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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1902.
11 f . V N (i W ! H 5 rooms roil nnT. ALL aealriSB single room, well fumlsh'd End hcatid. for $1 Jj per week up. strictly llrst-clan Wluto Route. sou-Invest oorntT runth aoJ ting HELL Ave SIT-I.arg neconj floor rujin, w'th fc-ar.l for to adults, with fjrnace heat ana all conveniences, terms rcconablr K1U.L Ave . Eo)J-Nevl furnished ruoi. single o- tonne Log. for centlemcn ir couple, hot bath. ran lunjee bent. to cat lines BitOADWAI. 3.1 S Mce from toom for tw J-nis or UOJi"keejmis, ntw ..i. i..w.... UItOvtW VI. 1'5 ana 107 X -l-i lj )9fn 2uc. ten iocn The lift ten ruoms. ii"C rer aa H1IOAIIWA1, ZC1 o .eiy jurms'ievj n-.... room, complete for l'Rht hoU'eteeilrs. rospect ablrt cojiI only, reasonable. CUtl'.OLL M 1JSI Nt"vlr lurnlircd rw-i. wmlltta for llslit liousi keeping. al front room, southern xposure. for g-rtenen cr C6apl. re1 rcial 14. CAS3 A-. 2S13-On- furrlnhtJ rocm fr, '" tl-men or light housekeeplrg; gas. Oath, 'aun- o , ClirsTMT fct lllH Nally fumlsl-1 1S' en I innll rvoms. for Ktrllemn. all conveniences. It-Heon-ibl f HOI TFATJ Ave , llU-rum'-hei roonl !oT light housekeeping 11 M hall room jl -4 CHOITCAL Ave 1J1S-MC-, clean jl"-"-! centlernen or llsht houek.erlris.;: and 12 0 IIOUTIVllvTlW--l'-lF run-ls'eJ front room, complete for huuekeep 3s. J- -. '- room, si .v. r.ur Lnion station. CllOCTEAU Ave. lSl-T-o rl ely furnlsl-wl connective roon-a. alto Email room jtu- only, -il, bath. Gerir-in private family CHOUTEAU Ave. KuC S-Lovly fumleVl looms for two sellerr:i. alio other conrectm-f rooms hou--!erpl-rnll JHChouteUJ!.v. e'HOLTLAl Ave. 14 6 12-14 and 1-13J-Ttooma fur ileht houeekepng. furnish'.!. 51 - to J3 uifurnftheu c to t: connecting rucms If Seeing cb-ter. lull Cnouteau axe. "COHPTOS Ate 10:: N Mcely furnl'heJ ccn- ,'otlne room for light hounekeeping with stoves ar.4 all conveniences, Ijt. prices nn.MMt F! ulsn-J 4-17A te-y i3-"!ribl seeund rtorjr rcwrn in trtctl p-Ivats far-ill), lur uti hen. lath, rents or Udh-s e np'oyeil real T'lCKSuN tit iwt-i-onf jrttble fi-r--!FheI f 'it room m lern cunt e-l-Qt.es aulta-Ie lor t0. SS t-r vvecit " GABTON Av Ml XUelj furrls'iea roam 'or llht housekeeping: nice 10vtll-n, pr a.e, reasonable rASTOII Ave. JOIJ X'ely tumli.'-e-l, plea-'ant room, fo- 11-iht houseke'p 111, with coi-k stove, I' a month- ""ELEVENTH St , Hl i Neatly furn'sfea front rooms eultable for -.entltrifn. also con retUcg for light ho-iseneerlng it to ,u riNKCl Ave . IT.l . il) furnished roonia for gentlemen at ery rtason-ble rutts, corvenlmt 10 fcood board. TOH cjmfcrtable. steam hi-ted rooms at mod erats rrlcm lj diy o- weeK apply at Hotel Haltlmoro t-11 tentl and Market et IXiIt one cr tvo eentlemen. large front tltov room, nl-elv fuml-ihed an 1 -well heate-1 wlt't private famllv convenient to cars, references exchang-d X U Itepub.tc. "VrANKUN Ave, Z'O Mcely 'j-nlshed front rocm fcr gentlemen; all convenience?! FRAM-.MN Ave '. r"l nandor- r'-vlv pal-red. novrly fm-nlehei rO"m. all frrnt room-. ngle r conrrcllng. ras. latn. Jl M a week up -GAMI1M! StT :! ram!h-l font room f r houjekaeplng or gentlemen hot bath, cas laun dri OKlimOS Ave 11 N Neatly fu-n!h-J f-ivni 1lwr I right ro mi aJltible for g-ntlemen ir light nous kstiirt. all convenlancos. southern exr'iure . HICKOItY . lSSS Veatl furnished back par lor suitable for two gentle-nen. also nice F-ccnd-roor room, modern conversances, reasonab'e. JEFTIinSON We., MBA N Tvvo nlca'v fur c'shfd front connctlng rooms. K 5J and 81 il ' JErrrltOV Avelrl S . Near Mark-it St Nh -l furnished room for ladlea or couple, -lira. Mejer. . JEFrTrifOV Ave. 23 9. Near aar Ave Mielj fumlihed rooms for gentl'men cr couple. v r reasouable "TT-kUL-CDnrAve . roSA-Comfortable seven room rat all conveniences, terms reasonable, re.er- encea. "JLAIVTOV A-. e . E(C1 One nlcel fumlsn-d room In private famll. , t . i"r-nv a. a -fv.Tlirlo-ht. hack Tiarlor. with " sP -Allido-v; nlJely furnished, all conveniences, jason.ibIe UAV,TO:c Ave S"11 rl'asant. sunny front r-vinn foutern mil east, rr exposure, otatly fjmlshed. ever convenience. I.ATVTO V Av e . SOU Two nlc- unfurnished rooms aid smnll kitchen, southarn x-oiUro: rlco for small family: rent 1). "hMVTOX Ave ElOJ Nicely furnl-hed front room. econd floor: furnace heat: hot bath; home cooking, all conveniences. JIM per viecv. I.AtVW.N Ave. 8005 Large, ricelv furnl'hrd fecond ftorv front room with fine clos-t. com ;lt fr light housekeeping, running water; cook stove. m T?r,v,tTv .. eis rr fVnr V.'fliMneton) s ond story frcrt; alo rear rooms; n-.t bath, ras. furnnca, j: to JS.W wee. I.O'I'ST 8t. 111S Thlrd-loor bac't room, fur 1 see. gas and fci bath, plenty T light. IOCUST ISlf Nicely furnished parlor bedroom. vlh nil ronvenlncs. sjltable for gentleman or n-iple reasonable llrt ST St SU (Next to Et Nicholas Hotel) I' 1 ms for R-nlIemen hot and cold filtered 1 h'M electric light, furnace heat: cheap rent. J j CLST St,. ISI9 Hl-cant sfcond-'tory room. -nljjtlo for one or two trentlernsnj hot and cola ater In room, furnaca heat; hot ba.Ui gaa, etc. IrTT Ft , 211 IIouekerplnK room, water t rc-rm Iwr pantry, all convent eacss; also 11 room, cna largft tlBepInj ro&m; furnace 1 nt . L ' AS 2113 Larse. nlclr furnlsh'a tblrflflror r ont coirplete for If ht houekeei;iB: i other r )i)mi t.rn reasonable I T'CA Z2 Nicely furn'shefl conl Btory f-o-t for t'no BenUemn: all moilern ccnen- 1 pc a. furna a hat, hotJbath and gaB. I tCAS Aie 418 The Inn) RooTia nichtly, l&o to 2Zr nakl. Jl to ;i &0; bathi free; Just owfl a-'l eerythlid nw and Brs.clas. Ae, 121B Two natly fumlslva lit floor; light touFeneeplag. f it ta"lors. MISMIPPI Ae-. 1718 Thr brlgM rooma, mlshed for housoKeepIng. Z. MISSJS1I n Ave. 1214 Two cornctlnj? front t m c mpltta for bouiekeeptnc; vicinity Lafay ette Park. MORGAN' S 725 Nicely furnlshd room! rnti?men or housekee?!.?! all cnvcnlencus, ;i 23 ui" ard MOTIOAW Kt . 410C Kewly furnlshd rooms; fumac hat. hot bath; also oonecUcr rooma for four (centleiren. JIOIWMS at,, 2R11 N'atly furnished attloroom, furnlfched ind firranpe-1 for en or two rentle rrtn aell llglttel. cry reasonable, MORGAN St.. SS-IT-PrUate family baa nlca rjtl ern xpcei room to spare, hot bath, beat; tultfeble for cue cr two; rent cheap MOROAN St . BWNloe1y furnWiM Ffcond floor front room, also t-naller room; southern fx. I0Lrc. tlnKle cr en jlt; prtate famlli. gents. NINTH StT2X39 ElegrlnUy furni.ed7rcnt rocm. sctlfrn -xrou e, eultable for two gen tlimen; rwanatle termw. NORTH MARKET fat.. Dished froit rcoma. C2J Two nicely fur- NORTH MARKCT Ft . 