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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1901.
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OOMS FOR RENT.
ca Additional Une Five Cents E
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T rinr neatly rumi-hed rooms, from toe
km tmI'' "ft ua rates y me wees, can -
Plot; all covnlpnw.
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IBwntrinth m Plne- strctiy flrtt-class.
I 'lor light housekeeping; $1 per week; also other
BOYLE A it v nn yi1p.1v furnished sec-
,nd-fioer front room: very reasonable.
BROADWAY. 105 ana 107 N. At tne "Rest," 20
v c; iu rooms, c; iu rooms, aw per -.
a oatiway riii v. n nieelv furnished
larro front room for llaht housekeeping; 12 per
wcck; southern exposure: xntrance on iientc- .
v BROAPWAY. 2203N.dnccr two rooms, nice
ly located for doctor or dentist: no one near in
the business; furnished or unfurnished: rent
low.
CASS Ave.. IS; Fire nice rooms on second
floor; water, gas; all conveniences.
CASS Ae.. 209 Well-fumlhed front room for
light housekeeping; terms reasonable.
CHOUTEAU Alt,
light housekeeping.
111S Furnished rooms for
CHOUTEAU Ave. ISM Nice furn. room, house
keeping and gents preferred: 35).
CHOUTEAU Ave.. 1319 Larire. brlRht front
room for gentlemen or light housekeeping; Datn;
all conveniences.
CHOUTEAU Ave.. 1016 Two connecting, nicely
furnished front rooms. 12.50: back parlor, 2..
all clean: housekeeping or gentlemen: all con
veniences COMPTON Aei 1021 N. Nlcelv furnished,
large, airy rooms; gentlemen or hou-ekeeplng:
low price; private farjlly; convenient to car
lines. .
DAYTON St.. SS21 One nicely furnished front
room; second floor: suitable for one or two per
sons: all conveniences: rent reasonable.
DELMAR Ave. 4036 Furnished house for the
summer: large, well-v entuatcd room".
DFLMAR Boulevard. 4241 Nice second-f tory
front room: southern exposure: all conveniences:
for tantlcmen: reference exchanged.
Tn?TrT n.o.l.iY-rt Wflpntleman deIrin
- .n in nrivnte familv of adults: southern
exposure; second floor; 'phone In house.
ccTwr Av 3i? .rvrnlhed front room for
a
alceptng: also rooms ior nuut-itccyiiiii.
c c-irr 4n ss Neilv furnisned rooms.
eouthsrn exposure: roomers or light housckeep-
trg; all conveniences; leima iWi..
- tr e 7W1I V TOeennt. newly fur-
nlshed rooms: hot water: free baths: from 32
eek up: French restaurant in connection.
EIGHTEENTH St.. 1127 N. Two double rooms
first floor: newly cleaned and rurnishcd; Uso
Kwrd-floor rooms; rent single or en tulte: lor
gentlemen or housekeeping.
ERICSSON. IKi' Lccust Apartmenta for KBtle
tnen; has library, cjmnaslum. bicycle stable, hut
and cold baths and tocf garden.
FVANS Ave.. S30i Neatly furnished room:
acuthem exposure; bath, gas; convenient to cars;
one block east of Grpjd,
FINNEY Ave.. SS31 Nicely furnished front and
connecting" rooms; single or together; second
floor: batn. etc.
FINNEY Ave., SSIJ-Nlcely furnished, clean,
cool front room: first floor; bath; oil convenl
ances: 10 a month. ;
FOURTEENTH St.. 118 S. Pleasant furnished
looms for light housekeeping or gentlemen: also
fcapemept room.
FRANKIJN -Ave.. KCJ-Fumlshed roms at
Irom ! to K per vveek; respectable and clean.
FRANKLni Ave,. SOMA-Neatly furnished.
clean room, aouthern exposure, for one or two
gentlemen.
TRANEXIN Ave., SC5 Nervly fumlhod second-floor
front and adjoining: S3. B-",P 'Kee,c:
bot batn, gas; private lamur, n '"""
mivvi.is in.. 1313 Three rooms and bath;
d floor; furnished for housekeeping; gas range;
aeparata meter; quiet; private: adults only; refer
ences. FRANKLIN Ave.. 2915 Three rooms and bath:
a noor: mmisuea ior noupenf-jjiun . -
; separata meter; quiet; private; adults
references.
- GRAND and "Washington. S. E. Cor. A Beau
tiful suite, with bath attached. Tho Lnderwocd.
formerly tha Franklin.
' GRAND Ave.. U13 N. rieasant room1), south
ern exposure: one suitable for two gentlemen; one
for light housekeeping.
'-LACLEDE Ave., S103 Two unfurnished rooms
and bath: $7
LAVVTON-Ave.. 8121 Suite of furnKhed front
zooms; gentlemen; references; reasonable
LEFTTNGWELL Ave.. 2W1 Three nice, clean
i corns, downstairs: rent reasonable.
LOCUST St.. 1610-12 Large front and Inside
rooms, nicely furnished, double or single, week
or month.
LOCUST 2i38 Elegantly furnished rooms;
southern" and northern exposure: all conveniences;
terms reasonable.
LOCUST St., Sll. Next to St. Nicholas Hotel
Booms for gentlemen: hot and cold filtered baths;
electric light: rurnace neaw rent cueap.
TrvtTBT t'-2SMA Ttlpht-hand bell: beauti
fully furnished' front room and large balcony; all
modem Improvements; gas, bath, etc
LOCUST St. r.023 Two beautiful front rooma
with All conveniences for light housekeeping;
also nicely furnished parlor; privilege of kitchen;
excellent bath: large sard.
LUCAS Ave., 2933 Nicely furnished rooms for
gentlemen: also light housekeeping.
LUCAS Ave., 2801 Newly furnished front and
other rooms; all conveniences; flat No. 4.
"LUCAS, 3230 Newly furnished front and Bide
roorrs; all conveniences; splendid location; terms
rei-son&ble.
FT.TTOAS Ave.. S03S Two or three nlcelv fur
bished rooma; Drivate family: rent cheap topar-
'tles without children; references.
t.ttcar Ave . 5701 Fum. front and connecting
rooms for housekeeping; two single rooms; un
furn. front and small rooms on third floor.
LUCAS Ave.. S320 Two rewly papered and
.newly and completely furnished connecting
oms ior llgnt nousekeeping; ail conveniences.
MORGAN St. 2323 Newly furnished, llcht
lalry. clean rooms; first and second floor; private
family.
IIOROAV St. 2511 Two larce connecting front
Irooma: completely furnished for husekeeplng;
hot bath; north and south exposure.
OLTVB Rt. 2S19 Nlcelr furnished front room
land'othen: all modern conveniences: terms rea-
faonable.
OL1VR St. 1522 Nlcelv furnished rooms: lanre
Ifront rocm, suitable tar two gentlemen: also
Kacona-Eicry nau room.
OLIVE St. 1512 Second-floor back. 32: hall
room, tl.50: second-floor front for housekeeping;
one room for housekeeping. 32.50.
OLIVE Rt. 1525 Rooms for eentlemen with
Itwn bed!,, tl nrtil 11.55 each ner week olsn nice
I oousekeeplng room with water. 31.73.
.OLTVR Kt.. 13tR.rft nnA lOflfiA Newlv. pleimntlv
Ifurnlsaed front parlor: also two rooms for house
' keeping: hot bath, range, filter, gas.
OLIYB St. 2317 Nicely furnished front room:
V! southern exposure; conveniences: large, cool
tiwiu, BUiuiUie mr Ki'uiiciuuu; icaauiiuuii; mil.
PTNE St.. 1321NlceIy furrrished""rooms for
Lousekeeplng; also hall rooms.
PINE st, 231( Handsomely furnished second
floor front: also southern expo-ure room; bath
and all conveniences.
PUME St, 1CC9 Newly famished; central; on
mtnute of post office: all street cars; ten mln
.utes' walk union Station: private family.
-SEVENTEENTH St, 1024 N. Furnished room
1 two gentlemen; pnvato lamiiy; near rr st
rH St., S17 N. Cozy house: Just opened:
hlnc new: rooms. 15c. 20c. 25c. 31 and UD
keek: conveniences; Including free bath.
IIRTEENTM St. 1247 S. Clean, nicely fur-
rdsMed rooms: .hot bath, gas; rent very reason
TWFTH St. 2300 8. Rooms completely fur
nished for light housekeeping; southern exposure;
every convanlenca.
TWELFTH St. 201 N. Elegantly furnished
moms; southern exposure: bath: all convenl
ances; visitors accommodated; reasonable.
THOMAS St. 2S30 Second-story front room,
with all conveniences. In private family.
.yANDEVENTER Ave.. T1SA N.. Near Delmar
--Nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences; rea -console.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2640-Furnts.Vd rooms
ha rooms for light housekeeping; all couvenl
ances. 'TASmNQTON Ave.. 1503-NewIy furnished
rooms for gentlemen only, by the day,' week or
roan i; 31 to 33 per week; bath, lunchroom.
