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V --- -- THE REPUBLIC FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1901. ui 5 A1 U r-' Hi K i? r KOOMB FOR REIT. ' Thn linn for rive Cents, B aUMlUOnai une r l-e vuia .xira a a. a,.t rfft-.-'alia T.fimvette Park) .urnisbM eoond-story front room; all tmtn. etc Bt.. tin N. rumlshcd rooms BttMnen; In private family. Urre, ceatlr furr.l.se.1 front room. In--O Morgan t.. In lia-ery. IVE St.. K13 Nicely furnished rent parlor : mil conveniences; car. uaui. eic; "jr DSble. VK Kt ?Ti4l!.iiitlfiiHi' furtillil front lor ana othtr nice looms; nil emveniencs; i up. Sr. ai? Ve-.lv iiaiicred second-story and other rcai-i. with all conveniences; r rant encap. fOUVB St.. 2103- nr! fl-sir. I-nre. vrell-fjr- a Towns; private ruinll). tnud-m convcni : t1l-lmn. bell. OUVB gt., r-iT Vell-fnrnlslwtl. lsrr;e. e,t. -ni room: southern rxpofflir-. cnvni-nr. u- I piano at time. OLttVB Rt 155?V!al- fufflltul1 TO fths: tare frant Mnm tmltal.la fi.f , cantlemeil. llllV iiserond-aiory liall room. nlTVK fit e'.ll Eitr l.ti-il rltnin. l.ne On first floor inn ,.n aa-nml flour! all modern CGn- rvenlenon; term reaeonaljla. ' 5 OLIVE St.. ins. wri.l.!l(xir baric. S-: hull ', locm. tlj; second-nuor front for hiusekccplre: f cne rocm for housekcepln.(, J-.M. "FINE st i2iivirMv fumlihod ro-'-ms for tousekeeplng: alra hull room-. FINE Ht.. "Ill N'lrclv furnished front and bfccW parlor: all convenience. PINB St.. 18-Klrirtly furnished reo: nil nvcnjmces: electric Jicnt. -iciaicr etrvn. pc: special rates for the sumrn-r. PIKE St.. H05 Newlv furnished: cntrr.l. m. Iilnnte of poit oMce: all street cars; ten mtn- fem- walk Union Station: prlvat- family ct ecsr. lriiilr furrlshed l&rce and nail frnnt nml nthtr tilr Ttwms; latlhs Itnd all mTemaa? hr.ti.e-ret lnr- if desired, reason- rible. RUTQER St.. USS Nicely furnlshM rooms. second-floor front and adjoining nxTin. frr lUlit fcouMkrt-jinr.; hot lth; all conrn!enc; rtnt ':ood nelthbcrhool. CVTKHVTIT st lft?l V Purnlhrl room rtto gentlemen: prlats famlltr ntar Carr it. WBtXTIt Bt.. 117 N. Cozy ho-e: Jart opend: fTerthlnt neir; roomr, IV:. :. -. 11 and up weea; convenincev inciufjinK ,rrr :. TWEIJPT1I St i2M K. lUKtms roroDl'-tfly fur- nlshed for Ileht housfke-plns; aouthern e-i"jpure; cvarjr convenience. TWELFTH St.. -01 N. Eleeantly furnished rooms; southern exposure: bath: at- conveni ences; Tlsltors accommodated: reayoniblc. TWO neatly furnished hall room. Inquire SCI y. Tenth st. VAMDEVEXTEn Aif.. T15A :.'.. Near D'lmar yieely forn. room: all conv.: rea-onable. VANDEVENTKIt Ac. K1A N.-Kum. roo-l -rlth bath for summer: private ramllj; no cnn- cren. rVJSU-ilAW. -... -- ruiitni-- ...... and rooms for llBht housekeiplns; all couvenl- ii in i i ii i i ... tri .. t.t...it rnniM WASHINGTON" At. lMJ-Xe-.ly fum!hl rooms for entlemen otly, by the day. weK or month; n to H per week; bath, lunchroom. "WASHISGTON. 2CIirK. cool, eccond-ftory Toons: three windows to each: muthrn. no-th-m and eastern exposure; suite -; unfurnished rotina. WASHINGTON Ave., 15.7 Two nicely fur-t-lshed front rtvims for housltceplni or for ren tlemen; also other room: all conveniences; rea sonable; southern exposure. rooms iviTn noARn. Thre Unes for Klve Cent TACb Adltlonal Line FUe Cents lxtrs. -tTp .. i?t v-tt fnrnlithed recortd- atorr rooms: flfst-class beard; tiot and coll '--itar; gu; terms rea&onabls; convenient to car ARISTOCRATIC liver blurr, 'midst fruit and coolest place in cjtj , iium iw, t board: Xi to J19 ?eett: Broadway cars it orcnara gates. ,u "-x-j1- Are., CS-Beautlful recond-Jtorj' rront tftnt boaru; real nora cuutvtti., ci- terma. COOK Ave.. 4W Handsomely furnished n-o-OBd-floor front mom: routh'rn exposure; private family: board optional; reasonable. OOOK Ave.. 4145 Nicely furnlh.l eecond-story ; eoutnem exposure; uaiii tuiu it mun.-.- SOOd ooara; iiiiml e l-mu. OOOK Ave.. 4048 Nicely furnished aecond-story treat room with alcove: alo southerntxpo-cd room: ood board: near three car lines. COOK Ave., S2-Neatly furnished front rcom. with board, for tvo: J3j per tronth: nouUiern and eastern expoj-rea; twifmriu . m.g, tvmv s- ifvrt TTeentlonallV cool, llaht tootna. nicely' furnished; best table; every con lanlenee: rates reasonable: private family. COOK .Ave.. SHS-Extra larg nicely furnlhd econd-floor front and connecting rooms: euutn- ra exposure: nrst-ciasa ooara: terms r-acm--'-. COMPTON Ave.. 1115 Nf-Nicely furnished m pnvmie iami.y .r.-n ur i.uuv -.. B COnTeniencrB: terms i.uuauisi a.r for llxht bousekceplnt; !---& a-.-. - Tlr.nr1wY.m4r OUthJTl front tf-m-iA,. Acti -...- "- Q QC-t rooms i B.trc.v -"'- i .ELMAK lioulerJ, 2i3S IarKs rront room; conveniences; nrat-ciass uoaiui ur ku i or coupl ; reasonable. Jtooma nd boarJ: coupl or pentl-rnn; Iarco t-yva; AOIX CbnUOITS; crT irawiwu... tory front and connrctlnsr rooms; 111 r"nt am or tOtetner; jfou unaru; mi jjutjic.iv-;3. ON St.. 29CC Eleiantly furnlthed reconil- tront room, with alcove: moden conven ; suitable for two; J1S per month each F1NNETT Ave.. S7K Neatly furnished second- front room, with nrst-ciass ooaru; pnvaw ; all eomeniences. Vll-ws;v l. citvirpt- furnished recond- atory room: Rood board; nice location; all con venience; reasonable rates. FTNOTT Ave., -S3 Nicely furnished, clean. eool front room: flnt floor: bath: all cenveni ancee: IIO: near sood boardlnic place. FINNEY Ave.. 4117 (Corner Whlttl'D-Nlce. lart rooms; all like front roomi; private family; all conveniences; near good ooardin? place. , rTOTJET Ave.. SS09 Neatly furnlrhed front room; aoutbern expour: sood board; private family: aentlemen or ladles emplored. nmvn Ave.. ?j-v xicelv furnished room large yard, with nice lawn; with or without Boara: also stable ior iour noraca. GRAND Ave.. S14 N. CTh Slacrherson") Die; reouctlon in rates; citsaniiy lunuajici iiwhi team heat: marble bath: parlor-, smoker, tele phone; very choicest cuisine: location unsur- paaseq; sia car lines; t utu. ... .. viin n-nnl front nnm tn mite of rooms; modern hou-e: with or without -toara: aommer rate: -very tCtt.m.-i. lOCUST St.. -11J Nicely furnished room, with noaro. 1AX7UHT St.. -5J- lieauvimtij- uiuw't t... parlor and other nlco roomt, with southern ex- posur.: iixav-vtaa wtm- ..-.... ... ,. It If .. a... tt. eri mer,T 1 floor front: also large room, with private bath; all conv,: auperlor boarJ. TraTfIT Rt.. S004 Two nicely furnished room.- on aecond floor; also third-story front; good son ra; oatn; an cuavtjii.rjii-ci. r LvuUsT nt. l-tfi ana !' .wii -iiu.',j'- uu Lfarnlsced houses beautirul roomi:. telephone and - - - - - )--.- 4 14 ti r rn -trl 1 CgH..mcm.,cs. i,i.t--i. -.... tST St.. 2 CornT hyjir; veil fur- Cl,an rOtirns; CmUHl u--ai.vii, 4i.e- ym-tCj Jriinvre -a.