4444A Pcond-tory front room to single gentlemen; private family, ternui to Ult, OITVB Et,. 1807 Larce frort room: alio ether rocrrn Jl u. OUlE St. 271& Small fiJnlsed room; south ern exposure. OLIVB St.. K0& lnr front room for man end wife cr slngla sents Ot.IVE St. HV I!gbt hoinkeepina; rooms, dJ9o room for gentleman. reasonable OTjIVC St., 2221 Neay furnished rooms for housfkMpIng;. with cook toes. also rooms for tents x . nuME 5t ic irfirir rfom nai r;ocr. n:ciy urnlslied. with two beds, for two or three jea- UI'll lt(IVi IWIIIB OL.IVI2 RL. 210C Hand-omalv furnished rooms for gentlemen or man and wife; hct bath; all convenience, fine location OIAVE Et, 212ft-Rack rarlor anl thlrd-foor front, suitable for three or four tents, hot bath; furoae heat. TVelabach llcht "OI.IVK Et. 3127 N-wly and"neatlyfurnlshed rooms for rentlemen or couples, by day or -Reek; all conenlencea, terms reasonable OLIVE Et 273ft rewly furnished front parlor; toe, beat and all conveniences; Rntlemn only; terms reaaonatle to permanent people "OLIVE qt . 2127 rmnt and connecting room either alnrl or en suite, for hou-k-,p.-c; all modem convenience; h&t bath, pas etc OLIVE St., 2S23 NeTiIy and elegantly fur nished rooms for prntlemen, cr will arm nee for housekeeping if deared. gas, bath and heat OLIVE K. 2Z2A NIrely fjrnlshed Haht rooms, routl.ern exposure, suitable fcr two fnt'ema or ladles employed, hot and cold bath, furnac. "OIAVE fit . J92A Beautifully furnished room; all modern conveniences, furnace hen: for couple er two gentleman; references required. OLIVE St . &212-Nlcly furnished rcond floor front and other roorna also unfurnlnhid rooms, with all conveniences at reasonable price. OLIVE fat. 434 Elegant new modern hous: beautifully furnished rooms; furnace, gas. hot and cold bath, llph, desirable location; fresh air. "OLIVH St.. SS09 Newly and nicely fumlehed flrt and second floor fronts, and other roms, with all modern conveniences; well heated, gas and batlu TAGE poulvard. 8S2S Newly famished, far-nare-hrated rooms, large closet; second floor; all conveniences; private famllv. PAGE Boulevard. 261 1 Handsome rooms, nar Ornisd, furnlehed or unfurnished; furnace heat, hot bath; modern con ven lenses. "PARK Ave., 1809 Newly furnished two ecoid floor front rooma, suitable for eentlemen or couple; In private family; southern exposure; convenient. TAP1N St, H27 Very nicely furnished front room, with use of kitchen. "PINE St., S31S Single and connectlnff rooms. furnished oampltte fur light housekeeping:. ROOMS TOR 11CNT. PINF St., 33511 furnished scond to-y frcnt 100m, two gentlemen or coup'e, ail con-vt-nltnce 1'INE M. SIS Elegantly fumls. -d ri ws, ittani heat elt-ctric list, el- at r aid t -pnune s-.vlfe fwr c-t't in, o ,I "T'je" fct Z''rm Siuti.Kt ( o-n"r Uaim &u 1 n room, r'lindaonn.Iy f jrnlsia-ii, set-unJ fuj , rar bath, furnace heat J'INL frt , 2-2rf Nicelj fum1 d lar?e rooi. J2 ni wek alaj rail roLin $1) week, lot Lth. furnaco heat. ery ojn?nl-rce IU St 31r Mc- li-s- ro.s furnliV-l complete for IIkI 1 h )ueeplnc. lth ue of rarlT -.u ; uro furnace h-at, ht t)atb PINE Sr il ppa itlfu! bJKMt ro-i vvl'h ta window suitablo for two t,ertlem-n ui vale family, furnai 9 hat, evtrv ctiv enlence PINE 5t . Vortheaat Co-nrr Thirteenth Tha Ptnrlre Nlcelv furn'Led well heated rvoms Jl and up. bj trt? daj or weu, tlt-cul" 1 ffh'i. UEriNED rrldule accd busm sa man to room and !&rd rood 1 ome for right gtntleman 2 4JIleput 11 SHLItTlAN Ave , 2SJ1 . -econd ttory ont room ntatlj f-'-'lsrcJ 'or light hous&-epi"g. mwtatle bivrfl dt 517 V Cozy house, rt-ctntly ope-.ed. evcrvtllns; new room" lie, 2jc, 2c. 51 an-, up per wetK, beds lt . free lath ST .GK Ave. 1U1A Room, furnl-bed fr llgnt hou&et.ktyl! g, next to bath. bwond 'co- hTrERDIVAND Ave" cri-Large fu-nl-ned frcnt ruoii for llaht hjusjvt-eplcg or tvo gen tlemen, ' per month AL"XT St, 27'0 Mwt.lv furnished front tn. lacc penors. single cr t tJlte, ft-r g-nt-s cr couples UAI-NLTFt 2S9 Two twa-tUnl corne-tlnq parlors, sul'alle fcr four 301 n men, or cuuj ft, strgle or .n uit "HINGTtV Ave 1516-Vlc parlcr. ajltahl for two or tour feeit-. mall rewna Jl 2s, v.lth Ere WASHINGTON Ave, IC27-Secccid loor rro"t; tMrd foor front, tvo Email rcor., vn room for hOLfekeepirg " ASHINGTON Ave. 2223 Two' -IeEartlrfur r fhed front roorra all r-oderu convenlcrce. iitt and told water WASHINGTON Ave. 1125 Nloaiy frnl-hed front ard Iwck rooir1 for one cr mora gent. men, 7 cents per v ee c VAhFIINGTON Ave 2-r-M ely fumlMt-d c-crnd btory fro-t and com siting non, cumiiet for ltrht hcusekei In? very desirable, all ccn- oJo'-cfs, gas time, etc ROOMS AMTII HORI. DFLL A;, 2C---NlceIj furnished f-rnt rcom. for sntlr3n or light houateiin, priv.leg of Iu"(irj. very reaonab!e RENTON bt 1131 Vm or'atle rocrs In pr' vuo 'arnlv no chlllren hom-I k nnd i Btrvlce. all c nvejifm.s, ladlta vr eentlemen, board if dElred ilPOAUvAl 12 -Nlcely fjr"i'hed roor-s. with boa-d. If dtslred. all coni nca. iea-c-n-abl rates BROOrCLTN Et 10H Nel furn c' ed fr nt rorn ft- one or two EentlaTn, all coaven'encea. prlvat" fa nil; board If dlrd. tVK We, 3fC M c'y fumlahed -ectnd-etorv ro nis, with fl:t ciasa board, modern ccn ven encf roOIC Ave. 3?47 NioUy farnlhad &econl fumace heat, bath; o-v rnorv flrt-cli3 board. rates reatonab e t OOIC ve 'n3 Nicelj fu--:'n'id scend Ftory rooms, bdth beat nil conveniences, flnst- cls bard, ra'ts reafionabl" DEL1I R Boulevard 317 Stccrd ocr rocm. Itb boara, t6"nis rensonabie. DELMR Boulev-ird 2710 Mclv furnli'-d roomfl, seord floor, govd tab'e, ev--j corv nlerco DELMAR Ave W Brlsht, warm, handscme ly furnllid room with board, excel;. -t tabi; evry cemfo-t IELMAR Bouleiard i" - Elegpnt c3. o-y front or tulte also singitj room. $2). boa'U, g n-tle-cen or cojple IELMAR Bojlevard CSGS Vicflv fuir'si-d ffecond story rooms. rrrt-Iass board. priva famSIj , no-Je-n ccnvcnlance EVAN3 Av. 2JCA Mcvl fjrnJ-h-l wana rocma, goo-I board, prlvat- familj . J3 weekly FINNEY Ave.. 2"04 Neatly furnished reend tory rooms, hot bath furnuce hat. good tab board; raUo reasonable FINNEY Avs. 4479A Vilely fudh-5 fr nt room, with or without boaS, alo ra'l rom, Sas and bath; In widow's home, to cri dren GARRISON Ave , 71S N Lfl'-ge front ro-iri with beard, well hated, hot balh; first-class lo cation GARRISON Ave.. 1CA N Nl-ely fuml-h d pom, with