WASHINGTON, 2648 Large, cool, second-story
ro&ns; three windows to each: southern, north
erniand eastern exposure; suite 35; unfurnished
roima.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2SOI Richly and expen
elvely furnished second-story front room: also
parlors and rear rooms: every modem conven
ience: strictly first-class.
WAS1UNGTON Ave.. 1527 Tiro nicely fur
rllhed front rooms for housekeeping or for gon
tlemen; also other rooms; all conveniences; rea
sonable; southern exposure.
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
Three Lines for Flv. Cents,
v- Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra.
RION. 3 Neatlv furnished aecond-.ton
a: flrst-c iss board: gas. hot and cold water:
ns reasonable: convenient to car line.
ARISTOCRATIC river bluffs, 'midst fruit -nd
flowers; coolest place In city; front rooms; ex
callent board; 3i to 310 week; Broadway cars
tas front orchard gates. 4708 S. Broadway.
, CAB-NNE First-class board and rooms, for
tvvjo gentlamen; private family: cool, healthy
loaatlon; copy, to 3 lines: reas. C 200. Republic
COOK At. 4142 Nicely furnished second-storv
room: southern exposure: bath and all oonvenf-
good beam: private tamiir.
COOK Ave.. 3S7S Nice, large second-story front
room: southern exposure: newly furnished; flrst
clasa board and service; private family.
.0001. AT.. 4013 Nicely furnlahed aecond-story
Mil room with alcove: also southern-exposed
rom; good board: sear three car lines.
COOT Are.. 10SJ Exceptionally cool, light
raa . -rdosly-furnished; best table; every con
T lance; rates reasonable: private family.
,XK Ala.. K33-ctra large nicely furnished
ancaa-flo front and connecUng rooms; aouth-
i.' eijue e; erst-class board: terms reasonable.
wconi
(Mp
ROOMS WITH DOARD.
Three Unea for Five Cents.
Each Additional Line Five Centi Extra,
COMPTON Ave.."ni5 N. Nicely furnished
rooms In private family, with or without board;
modern conveniences: terms reasonable; also
rooms for light housekeeping
HAYTON St.. 2834A Pleasant furnished room;
xceUent table board; all com enlence: rate
very reasonable; gentlemen preferred: call ana
see,
TrTTT At, joix Ti'andsome southern front
and back rooms; superior wwm.
DEU1AK Ave.. SS31 Four deslrabla rooms
with flrst-claas board: reasonable
DELMAR Ave.. 53oi-Elegantly furnished room
with or without board: all conveniences.
DELMAR. SSTO-Fleasant. second-story room,
with good board; modern conveniences; refer
ences. . .
DELMAR Ave.. SSH-Rooms nd board: fur-nl-hlngs
fresh and new throughout; referenda
required.
DELMAR Boulevard. HS Handsome front
room: excellent table: couple or gentlemen, com
forts of home. . .
DELMAR Boulevard. Si: Handsome second
storv room: first-class board: all conveniences:
moderate prices.
DELMAR Boulevard. SSSS-Large front room:
all convenience: flist-class board, for gentlemen
or cojple; reasonapie.
DELMAR Boulevard. 43C0-Elegant suite, or
rooms and board: couple or gentlemen: large
yard, home conuons. v.au num iv m ,v....
mpirsnv St "l.'5 Rleeantlv furnWicd scconJ-
story front room vvltli board: modem conve
niences; suitable for gentlemen: teima reasona
ble. ELEGANTLY furnished second-story front
room; private family: no children: good board,
nil convtnlences; near Cook and vAhlttler. im.
nepuunc
,,x'.t--,. t. jut rnnrn, Whltllerl - Nice.
large rooms: ali'llke front rooms: private family:
an conveniences: near guou uu-nuwa .v.
,.r-..r-- . qcu vi-.it, ftimlhpd second-
story room: southern exposure; llrst-class board,
with all conveniences, for couple; J3j montn.
T,vn a... f.in Vlnak- furnished room;
large jard. with nice lawn; with or without
uoara; also siame ior iour uuim
GRAND Ave.. SI N. ('The SlacPherron")-Bis
rcducUon In rates: eieganuy lurnisneu '"V'""
steam heat: marble baths: parlors, smoker, tele,
phone: very cho'cest cuisine: location unsur
passed: six car lines: board.
LOCUST St.. 226 Board, seconn-swry iruu.
and others rooms, from J3.G0 to J5 per wect
LOCUST St.. IS-Be"autirully frniishfAttmt
parlor and other nice rooms, with southern ex
posure: nrst-ciass vauie.
LOCUST St.. iC3l-Front iwrlor: "Sond;"".
front and side room, with board; table boarders
waitc-d; terms reasonable.
LOCUST St S"H Two nicely furnished rooms
on second floor: also third-story front; good
board: bath: all conveniences;
LOCUST St.. 2330 Second and third floor
rooms: bath, single and double, with board; very
reasonaDie. iviiuw.h tm.m v. .".
t 1-u.i'cti o. 1VIV art 1RM Nnmlv eaulDDCd and
furnished houses: beautiful rooms: telephone and
all conveniences; first-class board.
LOCUST St.. 2S06 Nicely furnished second-story
front and other nice rooms, with or without
board; also rooms for light housekeeping.
"LOCUST St, 22oTCorner house: well fur
nished, clean rooms: central location: private
boarding place: parlor. Mrs. Harry Ball.
LOCUST 8t., 2S07 Nicely furnished second
story front room, with alcovo and running water:
also oxner nice .oums: m.-viac- -m.".
LOCUST St.. MIS Nicely furnished, clean
rooms; detached house: filtered water; public
parlor; homo cooking: board by day or week.
LOCUST "st.. 2113 Large connecting front and
single rooms: southern exposure: furnished up to
date; every convenience; first-class table:jreas.
LOCUST St.. S--and SJoS-Hand-omely fur
nished second-story room; so-them exposure, al
so one single room: first-class hotel service.
transient accommooaieu.
x nweT C VW Vaftfltf t llrTI I hPd SeCOnd-
story front and ad'joinlng rooms; choice Ixnrd:
large lawn: visitors and day boarders accommo
dated; reasonable.
LUCAS Ave.."32n-E!egant room and board;
all conveniences: southern exposure: I3j for two.
LUCAS Av e.. S323 Nicely furnished front hoora
southern exposure; modern conveniences; good
board; references.
LUCAS Ave . 3137 Nlcelr turnlsh4 rcms. -with
board: hot bath and all conveniences; good neign-
IKjrhood and car-une connecviun.
i.itpis m. ! Elecant. ccol parlor: south
ern exposure: modern conveniences: other rooms:
southern exposure; board optional; terms ery
rcc sot able.
MePHERSON Ave., 411G-ricas't rooms and
board: private family: terms reasonable.
i.Diipucnw mu an 4ixyv Nieelv furnished
rooms, with board: all conveniences; references.
MePHERSON Ave.. 4056 and ,. 40C0-Elcgantly
furnished rooms, with board; all conveniences;
reference.
Miearcenmr i.a 117 VIm1v furnished room
with board; all conveniences; reasonable.
."MORGAN S(Sond-rtorx. front trtth
board: la per rooaui; uoc ytvi "
vmnnss St. 2301 Two gentlemen: second-
story front: southern exposure; elegant tabic;
340 per month; references.
MORGAN St. 3107-Destrable front iwbi!
southern exposure; with board; every modern
ctov enlence: three car lines: central; reasunauir.
MORGAN St. 3427-Second-floor room; south
ern exposure: newly decorated and furnished!
hot bath: excellent table: also single room; gen.
tlemen prererrea; retciem-ga.
MORGAN St . 3137 (Comer Thlrty-firui)-Tn
Sunnvslde. block, cast of Grand, lust opened;
even tiling now and clean: southern exposure
rooms- excellent table; terms reduced for sum
mer: day boarders accommodated.
Mir? t ivihiv , TVnth si..- Southeast Cor
ner First-class board, by the week. 33.50 and
34. Including room, into oenwer. piuinitw.
OLIVE St. 4017 Large southern-exposed front
room; also single room: taoia ana service wi-
class; references exchanged.
OLIVE St.. 4265 (The Barrlnger) Up-to-date,
family hotel: modem appointments: service flrst-
class; summer rave. eiy icwwuw.
nsrjR Tinnievard. 3607 Very desirable second-
story front room: southern exposure: bath, gas;
all conveniences; good board: reasonable
PARK Ave.. 2203, Opposite Lafayette Park
Furnished and unfurnished rooms and board in
elegant house. ;
PINE St 3200 Second-story southern-exposed
room: also other rooms; good board; reasonable.
YTm ct saiaTietftphed house: newlr fur
nished, with yard, gas, hot bath; homo cooking;-
private family: rooms, siwgiq or en smie.
ROOM and board for a gentleman, private fam
ily -widow' own home; every convenience: se
lect West End locality; good cooking; 35 per
week. R 203. Republic
SHERIDAN Ave., 2919 Nicely furnished second
floor front room: two or four gentlemen; with or
without board: private family: terms reasonable.
SPRING Ave.. 512 N. Elegantly furnished second-story
front and connecting rooms; single or
en suite; also table board If desired: reasonable
prices.