-., -lauj .s. X Du. ar .i; """"'V' www-'' id other nlc rooms, ulth or without Iso rooms for light housekeeping. TwfT'ci' Cf ftwi7 TClrM.- furnished pecond tory front room, with alcove and running wa- xcr; kifo otner i.b iwuw. '" e" J--.-., - -. -.i . AA.0 --..1aa Vnafil eVl ftt'l-q .""7W . .Ti -.. OU.r- iretsrt sntir.Mn rooms; aeiacnea nouw, " ..., -.w.. v. -J-LTlZ-t B. 1-1-.-.. KAar .r ft V -T -. if (mrior; nom. cognwi. uwi wj - - T.v-w---. AJUB- 15-.. Aita A-tiK- vw.i"..."- - "- alnale rooms: southern expo-ure: furnished up to date; every convenience: first-class table; reaa. --aas -- aa.e T -. .h-k jtnnnarvflrit. frnnf fl jJ -.r-TTr c 1-n finii 2202 Handsomely fur nished second-story room: southern exposure: al- po one single room: nrai-ctaaa twi.st tuuw, tran-Mms accommoqai-u. I.TJCA8 Ave.. Kl Elecant board and rooms; ontlxrn ft-posure: with board; lis for two. .LVCA8 Ave.. J32J Nicely furnished front roocij Mthera exposure; modern conveniences; good southern exposure poara; reasonaoie. LCCAS Ave.. 3K7 Second-story front: southern exposure; suitable for couple or two gentlem-n; -rti tt-a-rl' rafrrmces exchaiured. V esK-t at cfdfc Av e roe-v. ! R niu EI famlli ---E----SE. W' freak Tt ar- board:, al LOJCAS Ave. 3437 Aiceiy lumisnea riwma. wita .', boardTbot bath and all conveniences; good neigh- f . Mc.llna rnnnMt.nn r- IWIiWM aU,.. s.-11-SS.. r.....--.--.-. vr-a-.-i .. r-nr it'iiitlfiillv furalfhod irult ft ar room and"board: al nlcelf furnlnhed rec ti ?Ti.----. "(a.. . rMm. trtf tlo-Vlf 1nM1kt.lnr. f aHW-rUrTT IMaP " ""'" -, "B"' ..----.--.-- ---- - w"lfcpHER80?C". M and t-NlceIy furnls!d ,-W1ul DOaTU mil coiiiiiciiuv3; i..vi;h.cbi klfeWffRSON Art.. and 40W-EIegant!r l,"''.,T-, - taM. M1t v-ftvanlanxM' IVDDU, Wm uvoiu, as -wm . ....w..- iV Ave.. V5rV-S5 Nlcelr furnished front and nouthern expowiro flrt-cla . . . -..- k.mlk-ft a- T--n l an4 locaiioo cuii nit'ciit tv !""" "' lT.. 119. Frontlnff Tofayett IarJc Ishfwj rooms. un ooara. Bt 2301 Two gentlemen ; secoid- front: aonthern exposure; elegant table; rrcrc'vc3 -' MORGAN St., SOl-Second Ptory front; south r un rwr TTwmth umailer roomt - table; erery convenience; day toarders; ltC4KAN St., I7 (Comer Thlrty-nftli)-The DiOCB arHaii O. W'"-! t-"- wk- mp 'now ana cau; ovuuti -fc-.3 ". -... a.Kt-ir fi-t-ma rMliirvi1 for Kutn wee ------------: BsMtiy vfti -HISp-i "7-a-Hrli WAOsnicui " T7 a-Ia ft''' .Bar: -Mr Doaraer cccbuihai-iicu. rlTOtl-AXPHT and r '.'.Mi Fliit-cUM board. j tlnclodtng room. Tenth St.. Ponthesst Cor; Cir ice wrfK, j.w, ..v Otto aenwar. proprietor. S'-CUVB 8L. t7CS-Front and bock rartort. un- K; -jfcr-isrrd, except BS alii rl; aet-cbed h l&'tcsun--u tr Ibouie. li I71ZA Newly furnished rornsj I'SBaSrV exposnre: prlvau famUy; Jio montn; WUU1U t. vw-.w ROOM! WITH BOABD. Three Unes for FlveCent. Each Additional line Five Cents Extra. OLIVE St.. KXi (The Harrlngerl-Up-to-dste family hotel: modern appointments: service first- cinr. : auiniiirr la tr tTii ivwii. -.... 7n.ivi: pt. rrTtti iinndftom-lv furnished second- floor front: alo southern-epos"d room: prlvato family: litst-class board: all conver.lerces. l'AGi: Ave., 2C37 I.Trcr second-floor room: au perlor board: home cooking; snodorn convenienc-s; private family; reawnaoie. I'AOR Iloulevard. jc very ceiiraoie seconu story front room: southern exposure: taith, gas; all conveniences; good board; reasonable. I'AItK Ave. M3. Opposite Lufayette. l'ark Turnlsted and unfurnished rooms and board in el-gant Louie. I'INE Ht.. 2I-Second-story southern--itwfl room, also other rooms, good board: reasonable. TINE St . -: NIcly furnished, cool, s-tnmcr rrtoms. with board; very reascnable; gulet nelsli Itrtrhooil. I'lNl: H.. SOie Detached hou-: newly fur nlalml. with janl. gas, hot bath: home cookln;; lirlvate family; rooms, single or en sultts HCf)M and board for a rentleman. private fam ily: widow's own horn-; every convenience; -a. lect w-at l.n-1 locality; good cxtklng; H pr wttfc. it 513. ltepubllc PIIKl'.lPAN Ave.. E9(J-Nlcely fnrr.lthed second flrxjr front room: two or four gentltmen: with or without board; private f .mlly; term- letsonablr. M'llINO Ave.. SK (Cornr Olive) -Nicely fur nlshM corner rm: llrst-elas- Nnrd; irlvale family; eullaM- for couple r centlemen. ?I'HINJ Ave.. r.I- N. Klexantly fu'nlshd -c-ond-stcry front ami connfcllng rooms; rlnele or n suite; also table board If d--lred: reasonable pil. THNTII Ft.. 1J11 N. !urnlhed front room, with t.r without l-oard. for two rantlmen ttr ct'uplt; room aIon, J..0O week; will give l-trd also. TKNT11 St. 1SI7 N. KumldiM tmmr. with or without loanl: eltimnt. eool location: front rooms. first and s-roml floor, for gentlemen or couples; with t.oard. Kio par weex. a.- aaa,aa a . J. . I -..la- ..--. lWil room for rcntlemrn. viith or without board; connlnt to cars and Y. M. C A.; one block ml t f'.m -.( . .Aoinivt it. vv-. ,vw-t.vt Kk jr iwm it board: all modern canvenlentes WASHINGTON Ave., Zli;-If -Irabla rooms and board can be obtained at the Hartford. WASHINGTON Ave.. :K- Comfortably fur nished rooms with private family, with or with out board. WASHINGTON Ave.. rSC-Itnoma. with or without !.rard: convenient to University Club and threellaes of cars. WASHINGTON Iloulevard. 4113 Nicely far-nl-he.1 rooms: hom romforts: flrst-clacs board; all conveniences: very r-ascnable. - WASHINGTON Ave. UOT-Newly furnlshcl rooms for gentle-en only. ly the day, week or month: -1 to 11 I-Jr week: bath, lunchroom. WASinNGTON Ave, -H0J Nicely fum!shel front room, with Irani, for two oung men or coupia; very rrasonawe; oine. rooms: oariw-u, WEST nni.T-E. 4I'-5-Second-story front room with board; desirable; reierenc-s exenangeo. Vl ST II1.I.L.I- 11'". itiu iv-Jiiia anil uoam for gentlemen or ladles emplojed; moderate 1"! 1C VV1..V1 lll-.l.L.r. I l-ce, iwt .iceiy mriii-nrtt rooms: rrlvate family; convenient to first-class restaurar.t. WEST II1.I.T.E riaee. 4I12-Pleaant seconl rtory front room, furnished or unfurnished; with good board. WEST HELI.E. 415J-Nlcely furnlhal roo-n and good board: larae s-rounds, porch and shade treas; refeinces exchanged. WEST End l-arg. third-floor, southem-ex-poaad front room, with toard: single leds: two oung men; $-0 month. K 192. Republic WEST PINE Boul.. J7-EIegnntly furnished second-story front room: flrst-elass table bonrd; also unfurnished room; bath, fine summer loca tion. WHITTIEP. St.. HH (forner C'jok) Two nicely furnished second-story front rooms; good board; private famllv: reasonable. COUNTRY BOARD. THUin. or four summer boarders; pleasant place; shady la-vn Kor particulars, address 1. O. Uox 13.1. Ilunktr 1IIIU 111. ROOMMATES WASTED. KOOMMAT1. WANTED Gentleman roommate for second-lloor front: southern exposure; modern conveniences; good board. 