cr without beard; i'earn h"at and all ccrrvenlencf GRATTAN St, lllg Nea'Iy furr'hed flrt foor front room; with or without tKiard pMvate f amllj , gentlemen or couple all cenveniencea. IjATTON" Ave. 2521 0 wt. eicll"nt biard. large. mny. "irnd tory front room for two ho bith, gar. rat. own c3e IAWTO.V Ave S31 Warm, e end floor fmit m ni nwly fumUhei, funic', gas, bet bath, lt beard sp-c'al ratQ" to r-nt3 rferrcrs LAW TON ve, 2K3 Corner Gmnl Avo, Oppo site JeTeron Club) Beautiful, surryrocrrs with flrst-claia board and all convenlfncta, reajon abe LTNDBLIi Boulevnrd 23CS Second sto-v f"tmt ard ccTrv!rir rion. elegantly furnlshel, flrst cla5 beard; in small amll. I-OCUST 1424 Hoar 3 and rooms; furnace heat; daj boarders acccmmodatPd LOCUST St 314 Newly fu-nlhed rooms, flrst clat" board mod rn. convenience; LOCtST St, 23 Tirst cla"s room with boarl; gool location, all oonvenienca ra"-nnt ! LOrT'ST St 2212 FIrt and scod floor f-ont rooms. vlJj good beard, home conveniences, LOCUST St . 2XJ2 Natlj " furnished FeccnJ strrv front room, with board, ctfcT rcoms, hot bath LOCUST St. 2113 First-class nc"ommdatIon to roomers and boaiders gas furnace heat, hot bath, fine location LOCUST St 22-02. The Cambria W III snow dslrnhl rooms and board, tranIerts and diy boarders accommodated IOCU5T St. 2S2 Large, well fuml'hcd rooms flr?t-clas board and all conveniences, special rate to families and gen'Iemen. "phmo C 7? LUCAS Avo C213 NeatW furrlfhed, heated pvn, with eicellTt board. K5 f-r two LT'CAS vc 2527 Nicely fur"Ibd F-co-'d floor frcnt. rojthr'm exroaure and flrt-claps boa-d, all conveniences, termj reasciabla MANCHETTTt Ave ,"4510 Tto nice front f ui'shed room, bath and zaa . for rntlemen or rran and wife, with or without brnrd McPHFRON Ave, 40, NearSarVi sT Nice furnished ronm, gool table; termi reason able rrlvat fnmlly MIDPLE-AGED lady with vars of TperInc9 with children wojld board Infant or uud, good home W 2C8, Republic. "MORGAN St. IT23 Tnlrd srv frotnrdron nectlnff room, furrlehed; superior table, st2-n at, etc MORGAN. 3 Nl-ely furrlsbed revnns. with fr't-clar meals mooern equlninenta, for eoupl cr gents, references csefcangei MORGAN St, 4 -C Three rlcely fumlsneJl-ec-on 1 torj frcrt end connecting rooms, with or wl'hout board, all convenlerc OLTVB ct . 2911 Nfeitly furnisned room, with borrd and furrnce heat rnte reaonbl OLIVE St . 1325-2" Good heme cook'nr; nl-e rooms; terms reasonable Selover A Russell. OLIE St, ZMZ Elegant rooms anl board, hct and cold water In every room, tlpbpne eleo trlc llghtg Al eriee Phor Lin -1I2A. PAGE Boulevard. S1C3 Second floo frort rom, with board; southern et.poure; single or en suite; terms r"aonabI PAGE B3uleard. 2-MA Dlrable room and board In private familj modern boue. all con veniences, rates rcaponable PARK Ave . 23C Rnrt-n anl b--nM f-r gcn'le mn; private family; terms reayonabl PINE St.. 222-BoautIfulIy furnished room, sultntle for two; also hall room, good bard furnace heat. PINE St, 2731-Chrttian bearding bous-; nice deslnble rooma and excellent table service rea orable rate. TJVD St 3423-BeautICil rooms, front ard back, with first clas board, fun-ace heat, every convenience; very reasonable PINE St.. 2S3S Near G-ind Av- Benutlfnl second-story front rocm, with flrst-class beard: furnace heat; every cony-nlerce PINE St.. 2S2T Large aiooiid--;ory frort room, elegantly furnished with frst-class board; hot and cold bath, all converlences PINE Ft, 2520. Near a-end Av Beautiful, furnished room?, with flrst-c'aM board; furnace rcat. gas hot bath; every convenience, rcas POOM and board with private family frr coupl or gentUrren. houe modern, newly fur nished e1ectrlc lirhts, te'ephnne. excellent serv ice Wet Pnd F 43 Republic. 9L1SBURY t.. S10-Neatly furnished room for one or two ge-tlcTen. all ooivenUnces, pri vate family. Board If d"!red. SLATTr3RT St. 2717 Neatly furnl-ie3 fnTnt room; southern exposure for one ard two gentle men; all conveniences, private family; beard if derlred SPRING Ave. 723 N. fopp Vandeventer riace) Handsome Fcond storj front room; with firet-clftps board, all convenlenc THRE1J camp cooks, two camp blacksmiths, teamsters: nar city, man for private place Koenlge Labor Agency,. C12 alnut, V.ASHINOTON Boulevard 4721A Nicely fnr nlhed room with board; steam beat; private familj. WASHINGTON Ave 2220 (Te Bench) Nictly furnished rooms and flrt-cla?s family board or fo gentlemen. WASHINGTON Ave S21S-ComfortabIe rooms with board, suitable for couple or gentlemen, t-nvelers accommodated; reasonable WASHINGTON Ave . 8402 Beautiful, large, rccond floor front and other rooms, also one unfurnished room, with first-claw board. WASHINGTON Ave. 21(rt (The Alta Vista) Beautfrul rooms on third floor, with flrst-cla. board; hot bath, etc; best-heated bouse in city. "WASHINGTON Ave. SHO-Elegantly furnlsnM econd story front and other rooms, with fin claes board; hot bath; furnace heat; terms moderate rooms with nonu. V7AGONER Tl&c Private family would 11-S , tref gentlemen b arders with references; rea- sora de Z 11 Republic x t rnr.l.i.T: iiar 4 iiiTi !. n front ruorn. f-rn!hi,d rr unmtnfd w th gr 1 board IST IIEU i: Place 3310 Rooms, with or v Itruut bonrd tor (-"itlemcn or ladies einplojed, prire inoueite I STiTELLS I'lac TrO-Two nl ely ur ri d o ,nectm rocma first-clja board, mod e- c nvtnlences,, teajnab'e WFT BELLE Place 412Mli!autIfil se'onl lo- frrnt also rnd story ba k iwtn, sjuth-e-n exp pure first tla l,oaTd nnd rle A ST 1 FLLE Place ".' Mclv furnlhel tMd Sccr front rom. fnifiaio h at. modern boure beard If deJrM emplyjel jreferrej "tt 1 ST BELLr PHoe 4W r Ij.art eef-o-'J-flr- front ard conr-ctln rooms ( ithin ex I-o ro f !o thirl fljor roorrs rlrst-clas boarl VvFTMlNSTMt Plnce 42H-Luse ee crd T'oor frort Ovthem expi ur hot-water lieat, al'o gas r.rate, good board nca roomm vu:s i a-ti:d. GrNTT-rTMAV want roommate In nVe Tim roori. with ilrat class board, at rearo lable prices 227 Lwa ave ( r c, la 1 ttantp voury Indy roommnt one errnlov-'d in rlc 1 trs" nvirm rocm wlt firiit cl s b ard, at Jl ) per weeit 2327 Lticni iroLsns, rooms, i:tc, ianti;:i. W "furp1hd roon. with acove within f ur NorK! cf I ampten ard Laclede T C M l'Ji J'jptn t MVifiT. t. rt-,. . -. . , i -, . y, St.un cjup e IC 40 Repub la KOOM- AU ItOMtU AXA.TIH). GrVTLEMW" wishes board In rrlvate Ger man fan.ll . sta'e price N 43 Republic UOOM WNT1 I Two bu-tn-s men wish ilnrle rc.n"", bet wnter or Fteani beat, all con-vf-r'nces ro b ard-, best rtfeiencej C 4. R- pui i TV0 joung coup'es r,-e board cr boarl and lod, n with a tiernjtn. Jewish, familj T R'pub.ic TOlQ ladv emplojcd v ant room or bonrd I" f-m j In viclrliv of Granl I.jcus and Jef I !