TENTH St. 2213 N. Elegantly furnished front
rocm. cool and pleasant, for two chums or
brrthers. with board. 33.50 each per week.
WASHINGTON Ave. 3033 Lovely room and
board; all modern conveniences.
WASHINGTON"avc7 2312 DeElsable rooms and
board can be obtained at the Hartford.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 44SS 3d nnd 3d story
front room, wlth'boara: southern exposure.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 8532 Comfortably fur
nished rooms with private family, with or with
out board.
WASHINGTON Ave.. 2515 Rooms, with or
without board: convenient to University Club
and three lines of cars.
WASHINGTON Boulevard. 4113 Nicely fur
nished rooms; home comforts: first-class board:
all conveniences; .ery reasonable.
WASHINGTON Ave.. UoJ Newly furnished
rooms for gentlemen only, by the day. week or
montn: el to w per weea; Data, lunenroom.
"WASHINGTON-Boulevard. 4111 Desirable sec-ond-story
front room: southern exposure: three
large windows: good board; modern conveniences.
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 3311 Connecting parlor
bedrooms: also other nice rooms; will make spe
cial terms to party of young men; first-class ta
ble. WASHINGTON Ave.. 8117 Pleasant front
rooms, with board: gentleman roommate wanted:
reasonable to employed parties for Bummer
months: all conveniences.
WEST BELLE Pl"c. 3910 Rooms and board
for gentlemen or ladles employed; moderate
prices.
WEST BELLE Place. 4100 Nicely furnished
rooms: private family; convenient to first-class
restaurant
WEST BELLE Place. 4112-PIensant second
story front room, furnished or unfurnished; with
good board.
WEST BELLE. 4VW Rooms, single or en suite;
with board: references required. ,
WEST BELLE, 4163-NIcely furnlrhed room
and good board: large grounds, porch and shade
trees: references exchanged.
WEST End Large, third-floor, southern-exposed
front room, with board: single beds; two
young men: 350 month. K 193, Republic
WEST PINE Boulevard. 3750 Connecting second-story
front rooms, with first-class table
board: all conveniences.
Willi TIER St,. 1121 (Corner Cook) Two nicely
furnished second-story front rooms; good board;
prfrate family: reason able.
COUHTRT BOARD.
BOARDERS WANTED Boarders at one of the
prettiest farms in Illinois; sixty miles from St.
Louis: en the Big Four road: price 33.50 per week.
Address Box 339, HlUiboro, 111.
ROOMMATES WANTED.
QDTET gentlemen wants roommate: nicely fnr
nlshed room: good board: bath, im Pine st,
ROOMMATE
WANTED-Oentleman
wishes
roommate to snare lance, airy room: southern
exposure; good board.
L -31 Westminster.
ROOMS AHD BOa D WASTED.
ROOM and board foreoopla In privata-famlir.
vicinity ,15 to tlWWett ePbenon toSS
tain; references axebanted. A (. Republic.
HOUSES, llOOMS, ETC., WANTED.
BY vourg couple, two or three furnished rooms;
llcht housekeeping privileges; good neighborhood:
villi share part of furnished llat w Ith rcllnod
Will DM.t ..... n--- -V till Pnntll.llfl
party: stave h.-hj. :vt,. v tf. ..yM..w
and small room for kitchen, with bath: furnished
for ll-lit housekeeping; rent must not exceed Jl-
per month. K 1. Republic.
COUPLE wants three-room flat, with lath,
completely furnlthed; good location: West End;
give price and full particulars or no attention
paid. T 1.1. RejUjbllc.
FUKMS1IUD HOIlsnjl AM) FLATS FOB
HEM.
CLEMENS Av e . BT16 Nine rooms and reception
hall. Call at house, or Nelson, tot Chestnut.
EVANS. 40.1A Handsomely furnished flat; 3
rooms: bath; modern conveniences: no children:
references.
FR NKLIN Ave. 303j Handsomely furnished
flat: four roorrs. Ks, bath, newly papered; rent
reasonable.
rURNlSHED houe for rent after June 1 for
the summer. Apply at H'38 Delmar boul.
GO housekeeping; contents of one of the irost
becMlful Hats. Vet End, near Grand: 5 room,
elegsrtly furnlshe.1 (also two unfurnished): oost
about i.W: sell for $!00; rent low. IC ljj. Uepubllc
i,ANDSOMLLV furnished iiou.: Delmar, near
Union; references. It 1W. Republic.
LEONARD Ave., U7 N. Eight room, com
pletely furnished; large, cool rooms; all expos
ures, screens, gas stove, large tllter, piano; to
Cctcber.
MePHERSON Ave.. 4US Furnished houe. with
privilege of bonrders If desired; exceptionally
com ; gooq neil."""""'
.HOIIIViTrtV -411VIbliirn ft-r n.n. wl.ll'eiir-
nlshed hour-e at IW to deslrrtblo party.
"WASHINGTON Ave.. 33 Furnished house for
aunirLer.
FOB REXT Al'AUTJIUSTS. FLATS.
CASTLEMAN Ave., W01 A Six-room Hot. With
batlrocm; IK.M. C. V. Barnes. 215 Walnwrlght
bull-In-.
KWING Ave.. SM N. Four rooms, bath, porch,
steam heat, Janitor: S30.
mccormk:k-kilgen-rule rial estate
COMPANY.
FOREST PARK Boulevard. M Cliolcc ippor
flit of 7 rooms, bath, furnace, etc; key tliero;
S3. 50 WOOLl.EV & FISH. 1123 Ch(-tnut s'-
GARRISON Corner Dickson Beautiful 7-room
upper Hat: southern exposure: lawn Janitor, tel
ephones; delightful homes; reasonable, bee bofor
renting elsewhere.
"OLIVE St . 3713 Six room, two porches, bath.
laundrv steam heat, hot water; perrect service.
McC-ORMICIC-KlLUcN-RULE REAL ESTATE
COMPANY.
TO LET FOR nusi.Nnss PURI'OSES.
ENTIRE second floor, with heat and light
VVIUbrandt 1007 Olive.
TRANKLIN Ave.. 512 Store. Just nest of Th.
Boston": elevator: fine light, inquire 4 Security
building. Klein Tiffany, trustcis:
LACLEDE Ave.. 43"3. Near Corner cf Boyle
Latge itore; good location for grocery. - "
Barnes. 216 Walnwrlght building.
NORTH MARKET St., I3 Baker shop with
No. 1 oven and living rooms: also three newly
papered rooms.
"TWO-STORY brick factory. 50x150. W-h.-p en
gine and boiler, shafting and pullejs. 11 N.
Nineteenth st P. While.
FOR REXT DWELLINGS.
lioiiTON PLice. C02S Eleven rooms and attic:
stable-Vent low to good tenant Kejs at house.
W. P. Nelson. W4 Chestnut ,
iioRTON Place. 5313 Cholco resUenca of 9
rooms bath furnate. nice jaru, porcn. lie. m
JSt In flrVt-c ass condition nud rent at reason
able fate. WOOLLEY & I'lSH. 1123 Chestnut st
Phon e- tj biuivini
y.ORGAN St.. 4HC-D;slrabio tin .se of 6 rooms,
Uth. lurnacecerstaj
IMPROVED
city pnoruiiTi
SALE.
FOR
.rederrvSsUt'rai SS
Call 1727 rendlctonavc;
- rT pvf'Jth St . 42M N. Two-story. E-room
brik loir 274x100: Price J1.S.-0. Strodtman &
Strorttman. 3617 N. Broadway.
t rT ".xllO feet on S. Ninth St.; big bargain.
LOT -'X"'J leei """, r. (-jV "in Uncoln
must sell at once. Newton : v-o.
Trust Bldg
SIX-ROOM l.rlck cottage: lot ..xwc ko
brick and stone walks. Call 25M Madlseiist
"nVENTIETlI St. itrcKTOprlce0''
wlth five-room flats above: nMXl.(fi0.vnnv
OOP. Btodtman Stodtman. 3617 N. Broadway.
$7,500
Twelve-room modern house, located on Delmar
ave. northwest of Forest Tark; hardwood finish;
two baths and all other-modem improvements:
lot 40x185. For particulars address B 1C5, llc
yubllo. -
SUBUIIHAX PROPERTY FOR SALE.
NICE suburban cottago: largo grounds and
trees: bargain. -Or Olive st
PROPERTY OUT OF CITY FORSALE.
"TENNESSEE farm, oil region. 800 acres In cul-tlvatiorV-
?6.0 cash, or will trade for part casn
"r " "y good business. R 166. Republic.
FARMS FOR SALE,
FINE'fa'rm. 40 miles from St Louis: 160 nc
iSfivi.inn: 42 acres pasture: will be sold
ncres
at
half value. Lyons, 102lvo
Tinivnirp. stock Farm for Sale Best situated
stock farm in Denton County; 4,o00 acres In soiiq
lw- jom acres of the very best black waxy
Und'm Texts: 1.700 acre, in cultivation: J-.WJ
worth of improvements: !W0 acres in wheat made
20 0M bushels of wheat; 200 ncres In oats made
13 S bushels: l"5 acres In cotton averaged one
hilf bale per acre: 200 acres In com made 40 buh
els dot acr? 100 acres in millet made Hi tons per
am Remainder grazing patches and gardens.