33-3 I-ucas. HOOMXtATE WANTED Young rentleman to ahiro large second-storj front room: all con veniences; excellent board; terms reasonable. ;yo 1'lne st. HOO.IIS AXD HO.lUIl WANTED. IJOAIID Two connecting rooms. Latween Gar rison and Taylor: gentleman, wife and grown daughter: gcod board; iow price; permanent; give particulars and price. L. 2J2, Icepubllc. ROOM and board for couple In private family, vicinity 4M0 to -K19 West McPherson to roun taln; references exchangc-d. A 203. Republic TWO adjoining rooms and board fir family of five. P 137. Republic. FOU RENT APAUTMBSTS. FLATS. CA-TLEMAN Ave, 4W1A Elx-rocm flat, with batlrocm; S-7.53. C. w. Barnes, 21C Walnwrlgbt tull-lng. CIlAXIIiERS St., ll-Modern flat to let: four large rooms and oatn: evervtmng in llrst-ciass shape; will rent to small family; key at 1207. Cl-ARA Ave.. 1444 Four-room flat, with bath room; IIS. C. W. liames. 214 Walnwright build ing. MISSOURI Ave., lin Modern six-room flat; every conv enk nee. OBEAIt Ave.. 2010. Ono Rloek North of Water Tow er Elegant flat; five rooms, bath, gas, laun dry, etc. ST. LOUIS Ave.. 2113 Nice, convenient flat for rent. VICTOR St.. 1101 Elegant new three-room flats, only 17; also four-room flat. 810 N. Sixth. WEST BE1XE. 4403A Three-room flat; bath) gas range: hot water: newly decorated; south ern exposure. New Modern Flats. 4473 McPhcrson are., (t rooms: will deeon.tr.- rent xyi-U fi.iiu4A j-.-ii i if utc, new a anu room flats; modern plumbing; gas fixture; furnace; Wfarat8 cellars and laundries: rent $5 and 27.50 192TA Cora ae.. S rroms. bath. ras. etc.: ....rent 20W UviA iiayard ae.. b rooms, bath, xuroace and fixtures 13 00 K. A. .J.XISTEn, e03 rullerton buildlnv. FLAT-OLIVE, NEAR BOYLE. 4ZJ0 Olive; &-room flat; separate entrance; Jan itor service; J23. No. 5174 Ki-NSINQTON AVE. The swellest. up-to-date 6-room flat 'In the West End; gis llxtures. screens and Janitor service. No. G170 Kensington ave., new 7-rr-om flat on, second floor. V. B. BRENNAN R. E. CO.. Phone B HIS. 616 Chestnut st Fl'RXIMIKD HOI1.SE3 AND FLATS FOR RENT. DEI.lfAIt Ave.. 4B6Furnlshed hou!e for the summer; large, well-ventilated rooms. EVANS Ar lA--Nlceyrni!hhfiI nt fjf three rooms; bath; modern conveniences; com plete for housekeeping FURNISHEU house for rant after June 1 for the rummer. Apply nt 4Q2S Delmar boul. OAHItlhON. Corner Dickson Beautifully fur nlthed slx-rciom flat; southern exposure: lawn Janitor, telephone; comfortable home; rvasonab'e see before renting elsewhere. MORGAN St., 4060-Nlcely furn. flat of three or iron rooms: piano, gas ard bath. WASHINGTON Ave., 4232 Furnished house for sumner. WASHINGTON Ave.. 2511-Nlcely furnished S room house fur summer month3; sto to desirable party. TO LET FOR DLSINBSS PURPOSES. CORNER saloon, with restaurant and Ave room uix'tu. e tutitiuu. tti uL'iKtiuurnoou ot union btatlom will 1-jm to good, r-sponslble party. Kor Information apply at 2C52 Olive st. ENTIRE second floor, with heat and Uxht. WlllbrandU 1007 Olive. u ntANKLIN Ave.. I1J Large, new store, for tr.... aim ttatuica tut rat. LACLEDE Ave.. 4S3. Near Corner of Boyle Laige itorc; good location for grocery. C W Barnes. 216 Walnwright building. -". "NORTH MARKET St.. SI3-Baker shop with yo. 1 oven and living rooms; also three nenly papered rooms. TWO-STORY brick factory. OxISO. 75-h.-p en gine and boiler, shafting and pulleys, nil v. Nineteenth st. P. White. TWO-STORY brick, remodeled for drug store: opposite street-car transfer, in the booming city. East St. Louis. Or. Parsons, 23 Colllnsvllle ave.. tel. A 1130. ' FOR RENT DWELLINGS. LACLEDE Ave.. 3125 Seven rooms, bath, large 3 ard. shade trees; IS. " ' "" LAFAYETTE Ave., JItONlne rooms; modern plumbing, hot-water heat: In good repair. Key at 2128 Lafavetto ave. It. T. Blow. 103 N. Eighth street. "MICHIGAN Ave.. 1713 Six rooms; modern plumbing, hot-water heat and all conveniences. Key at J1S Lafayette ave. R. T. Blow. iu v. -t ttr t k . . tM T7 . .. 4t-tv vta-t'iuitt -u f. at uau price. all at K25 Century building. WASHINGTON Ave.. 2-15-Twelve-roora house cheap. Apply to Oreer-Anderion. 71 Chcstnut. FOR RENT -CBTJRBAN PROPERTY. IlOUSE In Old Orchard Park: In good order: near Suburban cars. O. A. Wurdeman. Old Or chard. KIREWOOD Nine-room furnished home fori summer; raw, noi .no COH1 water: good shade and fruit trees; convenient to both steam and motorcars. J. A. Shields,-auditors office. lie Ex. Co. 1 24 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ------ fl-- H Pe-s-a rsa- rssB a E3 ----- Lr -i-r--l .Hk EI wk. ik JF '-.I rl r-l IL. 11 s-s-ss-H Tml- .ka -..' m r - "w ---- i r i " --.-..----------I sw -----. ws sr WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION On the Premises, SATURDAY, June 8th, at 3 O'Clock P. M. Ior;.t!fin. WINnKTtMElsn PIjACI. rtini" wmt from Union n.enu. l.eten Delmar air! Cabar.n) ncmifF. BTHrCTLY inOH-CTf3 RKSIIi;n"B ritOl'lU.TY. lllith an! boutlfula Ttmn; One-fifth cash, on-nftJ. on j-ar, rm-fifth tuo t.trn. onn.U- thrfe rfri". onfc firth four j'-ar?. In thrift 5 iit t-nt jr annum on iiifrrefl paymrnts. Ga out and take a hx.lt at this magntflcent property, I'l&ta will bs itrddjr nxt Tlurjday. Jor information, etc, call on tlio undernlcned. L1NC0LH TRUST CO., SAM T. RITHELL REAL ESTATE CO., 215 Walnwright Building. mummmmmmmammmmmmBmmmcammummammmammmmmmmmmmmmmam for rbxt Miscni.ia.roi:J. ICt.EDK Ave.. -VB line two-story brick sta ble: fourteen etall.. water, bath; personal at tention Klien to boardTS RBAIa nSTATK AT ACCTIOX. Roe Place Lots -ON- , LAFAYEnE AVE., COPELIH AVE., GETER AVE., COMPTON AVE., LOUISIANA AYE., Just cast of Ttrscrvolr Parlt, . AT AUCTION, Upon the rrcm!se, To-Morrow, June 1, 3 O'Clock. Tbo entire surroundings nro HIGH-CUSS AND PARK LIKE. Ilp'trlcte- for Residences. STREETS, SIDEWALKS, ALLEY MADE. OXI.Y 1-4 CASH. KT A ri.VT. HENRY HIEMENZ, JR., Oil Chestnut SI. IMI'llOVKIl CITY I'HOl'llRTY FOR SAI.C. IIANDSOMC set C and 7 rooms, near Sarah nnl OIIe; rent 1I.3S0: all occupied; will Klve bnrsaln. het of four: 4 and a fflras and bath; Talor a.t.i rent JTCS: price l,ron W. 1'. NEI.SOX. SOI Chestnut. MADISON Ft.. T037 Scven-roo-n brlclc house, with flnl.hl basement: lot Aiil-3: water and Kas: suitable for two families. MOftlEY MAKING! "Every large city lias one leading busi ness thoroughfare." New York Has Its Broadway, Chicago Its State Street. St. Louis Its Washington Ave. Property on these thoroughfares en hances STEADILY IX VALUE. Wc of fer the property fronting r0 feet on north side of Washington ave., -30 feet east of Eighteenth fit, for $-15,000. Will be considered cheap at $00,000 a year hence. If you follow the natural trend of growth and development In Real Es tate, i SAMUEL BOWMAN & CO., 701 Chestnut St. i $7,500 Twelve-room modern house, located on Delmar ave. northwest of Forest Tark; hardwood finish; two baths and all ether modem Improvements; lot 40x18-. For particulars address B 1W, Itt fubllo 10 Rooms Great Chance! 