rectbd bv him upon
-wMRho ,;rstern-Portlouor the'plof, cost him'
ffW'lfJesa than JKliri r. , .r., ' "1 n."n
S16omtml In i IV. t i . l"-s'ry bricks.
gS! ...V'torou'orrl1 s'&sssi
AW report the sale from Xelll. J MK?ZuEtfyl.f&a?JJV'l
!to Jlnrgaret B. Poholewst-i p .i,.V,7'uT.'.T'."
r " - r" -" v "-" "als' reminc
for $.'.;..VI a" month, and was purchased a
Mississippi Voile) Trust Oiiiinnns.
The ie.ll estate depai ttneut of tin- ill--
s-lsi.!pl Vuller Trust Co-npany reports that.
iiiitwlthvtnnilins: the exttemely hid weather.
business last week was ery satisfactory
having closed sales amounting to $Gi.(sVi.
The demand for houses and flats for rent
Is largely In ecss of the supply, which
fact accounts for the ihcrcaMu? movement
in residence propel ly.
The ills.sissippi Valley Tru-t Company re
ports als as follows:
l'rom Ileiij.imln U'Kallon, I feet on the
east side of Main Mreet by a depth of ifi
feet C Inches to ("ninmeiclal street, to a cll
tnt. the consideration belmc KO.Wo.
ANo. from Corlnne I. Htott et al.. 21 feet
O- Inches on the ast side of ilaln street
jj a depth of 107 feet, to a client, the con
sideration being JI1.V"'. the .eller belni rep
rpMnteil In this transaction bv ilothtt .
The illssis-ipui Valley Trust Company al
so reports the sale of ;; fret on the east
line of Front strict b a depth of Ul feet 6
inch" to ComimTLial stieet. from tieorye
It. Taj lor to a llent. the cmildacon be
Ing Jlfwi. the -elJet being Kpracrnted by
the Joseph P. 'Nlyte KmI Estate t.'ompanv.
The Inonlry for suburban property euntlii
Vea. piillrul.ii l for jiiopertv in East Over
lind Tark. and In that beautiful subdivision
this comiauv sold two lots last week, lot
11 111 blink to a elfriit for J.W. al.d Jot I.'
of tilis k 6 to John A. Tompkins for S2io.
These two lots tog, tl.er hive a frontage of
1X' feet on the east side ot Vrnna avenue,
and it I- the Intention of the ttirchaets to
immediately Improve with Mibstantlul frame
Heur Illenienx ftrnlf Co.
1Iciii- Hlemenz Iteallj t ompaii) reports
the fellowipg snips.
Lot on north side ,o,f Hawthorne Inule
vanl west of Coinpton avenue In Coiuptou
Htlghts. 7x.l?J. to an alle.v, owned b K
(iini)iel. was sold for J7.lv) to I-ouN Stock
strohm who will erect a handsome,, resi
dence there to uniform to the re-trlcllons
of the siihilivislon and be an ornament to
that locality. Storm .. l'ari'h a-lteil In
Lot on California avenue. eat sJp. ex
tending from Shenandoah to Victor "treet.
1K.IS to a ro-foot alle. owned bj An-heuser-BuKh
T?rewiug Association, was
!d for JV""1 f the Merchants' Ue and
Coal Compan-". who piopoie to elect such
buildings as are 'planned for the general of
ficc'anil heidquarters of trat company
No i!3 North .Main treet. a substantial
reconstructed buslnes;, liullldlug with ele
vator and tnodni .bJ-IiieFs teqtilrement.
lot :i"4"'by ltjs ,, lo on alley, owned by
Clnrles Canz. wa -old to a client of the
Henty Hhinerz Kealtv Ccmpan. who
bouifht for an invej-tment.
ltlee-Dn;t'r (finiitili .