So DenTon and larshalf creeks run through
this place, and In addition there are four flowing
artesian wells. Steam thrasher, harvesters nnd
binders? mowers and plows and general run of
farm Implements all go with this farm ot 3
per acre. J. W. Medlln. Roanoke. Tex.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BABY carriage, cost 820. good as new, for 33.
Mr. Wltlow. 6510 Maplo ave.
titty nnr econdhand building material from
American Wrecking Co.. Vandev enter and Eas
ton aves.
nmiCT lnrce mahogany bookcase; cheap.
310.00. 421 ri. rourm g-
FOUR beautiful pollrrd brass cas fixtures, 2,
I, 4 and hall light for 812.50. 3003 lne st
FOUR full quarts of Kentucky Bourbon, ex
ceedingly fine, packed In plain box. scntp0",P'1
for 83.50. Kentucky Whl'ky House. 17 Franklin.
FULL line of mantles for Welsbnch lights. 81
per dozen and upwards. Condon Bros, 1026 and
1023 Market st
GAS and electric fixtures: selling out at cost;
fine fixtures at half regular price. Bredsold Gas
Fixture Works. 1015 Pine st
GREATbargalns"'ln Ice chests, refrigerators.
gas gasoline and oil stoves at Condon's. 102G and
1028 Market St.
TtnnsF.a nnd wagons and good-paving vege
table route: a great barraln. 4925 Sraldlng.
LAROE size sand oven; suitable for pastry ot
all kinds. 2333 Franklin ave. .
wvw nnd secondhand billiard and pool tables'.
also tenpins and balls; supplies of all kinds. A.
E. Schmidt, 326 Market Ft Bell Main 2776M.
OFFICE furniture: roller-top desks and roller
chairs: all stvl"s: sell cheap. Franklin Furniture
Co., 723 Franklin ave.
ONE large and one small size safe. 6
N.
Fourtn s
MOST appropriate wedding present or euchre
Tilre- Mexican drawn-work and picture frames.
Mexican Art Co. (ground flour). 1212 Olive.
ATTENTION Pictures enlarged with 6-lnch gilt
frarro 32: albums, holy pictures, etc.; frames to
crder. Lydlk Art Co.. 1028 Franklin.
EUREKA Springs mineral water, per case of
12 one-half gallons. 82. Depot. 3101 North Mar
ket st Drop postal.
OLD CLOTHING BOUGHT.
AI L kinds of gentlemen's and ladles' clothing,
carpets, bedding, etc.: highest prlcei paid; cait
or send postal. W. Kult. H2 Franklin ave.
QELBER. lata of Texas, buys secondt.ind
clothing pay twice as much as value, because
1 need them badly. Joe Gelber. 1017 Carr st
HIGHEST cash price paid for ladles' and gen
tlemen's cast-off clothing. Call or send po'Ul. J.
Miller. COS Walnut st Kin. A 215. No brandies.
MACHINERY.
Wanted.
WANTED Two-horse power motor; 500 volts.
B 195. Republic.
For Bale.
ELECTRIC motors and dynamos to rent: from
1 to M horse-power. Rose Electric Company, )l
S. Tlilrd Ft.
ONE flve-horee-power motor. 500 volt: also onc-borse-power
500 volt, as rood as new; can be
seen running. C 195, Republic
GASOLINE AND STEAM ENGINES
Boilers, steam pumps, stsam. gas and water sup
plies, sawmill, machinery, belting, hose, eta.
FAIRBANKS. MORSE ft CO- St. Lonls.
DOGS. CATS. 1-TSTS. FOR SALE.
DOGS, birds, cats, rabbits, poultry, pigeons;
all kinds pet stock bought, sold and exchanged.''
usuourne s mro -tore, im . uroaaway.
LARGEST St. Bernard in State; a first-prize
winner: only 22 months old. C 191. Republic.
BELGIAN BARES.
HIGH-GRADE Belgian 'Hares It you want. 31
or 12 stock, don! eallr Old Orchant RaKhlt4
J old Orchard. Ho or'2003 Clark, St. Louis. Mo.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
For Sale.
ALL kinds of delivery wagons, storm buggies,
new and secondhand. Young & Co.. 14 N.
Broadw ay. ,
AN elegant new stock of traps, stanhopes run
abouts, surrejs. etc.: Frailer", carts and sulkies:
painting and repairing old vehicles. T. K Rey
nolds. Twenty-first Washington and Bt Charles.
ALIX traps. Columbia buggies runabouts,
wire-wheel bikes. Stanhopes, surreys, a full line
delivery ond road wagons; can birtld vou any
thing In th. vehicle line you may want; our
prices will interest sou; all work guaranteed one
year. Deeds Manley. MS N. Main st. between
Washington and Vina st
BEAUTIFUL family mare; a homo pet. Call
and seo It. 1512 Olive st
B1C, team draft mares, weight 2,9.0; been haul
ing Linseed Oil Co.: lost hauling; cost $3'j0; sell
for 3210. 1517 N. Eighteenth st.
DRAFT mare. 1.500: also small mare for hus;
TT': must ba sold at onco: need inontj. 1322 N.
illgh St. residence.
DRIVING horss and runabout, one large work
horse; also good, gentle pony. t'M Easton ave.
TIFTEEN horses, mares and mules for sale.
1011 N. Broadway.
FINE black, chunky mare: top park wagon;
sell separate; cheap. Side entrance, 3ijU Pine.
FINE drart team. mare, fine workers: must
sell; have lost Job; fat. sleek and chunky; 3-lX.
Shea's Grocery. Eighteenth and Mullanphy.
I OUR new- nrm uuggles. two n.nabouts. on
run ey. two ladles' phaetons and lot cf old s'.orm
buggies. 1 ChoupMU uve
FURNITURE van. ery largo and In good re
pair; will rent or sell at a bargain. Lyons &
V.O.. J
. 3211 Olive.
GOOD make Jump-seat surrey,
1112 N. Leonard ave.
at a bargain.
HARNESS All kinds of new and secondhand
harness at lwttom pries; the best for the least
money. A. Tuckett. J522 and 1521 N. Broadway.
NICE mare. 8 jears old. nice driver; lerfectly
eafo and sound. 2S04 Russell ave.
ONE gentlo 700-pound marc: also one 1.000
pound bay horse. 2301 Dodlerst
PIPER Carriage Co , specialty builders of medium-price
surtevs and -prlng wagons. Corner
Seventh and Poplar sts.
ROAN pacer, weigh 1,150,
hands. 1311 N. Thlrtienth st.
e-year-old, 154
MX-YEAR-OI.D black mare. J50. anil extra
well broke driving horse; sell cheap for cash. 3528
Chestnut st.
SIX cltv-broko delivery horses, suitable for
dairy or laundry delivery, etc- have sold out
business; horses at sacrllicc. 1303 N. Broadway.
STORM huggle. runaliouts. park, top delivery,
one-horse trucks; first-class work; moderate
prices; see me. J. M. Selzer. 1525 N. Fourteenth
ht: near Cass.
THREE fine delivery and surrey hores; ped
dling wagon, SH; pirn? mule, M; gentlo saddle
iwny. J17.W). 2515 Palm st.
TWO horses, ne stvllsh pony. 5 ears;
condition: bargain. 1S14 Morgan st
good
WE havo nnd manufacture all kinds business
waiiors and torm bugsles; our w.-uri-is equipped
with Wlttlch patent end gates. 1222 N. Seventh.
FOR SALE CATTLE.
MILCH cow and heifer calf 6 weeks old. 315.
1340 Tamm ave.
TYPEWRITERS.
For Sale.
WE have 1.0M typewriters for rent or sale. Call
or ir.all or lelephore jour order. Satisfaction
guaranteed. The Typewriter Exchange, 20S N.
Nin'h st. St. Louis, Mo.
OPTICIANS.
E. B. STRAUS. Eve Expert-Gold spectacles.
32.51 up: complicated cases a specialty; finest
equipped testing parlor In city. ,05 Locust st
ECII eve scientifically examined free of chare
by S. S. Drcifus. Optician. 10OO Franklin ave.
IIIC1 CI.CS.
For Sale.
BICYCLE repairing, nickeling, enameling; bicy
cle and auto tires vulcanized; singls and tandems
to rent. Morgin & Iljrdlng, 3S53 Olive st
CAESAR. Cleveland. Crescent. Pierce. Andrae,
R( gal and Tempest St. I,ouls Cj cle Co , 935 N.
Second st See Morgan. Main 2S4: A 71 C.
snCRHT SOCIETIES.
ANCIENT FREE AND
ACCEPTED MASOItS.
Ai
ANCHOR LODGE. NO. 412. A. F. & A.
M.. will meet this (Wednesday) evening
at i:3j ociocit jenerson ar.i i'ar ave
nues, for work on Third degree. Brethren
Invited. By order WM. E. HOKE, W. M.
R. H. CaffaJl. Secretary.
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CORNERSTONE LODGE. NO. 323. A.