602S Horton place: will sell for les than cost of house: take part pay In smaller property; co-ft. lot; open. W. P. Ncl-on, M4 Chestnut it. WE ARK I5STJtl'CTI-0 TO bKhlt AT O.NCI- . . . 50 Feet on Washington Ave. Near rourtw..h Ft.. anl th pdlco Is th lownt on tho ftrcct; mntln exprcsly to lnur qulcjc ealc; don't Tall to secure this bargain; It will Make You Good, Quick Profit. Blackweidsr-Koibrook Rially Co., 107 North Seventh Street. SL'IIL'RDAX ritOI'EUTV FOR SAI.K. TEN acres of fire-clay land In Cheltenham; l:" per acre. .13 South Grand ate. PROrERTV OL'T OF CITY FOR SALE. UnATJMONT. Tex.: lots MxirO, outsldo city, south: one-half mile of oil well. Address Box 16S. West Halns. Ho. FORTY acres rich mineral land In lead belt of Southeast Missouri; further particulars, ad dress J. T., Cox 23, Irondale, Mo. LNI Coal, timber and oil; lO.Gon acres; or ulll form stock ccmpiny vlth four persons for iV.VO. 7. 203, i:ulic. OIL AND SULPHUR LAIRDS FOR SAI.B AT SULPHUR, LA., riticn yiso.oo rna aciu:. wmi- IX AM. Mll.i: OF GOOD OIL M'CLIa MIST realize: at oxce. J. R. DAVIS, Act. ., F. &. CO. EXF DUSON, XauSW. . FARMS FOR SALE. FAHM. 120 acres; 71 In cultivation, rest tim ber: three sprlncs. fine fruit; Mount Grove. Mo. Call or address Annie Sharp, 33 Broadway, East Ht. Louis. 111. ROANOKE Stock Farm fcr Sale Best situated stock farm In Denton County: 4.000 acres In solid body: 2.000 acres of the ery best black waxy land In Texas: l." acres In cultivation: xw.v.'J worth of Improvements; 300 acres In wheat made 23.000 buhla of wheat: 200 acres In oats made 13.000 bushels: la aeres In cotton aieraged one half bale per acre: 200 acres In com mada 40 bu.h ela per acre: 100 acres In millet made 14 tons per acre. Itcmalnd-r grazing patches and gardens. Both Denton and Marshall creeks run throuch this place and In addition there are four flowusir artesian wells, steam thrasher, harvesters anrt binders, mowers and plows, and general run of farm Implements all no with this farm at S3 par acre. J. W. Medlin. Roanoke. Tex. S3 cash. J5 monthly, buys 10-acre truck farm rdjoinlnc railroad town; 4-room house and out buildings; healthy location: enly $273; Inclose stamp. Robert Boram, Monteer, Mo. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. A bargain: 100-acre farm; well Improved; "mead ow and orchard: elegant ten-rocm house; threa hours west of ft. Louis on Wabash R. It.; make a fine summer horn. X 202, Republic. REAL ROTATE FOR LEASE. FACTORY for lease, for any manufacturing, storage and laundry. Lewis Koscnbaum. 2W7 jj. Broadway. ECRET SOCIETIES. KXIGIITS OF PYTHIatl. 4s AURORA LODGE. NO. l. K. OF P., meet at Debtor's Hail. Broadway and Kim. erery Friday. Work m rank of Knight May 21. ,, ,. , AI.'O. I'niKSTERBACII, C. C. II. Blackmore. K. or 11. - S. S3F .psun iialu iiifpoiini kodge:. Cry No. 2. K. of P. (J. A- it. Hall rrrjt m r-rfrr :" - oi . . . a. it i Jf' straet. maets eiery Friday evening 'lsltors alwa)s welcome A VL' zm IT r r Chis. C. rink. K. of It. & S. ?AfTI.n IIALK. ROIinltT II. COWAN. No. 131. K. of l. West Hall. Century riulldlre. Ninth and Ollte Stracts-On Mondlr. June 3. at R n. m. sham. Itn.l- na.s of Imri'irtance to all members Vl.Itlng Knlshts cordially Invited. W. J. GI.IINN, C. C Attest: Harry Itobertt. K. of It. & S. fc CASTI.H IIAKIa MONITOR I1DOR. lrf5-Vo- " K- ct ," meets In Century bulldln:;. ft Hall No. 1. eery ThurMiy evening. Wor ' In Page rank on Thursday, June 6, al third reading of by-lans. Visitors alwas wel come, members expected. GEO. O. K-3IPF. C. a W. J. Otto. K. of R. & S. CIIRVAKiEn tmr.E xr m ir rip" I. Castle hill In O M Veltnwa' Teinnle. hall No. 2. eighth floor. Regular meetlnzs everv Wednesdav evenlnr at R. o'clock sharp, nuslna.s of Importance Wedneaday even ing, June 5, 1.01. Vlsltlrr knights nlwajs wel Cllre. IlKltlHCK J. ORAV. aC. Alte-t: Louis W. Forgenfrel. K. of R. 8. Addres. 2553 Arsenal street. vcr6, COLUMBIA IXJDGn. NO. E. K. OF P.. meets every Tu-sdiy evening at 8 o'clock. lrCV Cft.tla Hall Cenfnrv tmtliilnr. fenth rtnnr. an. -" Hall Vo f Vt-l. an1 fill a .fraata Tuesday evening, work In rank of Esquire. Mem bars revested to be present. Visiting brothers welcome." Fmokcr. THO. W. SHAW, C. C. J. F. Dempsay. K. of R. . S. J CONTIDnNCR LODGE. NO. 121, K. Mf;! P.. maats every Thursday evening at 5Q Masonic Hall. Seventh and Market streets. ., ..Members expected to attend and visitors cordially Invlttd. - -. . ' " TRIAS, C. C. William Tabcr. K. o; R. ft S. DAMON LODGE. NO. 2t. K. Or P., meets every Wednefday evening nt Fra ternal building, nieventh and Franklin avnue. Hall No. 2. Work In rank of Knlcht. Members of the Senate will par atten tion Hy. Knamm. M. of W. visitors and mem bers are cordially Invited OKORGE A. FRET. C. f. Atteat: If. rt. Barmel, K. of R. 4 s , No. 2T13A Evans avenue. j. F1TFRI3 GREAT laODCE. NO. T.t. K. sr of p.. meets evary Wedned.iv avenirg at B3F S o'clock nt Howard's Hill. Thirtieth and P- Olive etreeta. Wednafdsv evfntn-. Msr 25 work In th rank of Knight ampllfled. All knlrhts fraternally Invited. - . -, , , i-giit v. rniTsciiLE, c. a w. A. Roberts, K. of S.-S. WIB2H GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO f2, Ijm meets every Friday evenlnr. Hall No. -..? a. tenth floor Centurv building. Ninth . vSer Jnd "re streets. Work In rank of pJ I'ga at next convention. Frldiy a.-.-. . M,r e1- An members expected. Vie CROWN. Itors cordially Invited. J. II. PARKER, C. C. Henry C. Fcott. K. of n. ft S. LAFATirrTB LODGE. NO. 123 K. OF SXyV.:. nV:'s Wednesday evening. April 10. 'JSq 1M1. Burlington building. No SI0 Olive 77 '". eighth reor Work In th rink of IkIJ'.!:ht: t- a .. RALPH W. ALLEN. C. C. Attest: FrM Horn. K. of R, ft S. fk MODOC LODGE. NO. 250. K. OF P.. S-Ti-k J5"'" ev,ry Siturrlay evanln at An'hor aHJF Hall, southwa.t corner ..effiaiion and Park .-"J. nvenues. Srall convention Friday even Irg. May 31. for Initiation of candidates. Mm-ler- are expaeted ond vllllrc hrotharx cordially Invited to ntttnd E. L. KUCITCMCIEIt. C. C. F. Morrlssey. K. of R. ft S. JJ FACIFIO LODGE. NO. VH. K. OF P.. rfJOr maats every Wednesday evening In Cen- S tury building. Ninth and Ollva streets. 7 Mambers expected. Vl'Ite-a rordlllly In- T,J''- r- ,. .. -- ,r " TCTTLE. C. C J. W. Campbell. K. of R. . S. & TARAGON LODGE. NO. S. K. OF P.. t. Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive. Streets. Nar. Tiiaaitar anV nt Piva Members and visitors cordlallr Invited. ....,. n j. Williams, c a Attest: Frank Johnson. K. of R. ft S. PREMIER LODGE, NO. 243, K. OF P. The next regular meetlnr Thursda- evenlng. June s. at Hall No. 1. Odd Kel lons building. Work In the rank of Parr. Cigars. Members and visitors cordially Invited. W. R. EIDSON. C, C. J. F. Wltte, K. of R. ft S. Jt RED CROSS LODGE. NO. .4. K. OF jajat meets every Wedneedar at Odd Fel- lows' Halt. Ninth and Olive streats. June 5. Work First rank. All knights r..'iy.,1!-. !' BEATT. C. C. II. W. L'eldlng. K. of R. & S. P.OYAL LOnnE NO. 233- K. CiV P-. .meets every Frldiv evening, hall No 3. w.111 1 eiiows' building, southeast comer Ninth and Dltve treefa.. All memhar expeciea. vieltors cordlsii- invited. n c f ,- .J- M" "ARTMANN, C. C C. S. Green. IC. of R. ft s. WALNUT I1DOE NO- MJ IT OF T M-r mets every Thursday even'ng at I o'clock Kq sharp at Druids' Hall, southeast comtr ' intn nnd Market streets, visitors cor dially lnvltad nd members expected. CI1AS II. COUURN, C. & W. J. IT Perkins. K. of n. ft S. O ZULEMA laODGB. No. 321. K. OF P.. ygJQr meets Monday evening. May 30. nt Hall pcf No. 1, ttnth flcor. Century building, at 7 p. m. Work In the rank of Knight. All members expected and visiting members cor dially Invited to attend. PAIT. REDAN. C. C. Attest: II. J. Conway. It of R. ft S. WABASH LODGE. No 21. K. OF P., will meet Tuaadiy. June 4, at Castle Hell, Broadway and Benton. VI. Iters nro welcome M. a SCIIITE, a C. F. 11. Sachlcben. K. of R. ft S. WASHINGTON LODOB. NO. 133. It 5fc f P.. meets Friday. May 31. at Maaonle mjgf Rail. Seventh and Market streat-. when a- ten will crriss the hot and sandy desert and be made Oriental Princes. - . - JOSEPH P. DUMMICH. C. C. Grant Luce. K. of R. ft H. AXCIEST ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. MAJESTIC LODGE. NO. 55. A O. U. V.. will hold a regu'ar meet ing Wednesday evening. May rj. at their hall. So. 3, northeast corner Eleventh and Locust. Workmen are cordlilly Invited. WM A. FKITSCHLE. M. W. F. W. Kretzer. Recorder. KXICIITS OF FATHER 3IATIIEW. SUPREME, COUNCIIa KNIGHTS of Father Mathew. ofPce No 1H3 Locust Street-Write, call or tele phone C IIJ lor printed matter. DANIEL O'C. TRACT. Supreme Chief Sir Knlgnt. Thos. s. Bowdern. Supreme Itecorder. 15DEPE5DE.VT ORDER ODD FELLOWS MECHANICS' LODGE. NO. flj""i ; ?' fv I!11 .V.5,T "r''lay evening - .i -iiuiuK. Huiuincrv corner K.'ev enth street ami Franklin avenue. Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend. Work In the le- "2!.r,Sr 75",r;- oA' J' MORRISON. N. O. George E. Croweil. Secretary. MISSOURI LODGE. NO. 1J. I. O. O. F.. meeu every first and third Irlday at 8 r. m.. in the Odd Fel- loas' Hall. Ninth and nllva mtrmtm Visitors are fraternally Invited. Second degree to-night. A. J. NICHOLAS, N. O. E. R. Tarllng. Recording Secretary. FRATERJIAL ORDER OF EAGLES. rfuW ST LOUIS AERIE, NO. 41. F. O. E.. Pi meeu every Thursday night and thai & first Sunday afternoon of each month. VJF VUlUng brethren welcome. Oser B- p- TAAFTE. W. P. M. w- M-inesn-T. w. -. RED HEX. illNNETONKA TRIBE. NO. O. IMPROVED Order Red Men, meeu tvtry Friday at Oruldr Hall, southeast corner Ninth and Market -trwta. Work In degree always on hand. Visitors cor dially Invited. Members expected to attend. MARLIN C1GRE. Sachem. T. P. Walker, a of B-. ZED Walnut st. IN i Place SECRET SOCIETIES. A3C1E.VI FREE A.1D ACCEPTED MASOJH. AURORA IJDGE. NO. 2C7. A. F. ft A. Jv-- M. Stated communication this (Friday! T,3T evening, at Union Ball. Broadway and ' r Ilenton street, at 8 o'clock. Work in M. M. degree. Members requested to attend. Visiting brethren fraternally invited. JOSEPH T. WRIGHT, W. M. Chas. H. Pellet, Secretary. A CORNKRSTONR LODGE. NO 223. A. F. ft A. M. Regular m-etlng Monday. P. rn.. June 2. 11. at Grerd Avenus Masonic Temcle. Gran1 anil Klnnev are- Itaa IW.-lr fn-n Yt 1 . t't-t... n- .. ' .,,.. , n ,j rf,. .... i-fi.- '. 1 I1IWI1 I'll- dially welcomed. J. 1. WILLIAMS. W. M. it. Vt t-mlth Secretary. A EIIWIN I1DGE. NO. 121, A. F. ft A. aavV- M. Extra meeting Friday, May 31. lJl. nt 7 ti. m.. at Grand Avenue Masonlo ' v Temple. Grand and Finney avenues. Work In F. C. Ilagrea. Membars requested and visitors fraternally invlt;d to att'nd. J. M. FREIORICII. W. M. George J. Heine, Secrttarj'. A GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. -fr S. A. F. ft A. M. will hold a stated communication at 8 o'clock on Tueday. ' May 28. at Masonic Temple. Grand and Finney Avenu-a. Work In the E. A. and F. C. degrees Membars are earnestly requested to at tend. Visitors are always welcome. W. L. LA UERGE. W. M. Henry Llhou. Secretary. A MISSOURI IjODGE. NO. 1. A. F. A A. .At. M. Stated communication at Corinthian wjf Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic Temple. r on Thursdiy. June 5. at 7:30 p. m. E. A. degree on s-veral candidates. Members nre re quested and visiting brethren fraternally Invited to attnd. THOS. A. HELL. W. M. John II. Deem., Secretary. MOOLAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. S.. v will hold ceremonial session on Friday. y Mar ri, at 7 o'clock p. m . at Grand Ave arnua Masonic Temple. Bring patltlons anl candidate. WM. DODD. Illustrious Potentate. John R. Parson. Recorder. A POLAR STAR LODGE. NO. 75. A. F. ft A. M.. will hold a stated communica tion this 1'rldav at S n. m.. In Doric Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic Temple. All Master Masons are cordially Invited to be rre-eni. vvoric in t.. a. cegree. FRED It. L. JONES, W. M. Edwin P. Ambler, Secretary. ROYAL ARCH MASO.V. A ST. LOUIS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. No. 8 fep-clal convocation at Grand Ave nue Masonic Templa this IFrlday) even ing nt 6-?) tv. m. Slated convocation nt 8. Roval Arch dagraa. visiting companions Invited. THOS. A. AUCKLAND. E. 11. P. Meaa- Ely. Secretary. ROVAL ARCASl'Sl. GRAND COUNCIL. JUSSOURI Roval Arcanum. 303-311 Holland building. A cordial welcome to vis itors, friends, brethran ar.d members from abroad. I.. 1. MEISER O R. JI1RE IIALDEMAN. Acting Grand Secretary. mirrvsT-irrn1 rriTrvrrr. vo ifti ls3 Ttnvnl Arennum. meets nrst and third Fridays cf each month at Howard's Rail. Garrison avenue and Olive street. Visit ors cordially welcomed and pleasantly enter-taln-d. C. M. IIANWAT. Recent. Burt Elder. Secreury. DEI-VIAR COUNCIL, NO. 934. ROTAL Arcanum, meats regularly on the second and fourth Mondava of each month at West End Hall. Finney and Vandeventer avenue. V!!tors ccrdl-lly welcomed and pleas antly entertained. GEO. W. J. KNIGHT. Regent W. R, Newman. Secretary. INDEPEXPEST ORDER FORESTERS. COURT COTE BRILLIANTE, NO. 933. I. O. f. Regular meetings first and third Mondays each month at northwest corner Twenty-second and Franklin avenue. 