Itlce-Dwver Ileal E-tate Company r "Port
liavirg closed sale of Ncs H ami 16 North
Fourth stieet. a four-sturj stone fiont
buildln?: containing stores and otlice. lot
40xlfO fret, from the Hellman estate to T
A. Klie. consideration J42.iK'i
Mr. Hlce bought for investment. UN hold
ings In s-jj.i itinck now con-st of Nos U-l-lS-30
North Fourth street. alo Z2i Chest
nut. Also sold Nos. a" and 31'4 Botan'cal ave
nue, a substantial two-story brick. cmsist
imc of four llats of four and five rooms. lot
."Ox.ia. renting for E5 a month, considera
tion ff"), from E. It. Darlington to E. G.
lierrhlll. who bought for investment.
lliert T. Terrj A Co.
Albert T Terry A Co. repnrt'n wry satH
factory wpks buslr.es, and saes aggre
gating ;.. as follows-
One hundred feet' on Thirteenth stret.
west side, between ilarket street and Clark
avenue, by Ho feet deep, through to Center
street, from the trustpe or the Christian
College In China of New York, to a client of
the Mississippi Valley Trust Company, who
expects to us, the prcpittv foi impiovement
purposes, for J16.00O cash.
Also 30 feet of gtound on the east side of
Seventh 3tieet. Just north of Barry street.
Improved with flats front and rear." renting
for 0 a vear. from John Vlls011 et al. of
Omaha. Neb , client or Meisnbach &
Schmidt, to J. J. Knox, for S-X-iO cash.
No. H10 North Eighteenth Mrvet, three
storj. ten-room brick on lot 2lxl feet, renting-
for Fa a month, from S V Monks of
this cttv, to McCnnn-Dowling Itealtv Com
pany, ior iz.aa
Nos. 1427-S South Seventh street, two
buildings, arranged as tenements, on lot r.'Jx
123 feet. J. J. Knox and wife, to th Board of
Education of the CIt of St. IouIs. for J?.2M.
Ileal Kstnte EtcIio :i(.-r olr.
Llncolu Trust Company, .is trustee, sold
on the floor of the Exchange yesterdav 'ot
199x38 feet on the northwest corner of Tcrry
and Euclid, to J. Phlle Young, for J3."C.
Transfers for the month, up to and In
cluding the Cth, numbered J5;i, and j-ggre-guted
There were 111 deeds of trust recorded,
amounting to J34S.5C0.
1. K. Vl-setlfc
F. E. Nlesen Jias removed from Seventh
street to temporary quarters at Nd 9W
Chestnut itreet pending the refitting of his
permanent location on the northwest cor
ner of Tenth and Chestnut street" now oc
cupied by the Barada-Ghio Real Estate
Company, comprising all of. Nos. mm and
1033 Chestnut street and No. 103 North Tenth
ilr. NIpspn was fmnmhlv mnrpcp.l liv
the far-reaching effect which ilavor Wells's
policy of changing Chestnut street to the
dow-ntown driveway will have on that por
tion of, - Chestnut,, street- oast. ( of Twelfth
street, as It will natural) v form the down
town terminus also for Pine and Iyocust
streets. The latter practically terminate at
Twenty-first and Fourteenth streets re
spectively as driveways free from street car
tracks. In. conspquenceof whleh-iconirider-able
Increase In tuplness and some advances
In values may be looked for on this impor
tant thoroughfare In the Immediate future.
Ben E. W. Ruler reDorts the follow inei
sales: No. 41331 .Page boulevard.,rour flats
of five and lt rooms, with all modern -Improvements,
lot MvlS'i, from G. Van Hoor
beke of Carlvle. III. to James u. Arm
strong and wife for tll.300. These Hats are
renting for 11,00 a ear and Is considered
a good Investment.
Also No. 41J3 rinnev avenue,, two-story
seven-room modern brick dwelling, lot
15x146. from E. Robeson to E. D. Allen, who
bought for an Investment. Price, $3 3;o.
Lincoln Trut Company.
The Lincoln Trust Company reports last
week a very satisfactory one In Its real es
tate department. Several elegant homes
were sold and the Inquiry for Investment
property was great.