(- mut te reaoralle fc Ai Republic "iOT'NG lad drFlr" room nr-i board in prlwe fan 'lj reighborhcol preferred dd'fccs Mi-s A Item ncl HU La bajle st io i,i:t roit mrs rrui'oscs. A MOST deIrab e location In Wahini-ton rve . eet rf Fe th t Vt.r rhap sulatlp for 1 ' i p" 'tcturi-g or b i-ln-" A 4o R publlt. iil -t 21 s ut 1 loor and lito r in. in rear, s-Itallo f r b ll'ard jarur X'OIt Ili:T al III III! " PRFi:ilT . SH FNTEFN ncrca ni- Olive t e-t tfco plave ir- dal-, rou ti r garner L-o. Ui Frarklln. open till 9 p m road, jua Ldik Art 3IOM2V 'IO I.O . On XlenI Katate. MONET to loan In sums to salt on real -at coIla'ral Adam tber, 2 In ave Crt c ns 11 I rank- MONEY to Lcan-SS'X'?, U S00 li'V. "M, 1 - J" i1Sa tlu-J on ci revl f tate Phoi e: Klnlo-h D 2431. P J Cavaraugh. MOMT to Lon-$i rry a ;m j orv 53 W. 52 r ttZXt J2 'j" Jl 500 5! V9 on cltv rel e UtePLone Wloch D 2U1 P J Cavanau.li. On PeMOAcl Property. MONET to loan on furniture pWnos and nil good Fecurltles. lowet rates in tte city 1j1-e-ss strlctl conldntlal, tat ls79 10-Ji il&rgau. A PRI ATE partv loana money nn rurnUure easy parjenta, ccnfllert al and proper treat rr:t JQ1 Cherrpal bUa n6 E .htn and Ol.vo. A GENTLEMAN ha Ing surp us fu"ds will ad-vtnf-e "ne -n ft. rapture, pianos ard to p--nan-n: eala-Ied emtlcjes. &.2 Bn 1st bJlid ng, 2-2 N Ninth 1AA13 en pergonal securl'y. furniture, etc., at R rr ccr corf erltM fair tr-atTnent ana fair terms Room 11 Urlcn TrJt build ng " "'UrilAMCS "FINANCE CO loans mon en fu-vture. pianos, ewing machines ranee hon-es wacons, gooda never rmuv d, low -t -t EmilU bubding, S-jI Olive st , room 20J Pbne ICInl ch C 23''3 VON1" loaned salar"ed people without eeurl t lowest rate repamenta eas D-ai.e, j2 tf (Ver"rnl building MOUND CITY FINANCE CO advanre mon-v on alries pianos and furnltur; conlde-tlal all the tire you want, 402 Penoln building. Ninth and I'ine ioiiY! mm EAET-PATlfENT LOANS OV PIA?.n5 IIOU'iE. HOLD GOOU-. OR ANT GOOD '-Frr HIT "We will mai- jou the CHf-lPEST UO" In thf clt on our new BLI1.DINO A -DO VTIGV nAN 7MC1 "ji e aslest PI.4V In thi -rorM 3he PAYMENTS can b arrancM ihat iiv can repay thf In In ay 'WEEKL.T. SIOVTlt L.T or 1 EARlT parments Our n.AX epab'e sou to rpiy your account wlt'iout anv trouble or lncon anient, tn vnur-lf Tlf-MEMBER. OOODS ARE NEVER RE MO'. ED We will irte yon AM. THE TIME jrn wnnt and Wll carry jour LOAM ni lo-s a 3e-Ird "VVe will pay ai; jcir bPIs anj Mrar . vnu rror menej. It Is ealr to pay on than a nun rr IN .E OK SICKNESS OR OCT OF PMPLOY- MFNT WE V,iU. E.V1END IOIR LON Rer-tn-br. In i!allrK with ua thre are no nrt xanc charpe whatever Linen 4.riscxtNTirPAiD eitorp nrE If jou rpnrot call WRITE cr TELEPHONE and we nil! send cur 'epsentatli e to -voa-place with re money. NFW Yi'RK FINANCE CO. POOJIS Sr-:(K 19 AVD 210 ODD FFLLOUH' ni.TJG NINTH t OLIVE STS TELEPI'ONE MAIN I3M MONSY TO LOAI 0 FunMTi'nn, pIos, nonsns. V.e CAN and WILL kIvo joa a CHEAPER RATE of interest than any other comparj. in city, and vou can choose 10UU OV. N THIE for paiintr back the loan ard AMOlNT OF PAY MENT you wih to ruake, either weeJcty or jio"thly and you PAT tOR ONL1 uch time1 as voj havA i.ad cionj OOOD REMAIN in voj ftwn poses8lor, and If jou GTTT SICK cr OUT OF WORK w Tvill hold pivment fo tnT fa no danc-T cf lnin;r your gyp Ther- is NO PUB LICITY OR INCONVENIENCE, papers can bs f- jypd at house icu can get rrcney am day jcu Rpply We will pav any Indeltedneas on jou- Rood" and plve you MORE MONEY If ycu cannot call, write or telepnon. and w will tend agent to "-plaln our ivtem Teb B )4 FIDFLITY BROKERAOE CO . Roo-n 1 Mans J- bjlldlne. 314Va Olive at. WS LOAN MOEY Oi Furniture, Pi&nos, Etc. e loan f-om J 10 to 00. te LEAE the coeds In toj- POSSESSION Ve cheerfully gne our TERMS ard RATES. V e make loans In EAST ST. LOns. Ten eet tl morey rn bHCRT NOTICE Tcu r-ceUc th full amount In CAII Too oft) hep It ONE month or MORE. "Sou ta ONLY frr the time yed uce t Tou iraj pav WTE1CLT If 10a ie l-e Y'-u may hae your tim extndM f slfic. Ojr rate, are as IjO". as th LOUL-T Our rffcrs are tn MOT PRI .TE Ovr bu-lnt'fl Is TnrI.V ro-"(!ertnl Our motto Is COL RTEOUS TRrATJIENT Our telephone Is KHIoch n I'll Ou- ad'r-i Fl LI.ERTOV RI.HO Tth a-d P r. ((j- ro rip ar nv CO'' p-1 2T1 cord floor Call, write or t-Iphone 11. TUB nOU.SFHOLD LOAN' CO MONEY?-YE"S, MONEY OUIl STOCK IS MOM2.Y. We (tir arybol mner at cn-half the rates chnrK'd el,vhre. clerks, rnannRrif, -hool tache-3 anl all others vvbo are eraploj3 V.e al buy a"ccunt3 rent. arnuitlej. Incomes, notci and np tMbl cper In any form In amounts from S13 to F0 mi) Business tnrenctl quickly ani confld-ntlnlly Tohn Slulho'Iand. til Century bldtf Tel Main j;70 FURiilTURE L0AN& EASY PAYMENTS-LOWEST RATES. Money loaned on fumltur". pianos or any a'v-u-lty. without removal Terns to suit. No publicity. Call, -rrlte or telephoe Main 2TE1M. and w will call N-ATIOXAL TRUST CO. 001I 219 JirRMOD-JACCARD RLPC COR. BROADWAY AND LOCUST. Money to loan In ary amount on all kinds of perioral property. Bargains In unredeenced Llef'se 912 FRANKLIN AVE. MOKEY FOR SflLIRlEQ PEGPLE. TVe ;urnlh jou money qulcMy ard ccnUden tlally; without ecu-Ity. Natlo-al C'ejlt Co, rcoms fOl I'i Chemical bulldms. LiKhth ami Ollte ste KO'EY iDYiSCEO SAURIED PEOPLE, Teamter. l'rdIns-bou,Wfc beepers without scar. lty; asy payments; largest b-Bln In AZ prncl pal cl'ie. Tclrran, &)1 HcunT MJff , & Ct rtnut. EQUITY FINANCE CO. Moscv v, iihout secu-lty to salaried men and worn en: easy payment 1413 Union Trust bulldlnir BMJIPnOVED CITY PUOPEHTY roil SALli EASTON Ave, Jut East cf Union Av Lot SxlS3. on monthly payment.. Adam Weber. Z7U Fmnklln ave LUCAS Ave, Jut West of Jeffrscn Ac T.nrsrs lot on foutn side of street, H.X120. Adam. Ueber. 2711 Franklin ae THEATnlCAL. WORLD'S FAIR costumtr and wlsinaker; the atrical 6upplls for professionals. ITuezer 521 alnut st. niSift IMPItOVlID Cm I'Hl'i:TV FOR S4LC. Mr VET to loin at 5 1 cr rent en real estate Il UiB irt,n.i i':i !i ix -j it pU lie. ttl-i w Ht f "r gcl Hits .n iT-WsTn r u t J-j I t ft, g" at t2 4m u & Rt.blu. . . 