8 p. n. Visiting Foreters to uted. WORN a IIOLDORF. Chief Ranger. 230 Adama. A. J. Tentland. Secretary. 2727 Adams st. KMCIITS OF IIOOR. LAFAYETTE-LODGE. NO. 413. K. OF II.. meets first and third Fridays at 1W Chcnteau avenue. All Knights of Honor Invited to our meetings. JNO. It- WALU Dictator. 1226 South Fnurtrenfh .ii.n M. J. Kirn In. Reporter, 2223 St. Vincent ave. i)Aniunuiu, jajwvari. u. 301, K. 1 "i .. m--cia mat uiu iniru rriaays at fjacj Nlemeyer's Hall. northwest corner ,,.-. .'"J"" ''""' svieeis. All unignt. or Honor are Invited to all our me-tlngs. EMIL DIENY. Dictator. rt r. --... t .. -. . mi Ann avenue. B. F. Gottschalk. Reporter. 1323 Geyer avenue. NATIONAL C.MOl. LOOKOUT COUNCIL. NO. tn. NATIONAL Union, meeu first and third Friday, at 8 n m In Bowman's Hall, northeast corner laeventri and Locust street". Members are earnestly re quested to attend and visitors cordlallv invltet U. H. BUELTMANN, l-resldentl James J. Lynch. Secretary. Phone. Main 2I47A- MOUND CITY COUNCIL. NO 1H National Union, meets on second and ?.??.' n.a'l. corner Garrison avenue and Olive, stre-t. at o'clock. Nextregm.? ward for attendance?' r 2U " nJ Richard E. Bergcr, BrcStSr?""'- PrM,dtn, WOODMEJf OF THE WORLD. MOUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. 243 WOOO- men of the World, meets at Klckefs iiW jKJr stead ave. and North Market St., the first and third Friday of each month. Members expected and visitors cordially Invited to be present. e. -a- -. a. a- H.0CT0Jl . F. RICE, & a C. W. Tacke. Clerk. ROT AT. TRII1C OF JOSEPH. ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 7. ROYAL Tribe pf Joaeph-Regular meetlnr of this lodge will be held In Rail No 2 ftsd ia1'?.?,'' huJ'!!nf. Friday evening May 10. 1311. at 8 o'clock. All mn. requested to be pre-ent. Visitors welcome. tr r. n.,, , ' 5: BRADFORD. Patrlarch. W. D. Gillespie, Scribe. .MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE to Lolgea. Sncletlei and aubs-Besn-I fnl Hovce's Park and Picnic Grounds, at Okaw vllle. III., has a few more dates open for Julr and August. The park has th following attrac tions: Large lake, boating, fishing, two bowling alleys, (team merry-go-round, shooting gallery, baseball park and tina dancirg halL &7xl& feet! i5.-,h-opfn air' For UTms "if'- ' Wn. Boyce! M.V. no'lsrant ave.. or telephone D 403. and i will call and see you to secure a good date and nan terms. " INSPECTED CITY INSTITUTIONS. Delegates Visited the Poorhonse and Insane Asylum. Seventeen members of the House of Dele grates Inspected the Insane Ayluii and Poorhouso yesterday afternoon. The pur pose of the trip was to ascertain lr the In mates of the Institutions are sufterinir be cause the temporary appropriation bill is beitr htld up. The party consisted of Speakir Cronln and Delegates Sweeney Kelly, Stnnnard. Geraghty. Howard. Fon tana, Gazzolo, Rurlie. Buckley, Drennan Zachrltz, Hannifin. Kinney, Denny, "Wil liams, and Faulkner. Speaker Cronln and Delegates Sweeney and Kelly say they found everything 1 "excellent condition." The two Institutions they say. ar not overcrowded, furnishings and clothlnir are all that might be desired and the buildings are adequate. They ex press themselves as having been delighted with everything. "We went out there." raid Mr. Kelly, "to convince ourselves that Councilman Hodges made a misstatement when he said the in mates of the Poorhouse are suffering be cause the appropriation bill has not been passed. Wo don't propo3e to let-the Coun cil run us. The Democrats in the Council are letting the Republicans manage affairs for them, as none of them know anything about municipal affairs, except the Presl- 5?aa m TO CONTRACTORS. Office of the President Of the Board of Public Improvement.-, St. Louis, May 21. U0L Sealed proposal- for the public work here inafter mentioned v. ill be received at the olflce of the Hoard of Public Improvements, room 3W, New City Hall, until 1 o'clock in. of the 1STH DAY OF JUNE. 1501, at which lime they will be pjbllcly opened ar.d read, viz: letting No. 6M. For reconstructing Jef ferson avinu. from Junction with Went Jefferfon avenue to Adams street, by taking up and removing the old pavement ami curbing, preparing ground for the HUper--tructurc, furnishing and setting granite curbing on concrete foundation and tucked with concrete, laying a roadway pavement to consist of a raw of hydraulic cement concrete, a binder course, covered wltn a wearing surface, compos' d of a mixture of the best quality of rcflnol asphaltum. Known at Trinidad I-ik". Ilermud'-z or lluena Vista, heavy petroleum oil. Hand and pendered cartonatf of lime: making all proper connections and intersections with other streets and alleys; and to maintain In good condition -aid reconstructed street for a period ol nine years, commencing on j car after the work of reconstruction is completed and accepted. Deposit required, SKJ. liond for 12.11s must be given for the maintenance In addition to the bond for the reconstruction when contract is ex ecuted. letting Jo. GOT. For reconstructing Cas avenue from center line of Twenty-second street, running pouth of Cass avenue, to Jefferson avenue, by taking up and remov ing the old pavement and curbing, prepar ing ground for the superstructure, furnish ing and retting granite curbing on concrete foundation and backed with concrete, and laying a roadway pavement of the best quality of vitrified paving brick on a con crete base. Deposit required, KM. Letting No. 6-OS. For reconstructing Cher okee street from Jefferson avenue to Cali fornia avenue, by taking up and removing the old pavement and curbing, preparing ground for the Huperstructure, furnishing and setting granite curbing on concrete foundation and backed with concrete, and laving a roadway pavement of the best quality of vitrified paving brick on a con crete base. Deposit required, US. Letting No. CO. For reconstructing Chou teau avenue from Jefferson avenux to Compton avenue, running south of Chou teau avenue, by taking up and remov ing the old pavement and curbing, prepar ing ground for the superstructure, furnish ing and setting granite curbing on concrete foundation and backed with concrete, and laying a roadway pavement of the best quality of vitrified paving brick on a con crete base. Deposit required, $315. Letting No. SWO. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, southern north and south alley, fifteen feet wide, in city block No. 2-2. from Wash street northwardly to east and west alley In said block and between Seventh street and Eighth street. Deposit required, &. Letting No. VM. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete basi, east and west alley In city block No. 284. from-Nlnth street to Tenth street and between Geyer avenue and Em mett street. Deposit required, K9. Letting No. 6002. For reconstructing with best quality of itrifled paving brick on a concrete bae. alley in city block No. 418, from Fourteenth street to Seventeenth street and between Chouteau avenue and Papln street. Deposit required, J-SS". Letting No. 6003. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, northern east and west alley In city block No. 473. rrom Thirteenth street to Fourteenth street and about one hundred and twenty-live feet south of and parallel to Hickory street. Deposit required, tZt. Letting No. GSM. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley In city block No. 671, from Allen avenue to Geyer avenue and be tween Eleventh street and Twelfth street. Deposit required, ISC. Letting No. 6905. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete ba- alley In city block No. 680. from Iuell avenue to Allen avenue and between Eleventh street and Twelfth street Deposit required, fSS. letting No. &HH. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley in city block No. 778. from Eighth street to Ninth street and be tween Ann avenue and Russell avenue. Deposit required, JUT. Letting No. 6607. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley In city .block No. 910. from Twenty-first street Twenty-second street and between Olive street and Locust street. Deposit required, $121. Letting No. 6C0S. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley in city block No. $22, from Twenty-third street to Jefferson ave nue and between Chestnut street and Pine street. Deposit required, $113. Letting No. CC0. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley in city block No. 96, from Eighteenth street to Nineteenth street and between Franklin avenue and Wash street. Deposit required, $125. . Letting No. 6610. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley In city block No. SC4. from Twentieth street to Twenty-first street and between Wash street and Carr street Deposit required. $133. Letting No. 6611. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley in city block -W 1193, from Duchanan street to Angelrodt street ond between Ninth street and Eleventh street. Deposit required, $104. Letting No. 6612. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley In cltyl block No. 16M from Twenty-second street to Twenty-third street and between Division street and O'Falion street. Deposit required, $70. Letting No. 6612. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, north and south alley in city block No. 1S43. from Sheridan avenue north wardly to east anil west alley in sald'block and between Lefllngwell avenue and Glas gow avenue. Deposit required, $."i. Letting No. 6614. For reconstructing with best quality or vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, north and south alley In clty block No. 705. from Soulard street to Carroll street and between Kosciusko street and Second street. Deposit required, $M. Letting No. 6613. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete base, alley In city block No. 15S1 from Web-ter nvenuo to Easton avenue and between Sheridan avenue, Brantner place and Francis street. ' Deposit required. $218. Letting No. 6616. For reconstructing with best quality of vitrified paving brick on a concrete Imse. alley in city block No. 1067 from I'arnell street to Jefferson avenue and between Warren street and Montgomery Deposit required, $141. Sample of granite curbing will be on ex hibition In the Street CommissionlVs office Contractors will be required to use stone In their work equal In quality and dressing to said samples. " A separate proposal must be made for each letting on blank forms furnished bv the Board of Public Improvements J The risht to reject any and all proposals Is expressly reserved. "uj-ais Plan, rpcciflcatlons and fcrms of con tracts may be seen at the office of the Street Commissioner. e By order of the Board. IIIP.AM PHILLIPS. Attest: President WALLER EDWARDS. Secretary. riant TV. t.-tf -. . ..- . came from the Council. no were aeugnttd ard surprised with the excellent management. I had never boon In either institution before, and others of us had not, although we have been In the House for several years. Superintend ents Runge and Remmers are Republicans but they deserve credit for their sood flllaola Photographera. REPUBLIC 8PECIAL. Quincy, III.. May 20. The annual meetlnr. of Illinois photographers was completed here to-oay. une next meeting will be held at Peoria- Officers were elected as follows: President, H. Milton Wade of Quincy first vice president. Fred Lleberherr of Quincy: second vice president, F. H. Patch of Ruahvllle; treasurer, C- J. Vandeventer of Decatur; secretary. H. C, Miller of Peoria. Executive Board Victor George of Srringfleld and B, H. Mann of Virginia. Several prizes were awarded on photo graphs exhibited here during the meeting. Stariai Jeafcla-. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Tcxarkana, Ark., May 30. B. D. Storm of Harden. Mo., and Miss Bessie Jenkins of Richmond. Mo., were married here to-day by Judge P. G. Henry. The groom had pre ceded his bride by one month to Texarkana en account of a position that was awaiting him here. Miss Jenkins arrived yesterday from Richmond. PUBLIC NOTICE. Office of the President of the -j Board of Public Improvements. St. Louis. May 23. 190L Public notice is hereby given that ta Boinl of Public Improvements will hold a special meeting at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. on the UTH DAT OF JUNE, 1501. at their olflce. Room IW New City Hall, for the purpose of considering the matters Here inafter mentlora-d, to wit: No. 355.-.. Petition No. 7'72. For opening Madison street from Fifteenth street to Seventeenth street No. i'.Vl. Petition No. 7X0. For. opening alleys In City Block No. 1112. between Ar kansas avenuo. Van der Bunih avenue. Masnoll.- anue and 3!dn"y street. No. Sf7. Petition No. &7. For opening alleys in City liioek No. 3f7. between Old Mancheiter road the east line of said block. Talmage avenue, and the north line of aald block. No. 3,?. Petition No. VIA. For opening Lexington avenue from New stead -.venue to Taylor avcrue. No. 2Vi. Petition No. VtO. For openlnt; nl!