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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 6. 1904.
91 tuln 1
ABSOLUTELY cheapest place in city for all
kinds of spuslcal Instruments; theft, band and
orchestramuslc Hunjeth's. 9 S. Broadway-.
ADDRESS It. W. Vorhees. lt, Morgan sL
Tel. Klnloch D 218S. Tuning and repairing.
ALL. tuning and repairing nt pianos at lowest
prices, all work guarante-d; est mates free;
Postal. Albert Edw. Dorr. U5S Westminster pi.
AN experienced piano teacher desires moro
pupils; Ja cents a lesson. 1616 Wash st.
AN ounce of pretention Is worth a pound of
cure: a penny Invested In Information on the
piano subject may save you dollars, send a
postal with jour name and address for "Point
ers for Plane Iiirchasers."
THE CONROY CO. 1US OLIVE ST.
A1OLLO piano pjijers contain It points of
superiority over all others, the transpos ng de
vice alone Is truly wonderful; easy pa) menu
and free musical library.
KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. Sl Oltvs at.
ATTENTION". Cornetlsts There in many
cheaper places but for HrEt-cIass instructlcns
remember Montgomery's Cornet 8tudlo. 410 N.
Jefferson. Open evenings.
I'.AIir Grand p ano. In a rosewood case, only
$13; stool and delivery free; easy payments.
KIESELHOIIST PIANO CO . SH O.lve St.
BARGAINS Cornets. JS altos, J7; barytones.
110. clarinet anv key. S. slides, $6: Wash
burn mandolins. tlO. Tcny Placht. 10 2 Olive.
BUY your musical tnstrumen's where you
have advanta.fr of largest select ons In city and
lowest prices. Hunleth's. 9 a Broadway.
CASH paid for upright planes, cornets, altos,
tenors, bar tones, tubss. c&rlnets. 'cellos, has?
violins, etc Tony Placht. 1001 Oiliest.
COMPETENT teacher ulshes few more puntls
for the piano M cents a lesson, special atten
tion in rates to beginners, boys especially; chil
dren taken from 6 vears up. Call or wtlte.
3129 'Easton ave.
DON'T buy a piano of anybody or any house
until you have read "Pointers for Piano Pur
chasers"; rree jor tne asaing or manea on re
ceipt of a postal card bearing your name and
THE CONHOT CO.. 1113 OLIVE ST.
DAILY concerts In our p!ano-pIaer department
ere free to all Ccme in and hear the ApA.o.
Peerless, Kimball and other wonderful electric
and foot-pOTvr pta-eis.
KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. 914 Olhe st.
D1ST1N slUer-pIated Eb cornet. J2S; Boosey
barytone. 31S; wholesale prices to outside
towns on instruments. Joseph Placht & Bon,
113 S Broadway.
IXWTT fall to get a copy of "Pointers for
llano Purchasers" before buying your piano;
H only costs a postal card and w(ll sae you
dollars If the advice Is heeded.
THE CONROY CO . HIS OLIVE ST.
ELECTRIC pianos for home and public ue
with and without nickel -In the slot attachment
push the button and Dlano does the rest, eas
payments; old piano taken In part pajmenu
KIESELHOIIST PIANO CO . 914 OlUe st.
EVERY used p ano we offer for sale has been
thoroughly repaired In our own sheps, and
will be guaranteed: will also take thm back
In exchange at price nald within two (2) years
Could anything be fairer?
KIESELHORST PIANO CO . 914 Olive it.
EXCELLENT Lindeman upright. In flrat
class condition; good tone: nne action; fully
guaranteed. Rl Iter's. IPS N. Grand.
KOUR (4) fine Oiickerlns: pianos in oar bar
gain room at 3TS. 3100, 3US and 3140; easy
KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. SH Olive st.
GABLER upright; 1-3 octa.e: 3133: Kurtz
xnann square, 7 1-3 octae. 3C5: Stone square. 7
octave, 330; all In good order. G. Groteguth. 10&
y Twelfth st.
GOOD Weber square piano; 375.
HERE Is a snan: T4T0 rlao. usl nnlv a .
time; only 3230, on easy payments. D. H. Bald
win i Co.. 321 Missouri .r,t hulldlnc
HUNLETIPS Music House carries the best
and largest stock of records and disks at cut
prices 8 S. Broadway.
ITALIAN vocal and piano studio; Sur. Por
rasl, with royal diploma; terms reasonable.
IP you want to know how to get an. honest
piano at an honen price, drop a postal card
with your name and addres asking for our lit
tle book. "Pointers for Piano Purchasers
THE CONROY CO. 1113 OLIVE ST.
JF It sais "Kimball" on ymr piano; tat
settles It. It means the most piano value r
c, the least money, easy terms of payment if
,- KIESELHORST PIANO CO . 914 Olhe st.
IP you want to know the difference between
9 a stencil and nn honest piano, send for our
'little booklet. "Pointers for Piano Purchasers."
,-A postal card with your name and address
THE CONROr CO. HIS OLIVE ST.
JOHN FELD -ells Sohroer. Newby . Evans
and other reliable nlanos at Odeon; Hkewie at
i.tl M Loul ave.. rhoncs Tvlr 571 and D 141X
JOPEPH PLACHT & SON. 113 S. B-oadway.
rf hJ rgalrf Cornets. 3C, trombones, 37: clarlo
r.ets. xs. altos. 37. barytone. Ji. tuna, Jio.
JLST Imnorted. immense lot of mouth hams
and accordions at way down prices. Hunletn
Jiu'lc Co . 3 s uroadTra).
KNAUn upright -plan". In a dark-Vosewood
raser onlv 1160; ev navments-
,. KIEbELMORST T1ANO CO..-J1I OU st. .H
LADY who ovns her ov.n horn? would like to
-:-t vuse of mano for storau; best of care; no
clii'ilrtn DX 10. Republic
I.KARN TO TUNE TOUR OWN PIANO-:
j-.ru otr.ers uy man ana db inacpenaent. na
tional Tuning Collece. St. l-oul. lit.
LESSONS on mandolin and guitar by young
ianv kjlii eieninKa. ji i,aiayeue ac
XJOOK at the Straube and'GUmore nlanos te.
frre hurlrtE. T)u sate time and money. B A
Boehm & Ilro.. 16W Franklin are
UlWLli PUTNAM, teacher of violin, man
dolin, jrultar. banjo; quick ccurse; instruments
rold. exchanced. repafred, loaned free. Corner
'Grand and Finney.
MANDOLIN, guitar lessons. Kc- tboriuxh
coarse; lasts, free. Mlts Putnam. 1121 Leonard.
MANDOLINS, guitars, banjos, from $2 up;
lessens, Ed cents. L M. Marsh, S06 N. llroud
ay. MUSICIANS WANTED Amatenr musician
to form band and orchestra. 'DV 11T Republic
MUSIC lessons Riven by Paul Rossow, teacher
of music from Germany. 1210 S. Broadway.
MUSIC Teacher 20 jeara experience; first
w union musJQ famished, ir ivallaca. 1903
Chouteau - ',
MUST sell rlano: cood oonortunltv to ob-
a .sa.a U us ct"w.a tuau mucufcp 4iajw 4 d
sponse profltable to purchaser. 3&0i Franklin.
ffi4ffi m Mralvii rlrt-nT4a fnrtmvh.nt. ..l1 a
NEARirr new mahocanyase upright piano
for. 1120 on our eaey.payment plan. See tnls
anap Monday' In -our barsaln -room, second floor.
KIESEL.HORST PIANO CO.. SH OUvs st.
where you buy your piano.
"Polntpr. fop Plnno Purehasertr our .ltttl.
booklet, trill be of valuable service to you.
a posuu cara wilq yrcr name ana aaaress
brlnrs It to vour door.