51JCrwill bJj e'a'vt mw-cr. A iro 2uts, h Ie Rerubllc 512.0W vill buj buslns-4 co nr on T7r ive . rtors and flats, rtnts fr 1 ") 1 t 1C0 fet It ii Re,.!.bllu 5i "jo vl I buv m J m I'Tt- n 1 o 5-DI"-nr ve n-ar tsarah et gr l i !.it Cai,j.iu L 48 Republic $3 3irt will bu modern 1 roai houe Z-t&l Io t)'mar ave near (Srand, jrut b irgVn. A , Rrub ic Sl wj"t will bj modern 12 rt-orn houe Ftejm ben sllneton louJpvaid, mar Li n .v , Kt U ft-t t ij Rep-bit FOri SA ?" Ta Stn SI : 5727 PELMAR Te'e room m dc n 1 -use. I t 4-ii'S3. tv.o Latli", lia-i!vooJ fl h. hut w it-r hpat. tt'ir o--e s .n 1 and el ic i at ilx ure "'i'ip "i ri3 and sii.rm .n io t 1,0 i.i.h the ho 't. Pries, S7,50D,CO Cash. Irqiiir on tl o prcrK. 3 o rledu tlnn froni irl-e ran-J n it tni u f - .om n 4ston or 11 t r pu-t -. $ t- H 13 pc- cent bt.lo v O o nir t priLP tor the FOR SALE 14-Raoni Brick House. Lot 3-1TH1 f; nd ln'-G'I'n fo- ir : ' -ot ., 7 fclocks frum Lnlcn - a' in, 1 U rk frrn ris cr Lailue . "tret ia a. irl . :, ort For full part Lj'ars jii 're 11 t-3 Th I epublic 01TICIA'. norrop McCARTIir nrak's -ci-nfas iamt rat on tits lafes -wtho; t r r-x chu e j. . 1 c; eci icle f ran-es i-ut '1 N 'li-i c p In M&t ULI) sp ttr'ca -10 j II t. 1 cflj'-s x fpe-alT Pnesl iqu1 p fl Ie t j arlrr in cit. Ft t uU Oi) lnl on pjjn - Icus i:cict xnjiuTzr's. KiGiir; or muni. X ACML LODGB NO 2'3 K OF P vyrt. metis ee" Ti.e-.Iay een'"q ar S o rl cc ri "' T Bu 1 neton till! 1 nr S!0 OIl.i ' st eet Work 'n rrn I i rn h r! j tors tordlally lnvltel t-J r mV e" el to at'enL TRANK III 'tl T C At . n v Cllftcn K o( Il ic S No :S1! rn .went sr re! stree- A A' 1 ORA LuDIt NO -4 K OF P . t;.. r-- pt Drlab-r s II ill P--r-. ,na n-1 4 '''m FiMay en'"P V. o-K In t "nt .'T" .' " "t ua II. 1 torI 1-vItFtlon i extended to n-L , . j f CANvinr.D c a JJHu-d K cf P i S t? rPTLn HXLL. ItC'PT F C"A V N 'i K of P . 'A -t Hall Cr tu -x 1 1 M"t- v th ain Oh. vtrt.ti- ni MonTii February 17. a a p m sharp wo-'c In rap. cf -vi: cht- i ir r or at y iici y i: ';; ui w f c let Henry II Luel bcrr IC of fi. 1 es. CVSTLE IHLl. MIS'OLPI V.OVCK. ,3. "" : J o: p. ra-'heo- 'mnin? i rS' c Ol o St-"t n-'U r con-ntnn -- JiJ Til inl f i-.i Fr av cf arn m-int1!. T lo'c -S.III rn'fr the -ank cr Pns ",rr" e-l-s Fehmin II it 5 nlwul ?C,m" r v;- vop.p.i c c fha. r ri-k K rf It ' 5 IZi- f CTT T-TT.Tr rtT-...--... ,nF t c ic of P rre's In i rtu-i t 1 I l"r Nlph ard O! v -eft r r ..... .... v t-j i-jj . o I t. n-irp V. o- I- pr lk C KnlKht Tl'jr-lm ' ' -i -v n'.te! bi Pi.rn-isE Comini N 4 I It our j"" Fm n vip ol.o s"-"v h.,i th -m oo "Imb - p'oefo "ke poIm a-1 a te-i W'nhi'W ran) L. PFISTEP C C V J Of K cf V A ? I1T-. II,"T I0-, T- n - ot. le Ha'l In O-M F.I -i' Tfmole 'T ee-y vdntla e -c- lork i,-r. '-i Cav cren-r F.brua-y 13 ; 2 1 tsit np: knlnht. a' r ipc ti "tinluy r Anna r r I- ' TT -orgnr-l K of K & S 2S 1 An-fiil e;rt- ft AH i f DAMON IlDOn NO ?. K OF P . V7 Til?1', 'VZ.'''' Hr eenlneat F-a-A iCTV,. ta'!iil'7 Fie enth -tre-t ard meet!-,- Members of th r,s-o' will -eport fc r citv. -j A fjATT nt r r & Tl t. 'f-rl 1irir .-n -K it vr, c. r mee's evrv V-,,.j3r evn.n at "3 St rW nt II v-.rrl - n-H TIr-'eth n- 1 oih .t-et Herfndav eenlrc Feh- ruarv 15 o-k in tar'j of Csq-'-e All k-lrtts ar fraternally nvl'ej T" a r,v . t- .V 1: EULCP C C V. A P.rvfr' TC r' p e- q -r-r-i-pi r?rT Irr; K ? crmi vnia lyirxiri no 6 ic of p Z&A IrnH In rur'-irn tu -c . -n f I'llie strf Woirf In rank o Fnu'-e Thirfdl r.fruiryl3 '. U to-s a TO nltC3l5. n-ewr. exjcterl T ,, ,. ,.Jn"" lUVDrnitT. c. a J V-Knson K of R . - f.HI lirV T.TT-T-.- nmr. . .. jnts tt FriUr "nlnn null No. .( - ' n i r til " ' i "ij" ris 'ni nih ir-j(- lt n Tt Ccm -- 1 iiy c-o.- 'tocoVdiV fsrin leX CJ Pr7i-rr Lonr-T. vo Cfiit orf tTTV t-""'" l'-v Vrcdn Jnj M.-..,lne In 'm'. Ir ltrd Xi;nlbrc' "r'cfd and t. t r. c rdtally ,PT w n.,r V. 'I D"E".S C C -" ' " - oi iw it a .S. ..1,ArnN' UT-rt- NO ri K. op P j rtJ.. I T 5."' ! "- N -'' "rl O! , Members ard visit rs f-e n rl'nllv I- t"d " A.ten- Frank JrnVJI Vp1!' s C & rp.F-.iiErt LODOF N-O 21' if OF P rjjr i-esuiar me"ns , e-v n-liu'sda -rn- - ?Vk a"'No 1 r'd Frt'oir,- bill line Members' ard .slto-crA'iaHv fSW' E'3J"' J f. witte. k. ., ' nRL'-Nl:R' C G Prn rTf-"p t j-ii-tt-. . ' mil -TSiT rinAr " "wwW IT VT. Eeldlrc K. of R & 3 -1"--'- - t- VALNUT LOrOE. N'O Jbi K OF l P'-r-e A Vena-, fc A 1KI f v AHIN-Trn-.- i -mnp xcj K K- "erf oci.. i.ir.w eur. rr ni yeln Rt 3 n. 1a .-.!! r . . . tenti, ror- -.all ? -, 1 M,.th t..i ni.Vi slreet" Friday snenlnc Feb-t-nty H work In T- of Erjnlre All Tnen-brs evp. td Cordial in ta'Io-i to vl-Itirc b-ethr.n to at ed t, HENItT .unpen C. C T"ah P Du-n-lcn k. o P & S . 3104 C'l-k. & 7- LEM LOPOF '0 S2I IC OF P Wirt, meets Monday etenlrT. Fbniarv 17 a? ScJ Ha'l N't. l ter-h fcir Tentury Imlllnc. " at 1 o Tock Work In th rnrk cf Kn'xh amplired form All meirrf r expecte.1 and vls Ho ccrdlallv InIcd to attend s"ifcr j ;i iiaua, c c Atr.fa itpio.ks ic of n. r- . inEi's-cnc-sT oriikr onoFKi.i.o'vri ?iKw. LArTDE LODOE. NO 21 Io fe25 Fellows' bulldlcfr Nltth and O'lu y"- streets, everv Thursdav .rir "vi'ork ttltAT-k nn .i OSPIl JANSEN. Neb! Clarence E Moore. actury G-asJ. ZgSgt. SUMMIT LODGE. NO 277. L O. StPjvSMf " F. m-e's "'O Thursday nlsht nnv"5Ttff ,l 3 Minche3ter aveoue, Mmter3 x' urced to att.nJ IsltCrs always welcome. "rScrk every een'rr; . 3i CONNER. Noble Grand Wm Corner, Secretary .TftJ V.lLLIEr LOUOE. N'O t 1. O. Jr?3t3a. O F. ire-ts Tuesday eenlns; f SS'' each wee at Hall No 1 Odl rel 'e iowe buiHlng corner Ninth and Ol've at S o m. Meit'cs brntnrs arf cordially InvttVd J. T PRICHARB. N G F Mno OeretaiT MllOMl. L'MIOI. EADS COUNCIL, NO 457 NATIONAL UVION. rrets frst and tnlrd Tnnrdas at s p m tn Ikvwrj-ans Ha.I. northeast comer Fleenth ani L-TCUt " rect Members are earnetly requested to atte-d. Visitors ccrdlal.y Inilted OEO W JENKlNi. President. V.' Detp. Secretary "LOOKOUT COUNCIlTnO tr. NATIONAL UrJon. msets first and tvlrd Thursdays at S p. m la Fntterrel Hall, m rt'iwet corner Eleventh and Frankl'n avenue. Mambers ar errrc'ly re quested w attend nnd vis or3 cordially invited JOHN W DEE3IAN. President. James J. Lynch becretar Phone Main I417A j-.. MOUND CTTfl COUNCIL. NO 114 A7JV- National Unlo". feets en second a-J U S. fourth Frldaj s each morth at Ilcward s ?G7t3 Hall, corner Oirfscn avenue and Olive. SSZy street, at 8 o cloc N"U rrtlnff. Feb ruary 14 Special entertainment and .sard for attendarce . . F. E- GCNN. President. Richard E. Berse-. Sec-airy : ICITIIS TDIl'lWi. tSA IVANHOE COVMANDEIIY. NO S. K. UVJlT. rioI1 resiilar conclave this (Thurs- Vl daj) e nlnc, lbruory 1 at 8 p. m.. at V new Maon'c Terrple. VislUnc fraters courteov.sry Invitra JOHN' F.AMMING. E. a H. F. KarOarf. Recrder. JEcnirr sociKTins. A"CICT rncc l.D ACCEI-TCD M.0S. 1 A BE CON LOIVE, NO 2 A F i. A X 5I Ltr" ' "" B-nt n st- et Gtatt- L r m ur,l''i tiw wu 3j t-nlnt I y at . 