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THE REPUBLIC-THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1902.
U 1 F 1 " J -K 0 f K noosis for nnxT. ALJj rfntlrlrp tniriV rrwim uell fiirnlh.l nn.1 fetztcJ. fcr Jl 2. per wctlt up; tli-lcll) ursi clas.. NVblte House. ou;tiweM corner Nmih and l.r.a. BELL, Ac, 8CS Nlerly furnished frcnt room To cc-mltmen or llct houeUeepins, prlvilese ot lauidry; very reasonable. liET.Y. A SOI) Nvlv fUi-iKhM room, ,1n- :lo or connwTir.p. fur uentlenun or couple; U3t tn. Rng ;urnac neat io car nna HEUNAR connecltnff ; hduseKceplc IIKUNARD St.. ?:n Larc tunny front and rocm-, stiona noor. comp.cie ror i.pnt na: alio oiaer rooms. ccok sioa. rca- snaoie BROAHWAT. 135 and 107 X Kt Th Rest' tT erty rooma 2io; tn rooms, Kc; tea rooms, Mo Pr day CARll. 1T2T NVatly furnKied rooms, camr-icte for housekeeplns cook Hoo. l&urdry all cn venlenco CAKROIA, St., 1721 Neatlr funllij frcit roo-n. (.outturn exposure for pintle men cUo room for light noui keeping . rem rca onable CAES Ave., 312 Completely fjrnlhed room; rrnifnin or houscfcevlni; p now. latfc; auTidry. CATE3 Avi . 553 N'lcily furnished front room, with ftleoe, with con-aicccea, coavta len; to board, referents. ""CIIOUTCAU Ae. WS-Tio larn fror.t; fur nace bath; to stntlemen l 25 i.j, also ax at Tz lp CHOI-TEAL Ave. P Nicely furrlhed rooms. rouihm txpotmre. well h-a.cd itjurato bed; Bodrn connifncpt. 1 up 1 CHOUTEAU Ave i:21-Nlcel rurnlrheA front roorn. for two ponMemtn nlso srrall team, iras, ttth; Gerrran cmau family- "CHOUTEAU A. IW Nicely furnished f-ont room, complttfl for 1 ?ht ..ni.. k.opiii.;; JI j; Id room il .w. near Lntnn fetation. Ciroi'TEAl" Ave. 1205 IorIy fum.shBd flrt floor front connect Ins rocmi. hGus-kccpinff; nlo b . -.- nllam. tTT. Mill V iTlf Pfl f t"?lli J V'lII 1UI 4. t fctiJ fc - r -.. . -..--. - 04 or wcy. rnni'TrATT- . ml-6 12-18 and 1S2MS25 Itoomi for UcM honKcTln?; fur-l?hed. SI 25 to J3 unfurrlFhe 7S to 2 conm-ctlre rooma U desired. Webster, lill Clnutau ave. m.ftov i a WrA-SAionil-filorv iront room. w;2ft Second -story front room. reatly furrlshed and htated. reasonable: call trerlnjs i-, .r- .- jvttV! mn-n anfumlsheJ. for h- r h. UFekcrpmc' rr.T rasonaMo m-xrir s, - run rvr- ni"! roon. wed fur- cIsd. en? hot bath furnice; rent reasonable. , , ..,-.,, PirKSOV St.. 216-E:ecantly ' rc" r2ollTOpfierp-coxiifnlciu.e9; reoatnabie. r --.-.' c wi-t Qjuvnfl-slorY fr ilt fOOH .u ;'.. f.- h f -si tuth- tdrrra and ofW rooms; furnace- heat. ca. Win. irrro reason able ' iiv.iy.v vm 7TS?y Mcli fumUbtd tec)ad- atcry room rr s.ypms "J".11 - t.IEVnNTH St.. 1110 S Nicely Turnisiea iront rounn suitable f.r irntlemn. al-o i-cnneclirs rocxn. comp.eie ftr light hcufckeeplus. J' W Wi. r - EUGENIA St.. 3( Nicely furnished room. with rood boardl pi, bath; all convenlen es; Xx ween, near Lnli StaLatu -- - 'miNKUN' Ave., 3C33 Furnished front rcc:a; til oonveI-r.ce3 FftMvLIN Ae. 01 iland93in. n-lv pa loiea. cenly Mrnulici ricm, nil Irnnt rora: ,'nulf ir conr.cctlrs. ca. bathl SO a v.A. up ""ruRNIIITTD - t-nfun-l-fhed: monthly In ad-arc- , up W 41 Ur?u'i'ic GA1IBLE Et. Kit-Neutly fJ'-hed friint roon. Itoupkpcp'ns- naa .torn; not tatn. aun firj. n chlliren "oAJinLE St.. TJa-La-s- front room for hoao Veeilnt also other rcom: hot batb- come. Xilenec CHltllAif :7IT Nl 1 furnished front room, DUtt-ern exposure, reasonable GISbvrn"ace. 1k7Z Suite of unfumlshoi rooms for man and ife CL.ASGOTV nace. ror-l'urn.s'-.td or unfur n'sled loom,; fineal localln In tbo clt. tte ttem . ORAMl Ae 5 K fComer Ucle W Ileiutlful . " m ...! An fwnf rivlH IOr JwUemeT S- iupl.V 'fVac. heit ali convenl- 1T - - - HICKORY St.. 1S16 Two rlcely furnl-hd rooma r rrivau fanilv FU'ta t t r".ilemen or caurle all molera coiralenc; reaioaaWa. ZICL.EDE 40o4A Heautlful newly furnlt-red tecend-ston front r.om, with neat ana las, lor two cntlemen. no chlicren; preaKiau u .. V - nv &.. sn-n On. nlrelv furnished room Ja private" family. XLaWTON Av- , S0CS nrlsht. clean rooms, fur Klsted omplef fir he' t housekeeping. wr rea- s-onable, all converbnecs. "UWOS Ave. SCOl-I'ltnsar.t. ranr.r frort rooirs. southern an-1 nslern exposuro; neatly furnts-el: everv convenlcnc IAWTON Av- 3)11 Two n'-a unfu-nlhed rccms and small kitchen, eoythera exposure. rJce for small fmll . rent t) LEONARD Ave . 6H-Lovely second-story front- mlta rr rooms, verv reisonab.n rites; hot bath, tax. furiic-. tVaihlr.Kton avu. cars LTNI)t:t.T. Ave -31-rienmnT. R.uthrn sr pnurv flr5-BUry front room, furnace ntat: a.l conveniences LCt:ST Stt I0I larce. STccI, furnlsaol r-irio. with all conveniences: special rates ai.d attention given to mllitt-era LOCIVT St.. !s13 Nely furrlshed f-cnt par lor, southern exposure, suitable tor ccntlcinvn cr cvurle; all conven'encee. fasonable. LOCUST sTT 2S-3-NIrely ani neT7ly fur nl.hetl fioms. vllh oil molern conveniences for llrht hpii"eVeepl.i2 or gentlemen, reasonable IXJCITST St . ?11 ..Next to "t Nicholas Hotel) Rocms for gentlemen hot and cold altered baths, electric light, fur-.jce heat, cheap rent lOCtST Ft 2311 I.oupr'lteeplrjj rnomv wiier !a rocma, lari: pantry a 1 conv-itepc9. n'aa hall room; one larps t ceplr.g r" n.. "arnac hf-at. lOCIIST Pt.. 2S'-I.ere i-vcy and -leantly furnished room, with hett bet and cold water 'n room; all modern convtnlnces: rea3naUi: to entlemen. "iLrbCAfl Ave., exclrruralshed rocm; tot bath and all convenlnes LUCAS Ave . :'M Eecord-.oo- frnt rcotn. fnrnUr-od or unfurnlhed housekeeping. reaoa afcle LUCAS Ave 341& Vew'y furn'shfd rec"-.d-itory frcnt room hot nnd eotd watr In rocm; tith. ras ard furnace heM pit vale farnllr- " LUCAS Av". J416 Newly fum'fh''d fecond tory front room hot and cold wuier In room; fcth raa and furnace heat private family LUCAS Ave . 418 fThe ImO-Itonms rlchtly. 15o to X5c wfUlr. 