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WH-ijTKS'" mf te f N' THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. NOYEMBEE 12, 1902. 12 it - '4 to Iv,s :ji m & & s. & Ife P fe ? V BIRTHS. MARRIAGES ' AND DEATHS. nccoiio of miiths. O. and A. Juielc Ashley building: girl. J. an J M. Frye 2203 Benton: boy. A. and C Hagedorn 212 Mlvxni'i: glrk JL and J Petera. 1310 Geyer: boy., 11. and M Henry, 4249 Easton: girl- . 1". and M. Mealier. 3216 Winnebago: boy. J and 31. I-.ahm.ccr, 4152 Juniata: boy. J. and J. Bertel'me-ler. 3S-J7 North Broadway. if" end E. Trajban. 2921 South Eighteenth: boy twins. , S. and It PMI. til Chann'ng; girt. S. and J rain. CH3 faeanlan: girl. O and M. Terch. 2100 S:uth Mntb: girl. P. and II. Loughlin. SCI Water: boy. II. and A. Kotlkcr. 240 Itlalr: girl. J and 31. Olesse- 4300 Papui: bo II. and O. Snvder. 4123 south Mnth: boy. L. and T. Thlerlach. 413 Morgan: boy. J. and A Sheen-in. 2"33 Adams: t.r. i nnd I- Nabrv. '.lit Patterson: boy. IV and II Bckert !i Hickory: boy. IX and J. Green. 5SS6 Cans: CJl. K, and I.. Rout. C33 Dagot: sir!. J and II. Eublnovltch. 2JI0 C-rr: gin. A. and M ItasseL 2601 North Mnth: girl. A. ond K. ("Hamper. 2S4U Indiana; girl. 11. and IL Davldvn. 2205 Olive: B.rl. A. and .T Miller. C olive: boy. II and M. HacliK )i7 H.ck-ry; boy. O r-nd L. D-kardt. ll 41ra.tr.an: Klrl. S nnd A Jarroiski. 1227 Ctetltns: Ctrl. A and M. Hanker, 1212 North Third; boy. F. and A Jr. tk. ls-'e S.uth Twelfth: girL S. nnd A. Knlidrlg. 336 South Second; Klrl. C and E. Acetate; 216. SIorEan Ford; lm. MVIUtUGE I.ICESES. James r Strcett m Walngton Maud 1U '2a IJndill Cbarles A. Hcnncs 331 Rutger Nellie Jt Frailer , 31 Rutger Oodel Fittermann 1123 North Eighth Dora Kessel 1112 North I.ighth Tonv Harlachcr. 5X Blair Annie Fasehlng U3t Malllnckrodt Albert Wring ....Oar!yIe. Ill Elizabeth Stacer. 302; Laclede Henry Ptraui S10 Christian Louise M. Elstermeyer Jennings, Mo William U. Sleeker 4333 Luchy Mary A. Westing 2702 North Talnr H. J. Netteler 1EM South Eleventh Josephine Bath 3112 Lismoie W. F. Price 4(7 McCaflery RS1 Delps 4HS McCaffen- B. II. Samstag New York City Uvelyn fcharft - Pine O. U Eberhar-dt HIO Warren Emma Nagel 1708 North Twelfth Frederick Roll J! Matl'tt I'yrla N. Boatman 1641 MafStt Edward Palmour S412A La Salle Sophia Rlsbaw 3709 Rutger K. H. Sehllesser Fannlnrton, Mo Amelia Earklage , Vjri Locuft T. R. Caldwell Ilonham. Tex -Anna R. Parks ; 1007 North Walton H. E. McHae Hope. Ark Xatherlne Old j..Hope. Ark Robert E. L 22.) Montrose Jithel V. Kllre II) licntroe "Daniel M. Gavla S21 po-w Dorothea M. Ooegemann 4210 Sbreve Melnrad Kalln 7422 MlnneMU Mathilda Jobst 7723 Michigan H. "Vf. Stelnmeyer 1221 Sullhan Emma 8. Wlnkenhoewer.....5 North Thirteenth B. A. Blackwell 303 St. Geoi?s Lordla Drnry .., Danby. V.a T. J. Herbert 2120 South Seventh 'Jennie May Sparllnc scs West Jefferson Jacob Siefert 3S04 Pate Carrie Mochcl ....Swirs, Mo George Bucier U00 Knapp Kate Hofmelster 153; Hogan Oeorge IL Stelnway. Brooklyn Ida M. Rhodua 7513 Virginia It A. Rebort 3447 South Grand Josephine C Maxdey .3447 South Grand P. "W. Neun T 4950 Deimar Louisa M. Hony ....TC5 Dayard Willie. Carter 7S12 Pennsjhnnia Rachel I-ettls.j ;si2 Pennslvarla A. R. Krapf. 1704 Allen -Anne A. Turna .1 1423 Picker J. BVShepherd.i.....'