THE COftROT CO. llllKOLrVE ST.
ONLT ons left: fine, new Bachman upright
mahogany cast; latest design; KSO. Hitter's,
1E5 N. Grand. - -
ONE new guitar and mandolin below cost.
ORGANS at 110. IIS. (31 to US. Prices reduced
one-halt in order to clear out this stock next
week: 'easy payments
KrE3ELH6RST PIANO CO.. Sli Olive st.
OUR "terrain room" contains the best piano,
orran and piano player bargains in St. Louis;
prices range from 10. SIS and up; easy pay
ments. KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. 1 Olive St.
PIANO teacher: best methods- artistic touch:
harmony, accompaniments; adult beginners a
specialty. Miss Wright, MS N. Thirty-fifth
St.' (comer Bell).
"POINTERS for Piano Purchasers" Is worth
Its weight In gold to those Intending to pur
chase a piano; 1 cent Invested In a postal card
may saTe you rnany a dollar, to say nothing of
bitter disappointment In buing a piano; if you
are Interested write for it.
THE CONROT CO.. HIS OLIVE ST.
PARLOR organ, suitable for Sunday school
or.chapel;ln good order, cheap. 631 S. Fouith.
PARTT leaving town will sacrlflce upright
gland: payments to responsible party. DT Ml,
PIANO First-class Instruments; as good as
new; bargain 7310 Mich gan ave.
PIANO PUPILS WANTED Terms Reason
able. S97S North Market.
PIANO: at a bargain: Jcarred legs; square
piano. 6878 Kensington ave
PIANOLA for rent; almost new, with good
selection of rol's and cabinet. DW 1. Republic
PIANO Upright, nearly new: flne lnstru
ment; cost $350; will sell for JIM If sold by
March 10 IQt Ru'ger; Fourth at. cars.
PIANOS tuned. tl-SO; first-class piano and or
gah tuner and rernirer; fS yrars' experience;
send postal ta H. Knuts. 1114 S. Broadwar.
"POINTERS for Piano Purchasers" Is a little-
booklet complied by a man of forty years
experience In the piano business for the benefit
of theeaydeslrlnr an honest piano at an honest
price. A postal card with your name and
address brings It to your door.
'im; juilii k.j.
1115 OLIVE ST. i
PUP1IJ5 WANTED On violin, unsurpassed
success with beginners: 60c. Miss Clear. ZSS K.
REMEMBER that we always have on hand
the celebrated Schaff. Strontoer. Schuber,
Llrdeman pianos; casli. time, renUng, Rabe,
RENT pianos; brand-new uprights. In ma
hogany, walnut and oak cases; only S3.EO per
month. We have need ones also for rent; one
year's rent allowed on future purchase.
KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. SH OUva St.
REQUIRED taell upright piano;' flrat-cl'ss
Instrument: opportunity to obtain a bargain
lor quick application. iillA De'mar boulevard.
ROSEWOOD-CASE upright to fair condition,
only 73: on our -easy-payment p'an. .
KIESELHORST PIANO CO.. MKOlivs st
EsUbllshed 1879. N
SCHILLER; one-half price: cost new 8330;
left with us to sell: our advice, snap It up.
Beyer, Seventeenth and Locust.
SEVERAL very fine slightly used Kimball
pianos: tlTi. 1190. SUE to tSO: stool, scarf and
tree delivery; easy payments.
KIESELHORST PIANO CO-i M Olive st.
. Established 1879.
60UA1LB .pianos, lnood condlUon,--only 8U.
tS and up: on our easy-payment plas:they
Would cost -double the money elsewhere.
KIESELHOR'ST PIANO CO.. SH OUve st.
POINTrnS for P-ano PnrchaaCTS" tells vou
how-to-lake care of and preeerre your piano;
a postal card with your name and addren is
ail it costs
the corcnoY co. nis olive st.
SYMPHONY mahoffany-case Belt-playing or
pin fox only $123, Including music; worth, new,
U'JJ; easy patnent ,,
KIE5ELHORST PIANO CO.. 914 Olive st,
THE net selllnc price of every piano and
piano player In our enormous stock Is taxied
on same In plain Azures. It ts f rota' 150 to J1J0
lower than elsewhere on similar trades: easy
terms of payment.
KIEaELJlOUST PIANO CO...S1 Olive st.
I rltUlHT piano; must sell this weelc IS N.
USED upright piano fully warranted for tv
ai 5 ears: on tasy pay me. it, p. ti. ia.uln
fc Co 321 Missouri Trust bulMIiur
WE sell Vose & Sons upright pianos at a
sacrifice If taken this week; rood as new. 3Jus
a Jefferson a
$330 Chlckerlnx piano, very cheap, jer will
trade for upright 3022 Clark a.e.
340 buys fine piano, with stool and cover.
Schubert & Moxter. SS02 Franklin ave.
JC buys a rood Undcman piano; In stood con
dltlon; Just the thine to learn on. Itabe. 1409
3175 buys a fine, new piano; slightly dam
axed in ehlpplng; this Is chance for you Itabc.
3162 bujs fine mahogany upright Dlano; cost
3300; all the latest Improements; with practice
etop. stool and scarf 1414 X Sixteenth.
1S3 Irvine make, only slightly ued; beauti
ful. Colonial case: our terms. 310 deposit, 36 or
7 monthly. Bryer's. Seventeenth and Locust.
S3T unlpht n'aiw lr oil, a
only aahcrt time; 3178; 310 cash. 33 per month.
D H WHcwl & "2
3135 Chlckerlng upright, this is another Ch'ck
Tinjc bargain; traded in,- $10 and $5 monthly;
don't miss It. Bejera, Seventeenth and Lo-
3120rfChIckerlng, In perfect condition: this is
worthv jour investigation; 310 first payment; Jj
rnontMy thereafter. Bejcro. Seventeenth and
3S0Q upright piano, 3200; good square piano
$25 Hamilton organ $ft; cood bargains. Jo
seph Placht & Son. 113 S. Broadway.
Of baying a Piano Is a great con
venience to thousands yf people and
will be fully explained to any one
Interested. Liberal discounts for
We also rent, tune, repair and ex
change Pianos upon most liberal
THE ESTEY 0B.,-
1)16 Oli Street, r
A recent purchaser at oar wareroom made the
aboe remark, and w are proud to siy lir the
truth; we buy onlr auch ffOods ai have espe
cial merit and new Improvements, that meet
the appnnal of expert piano builders; mich an
expert Is our Mr. P. Beyer, who. for 34 years.
has stood aa an exponent of ail that was first
class In pianos; Zi makes to select from and
eery kind of fancy case In stock; it 1'.I pay
you to Investigate: It will savB you money; It
Mil sare you time; always a pleasure to show
goods Beyer's. Seventeenth and Ivcust.
Are without a rival for tone, touch and dura
bility. For-sal. )
. SCHUBERT & WIOXTER,
ZSta r-RANKLIN AVE,
SCHAFF BROS. PIANOS.-'
ItEST IN TONR SINGINa 'OUALITT.'
r."W. RABE. HW-Carrst.
Agent gcnuDen ana stronper nanos: -
WE PRIDE OURSELVES
On th fine Hue of tilancs we hindle. We knW
jthat every one we sell helps sell more for ns.
uur consiamy increasing iraas is ptoi ot uia
above, KLEEKAMP BROS. PIANO CO..
t 23'J7 Park avt.
S195 BUYSrRNEKNABE USED
Upright piano:" rosewood f case and full scaley
radrCTJLaiiiii uiub. i muu strv., mv r .. am. s . -rt
LESTER PIANOS ARE- BEST,
t275, $300, C50 and J400; best tone piano in
St. Louis. See and hear them before
buying. , .
MONEY CAhT-BUY BETTER.
1414:16-18 North Sixteenth St.