11 to II 5. tmth free; Just opened and evrythl"c nw and f. r'-c' MAPLE Ave.. 525S Xeatlr furnished front room: mod rh oonvenlenceat also other rooma; beard convenient, 'MOROAN St.. ZTSft Two neatly furn'.rred to for rentltnn or houiekepptnc; best cf acccra, piodatton reasonable terms "jJOnOAN St .0-NlMtly furnlhe! room; prirtleee of hou?keplnr alo nicely fumlsheJ glreU hH rnm nil ro 'eninrM- MORGAN Et . S214-42 C3 por week. fu-it-V-T" rocm for housrVtp1nB modern ennvunle e-j pu ranffe, take Saburban car to Lnard ave, MORGAN Et. rriTrrtvatt famlTy ha- nTp routhrnerpfa front rnonv alo back room to i?r; hot bath, heat; vultable for one or two. "MOnO AN Pt.. S214 J4 0 nr vtk two con noctlrc roofs, rmlhed for h-juckplngr; mol arn cont et lences; aj rango. Suburban cars to Lorard are. OLIVD St.. KOS-Cleaa comfortabla. well-fur-UIiei3 rooms. OLIXT3 St .52 Punl-nel rcoma for centl ti4n and llcbt houeektplng OLTl-S St.. IR07 Two nlci rcomr front nnl hall room, tl ani upi near Union Station and business center OLIVE St in? N'ir nvi-na nftlv fnw.cn.v1. alvo nlc ball room. fuml'Ved and comfortably warm. efr. rar bti'lne center. OLTVIJ fit JS23 Newlr ani ejfantly fur- Uhd moma for eentlemtn. cr will arrtnjra for iukepinj If dairfd; pa, notb and beat. OLTVTC St.. rM)a-?wly ani nleelv furnlbd Tlrt end ptond f.cor front, and cttsr rooma, Jfclth til oonvenlerces; well hentM; traa and bath " uuivl be., jyii ric icrninen roomn uirnt tL fend cheerful arm ntea room for yen tlemn ; covml,nt to builncga center and Union Station; aaonabl. "" ?AOB W4fv Larr. furnished room, furnace Teat bath- reasonable PAOC Boulevard. f"e8 Dantlllr fuml'hed wacond-Mory front; all conveniences; private StrrU PAOn Roulevard CSCrrcm tiro to four fur f.Uhed room for nouM-kcepinii: first or cond jtory: reasonable. PARK Are.. 1W N-wly fu-nlhM front room. ruthern PTpoFd uttalle for centlemon; la pii at family ccnvenlent PAUK Av . 171 Threi rle furnlrhM rooms for Ucht houV4p,nc heatlnr stove and cook Btove water In kltfhn PINT: Pt.. SS2S Two or thre- nnfurnlshel ywm with conveniences; very reasonable. npTNK St., 8312 S'np'e and eonntlnir rooms fornlbd ccniclete for 1'Kht hojskep!nir. " PINE SL, CK-Nlr!y furnlhej tMM-nory front room, very rr-onable. southern exposure. PIND St MS nifjrantly furn!ir-ed rooms; kteam heat, electric Hrht, e'evaror and tel. bnon erv!ce fn rertUrr-fn orly PINR St.. S107 Nice larr roomi . furnished complete for llht houekeeplnpr with use of parlor and piano, furnace heat; not bath. FIND St.. i23 .Mceiy rumnnea roonm ror la (files or cents; alo onf hill room fl M week; furnace heat, hot bath and convenience? BEVENTH St . 1111 9 Nlrelv famished front oom. first floor, complete- on. or two irentlemeni Jprlvste family mxTTt St.. B17 N. tiv house: reoentlv cpe-iei: rerjihinr new, rooms, lie. 20c, 2ic, SI and up tr week: beds 10c: free bath. ST. LOUIS Are.. 4547 ronr lara, rooms; batn. newiy paperea anu pamiea; svao.e . ce- fTrfi 7TVEUTH St.. 2T 8 Nicely furnished room: ttt&re best: runnlrs: water. WALNUT St., UlS-Nlcely furnished front and Back parlors, sing!, or en suite, for fonts cr ori.ii ' Washington Ave. 2Ct Frcnt rooms, for gentlemen, from tl pr week up. C WASHINGTON Ave.. 113S Nleelv furn'fh-d yont ,rd back rooms, well heated, with bathr jaeap rent tWAEHINOToli Are.. fKO-Netly ftlmlshe4 pont room, fcr housekeeplne; alia hall room; Frjr nuosabltk . .. Uj "? -,. ; 4 v ..Ty w iiooms ron m:.NT, AVASH1NGTON Ae., 222J-Tvo elegantly rur nl?hed front rooma, all modern conveniences; hot and cold water. WASHINGTON A e . U4J Nicely furnished clean com fur labia ro.)ms; whoIeaI6 district; ra s pec table house, tlsht t.oustketplns tf desired; Jl ueek up WCIMER Ave.. 152S Neatly fumlhed or un furnished looms- for sentlemcn or light houaa kecuine all ootuenlenres. convenient to cars. WnsTUiNSTCn Viae. 42)1 Lcu-ca elegant rrcond ttorj front; well lighted and heated; fcouthoin exposure; guKndld location. WINHOrt Place 327 A lleaint room: eouth ern exposure, beautiful fir couple or ladles em plo, three minutes walk to Tinney, Grand. undo enter c.ira. ROOMA WITH OOARD. HCtI Ave, 3HI Nleeiy furnished room, rood ttoard, for couple or two; porcelain bath, furnace btai. (.&0 per w?k each. Ii:iIAlt ruleurd. 27i0 Nicely furnished rooms, ulth Uiard; ery convenience. PCX.MAR Ave.. 2S4 Nicely furn!ahd eecoad Ptory room; gwd puaxd; all con enlencea lH.MAH HcuievarJ. 43CO Kiegant room for Cfntlemn, accommdatiora flrst-claasj prlvaU i: a trance. DCL.MAR Uouleard. S4 Nicely furnished econd-siry front ro&ia. with tlrst-class bou.td; all cenvmknets. tULJLlAK AeT4I51 Two well -furnished rooms with board; southern exifoture, miitablo for gea tleir.cn or couple. Jewish family UEIAI Ml Boulevard 3SGi Nicely furnished Fcond-sUirj fr nt and other rooms, flrst-claaa iKjard. private family, all conveniences. nu-K&ON Pt , 90 Wt.ll fumlshsd room; modern convtnlencch, cood board; J7 per wwlc fr two nrt'ENI 6t , 2210 Nicely furnished rooms, with kooJ beard, pas. bath; all convenience! H por week, near Union ttatioi. ITXNET Ae 3704 Neatly furnished tecond sljr ro.:ns, h't tath. turaco heat; eogd tabl, li.i,-T r(p- n-fcn i1-1 ! " .-.u.. -. j riNNEV Ave. 2721 Pleasant second-story ' front modern conveniences; tood table; also ! Mug'-e reams, reasonable. n.M; Ave., ..SCtOn large cond-story un- . ., t ... .- t .. ,.u. t.- .- in-iiisacu iruni room, aio iurmaea iuum wt . GARRISON Ave. 71S N Second-story f'"11 nx-:-., nkely furni-hed. with hat. bt bath; t 6U;laVi& for cuup:tr. board. t - . ... . . ". " . uknu Ave. 23 N Ni"dy rurnisneu rooms, furnace heat: lar. detached rrodern heme, jard and barn; 4uperli-r table and i tunica I. Tn a i "S"S4 i.i w r. k: excellent board, lare. scr.j, Htcnni tnrv fr nt room for J two; hot lath, pas htat. own home, -- rt t , - (i Mr 'l, I IJtvnriI lioulevard. 25 rtorr connctlns ro n.". vil J -n tulte. fur cuuple or entlt1; i-OClT frt. 2K-Koom c: ijX Hl kLi liOUieviirU. iJiy UirJUl rtrtw.iia- vlth board, single -r fmea. . end board; good table beard, home comfort LOfTST Et 2!4S Newly furnlihed flrbt-clars board; modern conv enlences. LOCL3T St . 3j32 Neatly furnished recend stor fiont ro m; desirable board; every convenl nre hot bath. Ia I ?T st . 23 lar?e. vvell-furnlhed rooms: f.rst -class loird anl all cenvf nlenres; special fati tn famlll nn 1 seitlcmen. Thone C 73S. LUCAh Ave. 2211 Neatly furnished and beated room, with cr without boa id; J3i for two MARYLAND Ave . CCS Pleasant room, with beard, s-nall family. MISSOURI Ave.. 140-I-arce. clean rooms; hot baths furnace tent convenient to cars; good table, ttrms moderate. MORGAN Pt. KM NIcelv furn'sbed. southern exposed room, with board; for two yourg rcntle mr in HlflAN St.. 3irT Hentltltully furnShed ryims vMtli heat and all conveniences; ilrst-clasa table !