F. & A. M. Reeular meeting Monday. 8
p. m,, June 3. lwjt at urnna Avenue
Masonic TemDle. Grand and Kinney- ave
nue s. Work two M. M. decrees. Visitors cor
dially welcomed. J. I. WILLIAMS, W. .
II. vV Miltr. Secretary.
JR GEORGE WA
V A. F. & A.
7 communication
' W Mav ., M-
ASHINGTON IX3DGE. NO.
A. M., will hold a stated
in nt M n'plnrk on Tuesday.
Mav 5S. at M.iftnlc. Temnle. Grand and
l inney Avenues. vvorK in tno r.. . anu . v.
degrcea Members are earnestly requested to at
tend. Visitors are alwaVB welcome.
W. L. LA BERGE, W. M.
Henry Llhou. Secretary.
A LAMROKIN 1
sPv-A. M.-Stated
JjK Ing. M-lv 22.
w v tho Tlilrd degrt
jjovar.. so. 460, a. f. a
communication inis even-
at R n'clnck. "Work In
tho Tlilrd decree. Members requested ana
Msltors invited to atten
R. N. Gray. Secretary.
6r
mrcnrTTjT tonnR. No. 1. A. F. A A.
M. called communication nt Corinthian
Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic Temple,
Tlmrsrlav. Mav 30. at 6 D. m. MI M. de
gree. Members requested and visiting uremren
fraternally lnvllel to attend. Lunch from 6 to
7 P. m. THOMAS A. BELL. W. M.
John H. Deems. Secretary.
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RT AT.nnMAT? fYlMMANDERY. NO.
IS. K. T.. will open an extra council of
companlcns of the Red Cross at 8 o'clock
this Vednedav evening. The order will
be conferred In all Its splendor. Companions of
all comminderles eordlallv Invited.
W. M. PORTEOUS. Sovereign Master.
W. P. Rlckart Master ot Dispatches.
ROYAL ARCANUM.
GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI
Rovat Arcanum. 309-311 Holland
building. A cordial welcome to vis
itors, friends, brethren and members
from abroad. L. J. MEISER O R.
JURE HALDEMAN.
Acting Grand Secretary.
DELMAR COUNCIL, NO. 964. ROYAL
Arcanum, meets regularly on the second
and fourth Mondays of each month at
West End Hall. Klnnev and Vandev enter
avenues, visitors cordially welcomed and pleas
antly entertained.
GEO. W. J. KNIGHT. Regent
W.-n. Newman. Secretary.
fi MISSOURI1 COUNCIL. NO. 107. R. A..
StvZt l?neets ilrst and third Wednesdays of each
-- month on twelfth fleor. Holl-inJ building.
l v visitors are cordially Invited to attand.
DOCTOR P. F HELMUTH. Regent
W. B. Robinson, Secretary.
NORTH END COUNCIL. NO. 1032.
E Rojal Arcanum, meets second ana fourth
v5 Wednesdays oi lacn muiim hi iiueitcrs
rtnlt nnnthnnst corner Twentieth and
Bissau streets. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. ,
AUG. H- MOBLLER. Recent,
Attest: H. A. Boramann. Secretary.
KNIGHTS AMI LADIES OF SECURITY.
BANNER COUNCIL. NO. Tit. K. 1 OF a.
meets every first and third Wednesday evenings
at 3 o'clcok at Phoenix Hall. Jtfterson nnd Cass
avenues. Members are requested to attend. All
sister and brother councils are cordially invited.
3. F. BURKLY. President.
P. McFadden. R. a
BT. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. (II iCNTOim AND
Ladles of Security, meets every Wednesday night
st. Fraternal building. Eleventh and Franklin
avenue. Visiting knights and ladles cordially In
vited to attend. By order
CONRAD ROCK. President.
Attest! Marl P. TVIckenden. Secretary.
WOODME5 OF THE! WORLD.
LIVE OAK CAMP. NO. 112. WOODMEN OF
the World, meets seoxnd and fourth Wednesday
evenings, at Bowman's Hall, northeast corner
of Eleventh and Locut streeets.
W. D. ISENBERO, C C
R. L. Belli. Clerk.
AXCIE.VT ORDER OF niBERXIAXS.
ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS, DIVISION
No. 6 Meets second ind fourth Wednesdays of
each month at hall No. 903 South Fourth street,
All members ars requested to attend. Visiting
brothers welcome. C. P. MONAOHAN.
N President.
J. M. Sweeney. Recording Secretary.
ORDER OF COLUMBIA KNIGHTS.
NORTH END LODGE. NO Ua,
order or (.-oiumoian Knignts. meets
everv secuiiu auu tuuria veanesaav
PiS at Rahnlng's Hall. Twentieth and
yr wngnt sireeis v isuing an ignts rra
teraniiv mviiea.
ii. v. vvir.uuuv.. run.
E. C Glesecke, SecreUry. No. 1211 Chambers
street.
ROYAL LEAGUE.
GREELEY COUNCIL. NO. lit
Royal League, meets second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month at
hall, CM Burlington building, tit
Olive street. Next meeting Wednes
day. May 22. 1901. Initiation, with full
paraphernalia.
F. L. PFISTER. Archon.
H. H. Jones. Scribe.
INDEPENDENT ORDER FORESTERS,
COURT COTE BRILLIANTE, NO. 335. L O. Jr.
Regular meetings first and third Mondays each
month at northwest corner Twenty-second and
Franklin i avenue. 8 p. m. Visiting Foresters tn-VlUd.-
r JOHN a HOLDORF.
Chief Ranger. 2320 Adams. '
A, J, Pentland. Secretary. 27.1 Adams st.
$m
7m)
ECRET SOCIETIES.
KRIQHTS OF PYTHIAS.
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AURORA LODGE. NO. 64. K. OF P.,
meet at Deltbar's Hall. Broadway and
Elm, every Friday. Work In rank of
Knight May 31.
it to.--, -i-ua- PRR3-RBACH. c. a
It. Blackmore. K. of R. & S.
9 fU"-'LINCTON LODGE. NO. 236. K.
S J' Vv "-'" this (Wednesdiy) evenlrr.
Ta ?-'iJ'lgiltston L --a. southeast corner
rank! ni-?i,,h "I'1 -Franklin avenue. Work In
Srid nfrh"?- on- -1-"-1-- Socll- mating, fourth
S. Sii,dMlllr of "c- month, visitors al-
Attest- jJI'-t ,. PAULA BIUTT. C. C.
Altest. Jtt3 j Moo K. ot R. A S.
. V? AsSTJ-'El "LI MISSOURI IX1DGE.
ke, t.-t".of P- - A- . I'M Msr
vi.ifn ?" meets ?very Friday evening
visitors alwav.s u, -nm.
Ch.C.F.nk,K.ofR.AsVBUAT-&&
i- -.CA,-TLr- "ALL MONITOR LODOR.
No. C8. K. of P.. east hill Century Uulld
7M "; ?n Thursdar evening. May 30. nt 8
O ClCelr ihnrn Th. m nt. a ,-.!.. lll
be conferred upon three Esquires. Visitors cor
uiauy invited and members expected. Senators.
--; ."""-. UtO. O. KEMPF. C. C
J. Otto. K. of R. A 3.
CASTLE HALL OF SCANDIA LODGE,
o. 67. K. of P Will meet this (Wednes
day) e enlmr. May 22. nt Fraternal build-
111 ST. Flletfnth etr-ai anA C-- eil (In m snna
Hall No. 3. nt S o'clock. Regular business meet
ing. Members are expected to be present. Vis
itors sre always welcome.
. O. M. GRANATH, C. C.
ny. II. Klenemann. K. of R. A S.
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CASTLK 1IAT.T. TinnTTnT tt mwiv
No. 131. K. of P.. West Hall. Century
Building. Ninth and Olive Streets On
Mondav. June S. tit 9 tv m. sham Tttisl-
ness of Importance to all member Visiting
Knights cordially Invited. W. J. GLENN, C. C
Attest: Harry Roberts. K. of R. A S.
CHEVALIER LODGE. NO. TO. K. OF
P. Castle hall In Odd Fellows' Temple,
hall No 2. eighth floor. Reulir meetings
everv Wednesday evening At S o'clock
sharp. Business of Importance Wednesday even-
iiik. jiay aii'o report or v-ommmee on rinter
talnment Visiting KnUhts alwavs welcome.
HERRICK J. CRAY. C. C.
Attest: Louis W. Sorgenfrel, K. of R. A 3.
Address. 2S53 Arsenal street
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. . K. OF P..
meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock,
castle Hall. Century bull'llng. tenth floor.
Hall NO. 1. Ninth nml Hike Btreetv.
Tuesday evening, work In rank o Equlre. Mem
bers reqniiteil to be present Visiting brothers
welcome. Smoker.
. . THO'. W. SHAW, C. C.
J. F. Dempsey. K. of R. A S.
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CONFIDENCR LODGE. NO. '21 Tf.
of P.. meet, every Thursday evening at
Masonic Hall. Seventh and Market streets.
Membera th,ii ... .,.-.... ..,.-
cordially Invited. ' " """" "'" "s""
William Faber. K. o- R. A s'.' ""' C tt
DAMON LODGE. Kfl M T.- nr n
meets every Wednesday evening" nt Frsl
tcrnal building. Eleventh and rranklln
avenue. Hall No. 2. Wcv in ri.