Phone Klnloch A JS29.. '
A PIANO BARGAIN.
A ' ellKhtly used' high-trails -upright; latest
style, mahogany case; sweet tone: very cheap
ror'cash. LAXQAK 6TORAOB CO..
PIANO PLAYER BARBalN
We have ss elegant assortment
piano players war. wiu ns sola at
SI50, SI75 and 8200.
They are the latest Improved Instru
ments on the market and are. so easily
operated that anv child can play tbe
piano with the aid or our playsrs.
without airy knowledge of music
Easy terms and no Interest charged.
a n Cor. Elrrenth and Ottv sta. -1
Monday mornlnir we will place -on
sale in our piano department all sllpht
ly used and odd styles of upright plisos
thit we have on hand.
THE PRICES QUOTED
On these pianos are much lower than
we have ever sold Instruments cf their
grade before, as we cannot give room to
used pianos when the space Is nseded
for new ones.
$125 AND UPW4RDS
Will secure an elegant used upright
nUuio that Is tullv OUAUANTEUD
FROM FIVE TO TEN YEABS.
Easy Terms and Ho Interest Charged
S. B. Cor. Eleventh and Olhe sts.
A Go d Upright Piano
for .practice and service,
One 6-Cc;ave, Oak-, Cass,
Ki ni b a 1 1 Organ, at ,a
Great Bargain. Call
0. K. HOUCK PIANO GO,
1010 OLIVE STREET.
S2I0 OLIVE ST.
TRADE YOUR SQUARE
If It takes up too much room: space Is valuable
now. durinf th. GmOBltlMl vmar-'a nldtni TeA
and upriaht both could occupr the space now
itsed up by the square; we can use several irood
squares at once for selllnc; and reuttnx; to
world's Fair ventures, and will allow an extra
crlee In trade if broutbt to pur. notice at -once;
ZL makes ot uprights to select from; all the
best grades, too; terms as reasonable as any.
Severs, Seventeenth, and, 'Locust.
k r MU SI (ftS&Music
Why RENT a worn-out
old piano when we rent you
a first-class NEW PIANO
in any case, keep same in
tune free of charge, besides
rent to apply on purchase?
0,K. HOUCK PIANO GO.
1010 OLIVE STREET.
Oiter to the better crade p'ano3. Wo have the
flnest that's made: also rellab'e pood medium
Etade; over 25 different stjles to select from
K1EEKAMP BROS. 1'IANO CO.
J307 Park avei.
22 vears experience. Both phones.
Is a very important matter. Call us
by plione or mall us a postal. We will
send you the best tuner in tbe city.
Phones: Bell Main 26; Klnloch G 2365.
. K. HOUCK PIANO CO.
1010 OLIVE STREET.
At lowest rates. New Pianos In
Mahogany. Walnut. Oak and
ilaplo Cases. Pianos sold on
payments or for cash. Tuned,
repaired or moved.
THE ESTEY 00.
1116 OLIVE STREET.
STOCKS A.MJ B05DS.
The Colonial Security Co.
OP ST. LOUIS WILL SELL YOU
A GOLD BOND THAT GUARAN
TEES 41-2 PER CEeNT COM
POUND IVTEIIEST FOR TEN
YEARS, AM) IX ADDITION IT
1VILL PARTICIPATE IX Tllfcl
PROFITS OF THE COMPANY.
FOR PARTICULARS CALL UPON
NOLAND & BURKS, SUPERIN
TENDENT AGENCIES, 400 COM
MERCIAL BUILD IX G.
risii i-isCti' sn-sri irri fs.tsjnjt
HJUNCLolfl gold -aatches. jewelry, silverware,
etc; get cash. Downing & Co., platers, as N.
MODISTE desires more customers: ladles'
tailoring a. specialty. 4411 Labadie ave.
PLATING and repairing silverware: gold
plate watches, jewelry: cash for old gold, sil
ver and platinum. Downing & Co., platers,
208 N. Seventh.
SEAMSTRESS Wishes Bewlnjr In first-class
faml.les: 31'day: references DI 6. -Republic.
SKIRTMAKERS. ETC WANTED Experi
enced skirt and waist makers at Cummlngs's.
4443. OUva St.
'FADtM, THE LADIES' TAIL0.1.
-Ladles' suits, 320 up. when goods are fur
inlsbed: gives Instructions to ladies for making
their own suits: 50c per day; cutting, 45 lessons,
325. 4484 Morgan, near uay.or.
eoLO mm sslvr
Platlnt In all Its branches: repalrlnr of solid
silverware a specialty; clocks, watches, opera
5 lapses asd ch and pliers Kold Plated. Gustav
I Kraua-i, 617 X'lnc at., second floor.
ASSB3S1IENT Notice Office of tht Missouri
Stat Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Com
ponr of St. Louis, Mo, Feb, 17, 1904.
Notice Is hereby rtven that on assess
ment has this day been ordered by the Board
ot .Directors cf this company on all premium
notes held by this company from 2W20 to 22wr
Inclusive, payable on or before April 4th, 1904
H. J, DIEKNE1TE, Secretary.
SEALED propossls for the purchase of all or
girt of 130.000 coupon bonds, issued by Perry
ounty for building a courthouse, will be re
ceived up to 4 a'clcct p. m.. April 1.1904. ty
the undersigned. County Treasurer of Perry
County. Missouri, at his office In Perryvllle,
Mo., the said Issue of 130.000 in bonds bring d'
trlded Into fifty bonds of 1500 each, and flf'y
tf 1100 esch: sll payable In one to twenty
tears from dste at option of Perry County;
bST S per cent Interest, payable semiannually.
Bonds dated April 1. 1904. Frt-clpal and Inter
est payable at County Treasurer's office. For
detailed Information write C F. Luckey, Coun
ty Clerk. Perryvllle. Mo. Right to reject any
or all bids reserved.
Under direction of County Court.
CHARIJS4-LITSCH. County Treasurer.
TO Whom It May Concern Notice Is hereby
given that certificate of deposit No. 979). on
the Bremen Bank, payable to the order of WU
helmlna Albus. for 270, dated May 11, 1302. and
pa) able on demand, has been lost, and every
one Is hereby cautioned not to negotiate or ac
cept the certificate, as tho same has not been
Indorsed by me. WILMELMINA ALBUS
DR. HARTMANK. dentist? xamlnittfnn tr
crowns. U: plates rtet teeth). 34 to X7: first
class work guaranteed; asy payments to work
Inff popl?J oally or Sundayr n. w. cor Elev
enth and Fran kiln,'
Save the Natural Teeth by filllriB or
crowning. Restore the missing ones by
Brldces or nates.
' " DR. E. C. CHASE,
g B-. Cor, girth and Locus Streets, SL Lonla
NEW Y0HK DENTAL RQ0!S.
Lcpidlnc Dentists. Established -for 42 rars.
v ,t. ui. diuiuwct ana tjuve
Kntrance 5W OUvs st. Kstrsct
Ine FREE when teeth are or
dered. Larsest snd oldest dental
estah.lshment tn the city. We
cmplov the most ski'lrul men tn
the profession. All work suar
anteed Conultatlon FREE. Do
not look for cheap dentists, but
come to us and set reliable
work at loacit prices Open
dally from s a. rn to' p. m..
arut lundav from lt'30 to 1 p m
DR. A. E. IVIOSER.
Dentist. Crown and Irldpe workfa specialty
Examlnatton free, tw Frankiln ave.; entire
second floor. ,
AAA11.CW cards c; billheads, notehcads,
envelopes. l.t3. McGUl & Cx. in rf Eleventh.
BH for'' pressa-ork and blndmir book- -ornte
or together. 411 Olive. Room 410.