. 2413 Elliott Ethel Lflj-d , ....2413 Elliott Charles II. Drcher, Jr 2210 Penn Theresa iahllch 252S Missouri A-..Y- GIbbons Poplar Bluff. Mo Edith Brecn I3 Finney tVeddlDc ninCu (Solid Gold). Finest Qualities. J3 to $T0. Mermod & Jao cartt's, J2roaday and Locust. I1UB.IAL PERMITS. Cecilia Westerfcamm, TYnth? rnvMiI.lnn. months, I2SS North fcopnia Vajjaeiford, 25 years, 1003 North Broad way; heart d'Seaae. " Mary DarUua, 3S years. 124 Lesperance: pneu monia. sctJUtPIOa lleUman, ears. Southern Hotel; Oiariea Delaney, u years, Oty Hospital; gun shot wound. ' " Harry Mailings, ,24 years,. Insane Asylum: pul- Paul Flrlzmo. 41 -mit SS2 North Seventh; 'V4UUUU14k Louisa Lamb. 6 years. 4117 West'ljelle: cancer. Henry apeacer. a -years city fiispitalT?": anua. Thomas Walsh, E scarlet fever. Olive V, Thomas, years. 212 East Marceaa; C years, 6713 Minnesota; scanet rever. Tllile gnarenteller ?ZL v,.it. i.. vr pital; abscess. ' -""-"" ,"- tcruisr Uu?h3'- tt y4 "a O'Fallon; a-Ainla-Elsner. El years, uxs CJiouteau; heart NEW CORPORATIONS. ILLINOIS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Epringfield, HL. Nov. IL Certificates of Incor poratlon were Issued to-day by Secretary of state Kote aa -follows: The Sterling Butter and Cheese Company, ster ling;, capital, U'J.vw; manufacturing dairy nrod- ?.ct1kitKirira,?rJ:,mea HI"". Jermoe B. Gilbert and D. N. Foster. The Tonlca Hall Association. Tonlca: capita!. fLwn; to operate a public halk Incorporators-S! 8- Burgess. J. J. Matern and J. E. Hartenbower. TH America Company, Rockford; capital, 6. 000; manufacturing and mercantile business. In corporators William J. H. Strong. Fred K. Houston and William S. Surton. The Brighton .Teaming company, Chicago; cap ital, 32,5u; general teaming. Incorporators Ea--ward It. Lltzlnger. Henrj' 2i Goldiim.th and J. A. Bloomtngton. . Glldale Bros. & Co , Chicago; capital, 31500; general contracting business. Incorporatcra E. ikCowan. I. M. Aden and Robert L. Shepard. The McGuire Manufacturing Electric Company. Chicago; capital. J2S,u,o; manufacturing electrlcsl instruments and machinery. Incorporators E p, LangwcrtHy. W J. Nash and Charles J. O'Con nor. Xhe Standard Sash nnd Door CDmnnii. cntef o "' t.eapltal. lie,); manufacturing sashes and doors. nd George IL Grunnlng. The Farmers', Grain and Coil Company, Na trona: capital. J3,00: dealing m grain and coaL Incorrorators E. J. Men. T. D. Tai-lor and C H. Bcckwitz. The Evansrllle Hoop Company, located at EvansTUle. Ind., -with a capital stock cf 35.000. Is licensed to transact business In Illinois with a State capital of 32.500. The Universal Soap Company, located at Pierre 8. D -with a couual stock ot 31.000.0uo. Is li censed to transact business in Illinois with a capital stock of 32,500. The Publishers' Press. located at New York City, with a capital stock of 323.000. Is Ilcensvd to transact business In Illinois with a State capital of J2C. The O. G. Dunnon Company. located at New ark. N. J... with a capital stock of JUO.CBO. Is licensed to Iran-act bus'ness l.