1 r, Wo-k if it ..I .!f-ee All "-emb-ra r-jes..d d w n c ie 1 t i J(.sc;h Er"rurt. SaTetary A CORNER STONE LODGE. NO. 223 A. F a M , will meet In r??ular t-esslon J zt yas nlj Temjl, iLindav Ftbrua-y ' T, T 3) p m. for wotr. isi ora cor dially Invited to rr-' t with us WALTER tELUOSTLR, W M. James . Eml'h Jr , Seeretarj. A CDUPuE -WASHINGTON" LODGE NO. 9 A F & A M . will fnll - a cd coti Vj raunlcatinn a 7 J o Iock T tflay even ' v lr? J.e"-Udrv 11 1 2 n Jlw-I Tern?-. Grand ard Finev aenjes orfr In I C d" cre All Marter Marons ar frittrni lj nvit-d to attend. L iLVI ION. V. M Henry Llhou Eecr-tary MISOL PI LODGE NO I. F i A 1! Called comm nlcat' n on Tr.day. rebruarv 11 at " f p rn at CarSnthiai Hall Orrd Aiphur TTt't,1' Tit.p1 E A cesTt( on fla candidates Members are re quested and vls'tlns brethren f'-arrnilU nvItJ to atterl CH th. McL-AN, . IL John H rvms, Secretari N'APIITLI LOPGK :.D 3 A F ' M -Stnfd in ("i; "-I- even'ni c: LJT 7 3 o'clock nt t.'-anl Aenu- Mns nln 'r Tempi- Woik'nE rt de;re ll'irbers and visitors fruteTal y Incited V.'il. HAlISCr. W M. 1I- ItanJle. S"crcta-y A ST IX)UIS LODOE NO to A r a .. yF&f II Sifla. communiwtlti thl- IThur 75 i. eeninp at 7 o clrol I nlo Unit. ' Has n'c Te-nple Wa'W ". A dirr:e tnted rnmimiatlon at - -Io k Work "M. M degree liltor" IratralH wicoiui LFO Iloi&II.LIC. . IL Thongs J Er tt f retars i( onibii ii nu cniTTISH HITF ST LOUIS LOTMJC fk 4 wVof PfrKv.t'.n ard St. Lon's Ciai te-. R H kiK CroK. -illl meot at c tt'-h U ' Cat' - " d-al itn'eivh arJ L. c'i't reets. on Tiiur'laj letii-in 1' -it 3 rioct p ta. Election cf ofBcrr In L-di, ol P-rfelon J'lHN A I u' " 1' I. FUTLBifT, VT. '.L Jcn It Parson becraLtry , K.MGIITS or TATIIEK MHW. -i;-, SI IIU MP COLNCIL. .NIuIITS tZ-'Olii. Loc' btrc-t - r e. ca I c- fl. fcl? PJn- C M- ur print-! p"te- ?& IAN i.!.'". TP.U'T Jr.vi Qj--eire Cwltn -1- Kn cut. Zy T'"0" s Eov.-e-n Sup- ra- r-)rJ- '-T I.VtVTI Ni-Z! OT OE COI N- IL. No E I.- Kht cf i.a'br Metli tn e on rst a I tn r 1 Mcrd. f eo-h m rtn ut -, . Ila.l li.s i -i n t-ci 1 m mj re te,J sM to be pre-t. -tors '-0V,1N. v , N.ES3T. Chir a r Kn'ght. Jrh" J E'"J"7 Ttecc-dr FHATHK't L ORIE!l OT K(-LES. ST LOLIsArltli: NO 41 F O 17.. nKri. e r liuaj n pht and t frt .L" 'ar af c n cf ach noptn. at !!alins H ill tutli anl Wal ut. '.Itirt b-t ipi velc m JhA Ge-n3. W s IJ37 "ht'tnlt et eet ROVAL AltCNLII. . H 'CtBANNE COLNCIL. NO IS 4, ?- Itcal Arcanjm njt second aI ? AV four'h Tlni"Cij. of ea h mentn at TvfS ft I Kill H-ilI Maple mi Ham. ton ?WTi'3 avenues at S p rn. is.tins b-tth- 3r" trs Incited tn attenl V J QLINLA.N'. :TL, Tes'zt. It A. 3UCi.rJy. F.retar ,'.lS?, GRAND COLVCTL. MI"SOrpi r3L?iHre5r-' A-canum 3C 511 Ho land rt. uu ilrK A cordial tvel ome to -ifjjnj- tor trim's brethren uad mtmbers ITv rbm abrcal ,, , i- J :iEi3En. g p ltors always heartlh wf. me E. F WEaTCOTT P.-fnt. 1.13 Pm b.reai. II J Fraor. Pecretar. e& COTC BHII.I.HNTE COITJ.CIL. NO t.S"o jm1 II A meets crj- 3rt a-d tolra 2nrf Thu-sday at Bi.ehlrs Ha.l south Jj: cornT of Taylor and I aston avee.sd. t s c c ock tsi.jrs c rdmll tic c ire J V." IIEADEN. K.seat. Ceo TV Gallon av. i cretart IlOV.L TKIHK Ol" JOSEPH. fSN ST LOllb LODGH. NO 7. TOTAL AiiiX. Tr be of Jo-oech PeuUr rreetlrj; "f ra?nJV,T5 lni lc-Ice will be held In Anchor liali. ?JJN5? Jefferson a- Pa-k avnL. s .ntim'-i, K cvcrlnj February S. lSt.2 at S o'clock. Il members rvqt.es ed to b pr..nt U ti.rs elccmei 1 S BP.ORN". Patriarch. TT r nlllesple. Scrlte Oltunil OF COLL3IISIV kmijuts. EXPRESS LOFOE. VO . ORDEn yTVS cf ClLr-blan Kr'sh ". s5cM "eirnd arl f nrth ' ao )l rae'in? occt.- Fbnn isT t"Ji All members and b-ci cf ClLr-blan Kr'sht, mPts evrj- rtn iiu-ai Jst Vbrunry 12 I-itat!on I b-cther knihta aid izzy cipllalK 1-vl'ed DOTOTt A r JORDAN'. Presldert. F n. Kalsr, Focreu-j KNIGHTS OF COLC1II513. jnir: s i.c hit Orand Knlsht Jot c Carrcll J-, Ilecordl"if Secretarr INDKl'eMICNT OUOErt FORESTEIt'. COLKT COTE BRILLIANTS. NO S. I O F peu ar meetl-K3 "fo nd anl fourtn lues Cays in each month at U ftman Hall, corthea t corner E!e-nth and Locust street M,it.nc Forester, ' ' ROTEKM VNV Chief P.an5er Wm. O nrlcnr. Berdlne ecretar, .so tsZi ICenrerly ccnie TnmE or nEN-mit. "TtlBFrOF BEN HUH. ST LOUIS CVUKT. No 4 Tribe of B'l llt.r met3 to n'rht at T.en.y-seccnd and I ranlin avenj. s..v..ni1 ers Hall. All sons and Iaushtcr of l.jr sv-I-ccme t fl nT. Uilsf. Alice C. Ht.'Aey. P-;rlba. 17:1 rran.tlln Ave KMGUTS A?iD L1DIES OT HONOIt. 3? WEST GATE LODGE. NO. li. K. & I. j? of H meets flrt. econi and fou-m Tuurdajs o ench mrnth at the'r ha.U i 3 No rS-?l I"rarklln ne-ue Vllrns mem ber ccrdlnlly !nltel to atterl J D IIC'RTT, Protector. Ulnetta Stpb-nscn Secretary AWEIlICfV LEGION OT HONOU. 1$Xr- LAFATETTE COI7NCIL NO S5 A VH,y jj. of H rw every sec-nd and r-Jurtn '2l Thurslaj' eienirir. nt r-at-nal bulld!:c rorthwet corner EIeenth ard Irankia axe'-ue forrpanlors f-om n er cojneila cor dialU InUtel LOm :t NDKK Cmmande-. W II rami. Seeretarj. RED SIR'S. MINNETONKA TRI3E. NO 43 IMPPOVED Ordr Red Men. meet eer rrlday at j-u ds' Hall, scutleast colter Ninth and Maiset street. 1crk In adoption de-e I-'ghth n.-. ro breath sharp. Msltors coraiallv lnlted Members ex pecl'd to attend E. M COTT fcachem. William Iepp C(!R 101! Hani'tcn air STANDING ELK TRIBE NO ZC. nil'IlOl ED Order of Pel Men m&e's e ry Tursdai in Druids' Hall Ninth and Market .tree., n. c'ghth run flrt Tbur.day etch nc- n adoption "T. ""' iiiu.jjtj nlllurt, tllirU lilt. S' w.v chle's fourth Tn-u-day. tribal bu n isltlns brothe's wamlj nre'ccrrrd W C MOORE, Sachem. F SeovII. a cf P. 234, Wah sv. IlllrtnlH Snpreme Court. REPUBLIC SPECtAL. s.irlngfleld. III . Feb. 12. Memorial serv ices were hell In tne Supreme Court to day In honor of the late Damon Grrr Tunnlcllff. vsho died .it hla home In r-rmTr.H December 3) last. Juige Tunnecliff was ap- iju..iveu iu me cutreiiiB nencn oy vovernor ORle"bv-. flll'rc the un- Milred tern of Judge PIncKney Walker Eulog'stic ad-lresses were made In court 05- Bjron Puntlus and II. C AKnew of Macomb and former Jud::9 P P fhope of Chicago Chief Justice Wil kin responded upon tehalf of the court. Tne following proceedings were had In court to-daj : Glon s Brown; rehearing denied. Northern Insurance C-vmpany vs Mutual Rulld Ins ard Loan AsocMtIon. motion by appellee for affirmance- of Jl-Iitrnent. reserved to hearlrs; V. Uliams vs ltittenKcus-j: motion for excnl.n cf time to file abstracts and b-iefa fxanted and five days friven City of Chlaffr s. Nortcn Milllrs: Comppy: motion bv appel.ee for leava to nM Appellate Court briefs denied. Hereford vs. People; motion for further time to file abstracts and briefs allowed; three daya Slven Gr.