-tt re. scnable. MORGAN St -Ol-XIc-lv fuml;fed l.rr. om southern exposure, lurnuce heat; hot bath; I excellent table, home cooking; icascnable; tef- trences. j - - MORGAN St. 4133-Twc n'cely furnished, jeo- , clats meals modem ImproiemfTit: will rent tingle or en suite: references exchanged. NOIIT1I 1IAIIKCT St. 4334 Children's Cot tage Home Room and board for children; on of the rrol modem in the citv; terms reason able, are taklnc children at all ages: very ea lect tralred nuis. In charge. Investigate befor, pliclr. children elsewhere, spacl pas pla grounds. OL.lK at.. JS41 Neatly fu-nlshed looms, wits Lcrd ard furrnce heat: iate3 reasonable. OI.I L t 223 Two nice rooms, neatly far nlBlied. board if d-sired walking dlstanc cf bt-slners Center: verv rvasonab!e. OLIVE St cis-Flrst-class rooms: all newly pajered. goot. tabl board, home conveniences; fi.rr.arc heat and eas; for centlemen. I'INn St 3223 Beautlfjl rooms: furnace heati gas. er I'ent table pint Pt. 3?il rtetutiful Feconl-r,rv front ard otber rooms; cood board; furnace heat; eras; tot bath. PINB ?: rV-Pleasant, well -furbished routh ern txpos'Hl room; excellent beard; every con v ennce. PINC Pt S''V Xlclv furnished rooms, eecend flavor with Ert-cu boird; furnaca beat and ccnvenlerces; very reasonable. PINE St . i'O Iarge secend-story front room, fkcamb furnished, with first-claas beard; hot and cold bath, all conveniences. VISE St. Sir Excellent table board, without rooms. eM ncconmodatlnns: plenty fruit and vepetablf-s. by dav or weec J4 per week. PINE St. S53S. Nnr Grand-Hlerantly fur n'chrC econd-storv front room; alo back parlor; very best board, furnace heat. caa. hot bath. PINE it 272 Larpe. nleelv furn.phed front room, at m laipj hall room second floor: flrat clns hoard; furnaca heat and convenlencea; ra aonabl. nrnNTD private family having cna extra room vould like to rent to some quiet coup.tf board If desired, n Z5. Republic ROOM end boird In private Jewish family; all conveniences, x iz, uepuciic. nUTGnn ST.. IMS Nleelv furnrned fecond tt,rv front rc-jm with aicove. tultable for threa yentlem'n or couple: fU'Tiace hat, hot bath, goM lUbstantlal bard. Quiet place terms rea sonable, SARAH St.. 1329 N Nicely furnished front rocm. In home cf widow, with or without board; rea-nnatl terms. MURING Ave . 729 N. (Opp VandeventAr riaco ITardpome- b'ccti 1-strrv fmnt room; with flrt c-4 t-oard. all conveniences hinrDARD Pt.. 2)1 Secund-s ton' front room, ficlnE onth furrac hcL, gas, hot bath; beat cf board: t:o per month. VEKNOV Ave CSCG Room rrlth board; pri vate family: larpa detacl el hnue In Cabmne; modern conveniences; sultabla for threo gentle men, WAFHINaTON Aver.111TIyirie room "with two closets; board In refined heme; suitable for threes In part ; reasonable. "WAII 1NOTON Avo. 311 fThe Alta VltU Reautlful roorrs v.lth Mrtt-class board; hot yth r . t.fft -Seated houce In city. V. AS1UNOTON Ave. 2M5-Txvo nicely fur nlflT'd connect Inr rooms, either single or en nilte, with flrst-clara board and all convenience!; r&ascnable. VrAHiNGTONAvV. 13I-n4aut"irurcond-foor front rrrom: southern r-rno'ure. with lt of board nnd all convenlencca; reasonable; phon C 70S. WASHINGTON Pou'eva-d. 5113 Handomey furnished rooms and l"ard: poultry and sramo three or four times week; hot-water heat; refer ences required. WEST T)nLLBPIace. ,CS Beautiful "second story front: alo second-story back room: south ern cXTMjsure. nrt-class board and service. noolIS AND nOAUD WASTED. GOOD southern vv arm room with board for laclf,. with on mI. J23 two meals, $20; threo meali Zl X 61 lUpjbllc. ROOM nnd board In private family by ccuple Alth B-ycar-old boy; rtasonabla terms. T W. Republic. ROOM and boanl for Rentleman and wife; about $M mcntli for both; no private family business. a M, Ib-publlC. ROOM, Mth board. In private fimlly. Wen End. by jounc Rent'eman; references exchanged. Address, staling terms and locatlcn. T C3, Re public YOTTNO Udr desires room, board nnd wah.nr In fnmlly; 32 10; Soutli bide preferred. Q ZZ, Re publlo. HOUSES, ROOMS, ETC., WANTED. ROOM WANTED Small, warm rocm; 7t End. convenient to cars, reasonable. II Zi, Re- IlUUIIC. TWO rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for llcbt oueper,InT. In locality of Marquette BchooL 15 Ollv oft. ROOMMATES WASTED. COOK Ave.. sr Youn? gentleman would rJiare nicely lumUlied room with roommate; llrst-class beard; reasonable rates; all conven ience. YOUNG man roommate for refned, steady . Fcr.tlerrsn: firet-cliss brard and room: furnac, ' heat al C(impnl.H(-w cv h ,..!. a kt t; .... " - - -t a ... tilling ... iOING lady deItes roommate, employed, to share room In modem house; pleasant surround ings; all homo comforts: uood board. 2CM N. Grnr.d avc. YOUNG man would llko roommat. Interested In study of mathematics; can clva aaslstanc. D CO. Republic FOIl ItnXT AP AltTM nTS,"FliATa NEWHOUSn Ave.. 1401-FIve. rooms, second floor; gas, bath, laundry, screens. FLllMSHEII HOUSES ASD FLATS FOB HEXT. EVANS Ave E376A-Nlcely fnrnltherl flat of three ; bnth: modern conveniences: no children. OARRli-ON Ave.. 1SOJ N.-Beautlfully furl nlshed -room tlat: steam-heated: Janitor- tel, rhcre: separate hall; comfortable horn,: vrr LACLEDE Ave.. rsSA-Complet, T-room wall, lurntshed flat; all convenience,; reasonaWs. .-. . S;.J. ,:,. FACTi EAST ST. LOUIS, with a population of 411,000, has hirt morn m.imi twin planti nnd factories In the last year than ST I.OUIS. with CmOCiX) people. ARMOUR PACKING CO Is building a Jl.00it.000 plant, to employ 2,500 men. This means 10,000 additional population. Other enterprises now under way add B.000 more. This meins over 65.000 people by the end of 1602. The WOHLJJ'S FAIR will benellt East St. Louis n much as St. Louis in proportion. This means over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND POPULV TION. What will It do for Real Kstate, especially in business center? DOUBLE THD PRICE, OF COURSE.' Iiuy now before the advance. JOHN C, HALL, Carleton Building. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PUIU'OSES. HAI..F of bulHer1, ofCce to nrchltrct: prl-5 JJ p-r month. Inquire room 400 Poszonl buiminf?. BIXTEEN-ROOM hottl: cfnlrally locjttd. In a county Mat of ll.OW Inhabitants, nfar ht. Iruls; rent $15: hotel furnltur, can be bought rca&cna ble. A U. Republic STORE: fin place butcher or anr other busi ness. Call lt23 N. Tenth. FOR RENT DWELLINGS. MORGAN St.. lIi-LovelY hou of eight rooms for $30. Phone. Klnloth D 1131. P. J. Caw nauifh. 1CI N. Grand ae. IMPROVED an- property BALE. FOR FOR SALE. 5727 DELMAR Twelve-room modern house, lot 40x185, two baths, hardwood finish, hot water heat, cedar cloaca, gts and electric l'gnt fixtures, shades, screens and storm win dans go with ths house. Price, S7.500.00 Gas!,. Inquire on the premises. No deduction from price named can be made foi com mission or any other purpose. 