The northeast corner of Cora and Garfield,
consisting of a two-story brick building,
known as Nos. 1SCO and 1903 Cora avenue,
containing four modern nine-room flats,
with bath and all Improvements, .and Nos.
4501-03 Garfield avenue, consisting of two
stores and two modern five-room flats, were
sold from the Lincoln Trust Company to
David Jamison for $14,500. Mr. Jamison
bought for an investment. The property is
all well rented and well leased and will net
him over 12 per cent on the Investment.
No. 5107 Morgan street, lot 32'8"xl70, with
modern ten-room house, finished through
out with hardwood and blrd'.s-eje maple,
tiled bathroom, exposed nickel plumbing,
steam heat and beautiful cabinet mantels.
.This- house was sold from 1-1 I-AVagner to
Doctor Davis S. Jtqoth for JS.TM.'v Purchaser
was lepresented'by J. I. Epstein.
No.3510 Vlsta-flveuuc. lott 25x100, two-and-one-half-story
modern brick dw'eillng. with
bath, furnace, cabinet, mantels and all Im
provements, from John Powers'aml Mary
Powers, his wife, to John Vogts for J3.10M.
JJr. Vogts bought for an investment.
"No. 3105 Caroline Tstreet, lot 25x125 "with
two-storv brick building, anapged In' two
flats of 'three andifour rooms-am! bath each
-from P." J. 'Vlley tij William1 Horan for .
200. Sir.- Iloran bought for an Investment
No. 4fS North New steail lawnu'e.. lot 100x
l.l. two-story six-room frame, with all Im
provements,, from Cecelia Hubert to Anna
Murie Ruesche for n.200. .The ..purchaser
bought for a' home. ' '
No. 4C22 Vernon avcivue,,Iot 25x125, with
modern eight-room brick residence, from
Doctor D. S. Booth to Albert-J.TrotIer for
H.ouo. Tho'putchuserbotight for an Invest
ment. . .
The Lincoln Trust Company also reports
tin" sale of a fine business corner In the
Soutli End. consisting of stores and flats
which icnt for about Jl.tXe) a vear. from
Davit. Jamison lo an Eastern client. Full
particulars cannot be reported until sale Is
Several pieces of choice vacant ground
were sold and a number of goodMeases made
during the week.
The Grjer-Anderson Realty Company re
ports having mitde a nlnety-nlne-j ear "lease
at a rental of $4,750 net n year on the
nonneast corner ot lentn anil Olive streets,
innslstlng of a lot having a front of 21 feet
S Inches on Olive street by a depth of 75
feet on Tenth street.
The lessors In this deal -were represented
by Jtr. Anderson of the Greer-Anderson
Realty Compiny. while the lessee, the Tem
ple Kealtv Company, was represented by
Holbrook-Blackw elder Real Estate Com
On the property leased there Is situated a
new two-story buff -brick business buildlnj.
the first floor of which Is now- occupied bv
Ihe Booklovers' Library and the second
ftnnf- Is nj-l,nt1 In Ihn Tnlin Tnn.n.. Tt .,
V. vmH1u , .... .,u..ii J,un.U lPlliai
,-yj!."11 ?""nn-?. V??I'".n. Tnese two firms
t!?ve -e-e " me premises, wnich expire
The.present rental on'tbe property 'is 12.-
sii me iruine iceany twrnpan!
takes the nroDertv. nssnmint- thA n,.iBMH
.. . r- . .uiiiiaii.
-. 'ret"":? .". e4r' contractwi
iront loot. This Js the highest price ever
FISH AND YD
Fuel for Your Life Fires in the Shape of QZOMULSION," a
New Concentrated, Vitalized, Pre-Bigestsd
Medicinal' Fish Food.
WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE, SENT BY MAIL.
Svvitnntlnj: In thoso cti-at waters tbnt submerge tbrce
iuirtL'r of I lie earth is a llslt.
The name of the tlsli is "Coil."