-i.IUlnoD with a State rnpltal of J150.00O. The American V e-nicie Company, located at Jer sey City. N. J., with a capital stock of 39.000 00O Is licensed to transact business In Illinois -with a stale capital cf 3549.030. The Ore Mining Company, located In West Vir ginia, with a canltal. stock of -350),i,--ls-licensed to transact. btfMness n, Illinois with a state capital of,J30(. --. ST. LOUIS. The St. Louis Plate-Glass Company filed notice yesterday of an inctease of its capital ,romJ(?2',000" lf .ll SMi"). The, assets are given as 3200.000, and there are no liabilities. Tb.C. and. CLuirjSrirejompar!y-hs Increased ISlSy11"! frcm ,ltMa ''for-. The assets are J2O.O00 and tho liabilities are JL400 """ f The Luytles Brothers Mercantile Company filcrt articles of incorporation jesterday, with a capital of 3400(100.. There .are 4.t0 share, nt MOO each, and they are divided as follows: Henry R. Luytles. 2.W5; August IC Lujtics. 1.S93; FreU W. Ijtlcs ;: Peter H. Fcagan. 2: John I.. Kline' ' ' nry Co'tman. 2: Wllllatp L. The' Po-llae Securities Company incorporated jesterday wlllr a capital of 330.000. Tiiere are a thousand shares and they are divided as follow-: r. i, vvooo. j: iuriam Horine. 458: W. s j Drawn e- 1- lr e i.dIa ni ..-... . ' 499 -viiicri. ; liSUlSl lTlCC. Articles of Incorporation were filed by the Mi--utf ,M?3l5'!rtu,?ndCnemlcal Company; with a capital of C.0n- There are m shires: and they are held as follows; E. A. Rowlry. 3Si; Frank "iicfcfang'T8" ZBt' 4rI'"n Uen,Srlck The Terminal ' Realty Company incorporated with a capital of 3100.000. The l ooo snSs at J100 each are held as fdlows: Julius S. WaKh SM: Julius S. Walsh. Jr.. 100; Felix i Ande?: The St. Louis Wagon and Carriage Company tiL"n!Sle'' ot Incorporation, with a cnpital of 32,500. .There sre twenty-five shares , and they are held as follows: John Hennessey. 23: Rich ard r. Anderson. 1: William G Murphy. . The 3arr Investment Company has increased Its capital from SWionO to S150.W. The assets are Placed at Jli9.4M.Cl. and the liabilities at w,-rj.bi(i EXCHANGE JVXD DAI-TEIL, FORTY to 1C0 acre Missouri und Arkansas farmsT other -properties and businesses. What have jjou7 All offers considered; inclose stamn-3- 47. Republic GOOD fana land to exchange for St, Louis property.. See us. lite Chestnut st. I HAJvn a very fine safe; flve-tumblsr lock; for part cash balance In clothing and uader-s-r. X Jtfl. Republic ' -r.10 ESVP01""1" "T 'ot "or small business. Room I. $oci Oiettnut st. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. ALL those desiring help cr seeking- situations. j. znay register-wan the Free Employment Bureau '&tt? (Chestnut r , Ihintlrm. anif ti.m rnmiri. r Ci, f charge. aL lilnlocb A SSJ. '.Hi- . STEAMSHIPS. JAPAK.CHIflfl PHILIPPINE! ISLANDS VIA IIOVO? ITT II !.,.. ...it m f. Co.. tVcldental anil Oriental R r- On .nil Oriental S. S. Co. From San Francisco: Hcnz Kong M-iru, November 23; China. December 3; Doric. December 11. I"or passage nnd freight rates, reservations, oruers and Information apply to J. II. Lathrcp. general ngent, 503 01ie et.. St. Louis, Mo. STOCKHOLDER:!;' MEETINGS. ST. LOUIS, IROX JCOUICTAIN AND SOUTH ERN RAILWAY COMPANi-SPLClAL MEET ING OF THE. STOCKHOLDER!-. NOTICE Is HEItEHV GIVEN That a special meeting of the storknolders cf the M. Louis, Iron Mountain and bouthcrn Kiilway Company will be held at the oulce cf paid company i i the City of St. Louis, Missouri, on the it tn day of Decem ber, 1902. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of considering, voting and acting upon the following projections: 1. To increase the authorize 1 capital stock of the company by the amount of JW.OiO.OUiJ, fueh Increase of the authorized capital stock to con sist cf lOO.tXJO shares of the jar value of $109 each. 2 To purchase and acquire all cf the railroad and property, real and ieronaI. rights, privllegts and frauchibes cf the hite River Railway Com- pany 3. To lncreao the bond d indebtedness of tho company by the am.urt of J10.0-i,ft)!) by the Isui of the bonds of the company ta the amount of J10,oiJ.O(IO for the purpoje, amonE other thlnsi. of makinB prolsicn for the pur-haee of the rallnav nnd other property hercinheforc mentioned, and lor the xurtner constructun or saia railway and extension and branches thereof, and to authirlzj the execution of a mortgage ta secure the pay ment cf the prlnctpil and int ret of sl'd bond- uiKjn paid railway and other nrnerlv when the same shall lme lten conee1 to 1.1I ompan. 4. To art upon the Fncral reso'utlon of the Board of Directors In tee. premises adopted at a meeting (f said Board, hld en tto 27lh day cf Octob.r, 192. The books fr the transfer rf the c!vt rf th romparv will te closed at the close ot business on Octolr 23, lt02, and will be rtopened at 10 o'clock u m , on December 3- 1902. By order of the Board of Directois GEORGE I GOULD. President. Attest: A. 11. Caief, Secretary. New York. October 27. :312. LOST AMI I'OWD. BUIJ.DOG Lost. Sunday afternoon, black-and-white female: name and address on collar; re cclto reward. 11GG N. King's highway. DOG Lost, whlte-and-black setter :cg. to 2S43 Wyoming st. Reward. DOGS Lost, ene black-and-white English set ter dog; one lemcn-and-wrlte setter dog: both wearing collars. Return to 4253 Deimar. Reward. rOUND Harries new store, where they sell best shoe In fct. Louis for St. 407 N Sixth st, JACKET I,ot. black-clcth jacket Tuesday aft ernoon West 12nd. Return to 4233 Washington ave. and receUe reward. IXICKET IXKt. diamond loekrt. rrrtci ' D. Reward If returned to S131 Russell ave. B. PIN Lost, a pin. with large pearl shaped litre a turtle, somewhere In West End. Tuesdav after noon, buitable reward if returned to 511 N. Main straQt. POCKETBOOK Lost! -nail green ieather pocketbook, containing gold piece, some ller and other a-ticles: left In Deimar car or Plan ters Hotel; under can hate mrncj. C 50. Deimar. ri'P Lost, female fox-terrier pup. Return 2410 Pine st.; reward. RING Lost, diamond and ruby ring, oblong shape: heirloom , will give liberal reward and ro questions asked. Day. S10 Century building. SPANIEL Lost, cocker panlfl, and llccrse. Return 400o Fairfax. with c;l!ar SPECTACLES Lost. Monday, pair of gol-J-framed spectacles: reward if returned. W. 15. Knox. CIS Hortense. cr 107 N. Ninth. STUD 123 reward for diamond stud stolen from John Jululi Langguth's Red. White and Blue saloon and slimmer garden. 4200 Folsom. TEREIER-Lost. Bo-ton terrier bitch: white, with two email brown spots: answers to tho I,imC "f Snlg: suitable reward If returned to 3G31 Deimar ae. WATCH Lrrt. a lady's smallgold watch" and fob marked K. L. J. Finder will please return same to 4214 Washington and receive reward. WATCH The gentleman who found lady's watch In front of Vandervoort's store Saturday please return same at once and axold trouble, as he Is known. Reward waiting. 