-y In City Block No. 2737. between Ne braska avenue. Pennsylvania avenue, the south Iln- of said block, and Itaska street. No. X.!. Petition No. b'rZZ. For opening alley In City Block No. 4112. between New stead avenue, Taylor avenue, Kossuth ave nue and Lee avenue. No. 3551. Petition No. &KL For opening Glmblin street from Hall's Ferry road to Ne'Aby street No. 36--. Petition No. 8-WA. For opening alley In City Block No. 132. between Glas gow avenue. Garrison avenue, Sheridan ave nue and Cass avenue. No. 34TC. Petition No. 8037. For opening alley In City Block No. 2131. from California avenue to Nebraska avenue and between St. Vincent avenue and Park avenue. No. 3S5I. Board' Motion. For opening Shreve avenue from Natural Bridge road to Lee avenue. No. 3855. Board's Motion. For opening Dodler street from Spriar avenue to Prairie avenue. No. 1456. Board' Motion. For opening alleyi In City Block No. 23S3. between Spring avenue. Prairie avenue, St. Louli avenue and proposed DoSIer street. No. Xf!. Bo-ird's Motion. For opening alley In City Block No. 2338, from proposed Dodler treet to Sullivan avenue, and be tween Spring avenue and Prairie avenue. No. Saw. Board's Motion. Fcr opening alleys in City Block No. 225). between Grand avenue. Spring avenue, Sullivan avenue and Hebert strctt- No. 3S5". Board's Motion. For opening alley In City Block No. 22S6. between Grand avenue. Spring avenue, St. Louis avenue and Dodler street. No. -Wi. Board's Motion. For opening alleys in City Block No. 237. between Grand avenue. Spring avenue, Dodler street and Sullivan avenue. No. 3501. Board's Motion. For opening: alley in City Block No. 4j77A. from Sarah street to Whlttier street, and between Maryland avenue and McPherson avenue. No. 3502. Board's Motion. For openlmr alley in Citv Block No. 4877B. from Sarah street to Whlttier street, and between Lin dell boulevard and Maryland avenue. No. U'O. Board's Motion. For opening Ninth street, from Koeln avenue to Lotuh tcrough avenue. No. 6S04. Board's Jfotton. For openlmr Tenth street, from Poepplng street to Schlr mer street All citizen interested h rer of the mat ters above named are requested to attend. By order of the Board. Attest: HIRAM PHILLIPS- Pre-ldent. WALLER EDWARDS. Secretary. Opening of Alley in City Bloclr 3711 B. The following named persons and parties and all others who may be interested In the matter of the opening of an alley in City Block No. 3711B, under Ordinance No. 19230. are hereby notified that the City Comptroller has placed the special tax bills for said opening In my hands for collection, where they will remain sixty (60) days, and during which time they may be paid with out interest or additional costs. All such bills remaining unpaid on the 29th day of July, 1501. will near interest at the rate or six (6) per cent per annum and payment of same will be enforced by lejal proceedings. The snld special tax bills are against the following named persons and parties, viz: Adolph Hart, James Crawley. William Lennox. W. J. Thomson, Mathew W. Mulr, Nellie NefT (wife of Jesse MJ. John R. W'ebber, William Weber. Chas. Gerber, Jr., Otto Bollman. Nelson Cannon, Edna Can; non. Grace Boxley, Henry Luedlnghau. Thomas J. Clagett. Ella M. Clagett (Wal cott). Albert T. Terry. Caroline Btelnke meyer, Maggie Pope and Albert, her hus band. Primitive Baptist Church, Mlna HII mer et al.. Ellison Henderson. James M. Gettys. John W. Shepherd. Louis Steele. Lafayette D. Alexander, Frank X. Hack man. John May. Mary J. Smith (wife of J. B., and A- M. Gardner, trustee). Peter Gil lies, Johanna Wenneker (wife of Chas. F.).' Chas. W. Conaway, FrancU Noonan and Honora, "wife." L. F. HAMMER. JR., Collector of tho Revenue. St. Louis. May 25. 190L PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING ADVERTISEMENTS. Office Board of Education, St- Louis, May 29, 1901. Sealed proposals will be received at tne office of the Supply Commissioner. Board of Education of the City of St. Louis, until 2 p. m., TUESDAY. JUNE 4. 190L from publishers of newspapers printed in the city of St. Louis and having a uniform dally paid circulation of over five thousand (5,000) copies for such printing of advertise ments as may be required by said Board for and during a period commencing- Julr 1, 1501, and ending June 20. 1S02. The printing must conform to the follow ing: Size, character and name of type, non pareil; minimum length of line, twelve (12) pica ems; minimum width of column, thir teen (13) pica ems: character of the meas urement to be employed, nonpareil. Each advertisement to be published for fiver (3) consecutive da-3 In a conspicuous part of the paper. Sunday may be Included. All bids to be addressed to Wm. Bryan. Supply Commissioner of the Board of Edu cation, and marked "Proposals for Adver tisements." Bidders will be required to de posit with the Secretary and Treasurer a certified check or cash amounting to $100. who will Issue a certificate therefor. Cer tificate to he placed In the envelope and deposited with the bid. to be returned after awards are made. A bond of $1,000 for the faithful fulfillment of contract will be required. No bid re ceived can bo withdrawn prior to the closs of the regular meeting of the Board of Ed ucation. ELKS OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY. Graves of Departed Members Dec orated With Flowers. The Elks lodges of St. Louis observed Memorial Day by decorating the graves of brother members burled In Bellefontalne Cemetery. The Elks assembled at 2 o'clock in the lodgerooms In the Holland building and departed for the cemetery- in a special car. The exercises at the graves were simple.cor.sistlng of ritualistic services and music by the Elksf quartet. Among the graves decorated with beau tiful flowers were those of Colonel Lew A. Clarke. Brltton A. Hill. Thomas a Noxon. William C. Mitchell. Leon Blum. John W. Norton. John A. Cockerlll, Aloys Frer. -John F. Gibbons and J. W. Dilliard. Killed by a Trala. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Quincy, III., May 20. Hugh Littleton, aged SO, was Instantly killed by a C, B & Q. passenger train this evenlnr. De ceased was In a wagon with bis son. Ed ward, and Miss Laura Brownlee. They were) " crossing the track one-hair mile this sldeflC1 " Loralne. when the train crashed Into therm Miss Brownlee Is fatally Injured. Tm younger Littleton Is also badly Injured. - "as" r j Fn-mer Killed. - 2L REPUBLIC SPECIAL. ' -UJ Llnneus, Mo.. May 30. James HoucJfc '" ' well-known farmer, was killed east of town to-day by his wagon falling oft a bridse. His wife and daughter, who were also In the wagon, were not injured. ' Illinois Eps-orth Leagaca BEIITBUC SPECIAL. - Nashville. IIL. May 30. The MurphysbOsV District Epworth League Conference of th M. E. Church. South, was In session her to-day. It was voted to hold the next con ference at Baldwin. III. - - Aa Overdose of Morsfclaca ' - REPUBLIC SPECIAL. " "" Fort Worth. Tex.. Mav 20. Ernest Barter ucu av. -or jtuib a -jus anu -iicusc ploye. took an overdore of morphia evening and died. "a-i t . s L A ."-! t faB-B f -riL?i r .-r2.tn..tA-.r.tr ,t. ---fH----lfe-l ...,.. glilg&:&.g