Within this little lih U plai-eil the Kvver to feoiJ, vital
ize nuil rejfenerate liuinniilty. "t
Do joti know bow m.iiiy poor. pale. weak. tinnourisliC'il
itiviilids and liopc-foi-jjotten coiisiiinptives; have loen iv
penentteil ami testoretl to life ami health by the wonder
ful nietlirhinl food properties of Cwl liver oil''
If we were heathen, in the lipid of our modern knowl
edse of the preat beiielit-s eonforrrtl on us by this wonder
ful fish, we should woi'ship hiui a.s a cod.
Itut, as It is. we aiv wiser. We eat him.
And in tills way we feed aud keep burning: the sacred
lire of our life that we estch may carry out our life-work'.
If you should point out to mo one thousand sick peo
ple. I would point out to you amoupt them nine hundred
and ninety-nine who are WKAK.
And If you were lo ask me what they lacked to nuke
thorn strons. I Rhould answer, Oi-onuirMoii.
What IS OroinuWion? ' ..ji
It is scientific Cod liver oil food. 'ji'
It is concenrrared fuel for your furnace. ititi.
It is tho unit itoll-il iimnlston of fnl
It is n fuel that will kep your
I'ale. thin people need Ozomulbiou.
Nervous. Irritable invalids need Ozrmuisiou. id i
('aunt, halliard dy.sjK-ptics need Ozomulslon. ,
I'aiu-nuked lung ami thnidt sufferers need Ozoniul-
Blood'-pcor. jiitnply people need Ozomulsion.
All who are sMck anil weary and cannot net strengtli
from their food need Ozomulsion.
Ozomulslon. in addition to its strenfrth-sivinfr. flesh-
fonninj;. blood makinfr. vitnlizitif; properties, eontaius also
t certaitt projiortion of Gualacol. that great natural gernil-
Ozomulsion Laboratory, 32 De Peysier
obtained for any property In St. Louis west
of Seventh street.
The lessee contracts to build, wlthln'four
years, a modem" office building on this cor
ner; and as the-ut half of the block, be
tween Olive and Locust, and runninyfrom
Tenth street east to the alle.v, opposite" the
Century--building. Is now practically 'under
the control of one syndicate. It will not be
long before aJjnodern office building win be
erected on rnjs half block.
This Is the half block that was .under
consideration by the promoters of the new
million-dollar hotel, which hap now been lo
catpd at 'twelfth and Locust streets.
The lessors In, this transaction were Wil
liam T. Littleton and Mary L. McCcrkle,
and are tcf,be congratulated for having se
cured an Investment which will net them
such a handsome figure on the small piece
of property owned by them.
Nos. 1SJ3-93A-95-95A Burd avenue.conslsting
of a. double brick building, divided Into four
flats of four and five rooms each, with lot
50x140, sold for JS.OOU. from Josph Duder
muth to Mrs. Lucy Ralston. .
Also sold ten acres at Klrkvvood," seven
acres on Woodlawn avenue and three acres
Just north. This property was bought at a
great bargain by a client of the Greer-Anderson
Realtv Company It Is intended to di
vide the property Into lots, as the location Is
one of the highest, and most beautiful In the
suburbs, of Klrkwood. Work probable- will
begin subdividing this property In -the
spring, at which time several houses will bo
built upon It ln order to sell the remaining
lots. 'The Greer-Anderson Realty Company
will have charge of the new subdivision.
-, .A. II. Frederick.
II. Frederick renorts the
No. lJ Last Parks place, a set of' Mats
? . 2i'r.,nJ'' eat- " I ngi'for 122 a month,
lot 20i11j fioni Charles Murphv and wife,
to Mrs. I. AMegert: "consideration. J2.50O.
.o. Soil Scott avenue, north !,, i.
twen Theresa and Grand avenue, three
room frame house. loP25xl35. from M. An
derson to .Mrs. M. A. Kt-nupilv. for J1.510.