CRESCENT PRINTING CO.. 937 N. Fourth
St. Fine work; fair nrlces: tM for samples.
i.iindiAn,i civuo , x-noiers, zis I'me, so
licit your business and guarantee satisfaction;
nne commercial wotit a specialty, lun, 1430A-
1M fine, vUIIlns. cards, jsc, nostnold: emrreet
styles and- sires; reneral society prlntlnr.
fontlae Pngravlne, Co., ts Cupples SUtlon SL
BYEIHG, CLEAKI50, IlEPAIIUHG.
- - I
ir'X'ri'S? '!fT1"a'a meaaea af re I
anacU'raftei. Jia-Walton ave. I
MEDIUMS AKD CLAIRVOYANTS.
2620 Vv wni o . - v',
This strange and wonderful woman la gradu
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Ordained to do what she does, her marvelous
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hile vou look. ;'sten and wonder
TIlE Fl1; 3X13 CAN DE FORETOLD.
Asking r questions, the tells your name In
full, yoi -ccupatlon, whom and when you will
Professional men and women are awes trick
en. the public In general are dumfounded.
speechless, some say miraculous Had ahe
been born fag tbe time ot superstition her work
would havf been classed little less than
SOpo3ltlre am I of my power to tell the
PAST. PRESENT and FUTURE that I wt'l
NO CHARGEl NO CHARGE! NO CHARGE!
unless you find me superior to any Medium,
Ialml8t or Clairvoyant in this city.
If marriage, sickness, death, changes, far-,
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transactions, wills, deeds, mortgages. lost or
absent friends interest you. If jou desire to be
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friends in a word, whatever iray be jour
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And all challenges accepted, ard in return
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She fully appreciates the responsible position
In which she has been placed and asks thos
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Office hours, 9 a. m. to ? p, tn. dally and
All business sacred and confidential.
MRS DR. GEORGE. 1520 Washington ave.
3831 OLIVE ST.,
Palmist and As
trologer In St. Ixiuls. She unravels the mysteries of the
tutnre. Her vromlerful occult powers are mar
velous beyond bellet
She will tell you what you called for. Shs
unravel, the mysteries of the future. Lae. mar
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ble or estrangements. Learn the secret now to
control yourself and others, and hae your
wishes and desires satisfied, and how to ue
elop rsrsonal magnetism, the key to all suc
cess. Mall readlni a specialty. Snd dime and
blrthdav for trial Horoscope to K. Jav MArsn.
Manacer Readings dallv. s a. m. to 8 p. m.
THE ORE AT
I DO HEREHT SOLEMNLY AGREE!
A-ND Gl'AItATEE to make you no charge
It I fall to call you by name In full, names of
your friends, enemies or rivals. I promise to
tell you whether your husband, wife or sweet
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love of the one you most desire, even though
miles away: how to succeed In business, specu
lation, lawsuits: how to marry the one of your
choice; how to regain youth, health and vital
ity. Removes evil Influence: cures drink habit:
locates treasures: develops mediums. Khlron
has brought about more marriages, reunited
trove separated than any medium in Amertca.
Mrs; Dr. Lyons
Mrs. torons predicted the great floods. Ac
knowledged by the press and public as the
greatest clairvoyant In the world: twenty years
practice In St Louis She tells names, elves
luck, and will cause an Immediate marriage
with the one ycu love.
Arevyou happy T It not. the relief msy be In
four reach. There may he estranged domestic
eellncs: husband or wire may be Indlfterent.
neglectful. One who has been a close student
sf human nature for twenty-flve years Is ready
to help you.
If your lover. husban3. wife or sweetheart has
deserted you she will cause a reunion which
will be happy and lasting. Mrs. Lrona is com
pared to tbe guardian angel In protecting you
from accidents, disease and misfortunes In busi
ness relations. She will tell you how to control
and win the one you love, and give you a pow
erful Influence o- er those whom you come in
contact with. Locates burled treasures and will
give advice that will be north thousands to you
Visit her and you will never regret It. Satis
faction m,.rante'd. Hours. 9 to 7 dally. Sun
day until 5 pm.
Testimonials, no names ever printed:
"My husband came back through sour power.
God bles you." M. J. S.
"I learned to control another person by Mrs
Dr. Lyons." O. M. T.
"I got married through Mrs. Dr. Lyons, and I
am perfectly happy." N. A.
"I was started In business by Urs. Dr. Lyons
and am doing well." A. K. V.
"I had an evil power over me. Mrs. Dr.
Lyons removed It." O. TV. R.
"I invested 13X) through the advice of Mrs.
Dr. Lyons and It has brought me Jj.000 In less
than one year." H. TV. 8.
FROM CFUJLE TO GRAVE
IS Influenced by the planets under which you
were born. Just as sure as tha moon affects the
tides, or tha sun the earth. I have arranged
to gie a
to every reader of this paper to prove the truth
or my claims I do net want a cent for this
service the offer is absolutely free, to help all
those who need help. I-will tell ou how to
avoid the danger points In your life, how to re
tain or recover health, how to succeed In busi
ness, and how and when to make successful in
vestments and direct your new business ven
tures: point out your luckv davs and dates:
show whom you should avoid, and whom to love
and marry: when to travel, and many other
Important details that will contribute to vour
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write to-daj to-morrow miy be too late let
the world's greatest astrologer reveal your life
as the stars show It. Send bi-th date and
two stamps. PROF. B. J. MORELAND
Box 1538. Phlladlphls. Pa.
Trance medium, 1934 TVa'ih: gives radin.rs
dally; reveals matters, hidden from ordinary
people; Invoking the aid of th spiritual world;
aha makes astoandlngr revelations pertaining to
your part present and future: call on this
lifted woman and be convinced; who claims
there t no homo so unhappy or heart so sad
but what t?an he e-hivnarsd throuzh her snfHtual
Influence; advice In ail business affairs; skeptics 1
lUlttCU , CXlls
Mrs. L. Scliaefer, Clairvoyant.
She ir the most brilliant star of her profes
sion. Her advice on business, health, specula
tion. Ion, marriage. lawsuits, etc. Is accurate
and truthful; brinrs separated together; locates
buried treasures, removes evil Influences, .nire
awttrt !' flta a-ni-t n rnti V n "H rtisV'iiiTnsr )
veiopea. Hours, to , tsunsay inciucea. is
OLIVE ST. Pll
BRING En. -SjN -
THIS ADV. OWC s
3200 ft f
GREAT EGYPTIAN QUEEN.
Know thy future for 1904: consult Fontella:
readings true regarding business, sickness. lc-e
aflairs; terms 2Sc; dat.y and Surdays, 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m. Otfloe. H.I7 Washington.
MRS, U . 80S N. Fifteenth st., advises on all
afralrs of life: love, marriage; property, busi
ness, sickness; lawsuits; bttngs separated to
gether; makes peace in ramlllrs; sittings,
t MA1K. CKOWLKY. fortune teller: advfc in
businesa, lantults, marrlagca. family atCairs;
ladies Zjc and Im, ctntlciuun 20c and TSc i.u
MMB. FINK, th wonderful fortunf teller and
palmist; one of the seven eliteis irom New Or
leans; brings fepa.ated toe ether. 13.8 Frankim.
MCEE: our fortune told: 1 foretold the Cni
caro Theater fi; send three 2c stamps and
birth date. Dr True. 17 lso Ugarborn. Chicago.
FREE. Free Your fortune told: this Is bo
fake or catch; send three 2c stamps and birth
late Doctor Peat. 126 Drawer 665. Pile ago.
A WONUURFU1, French clairvoyant: what
he tells comes true, send 10c and birthday. Prof.
E. Oarnot. Uoi i:5. Boston. Mass.
MME. EVA FA1. clalrvoant. palmist and
ej-dsv card reader, will be In the city March 9.
1BJ5 Olive st.