31, C00 00 Is ii per cent below the market pries- for the house. FORSALE 14-Room Brick House. Lot 23x143. rood location for boardlns-fcou.e; 7 blocks from Union Station, 1 block from Ollv, or Laclede Ave. street cars; price llM Per full particulars address M S3. Tho Republic. PnoPERTV OCT OF CITY FOR SALE. FULLY Improved stock ranch of S'0 acres la Southern Nebraska, 300 cultivated, 40 timber, al falfa, water works, new building. J12.SI0. part cash; owner selling account of age: a fine horn, pripertj: will be worth $25 acre in five years. George E. Turklngton. Omafca. Neb. FOB HEST SUDLRUA.V PROPERTY. HOUSE, 10 rooms, one rr two families: Web ster Groves; near schools and churches; for rent stcara and electrla car. Call 123 N. Eleventh st. SUBURBAN PnOPEUTV FOR SALE ROSALIE St. Tiro. Ellendale Sevn-room ub nrban house; large lot, all Improvements; cheap. MEDICAL. LADIES! Use Chichester's English Pennyroyal Rllj. Be.ll are.tt O.lr UeU.klo! T.li .. .Uer. Hue .ryoar Drffst. r ...4 4a .., ror ptrUo. " sa4IttSrilrLdl. I. tettw fcr rrl.r. mall. CalehMMr vkemlcal ;, PaJlada Pa, OEXT1STRY. BOSTON Steam Dental Rooms. 415 N. Broad way, between Lccuet and St. Charles: Et, 1471: gold flUlng. $1 up. Dr. J H. Cpe Prop. BOSTON Bteam Dental Rooms, 415 N. Broad wav Sets of teeth, J3. painless extraction, CJc; bridge work. U. Open Sundays until 1 DOCTOR A. E. MOSER. dentist, has removed from 1S24 Waahlnjrton to 610 Franklin; crown and bridge work a epeclalty; ccns'Jtatlcn: er. free DOCTOR HARTMAN. Dentist Examination free; special rates to worklnr pec-pie, plates, heat teeth, J4 to J7. N. W. Cor. Eleventb and Frank lin ave. NEW YOK DFNTAl ROOMS Lemdlnr Dentist,. Eeubllthe.1 for 42 Years. . . v--r. uroaaway ana Olive Kntrance, i09 O Ive st. Uxtiavtlni FItEB when teeth are ordered. Largest anj oldest dental estab lishment in the city. We emptor the moot skillful men In the pro- fairlnn All .. . .C a """" U1V KUJiaiUFU. ucnsuiiation t li for chean drntla! ard cet rellatle prices. Open dal to 6 p m., and Sunday from 3.0 to 1 p. m. THKATniOAI. COSTUMES Masquerada coatumea nnd w!j?s by Louis Kurth, 20C 3 Fourth it., reasonable prices. THEATRiCAI, letterheads, cards. envMopes eiu lituiLuiits. lUDs. r, omiia xjo . iy s. sev enth WANTED Attractions; town 2 E-iO; ccatlmf ca- facitv fiOO. V. C. Thornton, macaser opera-house, estua. Mo. WANTED Refined vaudeville, act and rove! tlei for Iron Mountain circuit; writs In detail. The Monitor. 22 N. Second at. WORLD'S FAIR costumer and wlgmalter; the atrical supplies for professionals. Fucrer. 521 Walnut st. DYEING, CLEAXIXO AND ItEPAinl.VG. LADIHS and (rents, have your strmenti cleine.1. dyad and reualred: lai'es' Jackets remodeled. Paris Dl elng & Cleaning Co.. 1330 Franklin. Main lSf! . OLD CLOTHI.Q BOUGHT. ALL kinds of ladles' and .entlemen'. .-nat.,. clothlrir bouiht: highest prices paid: send postal J. Davis. ISM S. Broadway. " HIGHEST cash prlc, paid for Udlei' and en ilemen', caat-olt clothlnft. Call cr send postal. Mrs. J. Miller. 60T Walnut. Kin. A 215; no branch JOE OELDER. lust from Texas, can use any amount of rentlemen's clothing, pay twice, as much as anybody, lai carr; send postal. BOOKS. PAPERS. FOR blank books, memorandums, note nockft and son; books, candy, stationery, periodicals cigars and tobacco, go to 704 Market st. OLD books bouitht and sold. Wanted Eddy's 'Science and Health." 2-vol. edition. .Shakes peare Head Book Shop. W, W. NlsbeL 13 3 Broadway. GOLD, SILVER AND NICKEL PLATIXgT DOWNING replates and repalra silverware: rold Plates, watches. Jewelry; Kood work; cnih for old uold. silver and platinum. 3o$ N. seenth. GOLD and silver platln In all branches; cish for old itrold and silver; Pne Rold for sale. See kamp & Kraui. 12H Plna st. GOLD, SILVER, NICKEL, Bran and copper platlnr. pollshlnc. lacquerln Phone Klnloeh B U. I N. Sv.nth st. fkihtmo. Al Article-Cheapest place for prlntinc; iam ples free. McGill & Co.. la N. Eleventh st? .ftPA '.n ,he Ieaa: 1'0IW huslnes cards. 11 billheads and notehends. Jl SO: quick service Etapleton & Co.. 403 N. Twelfth . Berllce- ARTISTIC Prlntlnp-Best and cheapest: -am- .. ..w. x.,u .. DLimn V.Q.. j.jj . seventh. ntTITVPcq .... ii . . . . ; r work guaranteed, rrintcrlum. 14 and 18 N Fourti BUSINESS cards, Jl; billhead,, statements or K TwrtfVi" "" thoa'ana- P- VUreyf 101 CRESCENT PRINTING COMPANY SOT N 1$2 idFfonrVmpS'.ercI, 10 W"k popul" CARPET 47LEAlfISC. EMPIRE Bteam, Caroet aeanlnic Ctx-C-rr.ta taken up. cleaned, made over and laid- T,t work: lowest prlc MJBLucasT Main UlC c 1. ENTERPRISE Etearn CarpetTcleanln ?oT Special attention to altering Tewlna ! Ind rV.i.??n Easton and Pendleton. "fiH; Sml'iWf UPHOLSTERINO. mattrs-maklng andfeath rs renovated; do you wish any work VionSt Donlgan. 1811 or 431 piu, rtj&aang HOTELS. HrVPTTT. W.i.ii.i.. m... .. - ' w - " tnjn. ., -- wu..u., .tn Emn and Chestnut , Uodtrn Improvements: rooma. Ifc a ii day; u per week and up. "" w per ILLINOIS Hotel. MO Lucas Av. vie. rie... rooma. 2Sc. Ke. n c and Jl eT dlyd .a i week and up: dally paper, fret. ' a " OPTICIANS. .?i2?S? HcCARTHT mtkt KUntlflo examl itlon: fit, alasa, w.thnn. . n..ri,. specucl, frames. U op TIP w. B'way.a;tJD.5kg OLD apectaclcs. XZ.M up; complicated cases ' lcllty:. flnwt eoulpped temrpSlo? totr! ST. Jnu OBUC4a Copr,. wtUml W ""' iv iruni r u m. ik aiOEV TO LOAN. On 1'eiwsii) Property. A PRIVATE party loans money on furniture. easy paments. confldrtlal nnd proper trut lr.ent E01 Chemical building- Klchth ani OIHo MONRT to loan on furniture. pI.ino3 and all irnod scurltles; lowest rates in the city, busi ness strictly confidential; est. 1S73. 1001 llorean. A GCNTLnMAN 1-atliE surplus funds will ad anco inc-ney en furniture, pianos and to per manent salaried emplojes. &JJ Benoist bulldmr. 132 X. Ninth MONUT loined prtlarleil people ulthout securi ty. Ion est rnt, repajments tasy. Drake, 121.6 Chemical building. MOUND CITY XTNANVE CO advan. ci tnon-y on silarles. pianos an! furniture; conndentHl. til th tlma jou want. 4J2 Benoltt building. Ninth and 1'Ir.e. honey! Emm EAST-PA VJIENT I.OANS CN PIANOS, HOUSE HOLD GOODS Olt ANV GijOI Se.CUUITT We will mike jou the CHEAPEST L4IAV In the city on OJr new HPILDIVG ASSOCIATION P'-AN. which Is . :e easiest PLAN In ihe vorld Ihe PAYMENTS can be arrunctd sa that QV can repay the loan In easy WEEKLT. MONTH LY cr YEARLY rovrneliti. wur i-i.a?. enaoies vou vo repiy jour account ee?w5arreTf NE'VERJ re: wivno-u any trouble or mconvenien' iir-vti;iliji;n. GOODS AltE MOVED TVe will give you ALL THE TIME vou want and, will carry joJr LOAN as long a delred vfc will pav all yrur tills and a Ivartc ou more monej. It is eusler to pay one than a num ter I.N CASE OP SICKNESS OR OUT Or EMPLOT- 1IENT. WE WILL PXTtiND YOl J( LOAN Remembtr, In d-allrg with us thre are no ad vance charges whutewr LIHERAI. HISCOl .NT IPPAID nEPORR DUE. tf JOU ear-iot clll. WRITE or TELEPHONE nnd we will Fend our representative to vour place wlih the money NEW YORK PINANCE CO. ROO .IS 207-2W-209 AND 210 ODD FELLOWS lU.IiG NINTH & OLIVE ST3 TELEPHONE MAIN 3S8M. WE LOAN HIDiMEY On Furnifu-e, Pianos, Etc. We loan frv.ni ;i) to KM. We LlAV Tl the iro In vniie rrCQT7-cTr,. JJ, cheerful!) give our TEIlilS and HATES. JJe make lens in BAST ST. LOUIS. Jou get the money on SHCP.T NOTICE. Jiou receive the full amount in i'.v,n Jou may keep It ONE month or MOREL You rav ONLY for tl-e time you ii'e it. Tou may pay WEEKLY if jru de-lr.. You mny hive jour time extendtd If s'ek. Our rtes are as IXItV a. tl-e LOWES,'!