A fat in. conssns of iai acres In-Pu-laskl
County and Id acre's adjoining in
Maries County, with houff. barn and out-
Kelly.nTi"r W0 ' ''V,s,'r, """''
No?.' 10J2 and" K-M, HIR, street, be'twren
Wash and Carr streets-. ' two tenement
houses, on lot 29x57. renting for VI a month
S41W FV"n tP"1'pna Kulooskjf for
i-i va?ant 'lt!-e !of r'"nd. fronting 27.
1.4) ill the subdivision- ot- SI. Louis Cctintv
known as the. Oaks, lots 3 and 4 from C
Murphuy to Mrs. r. Wieg-rt. conMderafon"
Krorirr Kv Hersfrli Coinpanj .
P.Gi'r?'.r- ?"SfcI'l Healty'Comptiny
reports tjie following-sales: n
.- 1 j4i V' ath,1Rtnfavenue. a, two-storv
rock Ifiont ten-room 'and .reception hafl
dwelling with hot water heating oak re
ceptloli hall, dining-room, bath aftdVcloet.
from. Thomas 'Dunn' to' Doctor' Andrew P.
W0.5W?0 '' k-- fof'a me: for
No. .4539. Washington avenue, a two-storv
5riCh,e,"I0F1,an,( receP'on.hall and'nvod
ern bath with hot .water heating, reception
Hal anid S1,1",?8 room "R'sheJ ft oak tfnd
parlor In bird's-eye maple with' oak nodrs.
from, Robert R. Hammond to Samuel T
wUhlPisc'n ;M,r- onMs incited
wlth'tne Frisco and bought for a home
I.ove A Sons. ,
afonows"8 reP-rt Mles for '"'eck
Ant undivided interest In hoiso No. 502S
SaC "feet, consisting of .twelve -rooms.
brick on lot 100x135 feet, also sixty-two
acres In Carondelet. vacant land, for ,(KW
cash.,from John ELove to Frank, Krsklne.
bought for Investment. . " -No.13931
Folsom: consisting, of six 'coomi,
in two -flats, stock-'brlcv; with gas. water
halh.1;on lot 25x125 feet, sold for t2.W0.cash.
from'Adolph Adler, grocer, to B. and A
Eeltlert1for 27. a 'month.
I Heal Estate Trmnsfer. .
ALUUT-M ; fU rL. t. .belnir' UUfn Allta
Charles II. Kunit w.
"X s"" c. EKnarnnsnausen to js.
AHLaKUTU.x 1001 ft, p. s... bet. Garfield
nucuii5 nuiantp; rnla Tucker pt
al. to.-Corn11a.,Bal) noS-site. ..... .
liver oil. i P.
COTE nRILLIANTR-S f t . S s. bet.
XewiMead and Taj lor: Mary M. solon
tn Wm K .Steckcr w. d '
KADS 17 ft. 6 In . n. s.. it. I'ennsjl
vanla and Compton: Frank IT. Fik
to Catherine n. Grant w. d 6,W
JJADS 27 ft. C ii n. s.. bet. Tennsvl
vania and Compton, Chas. O. Grant to
Frank H. Flnke w. d ' - W1'
FROXT ft. 4 In., w. p. bet. Flnp and
Chestnut: The ColllPr nstate to Ilusli-nell-Pommer
Itpaltr Co tv. d ,9.S
GODl)&- ft-, ev s. fcelnr nu Gonde;
ailrtsn IlaSfpr tft Jumps J o"lrPn w. d 2,tC0
GRANIV C ft. e." . lift Jfctishn and
Osoeoln. Anton' Schpfflcr to John 11.