-ler ts D . R. I. . N. "W. Ry.: motion to expunge reserved to hearing;. Peop'e vs Ma.larv . motion of CoraellJs. Martin for leave to file petition for writ of aleas cor pus allowed and writ ordered; nwtlara for leave to mak. oral ftrcurrent. In the matter of the atpcal of the Union Tank Line Company: mot'on to strike answer from the files , Flaherty e, Mann; motion by plaintiff la error to file reply briefs Call of docket will oemmence to-morrow morn lnfT Court adjourned tola. m. to-morrow. . . ST I1UIS COUNCIL. NO yjlS. n-e s eim (lr't and tMrd -iStw Tu'.r at Ten Fnd Hall f && ru' "eet eerier Flnre b"J Ivnr- "Van Fertr avenue ililnz 1 'rA knli-hta are c rdlul!i lnlte.1 y T8EATY IN LINE WITH AMERICA'S POLICY. United Rt:ites Fouiially Notified of lsittihh Japanese Agieeiuent on Chiit:i ami Kouu. 'OPEN DOOR" IN MANCHURIA. American Interests It ! J.eiied, Are Sniiited by the Xew Alliance Jteiweeii Two Uie.it yatioiib. Washlnirtoa Feb 12 Mr. Takahlra, tl.a Japanese Minister to Washington, to-dav ca'Id at the Stat Departirent and noti fied Scretari IIuj of the signature of th treatj bituee"! Oret Britain anl Japan, mado public jesterday In England, lind Ins the two nations to Joint anion to maintain the lnteerltj of China and Korea The absent of th United States Is not nn.essar to this agreement, but. if it i.ere. It probablj would not be withheld, for It Is polnttj out that the tn.a,t Is precis-'! In lire with the alms of the &tata Del art-nent. as fully d'sclused In the notes published b It f-oa urn: to tin e It Is again stated that there has be-n no Joint action as tttvetn the Unite: States and tho Pov.ers named, jet it ia a fact that tho preamMe to the new treaty might be reca-ded as almost a paraphrase of the poifon of the Lnited States toward tha Marchurian cj-emoi. as tnunclated in S c-nta-j Hai'i nJte to th Russian Ambassa dor here It is made i.ry clear hero by the ofnclal !ta:menl that the purposes of the United States all reiatw to commercial and indus t al phos s uf ttie M mthurian question. V. th e Bui. leal pha-e tha Lnitei btatea have little concern. The "oie.cignt of ilu Ia cr Cn.na over Manchuria would he to America an immaterial lss-e so long as American sh.p-) are free to sail Into Man-cnnn-n porta or e;en term3 with Risa an ships, so Ions a3 American products may be enter. d lr Manchuria at the same tari'f rntts as P.aislan, and so lorg aj Ameri can rai'road ..rd mining projectors ml) op erate .n Ma. hr.a a treely as those of an. otN nai'jn. In otr.er vvorcs. the Urlted State"" aro contTil rg for th1 "open-door" in Man churia, and r cognize in this new treaty a aljahie sjpi.oit in tneir contention. It (s urdcrtood that th1 jRpa-e-e Aiinltr and th Britia- and Rut'.an Ambassadors her are ful j ac iuiuti.d with this, attitudo of tl e Unlt.J States TREATY A SURPRISE AT PEKIN. 'May Frcent Siuinjr of Proposed ilaucburian Agreemeiit. Pekln. Feb. 12 Tlie rens of tha sign ing of tho Anglo-Japnnee trtr.ty of alliance became krown to a few d'plomats here to day, ana was an absolute surprise. The tre-ttj I- rtcard. d a; the mot im portant move mnde In Fir Eastern politics of recent vear- The Japan-e Minister. Uchlda. -visited Prince Cring, President of tie Foreign Oliic, and i,ave him a copy of tne treat. It ii nat doubted among the diplomats here that the rw alliance will effectually v.eto the s gning of the Manchurian treat j. The British Miriter Sir Erret M faatow ; thi Japanese Minister. Ichida. and the 'United States Mmi-ter. Mr Conger, hae rtc ntlv betn pr '-"lrc; P-Inco CMng to post pone signing the Manchurian treaty, and obtained a prom'"e to d. fer so doing until fre-h rpr ntations could be mnde, -which representations were made to-dav In the form of a cop of thy Anglo-Japaneso treat The Cnlnrsd ofTictals who wore Informed of tho sl,-nl g of the treatv expressed the Ef'f&tet siti faction. Thy said British pre'tige. in tr. Far Eat had received a tremendous advancement. NOT AIMED AGAINST RUSSIA. Japanese Minitor Discusses Now Treaty With England. London. Feb. 12. Baron Havashl. tha Japanese Minister here, who signed tha treatv in behalf of Japan, in an interview published to-day decltrtd that the Anglo-Japan-e treatv was not directed especial Iv against Runla, hut undoubtedly Man churia was within Its cope It was solely raeant to maintain the "-tatus quo. The present trentj has no collaterals in the shap of treaties between Japan and other Powers, but it doe rot exclude tho possibility of a similar treatv between Japan anl RuIa. of course with the lull knowledge of Great Britain. NO AMENDMENT TO WAR TAX. It Will He Considered Under Iron Clad Rules by House. rtri BLIC SFECI I, Washington, Feb. 12 "We would rather rnve two minutes for amendment than two das for d bate." ruefullj said Mr Richard son of Tennessee, tho Democratic leader of the House. n-da. in discussing the pro" pect for consideration of the war-tax re duction bill In the House rext week There -.t: uii-e uii-Ks in t.ne iioue. not or thi same political faith vith Mr Richardson, who are of the same opinion respecting the prosp-ct.ve proerumrn- Thev will not ha e tho two minutes for amendment, how ever. Tha bill v ill b broucht up lit the Hou rett week, probabl Monday, under an !:cn-c!ad rule th will p'-ard It from in trusion or attick that will keep Its pas-age from lagging and will flnalh put it through on the double-quick and get It safely to the President. While it Is an internal revenue bill In ths main. It carrier a provision affecting the duly on tea an J would be subject to other propositions relating to the customs tariff, fhe bill will b debated probabl v two dais before a cote Is taken. Tho sentiment In the Senate against ac ceding to the amount of reduction of war ta-ees proposed b the House ha increased end it is considered un!IkIv that the Sen ile will agree to the bill In its present form It Is a question also, whether ef fort' mav not be made to amend the bill with a rider providing for CuBm tariff con tess'ors. No rules In t! Senate wou'd pre vent if the