4220 Castleman. SITUATIONS WAXTED-FE3L4XE. ASSISTANT Position as office assistant by ex perlcnccd young lady. Y 51. Repu blic ASSISTANT Thoroughly experienced young la dy desires position as office assistant, z 51. Republic CHAMBERMAID Situation wanted as cham bermaid or assistant cook by colored woman. 213 S. Sixteenth st. CLERK Young lady, graduate of High School, wishes clerical work for evenings. J. S.. 1005 N. Eighteenth. COMPANION Situation as traveling comptn ion by joung lady: can give good reference; speaks German and English language. X 51, Re public COOK Situation by a German girl; small fam lly: Is good cook. 3006 Finney ave. COOK Situation by good plain cook In smnll family; general housework. Call or address 2S15 Gamble st. DRESSMAKER situation by flrst-ciass dress maker who dees family sewing at home chll r."?".'? "lothlng a specialty; Automatic machine. fc!3 Manchester. IIOUSEGIRL. SIMiatfnn he R.m.n -e.i n j. housework or general work. 3117 Easton ave. HOUSEGrRL-SItuatlon by a German girl to assist In housework. HOS N. Park place. Call at once. IIOUSBGIRI--Experlenc-d housesirl wants sit uation to do housework ana mending: doe not object to laundry work: no cocking. 2709 Texas nve. HOUSEWOMAN Situation by experienced woman; housework or general work in small fam lly; city references. 3321 V Ollv e. LAUNDRESS Situation by first-class jaun dress; one or two days week: out, 2604 Blair ave. LAUNDRESS Bundle washing to take home good work; reasonable. 2132 st, Charles st. NURSE Situation by experience nurse- can take entire charge of Infant or older children references. 3006 Finney ave. RESPECTABLE lady wishes to take charge of furnished rooming-house. R 53, Republic -SEAMSTRESS-sTiuaUon to do plain sewing. S---t JLAlCKy St. SEAMSTRESS-Expcrienced on power mZ chine or family machine, wants work. 3313 Evans. STENOGRAPHER'wants shorthand and type SrUlnS ,0 J??. I-t non-e. at office, by day or piece. . 42. Republic STENOGRAPHER Lady sterographer; five years general expeilcnce: rapid Smith operator: wants position with reliable flrmr first-class city references; own machine, c 4C Republic WORK Situation h-- vmm. InAv e- .riiM. n. road or wholesale house preferred; can give -rood reference. T . iRepublic MOUND CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE. MEUMOD-JACCARD BUHLDIXO Indlvftlual lntructlon; positions secured for graduates. Write for catalogue. Phone H 1730. STOVE REPAERS. A. C. BHAUER. llt-H m; THIRD 8T. SITUATIONS WANTEDMALE. RAKER-Second or third hand, desires posi tlon; day work: In city. C 52. Republic BARTENDER Situation by young "pin as trr tender; experience and relerences. s 53. Re public BOY Strong boy wishes to learn plumbing trade; has experience. M. Hosen. 1VJ2 Iowa ave. CHEF Situation by French chef: wonted for best-, people in the countryr eighteen yisirs in kitchen: hotel or privato family; city ur couutry. M 4C Republic. ELDERLY moral man wants good home m Erlv-ate family; general work; moderate wagesr est references. Edw. Miller. 