nii-kerton w. a 4"
IlEREFOItlt-S ft. p. s. bet. UiKSPtt
Hnd VVII-nil. ArirtlA n. It . I. C!o. tu
IrMn-ard I Ilercuckle n. d 1.10
I.AHAlIE- ft . n. .. l)t. Marcus and
Ejrilrt: Paul llaanel to Geo. D. Ilaus
miciin w. il ,. 2,275
LAKAIJIB 100 n . n. . r-Pt. Marcus and i
Bucllii; John () Klllfs to Paul Iiaanel
n-. rt .-r 5,00
aiAFFITT 01 ft., n s . bt. Kind's hlih
a and Norwood; Norwood Park lm
umimtnt Co. to Magrdalpna Grabhp .
w. 1 7W1
OI.TVB-M ft. a. a., bet Jcftron and
Twenty-third: Mary Fprguson Fowler to
Itlchprd Clark tr d 11.250
OL.IVI;-21 ft. a. s. bPinjr 2E0 OIIvp;
Itlchard Clark to James C CroTidu-
w. d -12,'iM
PltA!ItIB-23 ft. s. p.. bet. Von Phul and
Illair- Crank J. Kalbfell to Charles A.
kalnfell w. d 1
SFVKNTII-2S ft. w. 3.. bet lo ami
liobprt: Michael Cervenka lo Wlllloai
Huedlin w. d l.ijn)
hTEWART-l ft!, 'n. bt Wells and
'-. iipinmn laxzp lo t reucncK Ca
ST JjOl'IS 3) ft. a. . pSt of Mar
cuj; Gporgp Ji, Hausn-anr. to I'nul Jlaa-np-w.
Sl'LUl'AX-R ftr n. s.. bplnc 2C3 Sul
livan; William Vlets to Iyulp I'elster
W. d ;.t
VjnflIXIA-25 ft. p. ,. bet Courtoip' a'nil"
Iilmm: Frpi'prlck Ulrlrh to Kmma and
fc.upn- 'ZlPulpr-w; d
WEVT r.K.LLB-30 ft. 11. . Ip-t. Vande
vpntpr and Sarah: Kdnard '. Fllot to
,..VrSI! w- Callahan Pt il-?fclal w, d..
FSTMINSTKR-29 rt. 11 In . s. s.. In-lnir
.Tl4 VApRtmlnitPr; Man- T. I-OKue et al
to John A. Peek w. d
OPERATED A BUCKET SHOP.
- s 11
Wciuv (Joiiiiiii.ssion ('inii)iiiir of
CUu-apt) Fined $2'fll.
Frlrceton, III.. March 7. The Wen re rom
mlsslon Compahy of "Chicago, was round
guilty In the Circuit Court here to-day -of
conducting a btislnes-.-i where deals were
taken on the (Jhicago Board of Trade with
no prospects of delivery. Judge Brown
placet! the line at J2U0.
The Weare Commlslor. Company was In
dicted, bv the 3r.and Jury of Bureau Coun
ty at the February term under the law
against bucket-hops. In the Indictment th
names of the officers were not mentioned
and It was claimed jt would be Impossible,
to bring the company Into court.
When the case was called the company
made a voluntary appearance. The State,
did not contest the statement-that tlie deals
were placed on the regular Board orTrade.
but held there- was gambling because tho
purchasers did not contemplate delivery.
One witness testified he was worth hut
300 and had purchased an option on J700
worlh of grain. The company asked for an
appeal. It has a local branch, with a pri
vate wire. In Princeton.
ROOSEVELT TO VISIT T0PEKA.
Will Address International Y. M.
G. A Conference.
Topeka, Kas..March 7. The complete pro
Kamme fr ho International Yi M. C. A.
conference to be held here from 'April "0 to
May 3 nas been given out -The list of
speakers Includes the following:
President TheoHore Roosevelt. Governor
. J. Be.lley of Kansas. Joseph Itamscv.
i prj3ldent-or the. Wabash Railroad; H.
u. Mudge. general manager of the Santa Fe
.Railroad; the Reverend Charles M. Shel
don, Topeka: -the Reverend Doctor P. S.
Henderson ofBrooklyn. and the Reverend
lctor Elmore Harris; Toronto. Ontario.