-. Our rfflces are the MOST PRIVATE Our bu lnis I- STRirTLY ronditertlil Our motto Is COI'RTEOUS TnnATMENT. Our t lephone Is Klnloeh n nil Our rd "res: fl'LLERTON HI.Dii. T'h ard Pin, Our ro n. arc 2-K) " in I 20J second floor Call. Ttrlte cr teVr-hon. u TUQ HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. JV3QNSY TO LOAW o FtiixiTcnn, pixos, horses. JY? Cas' and WILL giva joj a CIIKPEIt ItATE of Interest than any other company in city, and jou can choose YOUR OWN TIME for f'ng hack the loan and AMOCNT OP PAY MENT jou .ii to make, either weekly cr Jionthly. and jou PAY FOR ONLY such time as J'oa have hsd monA'. GOODS REMAIN tn your on possession, and If jcu GET SICK or OLT OP WORK vve will hold pument. so ther. N no darper of loalnp our rod- There Is NO PUR. LICITY OR INCON'VK'NIENCE. papers can be signed at houfe. Vou can get money same day you apply w will pay any lni-.-htednes3 on your Roods sr.d give you MORE MONEY. If you cannot call, write or telephone, and w, will send acent to eTplatn our Kvteni. Tel. B 434 F1IIEI.ITY BROKERAGE CO. Rocm 1 Mansjr buildinc. 914 Ollv, st. FUP.N8TUUE LOAfS. EASY PAYMENTS-LOWEST RATES. Money leaned on furn'ture, pianos or any security, without removal. Terms to suit. No publicity. Call, wtlte or telephone Main KHU and we will call. NATIONAL. TRt'ST CO. nooM mi MERMon-iACC.Rr ni no . COR URQAUWAY ANU LOCL'ST. SALARIED EMPLOYES vrtit .- I HtjfV 13 lllfL.1. your bulne"i Is ftrlctly contMential? Do ou K now uhnt 1 h ! ma ns ? ."nil ii- . rf t a Tnlin Mulholland. Cll Century building. Tekphona Main 2i70. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! Tor salaried men and tvomen. without s"curitir, at low (.ft rates, can be paid Lack In tmill week lj or mcnthlj pajments; conhdemlal consulta tions In private rooms. alo monv loaned on furniture; hours S to 6. Equity finance Co, 3410 Union Trust building. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. We furnish you money quickly and confiden tially; without security. National Credit Co, rooms 01-502 Chemical tutidlns. Elgnth sad Olive sts HONEY ADVANCED SAUPIED PE01E, Teamster. b-iardIrs;-houee keepers T-itl.out re-nzr-Ity: eat-y rrjn.ents: larct ba-lness In i- princi pal cities. Tolma'i, Wl llouser Lldg . W) Chestnut. riXATVCIAt. 509 sharel Equitable Lard and Oil Company; lie a share. A D3. Republic. 1 'U.JJIW l UIW ' )' n ci,,n t-- Ill mlMUM qii y i 100 SHARES Equitable Land and Oil Co. at 23 cnts. II 4. Republic. KMfinTS of iToxor. vrvtr nNXi:R lodge, no i4u k. or ii.. fv1, rains first and third Thursdavs at Hovt jZjJ ard's Hall. Garrison avenue and Olive -l-l-street All Knlchts cf Honor are In cited to attend our meetings JOHN DIETRICH. Dictator. 3112 Alice avtnue J If. Hubbard. Reporter 1105 Oljsgow aifim. ?tv- CIIKVALICIt IXIDOE. NO "iS". (TZ.Vf) meet every ihst and third Thurslay at Ji&iJV.Northvvestern Hall. 2T04 St. Ivuli avenue. All Kfllchts of lienor lnvite.1 to cur meetings. c U BTUVENPOJJ. Dictator. 233.1 Morgan street. V. A. Clajtcn. Repcrtsr. 2739 Dacon street. ItOTAL ARCAXBM. CABANNE COUNCIL. NO 12f. Rojal Arcanum, meela second and fourth Thursdajs of each month at Rose Hill Hall. Maple and Hair.iltun avenues, at S p. m. Ylsltlcv; broto tTA Invited to attend. A. J. QIJINLAN. JR.. Resent. It. A. McCurdy, Secretary. GRAND COUNOL. MISSOURI ktoyal Arcanum. 309-211 Holland uu.llnr. A coraini welcome to v- I tors, friends, brethren and member rum abroad. i. j MEisnn u. r- Carl Moller Grand Secretary. COTE RRILLIANTE COUNCIL. NO. 1293. It. A. meets every firit and laird Thursday at Buehler's Hall, south-ast corntr of Taylor and Easton aveau.s, at I o'clock. Visitors cordlallj welcome. J. TV. HEADEN. Regent, rjeo. TV. OaIl"way. Stcretary. KMG11TS OF FATHER 3IATIIC1V. SLTREME COUNCIL. KNIGHTS I cf Father Mathew. Office. No. lSf3 Ixvcust Street Write, rail cr tele phone C M9 for printed matter. DANIEL O'C. TRCY. Supreme Chief Sir Kn'ght. Thos. S. Uowdern. Supreme Recorder. ST. LATVRENCD O'TOOI.E COUNCIL. No S Knights of Father Mathew. meets on llrst and third Monday of each munth. at School Hall, ill) O'Fallon street. All member, requested to b, present. Visitor, welcomed. JOHN M. HENNESSY, Chief Sir Knight. John J. Scully. Recorder. RED ME!t. MINNETONKA TRIBE. NO. 41. IMPROVED Order Red Men. meets every Friday at D-ulds' Hall, southeast corner Ninth and Mailret street,. Work In Adoption degree. Eighth rup, no breath ararp. Visitors coraiallv Invited Members ex pect, d to attend E. M. COTTA. Sachem. William Depp. C. cf R-. 101! Hamilton ave. STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO. 2S. Improved Order of Red Men. meets every Thursday sleep at Druids' Hill. southeast corner N'nth and Market .MrMt. 8rst Thursday of each moon. Adoption degree; second Thursday. Warriors' de gree: third ThiiM blaT Chief." deirree- fnnt-th , Thursday, tribal business. Visiting chief, tnvlt- S".5r.?.!r'r,ba,1, busln-' rt,OOT """"Trr.T-i F. Scovll, c. efRa WALTER C MOORE. Sachem. mi nun sueet. TT-111 ftt a t-I-ill ail.1lt nVinanar fr,nn jt'V.i t-. ,t"2aF,ri "mount, fr.,m TEN ndLilki&tiizS-niOv'. work at Ictimt oau vvnv net ro to the cheap. t place. sccncT socinTics. KMHIITS OF PYTUIAS? AOIK IXIDGH. NO. S1J K Or P . meets every Tuesday eenlnK ot 8 o'clock slmrp In Iturllnston bulldliie. 810 Oluo Ultors tonllally Invited and member, expected to attend rR VNK UnitRT. a '. ..Altest: O TV CTIfton. K. of It. fi. S.. No. K13 Nnrth Twent -second street. AURORA IIDOII NO. et K OF P, mectl nt Delabar-" Hall Brnndnar and bgtT l-lm street, l'ridiy etnlnfr. TVo-It In tlw iiT..t?n.? or, K"lKht Peb-uary 21. 1302. A cor dial Invitation Is extended to all J. J. IIun.1. K. Cf n. & S. vnVT.I-,B Jlf-H' ?ai;oritr ixDon, ISO 2. IT rtf I rtin.tle.,.e 11..1111 ' 810 Olive stMet'-Rf-uiar cVmentloni' sec- Th. V '"ii??1 "r';)l". .Sr'?.c.h P' on Prld ".. t-"L":""r.."..HPK ." w-lronie " iEUu;u ,. visitors always JCTia's. c. rink. IC. of r!' . s. SI0!aua- c- c- ""pvViPiSi.SVV m ..i'.'r-T-."ln "n" ol"" Streets On business meetlns. Visitors cordlillv inltert' ...