Knight. Members of the Senate will pav atten
tion. Hy. Krmmm. M. of W. MIsltors and mem
bers are cordially Invited
.... t, t, GEORGE A. T-RET. C. C.
Attest: H. R. Bermel. K. of R. A 8., No. 3713A
Evans avenue.
O- SlffVnn GREAT LODGE. NO. r6. K.
5 ?' TT" meets evry Wc.lnedav evening nt
gfSoclock at Howard's Hall. Thirtieth and
j - Oliye streets. Wedn-dav evening. Mnv
KirfS. '!? ,n"rank of Knight ampllfled. All
knights fratemallv Invited.
,. R(?BT. P. FRITSCHLE. C. a
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. A S. -. .
OtM GOIJ5EN CROWN LODGE. NO. C
1 meets every Friday evenlnr. Hall No.
.,?& ti 'snth floor Centurv building. Ninth
v&SV " J,1"1 01,Te streets. Work In rank of
KSj r.age at next convention. Friday
idc,...u ?'ay 31-. A" members expected. Vls
OROWM. Itors cordially Invited.
J. It. PARKER, C. C.
Henry C. Scott K. of R. A S.
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HOPE LODGE. NO. 186. K. OF P..
meets every Thursday evening nt 8
o'clock, northwest corner Ninth and Iml
streets. Work In the rank of Pace at next
convention. Thursday Mav 30.
FRED SCHERRER. C. C.
Ed C. Braun. K. of R. ft 8.
AFAYETTE LODGE. NO. 12S. K. OF
meets Wednesd.iv evenlnir. Anrll 10.
'52a "01
1901. Burlington building. No. 810 Olive
Street. Clehth flnnr Wftri. In Ihe ranlr nf
Knight. RALPH W. ALLEN, C. C.
Attest: Fred Horn. K. of R. A S.
MODOC LODGE. NO. 230 K. ore P..
meets everv Saturday evenlnv nt Anchor
Hall, southwest comer Jefferson and Park
avenues. Snnrfil convention Priflw even
ing. May 31. for Initiation of candidates. Mem
bers are expected nnd vMttng brothers cordially
Invited to attend E. L. KREITEMEIER. C. a
F. Morrlssey. K. of R. A 8.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 304. K np P..
C9"
meets every Wednesday evening In Cen
tury bulldln . Ninth nnd nllve streets.
Members emected. VUltnrn cnriHalltf In-
Ml- . n F. TUTTLE, C C
J. W. Campbell. K. of R. A 3.
i3"
PARAGON LODGE. NO. 58. K. OF P..
meets everv Tucsdav eveninr. Its II n.
8. Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive
streets. Next Tuesdav. rank of Knlpht.
Members and visitors eordlallv Invited
R. J. WILLIAMS. C C
Attest: Frank Johnson, K. of R. A 8.
PREMIER LODGE. NO. 249. K. OF P.
The next regular meeting Thursday
evening. .iay j". at rtnu io. 1 uan r ci-low-s'
hulldlnsr. Work In the rank of Paz.
Cigars. Members and visitors cordl-illy Invited.
W. R, E1DSON. C. C.
J. F. Wltte. K. of R. & S.
TYTHAGORAS LODGE. NO. 27J. K. O?
P.. meets every Wednesday evenlnfr at
the northwest corner of Grand and Eas
ton avenues, at 8 o'clock. Work In rank
nlwavs on hind. Members are all expected to
attend and brother knlfrhts are nlwavs welcome.
J. O. SMITHWICK. C C
7 Attest: Edwin Ettlnger. K. of R. 8.
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RED CROSS LODGE. NO. Si. K. OF
P.. meets every Wednesday at Odd Fel
lows' Hall. Ninth and Olive streets.
Mtv 29. Imnortarrt business All knights
are Invited. H. B. BEATY, C, C.
II. W. Beldtnsr. K. of R. & 8.
WALNUT T-nnriT? NO. 2M. K. OF P..
meets every Thursdiy evening at 8 o'clock
snarp at unuus- iiiu. eouineast comer
Ninth nnd Market streets. Visitors cor
dially Invited nd members expected.
CIIA8 H. COBURN, C. C
W. J. B Perkins. K. of R. tB.
tfTTT-EVA I-OTJOn No S21 K OF P..
trV1
meets Monday evening. May 30. at Hall
No. 1, tenth floor. Century building, at
rt m. Wnrlr In the rank of Knight. All
members expected and visiting- members cor
dially Invited to attend.
PAXIL REDA.N. C. C.
Attest: H. J. Conway. K. of R. & S.
WABASH LODGE. No. 24S. K. OF P..
will have work In the rank of Knight.
Tuesday. May 29, at Cattle Hall., Broad
way and Benton. Visitors are welcome.
in. . r iuuicii . .
H. Bachlebcn. K. of R. & S.
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TcRiTTNnxnv ToTir.B. xn. iaa. tc.
of P.. meets Friday. Mnv 31, at Maonlc
Hall, Seventh and Market streetx, when
ten wlH crosq the hot and stndv desert
and be made Oriental Trinccs.
JOSEPH P. DUMMICH, C. C
Grant Luce, K. of R. & 9.
aKCIEVT ORDER vhited WORIUIEX.
MAJESTIC LODCJE. NO. 55, A.
O. U. W.. will hold a reru'ar meet.
Ing Wednesday evening. May 23. at
their hall, No. 3. northeast corner
Eleventh and Locust, Workmen are
cordially Invited.
WM. A. FRITSCHLE, M. W.
F. W. Kretier. Recorder.
KNIGHTS OF FATHER 9IATHEW.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNIGHTS
ofFather Mathew. Office No. 1903
Locust Street Write, call or tele
phona'C S19 ior printed matter.
y DANIEL O'C. TRACY.
Supreme Chief Sir Knight.
Thoa. S. Bowdern. supreme Recorder.
NATIONAL UNION.
BUNKER HILL COUNCIL, NO. 1C3. N. TJ..
meets second Wednesday of each month at Wen
sel's Hall. Eighth street and Franklin avenue,
sei s nai . j A STERLING. President.
J. O. Tracy. Secretary.
LOOKOUT COUNCIL, NO. 609. NATIONAL
Union, meets first and third Friday at fc p. m..
In Bowman's Hall, northeast corner tventn
and Locust streets. Members -are earnestly re
ouested to attend and visitors cordially invited,
uuesie- vo H BBELTJUNN, President.
James J. Ljnch. Secretary.
Phone Main 21I7A.
r"T?n nTT no TTefrrr. vn im
National Union, meets on second and
fourth Frtdavs each month at How
ard's Hall, corner Garrison avenue and
Olive street, at 3 o'clock. Next regular
meeting Friday. Mav 21. Cigars and
award for attendance. -.,.. - ,.
F. E. GUNN. President,
Richard E. Bergcr. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
nELLEFONTAINE LODGE. NO. 17S
K. ot H-- meets second and last Wednes-
aays at u .-wurin iiroauway. ,vll
Knights cf Honor welcome.
riiE.u intr , u 'ictator,
53 North Broadway.
F. A. Da Vol. Reporter. 1322 Blair avenue.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. . KNIGHTS
of Honor, meits In Burlington building
80S Olive street, first and third Wednes-
dnv nlehts. 8 o'el Ck. All meml.. nf
the fraternity welcome.
J. R. PRESTON. Dictator.
No. 1713 Preston place.
P. B. Drown, Reporter, No. (19 Commercial
building.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE to Lodges. Societies and Clubs Beau
t.ful Boyce's Park and Picnic Grounds, at Okaw
vtlle. 111., has a few more dates open for July
and August, The park has the following attrac
tions: Large lake, boating, fishing, two bowling
alleys, steam merry-go-round, shooting gallery,
baseball park and Rne dancing hall, 50x100 feet.
In tne open air. For terms apply to Wm. Boyce,
M45 Florissant ave., or telephone D 103, and I
will call and see yon to secure a good data and
rrake terms.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
ST LOUIS AERIE, NO. 41. F. O. E.,
meets every Thursday night and the
first Sunday afternoon of each month.
Visiting brethren welcome.
B. P. TAAii'E. W. P.
H. W. McChcaney. W. B.
RED MEN.
-UXNETONKA TRIBE. NO. 43. IMPROVED
Order Red Men. meets every Friday at Druids'
Hall, southeast corner Ninth and Market streets.
vork In degrees always on hand. Visitors cor
dially Invited. Members expected to attend.
MARLIN DIGRU Sjraem.
T. P. Walker. C of It. ECO Walnut st
ROYAL TRIIIB OF JOSEPH.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 7. ROYAL
Tribe of Joseph Regular meeting of
this lodge will be held In Hall No. 2.
Odl Fellows' building, Friday evening.
Mav 10. 1901. at 8 o'clock. All memDers
requested to be peent. Visitors welcome.
a. G. BRADFORD. Patriarch.
W. D. Gillespie. Scribe
BOYS' DRESS.