MME. M. J, clalrvojant: readings dally;
Sunday Included; Friday circle 2 pm. 1S23 Sul
.11K1UCA.N" blind lady, spiritual readings;
lovers reunited Cli Chouteau, near Broadwaj.
8TOKAGC AD MOVI.NG.
" . - . . Tirtrtrtfirtsi
AU50I.UTB cans given moving, packing,
storage of furniture, pianos: money loaned on
furniture, etc.. without removal. Lyons, 3014
Chouteau. Victor 247
BONDED warehouse, furniture, plaros, val
uables, any variety, stcred cheap insurance
estimates given Lyons. 32ZZ Ol.ve Kin. 1057 D.
BONDED warehouse. Henry C. W. Wleha
Storage and Mtvinje Co. 1512-15 Franklin ave.,
money advanced when desired Klnloch C 963.
BOSTON Movinc and Packing Co : by load or
contract; rates reasonable, mo N. Broadway.
F H PORJ.11ANN stoiage and Moving Ox
Separate rooms, low prices on reliable moving
and storage. 2Stl Cass ave.. phone D 1217
F. H. PORTMANN Ptorale ard Mov'ng Co
Separate rooms, low prices on reliable moving
and storage. 801 Cass ave.; phone D 1217
GEKOl.L. IIOVIMJ .ND altJKAGK CO
main office. 123 N Third st. : both phones,
dinar to and frnm Eau St Ioul. Ill
LOUISIANA Storage Co.. office ; Franklin;
moving, pocking, snipping; bonded bv :ate;
best care: lowest rates. Geo. Jokerst. man
ager Both phones.
1iWEST storage rates in city for storin?
household goods, pianos, trunks, etc. Cash ad
vanced when desired Established 1S79. I,. B.
Langan & Co . 1001 to IMS Morgan Bt.
SOUTH Side Storage and Moving Co., U01-3-5
Sidney St. Bell Sldpiy 2L5. Klnioch Victor Ji7
ACMB 3IOVI.G Jt STOKAGB CO.
4214 Easton ave.. lowest prices, best service.
AMERICAN STORAGE AND MOVING CO.,
2315 Olive St. Packing, shipping, storage; sep
arate room Phones: Main ifcl; D t074. w. H.
langdale. President. Estimates free.
House for furniture, etc: new and clean low
est Insurance, careful moving, packing and
shipping- .U0S-1M2 Chouteau. Licensed By the
State ana guaranteed by. Mississippi Valley
Trust Co. for 323.000.
Si 0RAGE ABSOLUTELY MKEPltOOF. new
a I UIIHUU warehouse. Grand and locled.
for safekeeping of furniture, pianos, trunks,
valuables, boxes.etc strictly nrst-class moving,
pacaing ahiptng, etc. our firs lnsuranoe the
west. Money advanced. Ship goods our cart
Estimates free. Get our rates. Both phones. I21J
: nine R TJ lonorl Auction A Storage Ca
LAIMGAfv & TAYLOR
STORAGE AND MOVING CO.
Iew warehouso. 1S3 Washington ave.; 500 pri
vate rooms for storage; mothproof carpet-room:
cheapest Insurance In the city: you have access
to your room at any time- all moving, pack
ing and shipping guaranteed: money advanced:
estab. 1SS0. Ring up c 741 or Main 26S8 and get
our rates. We have no branches.
St. Loull dlfrlUTTI I.lpht rV nwem a..,! I.-.
drogen gas furnished for stereoptlcon and moving-picture
machine. Stereopticons and views
for rent: calcium light with colors furnished
for theatrical entertainments, masquerades,
dress halls, fancv solo dances, tableaux and liv
ing pictures, shadow pantomimes, church fes
tlvals. Xmss trees and weddings. 513 Elm.
AJTCIEXT ORDER OP nmEUXIAXS.
DIVISION NO. 1, A. O. H.-MBET8 OK
fct,5 ' l? st- trick's School HalL Sixth and
Riddle streets.. Visitors welcome.
vr t TT.-SSXaN'CE,MAJlTIN; President.
M. J. Hartlgan. Secretary. 1724 O'Fallon.
DIVISION NO. 2,
the. first and t
A n yr nrr'rrfj ,,
the, flrirt nnrl thfnf TViih.i.. m -,.
month In hall at No. 3619 Eatnn av.m, of
p. m. All members cordially Invited.
t , , r.. JOHN P. SHINE. President.
Daniel Gleason, Secretarj-, No. lai Pralrls
DIVISION NO. 3. A. O. H. MEETS AT
n.. "f'K'i HaUl Bwln and Clark avet
E.UM4T.2.n.Br,t Frl,ar of each month, utp,
m. vlslstors welcome.
JAMES M. MURPHT. President.
Thomas J. Ward. Recording Secretary, No. 422
South Fifteenth street. ,'
DIVISION NO. S. A. O. H- MEETS ON
. ... ?cun? ,Veitnsday of each month at St.
liridget s HalL Jefferson avenue and Stoddard
treat, at S p. m. All members welcome.
. ,j TOOMAS F. LYDON. President.
Maurice O. Shea, Secretary, No. 4412 Greer
DIVISION NO 6. A. O. II. MEETB ON
the first and third Wednesdays of each
month, at S p. m.. In hall at o. 3t19 Boston
avenue. Visitors welcome.
JOHN J. HATB3. President.
Harry M. Spencer, Recording Secretary, No.
Sa Clark avenue.
rVlblON NO. 7,
A. O. II. MEETS ON
third Tuecdaia of each
LS the flrst and
month Kt Patrick. Hall. No. 1211 North
Sixth Btteet, Visitors welcome.
PHHJP BURGESS, President.
John CLaughlln. Recording Secretary. No. 1114
North Sixth street.
DIVISION NO 8. A. O. H. MEETa ON
the second Sunday of each month at 2:U
p. m.. at Boeckers Hall, Twentieth and Bis
sau streets Visitors welcome.
JOHN RUitRAN. President.
John J. Jinan. Secretary, No. MZS Evans ave
nue. DIVISION NO. , A. O H. MEETS ON
the flrst and third Thursdays ot each
month In Chouteauv Hall. No. 2817 Chouteau
avenue, at 1 p. m. Visitors welcome,
PATRICK J. TEHAN. President.
John J, Lynch Recording Secretary, No. 1233
OIlDEIl OF SCOTTISH CLASS.
CLAN DOUGLAS. NO. S. ORDER OF SCOT
tlsh Clans, meets flrst and third Tuesdays
ot each month at Vestgate Hall, corner Grand
and i-aston avenues, visiting clansmen cor
diailv invited to attend,
diaiiy mv.v u CUA3 STEWART. Chief,
No. 4642 Bell avenue.
Attest: George A. Bruce. Secretary, No. till
GREBLET COUNCIL. ROYAL LEAGUE,
meets the second and fourth Wednesday
evenings In Hall No. 6. Fraternal building.
Retenth and'iranklln avenue. Next meeting
March 9. AH members of the order fra-
t...n tmitp.1 at all limes, and our own mem.
BbtrB expected, raternally,
Attest: It, H. Jones, Scribe.
KNIGHTS OP PATIIER 3IATBBW.
ST. LAURENCE O'TOOLB COUNCIL. NO.
S, Knights ot Father Mathew Meets on
first find third Monday of each month at
bchool Hall. No. H12 O'Fallon street. All mem
bers requested to oe present. tsitors welcome.
JOHN M. HENNEA5Y, Chief blr Knight.
John J .Scully. Recorder.
LJVB OAK CAMP- NO. 1U. W. OF VI.,
meets first and third Trldaya every month.
Udrllngton bullamg. Visitors aro Invited and
members expected to be pieecnt.