- -----., .. ni. a t, it. Knariju A.te... ,7 ,T ...."C C. - '"J ijurimci i, i.. oi it. &. H. nmk of IMko Thnr1nv. Tebruiry 20. Members cxpeUcd and vlsltori Invited J- Otto. K olRts OHEVVLirit LODGE. NO TO K. OP P Cntle Ilnll In OH Fellows' Temple, Hall No 2. Eighth Floor-Kegulir meet ings everv Wedne.rliiv .unim. c -.b- ernrp. Iluslnts- of lmi.ortnn Wedne-diy even ing February 2C 11j2 VMtlnr knlchts always welcome. "STANLEY P PEr!CE C. Attest: Ifflih W Sorrenfrel, K ollt'iS Address. 2 Arrenal etreet. COLUMBIA LODGE XO 22G K OF p Meet everv Tuesdnv evening Rt S o clc-rk Eat Hall. Century building. rSlnfh flnil (lilvii s.friittr T..nj-,.. .. Ing v-or.t In rank rf Kn'ght. amplified f-rm. Members requested to !e pr.s.rt Vltoro wfl con"'T, n .. O A. bCIIENK. C. C ' FDcmpv. K R & S. ft DAMOV LOriGP. XO 2S. K OP p" meeti e'erv WMmt evening at Tra ternnl hulld'nr. H.venth street int Frnnliln ilemii n.i ... - . i - Members or th. lnntnrr Sl'VK '"'" OC " "M "" Hot j &. n. EermeJkAf-l-oA Evnns avenue. PFTFPF GRFV.T LOPOn n re. K. 15? Sf r rneeti every WtdneMiv" even'nc at NJ X,? 'hx- at Hov nr.I's Hall. Tlil'-tletli aid Otlve streets Wedne.fltv ,i,.Tn. r.s. ru.irv 1. vvni-lt In rank of Knlitht. All knlfihts are fraternally Invited. . . W. I. EULER. a C TV A rt"brn. K of R s- S f GI'ltMANIA lllinn. NO B K OI- I .. meet3 rvtrv Thursday eveniri- at f'astle II-ill. in Ilurl'nEtin lulldliR, Nn V10 Olive treel VV'.V In tlia -.1. T- ,v. Thiirrtnv. Ivt ru i-y M visitor-) cordially invited. membeis expected t ,. ,- .-TO,IN" HVNSIlEnRY. C. C. J. McKason, K. of R AS OS.vWR ICnlrht nt TlPXt rfinifflUnn C-Ie.-. OTOWN Vui,orccrdi-,flv' 8ZH" "PeC,Cd . Henry C. Scott. K. cf R.V's. MILLEP- & G PACIFIC LonOE. NO tit r or & 57"k'.7 w5'",,ay evenlnsj tn Cn 5 turr.bulWlnr N nth and Olive .treet. tnTite vi ,". exn"ctl''1 nd vis'tors cordially 5S . c? t ork in CJU."'re rank Wedn.day even InK, February 13 p r ROGERS - f J. W. Campbell. K. of k OGERS' C' a pahagon lodge, no. ej. k. of p.. ?ZA rW 'I'i' "rale In hall No. 3 Odd Fellow!' huiMinrr C!ntVi .n- oil,.. ' .freeia x-. q..i. .- . Jr . . . . -A ; .iiy, ninK or rape. Members ard visitors are cordially invited ... . r . . ROY Y DRryiU'S, c. c. Atlest: Frank Johnscn. K of R. & si JJ" TR 0Jr- -Rei PREMIER LODGE NO ZK. K. OF P. Reuulnr meetlnff everv Thu-sday even- - ' ' o i. uaa eenow. rumainjr. t ihun.iv Vrnrlr It. -anl r.r iea-,-il-a Vl.mV... .....4 lt. ,, -V . .. . wLHivEt. uiiu ,aiior- rniBuy mv lien . 1NO A. BRUNCH. C C - W""' K-cfR a IJf RFD CROE51 LODGE. NO. 51. KOrr "5,Q Hall Ninth and Olive streets. February direct. Pahmarv rs. Ru-lnecs All InMita are Invited tt tt. t, ,,r- '- TnrCKKVMILLEK. C C. n. W Deldlrg. Ivof R. i S WALNUT LODGE. NO. Jin. K OF P.. r-teverv- Thurdav evcnlnir it 8 o'clock Bf .i.i.p ai i.iRnino'ie-. Ilsil. southeast enr- Tier TTlev.ntH .f.SA. n t- ,.,, isltors cordially lnvitfd on I mmler excec'el. r. . JTT'. J " I'HRKINS. C. a r.'rre A Mentrrl. K. cf R .. S WASHINGTON LODGE. NO 1'1 rf of P. meets everv Kr'div evcr.Inc at 3 fenco'hall No'' ,.?Sffff anbS"o.?f; ' ? lnt? 'V'SS:?"!?".-2.!:. "'i..1.'! . streets rank of Kn'ert. All member, emetrt? f-n.ii.i Invitation to vlsltlrc bitluen to at'end. HENRY HAnruit. c c Joseph P. Dummlch. K. of R. i S.. 3104 Clark. ? i;i'rJ,.,l?H.:0Ti5,.?or; p.: ' ' :"""-"' ?-v""" "'"" -r- v Hall No I tcnfi "nor Centurv bulldmc. ac ; o riork. iiU5inesi meenrr rr im- tortnnce nnd Ptnoke-. All members expected and visiters cordial! Invited to attend SIDNEY J MAIIARV. C. a Alte-t: O HI Ilroa-i K of R & S ACIEAT I'HEE AST) ACCEPTED MASONS. Itcra alnaj. heartily welcome E. r WIKTC3T. Reeent. No. S3 N. Sixth street. It J. Rraun. Secretary. & OEOTtfJE WXHINriTOV LOr)OE NO. 9. A. I". A. A. M. "ill luM stat'd com munication at T.3 o'clocl- Tue-da even ing. Februarv 23. r.02. at JInonIc TemDle. Grand and Itnn.y avenues, for work In tho M M. drzrce. Members are pa-netly requested to attend. Visitors are fraternal ly Invited A. L. MARION. W. Jl. Henry Llhou. Secretary. . AJIISDITHI Conlstorv .A KcollKh Illto teenth and L COUNCIL AND MISSOURI MISSOURI I AAA S It . will Rite Cathedral corner :d Locust streets on Thursday. February S nt s o'clock p. m THO.MAM J I'ROSKR, Comminder. A V &TEWART. Ma'tor of KadjSh. John R. 1'arson. Registrar. fc MISSOURI IJinGE. NO 1. A. T. & A. M. State! cjrnmun'catton at Corinthlin tlall Grand Avenue Ma-onlc Temple. Thursday. TVbruiry 23. at 7-30 p m Rec- ulnr order of buslnesi fctereoptlom views of I'Mllrplne IMands battle of Manila and other subjects E. A 's. F. C 's ard M M 's are Invited to attend CIIAS McLEAN. TV. M. John II Deems, Secretary, . ORIENTAL CHAPTER. NO. 7S. ROYAL Arch Maeons Stated convention Thurs day, rcbruarv 20 at 7:50 o'cicck p. m.. arx and Jeerson avenves. vvora: ia Mark degree. Companions Invited. It. II CAFFALL. Secretary. a ST L AlVde. V o'clock. ST LOUIS LODGE. NO 20. A. F. M hpectai oomn'unicm.on i" lneday) eveninc. I'et ruarv 1. at J v- cnrinthlin Hall. Masonic Temple. . . t-l A.ln... VUltHM Work In E. A. dfKr.ee. "'""""" fraternally wdcom. g rtASSITUR. TV. M. Thos. J. Brltt. Secretary. lMyL-I'ti.NUEaT ORDER FUHESTERS. COURT COTE BRILLIANTE. NO. S3S. I. O. T-nerular meetings second and fourth Tu Fa7. in each montnt Bowman's , Hall. $ corner Eleventh and Locust streets. Malting Foresters 'ld'ROTI,K.MANN. vmlet Ranger. Wm. G. .TTIght. Recording Senetary. .no. 4Sa Kennerlv aven-.e. ORDER OF COLU.TinlAN KXIRHTS. EXPRESS LODGE. NO. 73. ORDER of Columbian Knight., meets every . ernnJ and fourth Thursdav. Nett r' .,, nm..p V.-nt.n.nv,. IT 1nlH,,inn Xt11 At. members and brother knlshts ar. cy rorrtlaliy invliea. DOCTOR A. P. JORDAN, President. r. E. Kaiser, t-vcretary. THIItn OF un.V-IIUR. TRIBE Or BEN HUR. ST. LOUIS COURT. No. 4. Tribe ot Ben Hur mecta to-night at Twenty-Second and Franklin avenue. Shoemak ers' Hall AH sons and daughter of Hur wel come. W. A. DURST. Chief. Alice C. Mulkcy, Scribe. 1721 Franklin Ave. KMGIITS AND LADIES OF HO.OR. V EST GATE LODGE. NO. ES, K. I of II., meets first, second and fourth Thursdays .of each month at their hall. No. 2S01 Franklin avenue. Vlsltine mem . bers cordially invited to attend. J. D. McCARTT, Protector. Ulnetta Stephenson. Secretary. AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. LAFAYETTE COUNCIL. NO. J12 A L. of II.. meets everv "eccnd ami rn'nh ijiuieuuy evening, .i i raternai ouilding. northwest corner Eleventh and Franklin ' avenue. Companions from slsjer councils cor- dia.iy invittu. luui sn.vuivb, commander. TV. II. Adams. Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. 453. meets every first and third Tuesday, at West End Hall, southwest corner Finney and vandev enter avenues. Visiting knights are cordlallv Invited JOHN 3 1.2AHl t . 