Miss Helen Gould-will also be present.
cide of the jiine fon-stn that invalids po into the woods to
This acts on the blond and drives out those harbingers
of ilisoase.ithe. micro-lies-.
O.omulsion unpolsons, tlie blood and feeds the tissues.
For time out of mind phylcijus have prescribed Cod
liver oil for the sick and weak.
But uutil OzoinuNion was perfected no preparation of
Coil liver oil could 1k depended o't to agree with all pa
tients. Plain, pure Cod liver oil is a fat too rich for most stom
achs. Ozomulsion is pre-disested and will afrrce with the
Ozomulsion is the only preparation of Cod Hver oil that
contains Gualacol as well as hypophosphites, and is there1
fore' a germicide a.s well a.s. a food.
Ozomulsion is tho only remedy that will vitalize the tis
sues and purify and refresh the blood.
No other emulsion will do wliat Ozomulsion does, for
Ozomulsion represents the last discoveries of science in
making Cod liver oil available as a cure for disease and
Ozomulsion is prescribed by physicians and is for sale
SAMPLE MISLED FREE
To those who wish to test its pleasant taste and valun-
Me properties before purchasing, we will on request, mail
a free sample 'iottIe. Send your name and full address.
.street and numberand, if desired, that of a sick friend or
neighbor, and we will forward the sample at once by mail.
Street, New York
LIQUOR STILL SOLO
IN HOUSE CAFE
Law rrolilliitinjr Sale of Intoxi
cants Apparently Ignored at
National Capitol. ,
NO PENALTY FOR VIOLATIONS.
DpiiUt Also Exists Itep-arding'
1'roper Authorities to Enforce
1 the Rider ro the Immigra
The Republic Bureau.
Hth St. and Pcnnsj Ivanla Av p.
Washington. March 7. Drinks are still
sold at the House end of the Capitol, and
there are no evidences of any Intention to
cease. The glasses were there jesterday as
usual nml'one' could have whatever he asked
for the same as ln former times before the
proviso on the Immigration law forbidding
such .-ales. The answer Is made that no
notice lias been given the proprietors of the
House restaurant to discontinue the sales.
The proviso ot the laws comprised' In
the thirty-fourth section and is expressed
In two lines:
'That no intoxicating Honors of anv
character shall be sold within the limits'
01 the Capltol-of the United States."
No penalty for violation or the law Is
provided, and while penaltles'are designat
ed for the violation of other parts of the
Immigration law. It Is thought to be a ques
tion whether the new provision will prove
effective. It seems almost certain that
lawyers. and Judges will have-to struggle
with tho law to determine whether anv
means can be found to prevent the sales
and enforce tho statute.
The House restaurant Is under the dlrec
S!lM0fsIh.1 Slaker and the Committee on
Public Bullulngs and Grounds, but since the
adjournment of Congress there is no Speak
er and there Is no Committee on Public
Buildings and Grounds.
The clerk of the House Is the head officer.
?"d.'5 anybody at the Capitol has authority
l ihi '"cessation of liquor sales It is
fn..T!?.,S?ndU!on "'" Prevail for the next
nine months unless by some development of
affairs an extra sesslnn e ,.. it.. -, ..7
,become neceMary. c """" B"""u
in..clS,, p"Ker or lhc Puu"c Build
stopped the sale of liquors in the House
restaurant at anv time hail they so desired.
ThhptpSnHtearlt'e? de,lrl t to ceaVe at
their end. and the rule was observed.
Some Senators w;ere Informed Yesterday
about the continued sales on the House side
Sft es:b?neriIh,nt!,sna,yon' i"?lentURoSse!
velt signed the act March 3. and It went
immediately Into effect, except the Tro--vlslotis.regardlns
naturalization, which will
not become operative for ninety dajs.
Hvansvllle. Ind.. March 7. John Laurpt ami
to-day. Ills i.eath was the result of a. rurtlcal
Kr'ieea5if! naU or 0"mnr and
All Patterns 10c
8884-ryiSSES' TANCV VABT.