II. WEBNBINO. C. C.
Ed F. Smith, Clerk. No. 421 South Ewlng
ff OUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. :. WOOD
l men of tlie World, meets at hall of
cnarles 11 tucker, northeast coiner rewtead
and North Market, first and third Fridays.
Members expected and visitors Invited.
O. C. URVJN, Consul Commander.
R. M. Bacon. Clerk. 44. S Finney ave.
TERMINAL CAMP. NU. 34. WOODMEN
of the World, meets every Wednesday
t.enlng at I ti'clocK at Hlair Post Hall, 17M
liaiket street. Visitors alwas welcome.
T. V UULUJUis.. C. C.
C. C. Cross. Clerk.
THIlin OP BEX nun.
ujjinftifi'i' ... ... -.-,-,--,,-
EAST ST. LOUIS COURT. NO. 134. TRIBE
of Ben Uur meets every first and third
Fudays ot each month at 1. O. 0. F. Hall.
Ninth and Illinois avtnue. Visiting Ben Hurs
always welcome. A full attendance of mem
DOCTOR II. O. HERTEL. chief of Court.
Mrs. S. Campbell. Scribe. No. 313 North
miSSOURI COURT. NO. 17. TRIBE OK
urday of each month, corner Twentieth and
m . ocii uw MKM4WJU1 .na ourtn Sat
seen streets. Aiemcers oc court are reaiitst
ed to attend meeting nights, visiting members
are welcome. Car line. Hellefontatne or Grand
DOCTOR EMMA- WENTZED.
- Scrt' .No- an otx" Tenus.
James Hughes. Chief. -
CI JT. LOUIS COURT. Na 4. TRIBE OF
9 Ben-Hur. meets every Tuesday night at
Frank P. Blair Post Hall, 17M MaTkeLstreet.
Sons and Daughters of Hur from other courts
and out ot the city are hereby extended o-ccr-dlal
Invitation to visit By crier of
m ALICE. C. MULKET, Chlet
Attest: Arendt Kuatper, Scribe. J Scott
A.NC1K.NT VU.EJZ AMD
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. .
A. F. & A. M will hold stated communi
cation on Tuesday evening, March 8. at 7:30
p. m . at Masonic Temple, Grand and Finney
avenues Work in Fellowcraft Degree. Mem
bers requested and visitors are fraternally In
vited to be with us.
. - - , EO. W. JAMES. W. M.
Wm. L. Reynolds. Jr. tcrrtary
KEYSTONE .LODGE. NO. 242. A. F. & A.
M. Special communication will be held
In Ionic, Hall. Masonic Temple. Sunday. March
6, at 1 o'clock, to attend funeral of Brother R.
M. Mcore. Master Masons fiaternally Invited
to attend. FRED A. RAITIIEL. W. M.
Moses Ely. Secretary.
mISSOURl LODGE. NO. L A. F. & A. M.
Called communication on Wednesday.
March 9. at 7 p. m. Corinthian Hall. Ma
sonic Temple. M. M. degree. Members are re
quested and visiting brethren fraternally In
vited to attend. I. W. KRUEOER. W. M.
John II. Deems. Secretary.
KMGHTS OF COLT-'MDUS.
SMET COUNCIL. NO. 742. KNIGHTS
Columbus, meets everv first and third
Thursday in the west halL Century building,
.Nlntn and Olive streets, visiting knignts are
Invited. C P. MO.NAGHAN. Grand Knight.
M. J. Mclane. Recorder.
KENR1LK COUNCIL. NO. S8S KNIGHTS
ot Columbus, meets every second and
fouith Wednesday at Rose Hill Hall. No. IW!
Maple avenue. Visiting knights alwavs wel
come. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Grand Knight.
Walter T Cunningham. Recorder.
TlARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO 60S
J 1 Knights of Columbus, meets every sec
ond and fourth Tuesdays In tho west hall. Cen
tury building. Ninth and Olive streets. Vlsit
Ingknigbts cordially Invited.
FRANK G. CUNNINGHAM. Grand Knight.
F. P. Leonard. Recorder
ST. LOUIS COUNCIL, NO. 45J. MEETS
every first and third Tuesday at West
End Hall, southwest corner Finney and Vanue
venter avenues. Visiting knights are cordially
Invited. EDWARD DEVOY. Grand Knight.
Joseph F. Lamy. Recorder.
ATTENTION. Sm KNIGHTS OF IVANHOE
Coromandery, No. 8. K. T. You will as
semble In full-dress uniform at asylum on Sun
day. March 6. at 12:30 p. m., for the purpose of
actlrur as escort to Keystone Lodge, No. 242, at
funeral ot our late frater. Sir Richard M.
Moore. . ID2RMAN MAUCH, Em. Com.
IL F. Mardorf, Recorder.
GRAND COUNCIL MISSOURI. ROYAL
Arcanum. Jtt-311 Holland Rullding A
cordial welcome to visitor, friends, brethren
and members from abroad.
E. A. BARBOUR. O. R.
Jno. C Kllllngsworth. Grand Secretary.
OLD GUARD COUNCIL. NO. 2021. ROYAL
Arcanum, meets every second and lourth
Mondays. Louisiana butkung. No. ill North
vandeveuter avenue. A cordial welcome to
rtxo!5- , - LOUIS TiacH. Regent.
C w. Smith. Secretary.
ORDER OF FORESTERS.
ST. LEO'3 COURT, NO. 425, WOMEN'S
Catholic Order of Foresters, meets tbe
swond and fourth Monday of each month at SL
Leo's HalL Twenty-tUth and Muiianphy streets.
MRS. MAROARET LACEY. Chief Ranger,
Emergency HospltsJ, Fourteenth and O Fallon.
Miss Mary A. Redmond. Recording Secretary.
224 Madison st,
FORESTERS OF AMERICA.
i-'ii- ' iiiiisinriirsOirniiTnsOfsi-ss-xjL
COURT MOUND CITT, NO. 2, MEETS ON
the second and fourth Thursdays ot eaU
iutnth In the Fratsrruu building. Eleventh
street and Franklin avenue.
JOHN J. O'FLYNN. Chief Rangsr,
. t -,. . ial Ransehenbach avs.
John Vt. Fowler. Financial sjecrttary, SS31A.
FUTURE GRBA3 COUNCIL, NO. 2SI, NA
tlonal Union. mtH Mmri atA fn-mi.
OUvs and Gsrrtsoa avenue, at p. m. Frlinds
mmyuttmjo vi caul IIKWUfl St nOWUIQ S
b-,uu.uj imvuqu. juon O. BUIOUA,
Chaa J. one. Secretary.
STAJvuAMD CUUNC1L. NO. f53, NATION
al Union, meats every first and third Mon
oy evening at 8 o clock at Luekens Hail.
Iowa avenue and Arsenal street. Members ore
requested and visiting friends ore fraternally
lav.ted to attend.
FRANK RABAND. President.
Wm.. R. Bedlngtos, Sscntary, 22U Arsenal
mtoeUCHl HISTORICAL 30CIETT. HO.
ISM Locust Strsst Regular monthly
infceungs held on tha second Thursday ot cacn
month at I p. m., from fvovsmber tin ApriL
Inclusive. The tuilding ts open daily from 1
a. m. tai 5 p. m.; Sunday afternoons from 2
till 6, 'lbs public is coruialiy mvliw to visit
the library and mnsenm.'
WALTSK B. DOnGLAS. President.
Georgs F. Mocklsr. Secretary.
5 HE BLUB AND THE GRAT MEETS AT
the rooms ot the Missouri Historical So
!..., Ivo. 1WA) Locust trset, upon can of ui
commandant. JUSEFH BOVCE, Captain.
K. C. Rohblns. First Sergeant.
VOLU.NTJER riitEMEN'S HISTORICAL
Society meets third hunday ot tvery
aionth. 2 p. m.. No. l(go Locust street. All bt.