9na Kn'sht. Jos. c Carroll, jr.. Bscordnut secretary. -. ' "t jt; -- f-u-nH1 Jim. A?Jr-: I,AI;1- or monitor i.or.nn. ci' ..., . ?! ' - " every Thursday v-iC1. l" " !tuTV bulldinu feast hall). a A KECULU! JIEETINO OF CORNER- 1 v:'fi""ij--. v.uai . i-Tlese, Al. j. Gallery, .... rrV "tone lovikp -no is. a .. s. a m . will ii""' - u. toward A. Hurrltt. waiter A hlirld at siiionlc Tempi" llondav. at H Brady. Hurton II. Law. Louis J. Veter- - ,ru p. ni. iijr n.-in in ne i list an., iniru ilk anu jonn M. Kelson. G ComDanv degrcea. Visitors alwavs welcome. ' -v.uvttuj. iv.i.Tstt fc.ri'vvriTVt? tvt xf ' - James A Smith, jr.. Secretary. EAST SIDE RAILWAY IS REPORTED SOLD. Clark Bros. Said io Have raid Nearly ?2,000,000 for East St. Louis Line. The report was current in East St. Louis j-estrrday that the East St. Ljuia Electric I Railway had been Bold by the Terminal , Association to Clark Brothers of Philadel- I , .. ., .,.. .,. .... -,..! i iniu. it was switeu un" !-.- j-.,.- i for tho property is between $l.0.tX and 2.- t.fjO. Representatives of the pnnaueipnia sfeetVailway masnatea inspected tho sheds. power-house and lines of tho road jtstcr- , Julius S. Walsh, president of the Terminal Association, admitted that the deal was on, and ttated that tho price offered was a large one. but said that the deal had not been consummated as ytt, and probably will not be beforo the first of next week, lie was unwilling to make public the de tails of the sale at the present time. It is said that John Rromlctlu is slated for su perintendent of the line, when It becomes the property of the Clark brothers. tieriunulu Ilelovv Pur. Trust companies continued tho feature of thn St. Louis Stock Exchange yesterday. The Gertnania stock sold at J190.73. it ba imr the llrst of the newly organized trust companies to sell below par. At the morn- The fullness In front is arranged in clus ing session Lincoln Trust soid dow n to $21 ! "''aMLlInS'nu'lorn? a Waf- wnicti was a urop ui vi.m inw u.,.. ..- last sale on Tuesday. Orders to buy cauatd a rally of four points in the afternoon. A noticeable feature In the recent dis turbances ot the stock market has been the ab-ence ot speculation in the bank stock'. i'"J " ;",-" J" . . '"."7'- . r."'x. " f t!'e "", ? m? JiLe J-0 Thu clais of securities uppears to nave Throushout they havo hetn suor.g, and held with such conlWtiice thai the uwnirs have not liquidated to any extent, even when tha market was most troubled. Third "National has hfen es.pecially ttrons. l'xiiosllluii l'ropi-rty bule. Tlio falo of the Uxposition property under deeu of trust on February K. is being looked forward to with considerable Inter est lit local financial circlts. A representa tive of the Itondholdcr'a Committee ktaated jeiterday that he had assurances that there would be at least three bidders at the tale. In the absi nee of am other purchas er, ho hald. the bondholders will buy In tho property, paving for It In bund.s, of which they control nearly all that are outatand lnc. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the United Hallways Company of St. Louis will take place Monday, March 5, at the ofllce of the company, room S0C-, Security building. Tho principal business of the meet ing will be the elecuon oi eleven uireciors. In accordance "ivith the laws of Missouri. no person can vote who has not owned hl3 stock for thirty days prior to the election. Transfer books of the company will be closed ieoruary A, and opened March 4. ILLINOIS NATIONAL GUARD. Orders of Promotion and Election Issued at Springfield. REPITILIC SPECIAL. Sprlngfleld, 111., I"eb. 13. The following en listed men of the First Infantry'. I. N. G., have been ordered by Adjutant General ISeeco to report to Major M. L. C. Funkhou eer. president of the Board of Examiners, for examination for promotion: Corporal Jlaurlco O. Fulton and Privates Burnell II. Mallory of C Company and Sergeant James V. Croak of I Company. Upon his own upplicat.on. Captain J. Frank Wall!, late ot C Company, sixth In fantry, has been placed upon the retired list. The election of John W. Cushman to be Captain of the company, to succeed. Wahl. Is conllrmed by the department. An election Is ordered to. be held in G Company, S,xth Infantry, at & p. m . Mon day, March 3. for Captain and to till such other vacancies ns may cxiM at that. time. Captain Charlea U. Frlsby of the Sixth In fantry will preside. Upon recommendation of the command to? officer. Private John B. Dohney, who. Waft rirnnnpd frum A "V,Trtr?tiv- C-fi, T ?h!. - deScrter- U res"rtd to duty. The resignation of John R. McCabe as Firsit Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant of the Seventh Infantry is nccepted. Honorable discharges from the military service of the State are Issued to the follow- lis enlia men: first infantry Private Forrest Isham rest Isham, A Company; Privates Frank ' Jicyers. vjnnnps l 'iiinnm nnri inbn . llichmond. I, Company. Sixth Infantrv I in n5.rfr, ,il t-i v.'- V"a",f rV Stow" nn,i .-rim,'? $ Ivlnc lt,r "' Hopkins and Clarence V Spawn. G. Company; Pri- l .V i. Y ln?c'n - IlWsely. John F. Dee- 1 ..!., it unu oerKeant. tugene J. Krelaer. u Company. Seventh Infantry Corporal -. . v-uiiniij anu r-r.vaies nooert u. WEDS DAUGHTER OF LANDLADY. Arthur Savignac Gives Mrs. Mul ler a Surprise. Arthur Savlgnao of No. 1710 North Four teenth street and Miss Ella Muller. or the same address, were married yesterday by Justice of the Peace Robert Walker, It be ins a case where the boarder won bis Ia,",UaIy dnuKhter for a bride. When a landlady takes youns men as boarders. It is not a safe propositi it they have marrlaceahlo daughters." Faid Mr. Saiflgnac yesterday. "In mv .. if S.. only a question of knovvlnb; Jlis Muller formed, and the fact that we "are StMl HUng with Mrs. Muller la evidence that ?a13Vfe.bee,n ,forSven. -Mrs. .Muller enter tained friends In our honor to-night." illi.vois supitEJiiTcounr. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. ,r,Spnflfl11' U- .Feb- "--Proceedings !n the Supreme Court trwlnv e.,i.i: tnnni.hertrSt5j- "' Peole: t!on by appellei denied. c,rtlfled CP" ot Appellata Court 'brief Nelsh ts. Gannon; order takinff cas, e,t asld. SECRET SOCIETIES. IWDEPEJIDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS LACLEDE LODGE. NO. SI O P'F" raeets In hall No. 4. Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and OUv. streets. ,very Thursdar evening Work always on hand. 5sc,An wi JANSEN. Noble arand. Clarenc, E. Moor,. Secretary. SUMMIT mnnvT! wn rr t 0. F.. meets ever" Thur.dw ntirht tt 2900 Manchester avenue. Members urced to attend. vuttni al.... welcome. Work every evening. A. E. CONNEU. Nobl, Grand. Wm. Conner. Secretary. WILDEY LODGE. NO. 2. L V. O. F-, meet, Tuesday evening at each week at Hall No. I. Odd Fel low e' building, corner Ninth and Olive, at P. ra. Visiting brothere ar cordially invited. J. F. PR1CHARD. N. O. F Moore. Secretary. ROYAL TRIBE OF JOSEPH. ST. LOUIS LODGE, NO. 7. ROTAL Tribe ot Joph Regular meeting of this lodge win oe neia in Ancnor hu. Jeffer-or. and l-arg avenues. Haluraay , 5 .cn.nvf. teoruary a. itjs, at I o'c.ock. j All members requested to be present. Visitor, welcomed. o. S. BROWN. Patriarch. W. D. Gillespie. Scribe. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. ST LOUIS AERIE. NO. 41. F O E meets every Thursday night and the first Sunday afternoon of each month at Havlin's Hall. Sixth and Walnut atreeta. Tlsltlng brethren welcome. mvnin T-r-.T. ... John A. Gernez. W. B..' 1007 Chestnut itree't. NATIONAL UNION. EADS COUNCIL. NO. 4S7. NATIONAL UNIOV meets flrst and third Thursday, at 8 n m in Iiowmana Hall, northeast corner Eleventh and nv.n w tctvtt--to ' .... W. Depp. SecretJrVl ' ""' "" LOOKOUT COUNCIL. N'O avi x.-.n-m.... Union, meets flrst and third ThnnuiiVi .. . ,... JOIIN W.-DEEMAN-Presl'd S I Phone Mam 2447A. I -- mound city counts w ,.T BR, National UnlonT iSSS onecSS- . fourth aa.eacTmVh?Howa?dn'. U Ha", corner Garrison avenue and Ollv, ' nSS h '.ort,?!,lL 1" -"W ft" ruary 14. Sneclal fntnlanm.., ., award for attendaaM. 1 JUchaxaB. J SHIMON'S DYSPEPSIA CURE When Pref. Munyon jays his Tyspepa!a Car will cure indigestion and all forms of stomach trouble he srnip'y tells the truth. It will cure av stomach that has bren aburd by over-catmjf and over-dnnlinif. It mil cure a stomach that hat been wealned by oM-st) 'e drugs. It will do mucA toward matinp an eld stomach act hie a ound one. At all druits 25 cents. Fifty six other cure. Munvon, New York and Philadelphia, HUMthVS IMULES CLUES CITISSB. LADIES' STYLISH WRAPPER Biscuit and Itrown Cliallie a Verj Attractive Color. Ladies' Wrapper, with Yoke, No. S34fi. Biscuit and brown challie is here attrac tively trimmed with brown velveteen. This combination of colors is much worn at present, and makes as stylish house gowin as It does street toilets. Tho wrapper is made over a glove-fltted, lining which closes In tho renter front. The linclr W hnv-nhilfpil In thn renter and flD- , niie(i -ir the lowtr edce ot the round ioke. teau liack In front the fullnet-s H con tlnri! at the waist with a elvet belt that is included in the underarm seams and drawn down in front where the ends cross. The smooth underarm gores, fronts and hack provide ample fullness, which falls gracefully to the Iloor. The wrapper closes graceiui y to tne uoor. ne nnniier cms lmislbly in front. A plain velvet collar completes the neck. 854S-LADIES' WRAPPER WITH YOKE. 32, 34. 36, 33, 40, 42 and 44 inch bust The one-piece bishop sleeves are fitted to the arm with narrow box plaits which ter minate a few Inches from the lower edge, where the fullness forms puffs. They ar finished with narrow velvet wristbands. Charming house gowns may be developed) In French flannel, cashmere, nun's veiling. Henrietta or albatross, with yoke and col lar of contrastlnc material. It is also marto j of one fabric, and ribbon or fancy braid user! to decorate the yoke. n- M..i... , ....- , .t.. a. . will remiim rvn mni. r fv.e---. material. The pattern. No. SMS, Is cut In Pizcs for a S2. M, 35, 38, 4v, 42 and Inch bust measurer "" "" UKU THE REPL'RUC PATTEItX COUPON INDIES' WRAPPER, NO. S5IJ. Be sure to give bust measure, nam and address, and mail with 10 cents to THE PATTERN DEPARTMENT OP THE REPUBLIC. iJ"n u No. SMS. Price 10 cents inches Name Address . and appeal dismissed for want of assignment cC errors. Johnson vs. McDonald: motion, by appellea ta file additional record and dlsmls, denied. Turrer et nl. vs. Harao: motion by appellee, for an extension cf live day, in which to flle briefs. Friedman . lusher; suggestion of diminution of record and motion by defendant In error ta dismiss writ. Village of Dalton v. Dalton; motion by appel lee to file briefs Instantor allowed. Citv of Snrlnir Vnllev v. (ni-1n. T-.M n.l Ccrrrary; motljn for leave to file petition for ctrtlciarl. Ogden vs. Ogdcn; motion of appellant to wlth craw part of record allowed. Tcken on call: City of Chicago vs. Peck: City of Chicago ys. Chicago . L. B. Clerk: Ctty of Chicago vs. Cor coran; City rf Chicago vs. Walsh: City of Chics-K0,s- I;,0,'e''k: Glos vs. Cratty: Brennan. recstvnwv vs. Gallnaher: Starkweather vs. MaElnnU: Tbir Ilff va. City of Chicago. Adjourned to o'clock to-morrow morning. NO SERVICE ON W.T GILHAM. Empire Hotel Proprietor Has Xoli Been Found. Eeputy Marshals have been unable bo far to get service on William E. Gllham, pro prietor of the Empire Hotel, who Is charged with violating the city ordinance requiring: ;I.I,i-h0ite,!'i.lnd lodging-houses to b. equipped with lire escapes. His case is set for trial In the First District Police Court for this morning, but he has not been found. Robert B. Snow of No. 3M6 Delmar ave nuevwno ls saId ,0 be ono f 'he owners of the building, is made a Joint defendant with Gllham. When the court closed yes terday thera wns nn rpnnrt tn chnw tk.t Mr. Snow had been served with the police. summons. Thn Rrnlr la .b sT.Ti -? ir - ,,, nII - .r.". -irh ST, I k.."".. 'XTl morning of February 9 with, the loss of n-J" . "-; M ft , M"cu ua via ctcu iivt:3. Gllham has not been seen In St. Louis since the fire. It Is reported that ho has been In California tor his health, all ths winter. TRAINS COLLIDE AT MIDNIGHT. Excitement Among Passengers, but No One Was Hurt. Considerable eicltement was caused among the passengers of outgoing; jr., K. & T. train No. E. which collider! with . freight train which was being switched by nf,TtSSfn3 FeFy Company crow at the root .. A "- "uruy aiter mianlrht yesterdav rnnrnfnf v , 1 'jrP? --' .ui. WW aa nurr OU ww uumagea Bllgntiy cars xtrns cnfonViaTt in Sn."'0e - V" tWS n I - The sudden stop or the passenger train i011 .the passengers and some or them 5an out to sce wnat the trouble was. The. ?Sff ?. sll"ht- howei'er. thkt th. V11"1 continued on its way without much 'reIaJ;; Charles Blackburn or FTaSkto Jlinntrnn tuawt Yia nlnMA. -w J '.' ' & &, 7r i.raln' whJle JormSdJjfSi No. 14S7 ArHniyfOT. nvnu .- il lmJll i T F x? a. rlT ."'.';,.T?r.",. " OI U I I )l -?-?--s,,i. .j-.-jv-.t.;. ,-;-., iSlsfeg, Via rfldlijfcl aj31anyy g i rv i f I WjyyfsVlJ'MvVMljnnw la tf mmMMm m WMeJIm i ilWl Wim i Hi lKs2'Cy;v!i&VSSX. 15