leiderx decide to adopt this iiiueier en. c.wiiiu li-- c uuan question. JACK BARR WAS ACQUITTED. Charged With Beinrr in Missouri, Kansas and Texas Hold-Up. P.EPUBLIC SPECIAL. South McAlester. I. T.. Feb. 12. To-day !n the Federal Court at Atoka. Jack Barr, tho last of the men charged with participation In the robbery of the Missouri, Kansas and Tei-as i train at Caney. I. T. last summer, was disposed of when the jury, after be irg out one hour, returned a erdlct of ac quittal. W Iitn the crime was committed one or the passengers, a lawyer, recognized the Uafier. Bob Stearns, as a former client, and gave the officers their first clew to the ilpntity of the robbers Stearns, George Brown. Richmond Alford. Bailey Lewis and Jack Baxr were arrested within a few hours All confessed except Lewis and Barr, who were acquitted. Stearns, the le-ider, U a one-armed man. mipposed to bo the only one-armed train robber in the world. The convicted men are all serving life sentences at Leaienworth, Kas. "Wife 31nrilcrer to llanp. P.EPCBLJC faPECIAL. Van Buren. Ark . Feb. 12. Dave McWIr ter. who in November so barbarously shot nnd instantly killed his wife, near Mul berry, twenty miles east of here, was to day found guilty of murder in the first de gree and sentenced to hanff April IL After the murder he put his pistol In his pocket and left for the Indian, Terri tory, where Sheriff PltcocJc caught him last week. Dnriclnm at Fort Smith. F.EPUBLIC SPECIAL. Fort Smith. Ark. Feb. 12, Burglara are operating in Fort Smith. Monday night en trances were effected to the residences nf R. C. Bollinger and K. M. Fry, and last . nigm tne resilience or jiajor Tom lien Garrett and the hardware store of William Bresn, were robbed of a large quantlt of guns end revolvt" OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT. HI W it I 7738-Lat;IC5, P-tticoa. 22f 24r 20, 2a and 30 inch waiit. To irilvp tl e klt in the medium ize Cl inch w nt m i- i" . wih require i;:tu jinli of material uv h .nt or el-en jarii Zl inches wnlt rs "i v. tt i 7918 Lld;es' Dirt Fitted Orawirs. 22, 24, 26, !8, 30 ad 32 inch waist. To tnak- th drawers In th" medium si:, 2 Inch wjiv. measure will reiulre two-and one half jarts of material thirtj-is inches wide - Tin: iiEPrui.Tr 1'a.ttep.n cofpox i.vdihs i'etticoat. xo ts. op. i,adiea' dhawehs. no. 7313. Be su to give waist menyire. nama and nddre'r;, and mail, with 10 cents, fo-- EACH pattern, to THE PAT TERN department of the p.n- I'L BLIC No. TTS Xo TJ1S Inches inches, Name .. Address . XOTE If both ratten-s are wanted, in close SO cent. FRANGHiSE SEEKERS PRESENT PETITIONS. Water, Steam and Eleetiic Compa nies Want Permission to BuiltL. Lines in St. Louis Count v. Testerdaj nai franchis dav In the St. Louis Couctv Court In CIaton and tho promoters of threo Important enterprises were en hand to urge the adoption of tho plans they have proposed. The companies In question were the Mi-sourl Kiver Water, Light and Tower Companv, the St. IjOUI-J Hlllsboro and Southern Iulroad. and tha Terminal Blt Railway Company. T J. B Qulgley and Jacob Hawkcn ap peared on behalf of the water company. They have made a contract to furniIi water to Klrkwood from the Missouri River, an.l eplaired that they were on the ergo et making another contract with Webster Grove-. It is neces-ar to get permission from the county before pipes can be laid across the roads. The court aked for- & JG.C'jO deposit to be used fjr the repair of the roads, provided the compan neglected to restore them to their original condition. The Suburban Water Comp my laid pipes along the Bonhomme road and has never restored It to its original condition, and th members of the court Baid they prcposeil to guard against such contingencies in the; future b requiring an unconditional de posit. Jlr. Quiglev declined to give tha de pont urconditlonall. and the matter was postponed for furthtl action. Thomas F. Snced. prc-iding Judge Becker "V Jefferson Couurv. and several others ap rieared on behalf of the St. LouK Hlll-boro and Southern. They produced a certificate! from Secretary of State Cock showing thas the companv had been capitalized at tl.ft.0. (". with Thomas F. Sneed. Ilernnn I. Brandt. Henry W. Huthng nf St. Iitii. and Otto Fohrenhort and Edwnrd ei4 of Xew lork stockholder' The r vta will run from a connection with the South ern Electric Railway, thnugh th" south western part of the count to HiU-boro in Jefferwn Countv. a di-tnnce of forty mile. The object in building the road, it was stated, is to .nslst in developing the min eral lan-N of Jefferson and Washington counties. Either steam or electric will bo U'-ed. The p'-opoItIon was received favorably by th" court, but the Judges deIml to familiarize themselves with the route before taking definite action, and will go over that pnrt of the route leading ln) St. Louia next Saturday. Colonel John Ovenll and several conlrat--tors appeared on behalf of the Terminal, but the court d-d not rench their ,t!ti-n and a speciil hearing wilt fce given thero. to-day. c.T mils Introdnced in flu- Iloniic. t.ei ijBLic pecjal Washington. Feb 12. Representative Joy of Missouri to-da introduced a Mil to grant a psn-ion to Louisa Gregg, late nur-e of the Ladles' Union Aid Societv. for serviced rendered dtiri"g the Ciil V.r. Delegate FHnn of Oklnhoma to-dny In troduced n bill for the relief of Elizabeth, X Sullivar The bill authorize" the Sec retary of the Trensurv to pay Kii.OjO for cotton taken b the Fe!eral troops from Wilow Pope's warehouse at StarkvIIIe, Miss. Representative Cooper of Texas) to-day in troduced a bill to provide for the selectloa of i site for the establishment of a navy 5 ard and dry dock on or nenr Sabine Pass or the Xeches. or Sabine rivers. In Texas. SENT FREE TO MEN A Most Remarkable Remedy That Quickly Restores Lost Visor To Men. A Free Trial Package Sent By nail To All Who Write. Free trial packaces of a most remarkable, remedy are beins mailed t0 all who will write the State Medical Institute. They cured so man men who had battled for 5 ears against the mental and physical suf fering of lost manhuou that the iustltut has decided to distribute free trial pack ages to all who write. It is a home treat ment and all men who suiter with any form of sexual weakness, resullins from jouth ful foil, premature !oj of strength and memory, weak back, varicocele, or emacia tion of parts can now cure themselves At home. 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