Louis volunteer flremen are Invited to attend.
JOSt-PH BO-fui, President.
The mas Lynch, secretary.
Frank M. Brooks. As.lsiant Secretary.
l "-iii "I rstsTsi-sJ-sill s.
BETTT KOSSj COUNCIL, HO. 7. D. OF A.
Meets every Friday evening, at 1 p. m..
. Andes Hall, northwest corner of Jtherson
avenue and psstaiozsl street.
FRANKLIN GROE. NO. It U. A. O. D.
meets every first and third fcrlday ai
urulds' building, southeast corner Nlntn and
Market streets, call No. 3s. Next meeting Jan
uary IS, uvi. Dues must be paid at this
meeting. Work tn tha degrees. Visiting Breth
ren welcome. H. HUBEK. N. aT
w pyuamm. ocs;rT?iary. u boutn Kmth.
INDEPENDENCE COUNCIL. NO. X. O. C. A.
.M., meets syery Monday evening at Ahlers
lali. Fourteenth and Anguirodt streets.
H. H. JtENaBNDICK. CouncUor.
R. O. tVlitnolt, R. S.,
BB N. Twenty-Crst street.
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE -Mutual Benev
olent Society. t. Louis, Marin S, 1904 The
members of this society are hereby notified to
call and pay. without turther notice. 11.10 wlth
ta thirty days from March 7, TJOJ, thssonvi be-
Ing SlUlmut rnAri nn, K. ..,k - a..
t v,.r. 4.-r-r;vi'-.-? "... v-
-. . tww rj
ifor paying. April , lsoi.
. iJ. 21.
mODBRN .AMERICAN FRATERNAL OR
der, St. Lcuis Lodge. No. 114. holds
its regular meeting Friday, March 11, 1301. at
their halt. No. 34Su Park avenue. All roeraoers
alwa)s wslcoroe Refreshments at meeting.
S. T. KASS. Becrstory. illj CaroUne st.
ST. LOUIS COUNaL, Na L J. O. U. A.
SL Msets every Monday evening at s
utlock at Bowman's Hali. northeast corner
Eleventh and Locust streets. Visitors always
welcome. UK), s. TURTON, Councilor.
C. Howard Mlllir R. 8. v-u-uciior.
WOMEN'S CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOR.
esters St. Vincent's court. No Jit
v nen's Catholic Order of Foresters, meet?
every second and fourth Thursday of each
month at St. Vlnceofa Hall. Ninth su-eet and
Park avenue. Members cordially invited.
MISS MAMIE A. SHEA. Cnlef Ranger.
, ., . , 143 S. Eighteenth st.
Miss Martha, Botand. Responding Secretary,
... .. "ft Dolman st.
Miss Catherine Reynolds. Financial Seers
tary. 1MJ N. Compton avs
ANCHOR LODGE. Na SJX L O. O. F.
MeeU every Mondsy evening at Schuetta's
Hail, Nineteenth and Wright stieeta. Work Is
the degrees. Visiting brothers welcome.
LEO LANOENBACHER, N. O..
David Petty. Secretary. 1SI5 O'Fallon st.
ARCADIAN LODGE. NO. IS. L O. O. F,.
meets every Thursday evening at t o'clock
v m. on southeast corner cf Iowa and Arsenal
street. All members earnestly requested and
visitors fraternally Invited.
CHAR B. BREWER. N. G..
3003 Kossuth avenue.
Htnry Ehle. 4ju West Park.
Phil P. Plate Financial Secretary.
2S37 Hebert street.
Curtis Jenkins. Recording Secretary.
518 Manchester avenue.
LACLEDB LODGE. NO. 22. L O. O. F..
will meet at 7:30 p. m. sharp on Thurs
day, March 3. for regular business. At I o'clock
there will be an open meeting for memoerz.
their families and friends. An attractive and
vailed programme has been arranged by the
Entertainment Committee. You are coruialiy
Invited to be present c. E. DDVER, N. G.
Ira Msrvtn. Recording Secretary.
mECHANlCS' LODOE. NO. ffl. I. O. O.
F-. meets every Friday evening at 3
Flsik P. Blair Post, O. A. R,
Hall, 1708 Market street, visiting orttnr.n cor-
dlally tnvlted to attend. Work la the degrees
J. ft. GRANADE, N. a, 1334 RulgeT street.
J. F. Streeter. Secretary. 3411 Indiana ave.
6 T. LOUIS LODGE. NO. i. I. O. O. F
U meets every Saturday evening In hall No.
1, Odd Fellows' building, soutneast corner
Ninth and Olive, streets. Visitors welcoms.
Members expected to attend.
, R. L. OERLIN. N. O.
Wallace McCorgo. Secretary.
WILDET ENCAMPMENT. NO. I. L a
i, meets rery second and fourth Mon
day at toll No 1, Odd Fellows' Halt corner
Ninth and Olive streets. All visiting Pstriarehs
are most oordlaly Invited and members most
saruesty requested to attend. Work In degrees
every sesdon. OEO. M. SHOWMAJT. C. P.
F. O. Rhoades, Scribe.
WlLDETT LODQU NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
Meets Tucsnay evening of each week at
bail Do. t. Odd "Fellows' buirdmg. earner Ninth
.nrt n!lv- .t S n'rlnrlr Vl.fftnv hvn(t,.. (m.
vttwl to attend. Work in lnltlstorv d.cpraL. I
March I J. C. SHANER. N. a.
F IV. Rlegel, Secretary. I
IM'ltiHTS OF HVTHIAS.
ACMB LODOE, NO. 513. K. .OF.P- MEETS
every Thursday evening 'at & o'clock; West
Gate Hall, northwest comer Grand and Easton
avenues. ' Members requested to atrend regular
ly. Visitors cordially Invited.
MATTHEW VONCV. C C.
G. W. Clifton. K. of It. & S . 1442 bt. Louis
BUKL)rUTJN LODGE; NO. 5C6. K. OF P..
meets every Piedntsday e.enlng. at s
o ciock sharp, at Frate.nal bulldlne. northwest
comer Eleventh strett'and Krank,lntavuu.
Work: In ranks alwais on hand. Visiting mem
bers welcome. Fraternally,
ROBERT O'CONNOR. C.
Frank O'Connor. K. of R. & S , "3J Thomas
HALL OF MONITOR LL'tMIH
VT- at p meet. v.rv ThurIaV
S No. 6S. K.
evening In Century buiM,ng eat hall). Uor.v
la ranx of Page Thursday. March li. Vlltors
cordially Invited to attend and memWrs ex
pected. H. II JONtS. C C
W J. Otto. Keeper of neods and aeoi
CucV ALItR LODGU. NO. 10. KNIGHT3
of Pythias tastlc hall In Odd Fellows'
i.uiple. lull No. 2, eighth Hcor. Reg
ular meetings every Wedntsuav evening at 8
o clock sharp. Busines of lmpo-tance Wednes
day, evening, Marcn J. laOJ. Vlsulng Knigats
alwajs welcome. WM J SUMMuits. C C
Attest: Louis W. Migentrel. K- of R. & 3.
Address. 5so3 Arsenal st,
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. K6. K OF P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock,
century build. ilk'. Ninth and O ive strttts. tasc
hal,. Tuesday evening. March u. notk In rauk
of Esquire. All visiting brothers welcome.
. C W LEW MAN. C C.
J F. Dempsey. K. of i'. s
DAMON LODGE; NO. . IL OF P. MEETS
. every Wednesday evening at Odd Follos'
Hall, No 3. seventh floor. Ninth and Olive
streets. Work In rank of Knight. Wednesday.
March 9. Members of the senate please be
present. Members expected Vis.tors Invited.