The stage between baby dresses and
trouser suits for boys Is usually filled In
with stylish little frocks which differ con
siderably from those made for their small
sisters. The dress illustrated has a de
cidedly masculine effect. It Is made of blue
and white ttrlped percale, with trimming ot
Ttiilt Una. ft
The back Is plain and terminates at the
belt, where the box-plaited skirt Is applied,
.ine ironis are in one pucv. e-itiiuius ,
from the shoulder to the lower edge, where I
the dress Is finished with a deep hem. 'rne
fronts are deeply underfaced with whlto
and turned back to form revers of unique
shaping.
A straight collar completes the shallow
plastron and fastens at the hack. The belt
and facing In front are made of linen.
8338-BOYS' DRES9
2 and 4 years.
There Is sllsht fullness at tho shoulders
of the close-fitting sleeves, which are fin
ished with bands of white in cuff effect.
Tiny pearl buttons trim the cuffs and front
facing.
These dresses may be made of serge,
cheviot or flannel, with a contrasting color
for trimming, but they are also developed
in colored wash fabrics and make durable)
little frocks for seashore and mountains.
To make the dress for a boy of 2 years
ri!i ni'irn two vards of 3S-lnch material.
The pattern. No. S30S. is cut in sizes for
boys 2 and years.
Any one wishing the latest Btjle
patterns may obtain them by call
ing at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Re
public Building, Seventh and Olive.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. May 28. Flour Receipts 31.113; ax
ports 9.t2; moderately active, and steady on
choice erodes, but dull otherwise. Rye flour dull.
Cornmeal t-.eady; jellow Western ,7c: cltySSc.
Rye steady. Barley dull. Barley malt dull. Wleat
-Receipts T1S9.000: exports W.W: spot firm: No. 3
red IS2&0 f. Vb. afloat: No. 2 red SOHo elevator;
No. 1 hard Duluth-l-o f. o. b. -tloat: options
again ruled fairly firm all day, with a small
trade, sustained by the lightness of offerlns, a
largo decrease in world's stocks, further bullish
Wes'.ern crop news and local covering; closed
firm and H-Sc higher: May SOHSSlc. closed Mc:
Julv -9 1-loa'J S-loc, closeu 7Jijc: Sept. 16 1-16-1
76 l3-16c. closed ilViiC. Corn Receipts 1D3.0O0; ex
ports 15-571; spot firmer; No. 2 13o elevator
and tc f. o. b. afloat; option market w-a high
er on May, owing to a scare of shorts, but only
steady otherwise, helped by talk of smaller re
ceipts and the wheat advance: closed at partial
.... tiot mivnnrvr Jia, uuu. uuicu w:
July IsHSHSafcc. closed IStic: 8ep 13 1-1&31S'
tAmtn: No. X -whlta Ucr trk. mixed Western
6c; No. 3 white 12 He: trk. mixed Western
;v?jic; iri wpi jiu"11-: uvuuiw eve uy, u
quia. Hay steady. Hops quiet. Coal dulL Beef
quiet. Cut meats quiet. Lard firm: Western
steamed $8.40: refined firm; Continent 33.50; S
A. JS.i; compound S6.75. Pork steady. Tallow un
settled: cfty lQ5c: country 5;5ttc. Cottonseed
oil steady; prime crude nominal; do. yellow 22c.
Rice quiet. Molasses steady.
Toltuo. O.. May Is. Wheat dull, but strong;
rash and May T5V4c: July UNc; Sept. 7Hlc. Com
easier; cash and May U'ic: July 13.c. Oats dull,
but steady: cash and Mas-' 23c; July 28iic- Re
53',ic Cloverseed dull: cash JG.60; Oct. 35.25. Oil
unchanged.
4'eoiia. Ill . May 25. Corn inactive; No. 3 lie,
Oats quiet; No. 2 white 29c. billed through. Whls
kv on the basis of 31.27 for finished goods.
Kanas City. Mo.. May 28. Wheat July 66lc:
Sept. Ki'jc, Cash No 2 hard esSTOc: No. 3 C7W
68'5o; No. 2 red 70ir71o; No. 3 8W8e. Com
July lOHc; Sept. to-So. Cash No 2 mixed 39i
RWc; No. 2 whtte imo: No. 3 )Xc. Oats No.
t white SOKjisic Rye No. 3 55c Hay Choice
timothy 3U811.60: do. prairie S9.26fl?.7i Butter
Creamery 16vjc; dairy, fancy. 13314c Eggs
Fresh 9vc Receipts Wheat M.000 bu.: com 38.
0X: oats 30.000. Shipments Wheat 53.500 bu.
corn 33.800 bu.; oats 22,000.
Liverpool, May 28 Holiday In tha grain mar
ket. Hops at London (Pacific Coast) steady at
f 4?pt 13s. Beet steady; extra India mess 62s 3d.
Pork steady; prime mess Western 60s 6d. Hams.
short cut 11 to 18 lbs., firm at 16s 9d. La rd
eteady: prime Western lis 3d; American refined
In palls lis 3d. Bacon, Cumberland cut, 29 to 30
its, firm at Ms td; short ribs, 18 to 21 lbs., firm
at lis 9d; long clear middles light, firm at 12s 9d;
do. heavy steady at 10s 9d; short clear backs
steady at 40e3d: clear bellies firm at 15s; shoul
ders, cquare llgnt. steady at 87a, Butter dull;
finest United States SSs: good do. Ma. Cheese
American finest white dull at 17s; American finest
colored quiet at 16s. Tnllow Prime city quiet at
25s; Australian In London steady at 2Gs 3d. Cotton-seed
oil Hull refined, spot steadv at 22s 3d.
Turpentine Spirits steady at 27s 6d. RoMn Com
mon firm at 4s id. Petroleum Refined steady nt
'U. 1Iisevfi uit i ill ai a .
Chic
lows:
Icaco. May 28. Cash quotations were as fol-
r. Flour gulet. Wheat No. 2 spring 73Hc;
No 3 spring Tic: No. 2 red 7V;fr71c. Corn No.
z 4Z3T4dftc: iO. yeuow wih.-,c. uats io. z
27pISc: No. 2 white 29lS'ij29Iic: No. 3 white
27'ii He Rye No. S 62Haic. Barley Good
feeding 16W48C: fair to choice malting 49852-.
Flaxseed No. I t.72H: No. l Northwestern 1 7J.
Timothy seed Prime J19033 10. Provisions Me si
lork per hbl 31-eill.65; lard per 100 lbs. JS.SVff
t 65; short ribs, sides (loose), t7.fO38.10: dry-salu
ed shoulders (bxd.) 34.75'7; short clear sides
(l.xil.) tll2i,S.;. Whisky Basis of hlKhwlnes
3L27. On the Produce Exchange to-day, the but
ter, market was weak; creameries lltfisjc:
dairies 143:16c Cheese, firm, SfllOHc Eggs
strong; loss off, cases returned, 'llUc
Petrolenm and Wool.
Oil City, Pa.. May 28. Credit balances, IL05:
certificates, no bid; shipments 108,9(8; average
92.1U7: runs 99,132: average 15.937.
Boston. May 28. There was little business doing'
In the wool market here, but the demand con
tinues onjy moderate. What sales have ben
made were at former prices. Territory wools
continue to head the list' of sales. Fine medium I
and fine staple lr Is gelling at 0qi2c on the!
rou rt hasls. while the strletlv stanla article It
quoted at 11915c Fleece wool Is also slow and
prices are nominal. Quotations: Ohio and Penn
tslvanla fleeces. X and X above. 23324c; XX
and XX and above. 36c; delaine 28c; No. 1 comh
Ing 25c; No. 1 and three-eighths blood, 25c; coarse
and braid washed 33324c Michigan, Wisconsin,
Etc X Michigan 20321c: No. 1 Michigan comb
ing 23324c: No. 2 do. 23824c; coarse braid washed
23c; fine delaine 23324c Unwashed medium, etc.
Kentucky and Indiana quarter-blood combing 71
22c; three-eighths blood 218; Missouri quarter
blood combing 19S20c; three-eighths blood lSfflMc;
braid combing He Territory, scoed basis: Mon
tana fine medium and fine 13311c: scoured "1
ICc: staple 15316c; Utah. Wyoming and Ida . .
fine medium and fine. 13013c; scoured 109 Uc:
staple 4t343c Australian, scoured basts: Spot
prices Combing superfine 71872c; good UgiOo;
average eS(7c
Sp
THE REPUBLIC PATTERN COUPON',
FIL IN NAME AND ADDRESS.
NO. 8-B. '!
'i
J Be sure to give age, name and ad- ,
i dress-, and mail with 10 cents to THE i
1 PATTERN DEPARTMENT OF THE i
I REPUBLIC.
!' No. S33S. Price 10 cents years i
1 Name ............"" ( '
I I Address ............... ' ,
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ANOTHER DULL
DAY FOR SECURITIES.
ORDERS SCARCE AND SALES
SMALL.
Continental National Bank Stock
AVas Strong and
Higher.
sionxiXG SESSION.