12, 14 and 10 years.
886S-CMLDS' BOX'PLATTED COAT.
1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 years.
LADIES' PAJCCi- TUCKED WAIST.
88S.1 LADIES' SEVEN-GORED SKIRT.
Waist. 32. 34. 36. 3S and M Inch bust.
Skirt. 22. 24. 26, 2S, 30 and 32-inch waist.
BE SIRE AXD IFILli, YOl'Il
S KJr-iSsasgBWtMI rr? TsSraTfetVl '
BBSs m&8&m MwMMzff wtl b?V
If I Hi KfiSSMP Hiv m 111 ft'i S. ii ! a !'. JLi 1
iMI B '41 w
S Billlliik iiK' iltl&
Send 10 cents (one silver dime) to The Republic Pattern Department. Renuhlix
building, .for EACH pattern ordered, and Inclose this blank, properly filled out with
jour name, address and'.bust or waist measure or age for each pattern ordered".
No. SSSI. Misses'! Waist. Price 10 cents. Age
Xo. 8S60. Girls' Coat. Price 10 cents. Age
No. XSSI. Ladles' Waist. Price 10 cents Bust measure....,
No. 8SS3. Ladles'. Skirt. Price 10 cents Waisl measure ,
No. SST4. Misscs'vCoat. Price 10 cent's. Age
NoSSKT Child's Coat. Trice 10 cents. Age
Ladles' cWaist." I'rice 10 cents.
Ladies' 'Skirt. -Price 10 cents.
STREET AND NO
TO INSPECT THE COMPANIES.
Colonel Ewert Is to Report Condi
tion of Illinois Militia.
Sprlnfteld. III., March ?. Under direction
of Adjutant General SmlUi. Colonel Theo
dore i.ert. Assistant Adjutant General,
departed to-dav for Areola. Newton. Mat
i?on.VMount Arnrt Emngham and Olney
for the purpose of making a critical exami
nation of he companies of the Fourth In
fantry. Illinois National Guard, stationed
In those cities.
Colonel Ewert.wlll also Inspect all public
property reported unserviceable by the com
manding officers of the companies named
and w-111 rejommend disposition of samp.
Upon completion of the duties assigned
tS?nSi-M -U'l 1'r,ecteii to return to
??,,?.?.?'lcL,amke,h's report direct to the
Auiuian.ienerai. - ,
Each All Patterns.
li M 'fWJs J
8874 MISSES' COAT -vTITK SECTIONAL
12, 14 and 16 yeare.
8860-CHPX'S MONTE CARLtfCOAT;
i. 6, S and 10 years
SSTS-LADIES' FAXCX WAIST.
S5T3 LVDIES' FIVE-GORED SKIRT.
Waist. 32. 34. 3fi. CS and 4" inch bust.
Skirt. 22. 24. 26. 2S. 3D and 22 Inch waist
CORRECT POST OFFICE ADDUESS,
BLANK g VkxZFJSS
service or the State are Issued .,. .
lowing enlisted men of coSm V 'rEnSt
Infantry: Privates Albert P vLFurih
Moore. Edward Bates and JUwSS18
CATTLE ARE NOT AFFECTED.
Groundless Alarm That Deadlv
Disease Uad-Beached Missouri. "
ItCPl'WJC SPECIAL. -, ,
Columbia. Mo.. March T!-i
It. Ellis w- the'state -r,?,elrPt??T.Ge.?r
il. rails m- the State H.Mr7iV.rj.'-,e.orKe
emphatically .teni.' .4?rt;or- Agriculture
VZ?' ? MTssoTrir "f -1 moulh SK
bre:akfng"Cut o.h'S'SEL"-,. oy tho
from cattlemen In MUs.,JTeeV!.mf le,,ri
noway was mi t-T."?".'- Doctor Con
of thes e Avi.i "esiiBatp a number
It iSL totWaygS
on -Mejer-w. d.i.5 V...-w.Vr.-.-. 10,509
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