F. S. STUMM. C. C
Attest: H R. Bermel. X. of K. & b.. 7
FUTURE GREAT LODGE. NO. :7S, K. OF
P.. Howard's Hall. Trurtleth and Ollv.
Wednesday evening, March . work In rack of
Lsqulre. Visitors Oiwavs wi.come.
R. l 1'RllsCHLE. C C
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. & &
mODOC LODGE. NO. 2)0. K. OF P.
Meets every 'luesday evci.ins at S o'clock
at Anchor Hall, aoutiwut corner JeBerson anil
Park avenues. Take Compton Heights, Park or
Jefferson avenue cars. MemDers arc expected
ana visitors cordially Invited to attend. Work
In rank of Knight. A. H. NORRJSH. C. C4
U II. Cass. K ot R. ft b.
U.M'.uU LODUE. NO. Sll. K. OF P.
meets every Tuesday evening at a
ockek sharp at lllev's HalL llroadvvay and
Chippewa, street. Work In ranks always en
band. Visitors cordially Invited and members
expected to attend
TUOS. GASTREICH. C C.
Attest: Frank 1. Herring, h. of It. & S..
t7SA south Eighth street.
PALiriC LOLUE, NO. 3W, K. OF P.
Meets every Wednesday eveolng. Century
biiilding. Ninth and OUva streets. March. .
amplified rank ot Page. Visitors lnvltod.
E. N. ItOUlNbON. C. C
W. A- Gray. K. ot R. & S.
PREMIER LODGE, NO. 143, IC OF P.
Meets regulari every Monday evening In
liall No 3. seventh coor Odd Fellows- bullaing.
Next meeting. Monday. March T. 1M4. Work
In rank of Page. Visitors are cordially In
vited. Members are requested to attend.
JOSEPH a MORE, C C.
J. r. Wltte. Jr.. K. of R. & s., 3W6A North
RutthKT E. COWAN LODGE. NO. 131. K.
ot P., meets every Monday evening at I
o ciock, west Hall. Crntury building. Ninth
and Olive streets. Monday. March ". Work In
rank of Page. Members are requested to at
tend. Visitors always welcome.
ObCAK M STOLL, C C
Attest: Henry H. Luebbert. K. ot R. S.
RtD CROSS LODGE, K. OF P . MEETS AT
7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' Hall, Ninth
ana Olive street, every Wednesday night. Vis
itors always welcome. March S. 1904, rank of
Esquire. Bring an application.
J. B. niGDON. c. a
H. W. Beldlng. n-ilUta
WABASH LODGE, NO. Hi. K. OF P..
meets every Tuesday at Castle Hall.
Bruadway and Benton. March ft. work tn
the rank cf Page. Members of the Kings of
Z. are reauested to be present. Visitors wel
come. O. L. OSBORN. C C.
M. C. Shulte. K. ot R. & S.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 133, K. OF
P.. Century Building, Ninth and Oltv.
Streets Friday evening, rebruary 26. business
meeting. A. J. TILDECf. C C
Jos. P. Dummlch, SOU Walnwrlght building.
K. of R. i s.
ZULEMA LODGE. NO. d. E. OF P..
meets Monday evening. March 7. 1994.
In hall No. L tenth noor century building, at i
o'clock. Work In rank cf Page. dembers ex
pected and visitors cordially Invited to attend.
FRANK J. VOLLMliR. C C.
Attest: O. M. Brooks. K. ot It, a S.
P. O. Box a2.
ORDER OF COLnmlAS KIGtTTS.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 65. ORDER OF
Columbian Knights, meets every second
and fourth Monday at hall No. 3. Odd Fal
lows building. Vlsttlnr members of the order
ore olwais welcome. Cigars and Initiations at
all meetings. A. D. BROKAW, President. -
John T. Ryan. Secretary. Walls Fargo Ex
press. ItATIIUOSE SISTERS.
AEGIS TEMPLE. NO. 3. RATHBONJ5 SIS
ters. meets every second and fourth Thurs
uay nights at Fraternal Hall. Eleventh street
and Frankiln avenue. Visitors wekome.
R. Ev WILLIAMS. IBLi
1804 Coleman street
Alice Williams. M. of R. & c. -uii tranklla
RATHBONE SISTERS. EXCELSIOR TEM
nle. No. 15, meets every second and fourth,
Thursday of each month at Anchor Hall, patic
and Jerxerson avenues. Members expected to o
present and visitors cordially invited,
MRS. ALLIE LOPMAN. M. B. a
FrancyIulburd. M. R. of C.
NATIONAL BANKS AUTHORIZED.
Thirty-Five Were Added to the
List During February.
Washington, March K. Thirty-flve na
tloral banking assodaUons with author
ized capital of JL365.000, were added to th
rystem as the result of organizations ef
fected during the month of February.
Twenty-four of the banka with capital of
$60S,Ot. were associations with individual
capital of less than $00,000 and eleven with
capital of 1760,000, with Individual capital
of $50,000 or more.
Of the banks organized during tho
month thirteen were of primary organiza
tion; twenty reorganizations of State or
private banks clo&ed 'for the purpose and
vv vu.cioiuiia ui isuilB OSUKS.
Since the passage of the act of March
14, 1800, there have been organized LMJ
banks, with authorized capital of JU0.OCS -000.
divided as fol'ows: 1.23S with Individual
capital of less tl i 330.000. the aggregate)
being J3il73,O0CK and 653 with Individual
capital ofJSTWOO or more, the aggregate
being J77.8S3.000. The number of banks of
primary organization with their cjpltaj
were 1,00, and 137,009.500. respectively- re
organlzat'ons 615 and $3S ,315,000: conversions
212 and J1U33.500.
The Middle Western States lead both in
the ntjnber of organizations and rapltal
rtock. namely 5S3. and J32.S21.000. In tho
Southern States 1 banks were organized
with capital of S24.410.000; In the Bastern
Btates 33S, with capital of J27.8S9.000; la
the Western States 04. with capital of
53,040,000. In the Pacific States and Terv
ntorles SI banks, with capital of rjTO.OOO,
were organized, and in the New England,
States 20 banks, with capital of UOOO.COO.
One bank, with capital of tlOO.000. has
beeii organized In Porto It'co. and two
with aggregate capital of $525,000 in Ha
waii. Pennsylvania leads the States In both
number and capital of banks organized
..auicujr aid aim ii,tfi,uiv Tcepecuveiy, roi--
iSY.!? Jr?xsvw,th m and capital of
,1,000. With tha exception of Alarica.
one or moro banka have been organized
since March 14, 110, in every State and
Territory of the Union.
The at-lhorlzed capital stock of national
banks has Increased since March It, 1S00
In the sum of n52.442.720. and the number
of associations to the extent of 1.622.
Bonds rn deposit to secure circulation
have increased from J344,GIL570 to S392.671,
550. or J148.053SS0: circulation secured by
bonds from $216,274,795 to $330,352,431. or
BRAKEMAN ON RUNAWAY CAR.
Survives Perilous Five-Mile
Flight Down Mountain. ,
Morrlstown. N. J March 5, Fred King
of this place, a brakeman on the Mount
Hope Mineral Railroad, bad a thrllllnar
ride on a runaway car Friday.
The cor, filled with ore, was on a Biding
at the top of the mountain near the Rich
ard mine, when a train bumped Into it to
make a coupling. The brakes slipped sad
the car started down the slope at a ter
rific rate of speed It Is about five mils
to- the bottom of the slope. .
At the end of the third mile, at 0)9
three span-bridge, a passenger, work car
was standing. This was smashed Into
bits, and the runaway car continued Its
filght unchecked. When it passed the
Lackawanna Station at Wharton onlook
ers said it must have been runnlne fntfv
J00 miles an hour. 1 7
Tne car kept the tracks and when it
struck the upgrade King was able to set '
When It came to a stanaatill