There Is little to be said of the local maf
ket for stock's and bonds yesterday. It wa
ttle same old story of a lack of order and.
small dealing. In thU respect yesterday
was even worse than tho day before. A3
a natural consequence of the dullness an
easier feeling prevailed for most stocks
and was particularly noticeable In United
Hallways stock, the bonds being; quotably
unchanged at SS3.T5 bid and $20 asked. There
was no trading In the preferred, which was
77.75 bid and $73.25 asked. Transit was In
little better demand, but sales were only 125
shares, IW at J24., and 23 at -l. At closa
a .73 1. ., for i,r an,l J21 for nmnll
lots, and $21.25 asked.
Trust stocks were practically dead, and
bank stocks cot much better, though the
market for the latter was partly redeemed
by the strength shown by Continental Na
tional, which opened at 1220 bid, and closed
at S0 bid and J225 asked. Third National
was $210 bid and 215 asked. State was 173
bid. South Sldo offered at J1C0, Southern
Commercial bid Jllu, and Boatmen's offered
at S201 ex. dividend.
There were but three quotations made in
trust stocks, one being a bid of $253 for a
Job lot of Mississippi Valley and the others
offers to sell St. Louis and Missouri at J
and $116, respectively.
There was a fair demand for Brewery's,
and two $1,000 6s sold for $SS, which was
bid for more, but 3.25 was asked.
Orders for several hundred shares Granite-Bimetallic
resulted in bids of $2.07, and
oers to sell at $10, but no sales.
AFTERXOOX SESSIO.V.
The afternoon session was a slow affair,
but orders were more plentiful than was
the case earlier In the day. and the sales
larger. There were fewer quotations made,
however, and a number of changes in
prices, mostly for the better. The business
done was almost exclusively In bonds, of
which $15,&iK) changed hands, and only 30
saares of stock. The latter was in 21 shares
of Transit stock at $21 and 9 shares of La
clede Gas common at $S5.50, whilo the bonds
consisted of $9.0uo United Railways 4s, which
brought $63.75, and 6.000 LOuO Brewcry
bonds that sold at $55.25 and $38. United
Railways stock closed tha same as It did
at the morning session, but the bonds wera
easier at $S9.50 bid and $M.75 asked.
Bank stocks were quiet, but bids for Con
tinental National and Third National were
higher, the former being advanced to $221
and the latter to $212, and were offered at
$150 and $2150, respectively. State Na
tional was $lio bid ex. dividend. American
Exchange was $216.50 bid and Boatmen's
$201 asked ex. dividend.
There were, but two trust stocks men
tioned at the lato session, one being Mer
cantile, which was bid $215 ex. dividend of
it per cent monthly, and the other Missis
sippi Valley, & shares of which were salablo
at $260, and larger lots at $353.75. There
were no offers.
During the session there was some in
quiry for International Automatic Coupler
and bids of $3.75 failed to bring out selling
offers. Granlte-Bl-Metallio was wanted at
$-U7Ki and held at $2.10.
Closing quotations:
United Railways .....
Do. pfd.
Transit, or common....,
Bid. Asked.
SS3.54 $.75
;s.w
..... . 23.75
....... SIS.oi)
..... 353.75
Merc utile Trust.
Mississippi Valley......
CU OU1S ATUSE.... ......, ......
Missouri Trust ...........
Continental National 221.r
Third National ....... x
State National lTi.oO
American lchnse.... .............. 26.&
3-t.OO
116.W
3-4
211.54
uoau nena ...................... ......
feouthern Commercial...... 110.09
South Side.. ...... ..... ......
aranlte-BI-Met-lllo .................. 2.u7
Brewery il.lM 6s 83.00
Laclede Gas, commoa............... 3.00
Do. pfd 93.00
Do. 8s. ..................... lvl.fio
St. Jo Lead ...... 11.00
Bonne Terre L. & C Co.. ..... 3.25
L'nlon Depot shorts'.. ...... ....... 10O.7S
201.10
iio'.oo
2.10
98.23
35.50
ibs.oo
11.50
3.75
ioilii
Broadway Cables 100.7S
International Automatlo Coupler.. S.7S
LOCAL MOSEY MARKET,
A Boar Day Among- Banks sad Trnat
Compa-les,
Tha local banks and trust companies experi
enced ah otner busy day yesterday, though tha
amount of business In th different ra enes of
banking was not up to that of tha day b Cora,
Still, tha bu (nesa dona waa larga for tha aao
ond day of tha weak, and fully op to tha ex
pectations of those most Interested, and they
expressed themselves aa well aatlsfia , AU tha
financial Institutions report! an actlva and larga
business in a routine way, and especially m
checking and depositing. Thera was a vary excel
lent demand for money from dlftarent business
Interests, and Interest r tea wera quotad steady
at the old figures of 5 to T per cent, on which
basis most of tha discounting of prima papar
was done. Money was In large supply anil cotuv'
try business fully up to expectations.
The day's bank clearings, while not a larga
as those of the day before, wars large at ((.Kit
CIS, the h lances amounting to 1,CW.
Domestic Exchange.
'Whttaker St Co.. bond, stock, ccr erclalpaper'
and exchange brokers. No. 300 Nona Fourth,
street, quota exchanges as follows:
Bid. Asked.
New York .eOoprera Woprem
Chicago .......... .... ...... ...,15a prea Z5cprera,
Cincinnati ...... ...lOadls 10c prans
Louvllla 10c dis 10c pram
New Orleans .25c dls par
City of St. Lonls.
Corrected daily by duy P. Billon. No. 397 Olive
street:
HS ?." S01?" :? -? ?
zold-
CV.v iUa. J.-J..
l ..... .la 10
v-ty i'zS, goia. lsu". j.-u. ..li 1U3
City 34s. gold. 1319. JJ 101 IS
City Is, sterling, M.-N.. 1311 vrt 118
City 4s. sterling, 20 years. 1903, J.-D...103 101
City is, gold. A.-0.. 19U IW 119
Oty Is. gold, 1912, M.-N. .... 10 1
City 4i. sterling. A-O.. 10th, 190S....103 107
City Is. gold, J.-J., 1313 1W54 110
City 4s. gold. J.-D. 1914 l'jS', 110
City s. gold. A.-O.. 1S05 110& lUK
City is. currency. A.-0., 1309 UOj, uii
Wall Street Gossip.
Tho'followlng synopsis of the gossip In regard
to the' leading features of the New York markets
was received by D. R. Francis, Bro. & Co.:
New York. May 2S. After the three days' holi
day, trading in America ns In London to-day
showed no Improvement, and tha only arbitrage
buslrcsa In this market was the selling ot stocks
for Lcndon account. Tne sales were not large In
any one stock, and amounted to about ).0OO
bares in alb
American Tobacco was strong at the opening;
C. I. Hudson & Ci. taking a larga block ot tha
stock. H. B. Holltns Co. wera large buyers of"
Amrrican Tobacco, and were also buyers ot
Continental. The special reason for this move
ment apparently was the expected declaration
of a dividend of 6 per cent on Continental, whlca
would Increase the value of the American To
bacco assets. It was suggested that tha recently
incorporated universal company might be used.
for a merger of both these companies, as well
a cf the independent concerns now 'being1 nego
tiated for.
Union Pacific waa strong In the early trading;
on tuyinc; by Wasserrran Bros. The Oorern is
Corrmlttee of thi Stock Exchange will hold a
special meetlnrr th! afternoon to consider appli
cation to the 3uO.O00,09O new bonds, and it Is sup
pose.! tiuying to-flay was in anticipation or tavor-
able action en this applications. News agencies
I had a story that part ot the collateral of tbaea
bonds would be Southern Padfio recently bought,
Minneapolis and St. Louis made a material
advtnce on fairly large trading. Howard laps
ley Si Co. were large buers around noon, and
J. & W. Sellgman gave out many buying orders."
Brokers active- In the stock' say that Sells a
bjrlf.g las been noted for tome time.
Chlcaro Union Traction was ona of the most
active stocks to-day. Thera was no news ot any
kind In regard to the property.
A report was current In the exchange that 3fa
lad been bid for the control of Lack wanna.
The advance in the stock started with buying!
by Kcech. Locw A Co. A. A. Houseman ; Co.
wre also prominent buyers. Wabash and Mis
souri Pacific moved up at the same time, and
the belief prevailed that the buying of the stock
of both roads was for one interest. H. L. BOrton
Sz Co. took a large amount of Waba en i
men and preferred, and this buying iu tal
as confirmation of the idea that standard Oil
and Gould Interests wera accumula tha to
stocks.
London cable -were aa follows:
London. 1:15 n. m. Tha market top
Mllnw .,.,. 1. .I,.I1. ., . ...H..lt1.
.uiin huic, 1. ,.a, -,., av a b i uaujii u
are nominal at about New York parity. Fcra txn
dealers appear to prefer to await New Yonra
icitiative.
Sogjaiv
New York. May 23. Raw firm, but quiet; fair
refining 3c; centrifugal. 9C-test, 4 -, Mo
lsses sugar 3c; retmed quiet.
acw urieane. a,, nay 2a. tragar crt at
kettle 3 3-1603 13-16C: do. ctrlfugal 3
ceniniugai yenow sc; secocqs lsc
steady; centrifugal 78140.
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