29W) Washington. ENTRY CLERK-Age IS: ono year's experi ence; good penman and reference, wants situa tion. S 49. Republic FIREMAN Experienced fireman wants situa tlon; hotel or factory, p 30. Republic FOREMAN -foreman; can strong ave. Position rive Al as hardwood r.nlaher reference 1020 Arm- HOUf'EBOY Position as iiouseboy in a private family by a colored boy. 1933 St, Charles. MAN and wife want work of any kindl Ap ply 354SLIndellav e. p MAN and woman would like situations to keep house for bachelor or widower. 1203 N. N Inth. NURSE-Sltuatlon by an experienced nurs. (male): taking care of Invalid preferred. K 24. Republic v OFFICE MAN Young man. well educated, de Blres position in a good oifice; small salary to commence; best references. X 53, Republic.1 OFFICE MAN Situation by young maiTas ot fice assistant or with wholesaio firm; writes good, plain jhand; will collect some: salary fonall at first, 'g 26. Republic PORTER Situation by younr colored man as porter: honest and sober: reference furnished. 1203 Blair ave. SITUATION An honest, sober and reliable young German wants place to attend horses, ve hicles, milk and do .garden and lawn work. Y 53. Republic. TRAVELING MAN-Positlon as traveling man or as assistant; willing to become familiar with the business: try me. G 45. Republic WATCHMAN Night watchman, or any mod erate light work; rood on machinery; reliable In every respect. 2313 Cass ave. WORK Position by Al all-around laundry man; twelve ears' experience. Y 47. Republic WORK Young- man. German, wishes work around place; prlvste family preferred. P 40. Republic WORK Young man of 13, fair education, neat appearance, good penman, and reference, wants permanent position. .,TM9, .Republic WORK Sltuation'byToung man. 25. in whole sale shoe orhat house;,4iave had six years" ij perience In retail business. L 47. Rep-qplic: WORK Toumr'man.'025, -work mornings ocly; small salary; 'office or outside; with broker pre ferred: good general office man; correspondent. D 61. Republic-,. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. WORK Man wants permanent situation: ex perienced with caro and treatment of horses, cows, poultry, gardens, flowers, furnaces, etc; references. V 52. Republic TOUNO man would llko steady work: wholo rolo house preferred: hae handled tools. G So, Republic. YOUNO man (Oerman) want to take care of horse, cow?, furnace, g-oo.1 home preferred: ref erence. Charles Stadler, 1735 Goodtellow ave. HELP '.VAXTED FESIALE. IIonacTrorlc. Olia. WANTED Younir girl to work in fam ily: ono who can so home eenlngs. 131a olive htr.et. HOL'SnaillLi WANTED Younc irirl for house work. S04 Clark. HOUSi:aiRL WANTED -housework. 1W3 Cass. Girl for ceneral HOCSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for reneral housework. 1V13 ArsenaL IIOUSEGIRI. WANTED Girl for EeneralhouTe wjrk. 47W cutuse ae. HOL'SEaiRL WANTED-GIrl houeworl il)l S. Third. for general IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for Keneral hnusetvork. 2221 Vircinla. ".T'Tr-Tni1 ,,. xr-rr-ioi,i TtZ ..i i . irOLfeEGII'.L ANTED Girl for Beneral housework. tZZ rase ae. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl lor general liouso work. Call 2222 Mdney St. HOl'SEGIRI. -WANTED-GIrl for general hou-eworl 4313 Blair ae. IIOLSEGIIII. WANTED A girl to do general housework, call 1032 Rutgtr st. HOUSEGIRI. WAN'TED-ClrltcTasslsringen. eral homework. 3l:i I'me st. HOrsKGIl'.r. WANTED Girl huuscwark. 413 West Belle. for general HOL'SEGIRL WANTED-Girl housework Apply 3220 Bell ae. for general IIOl'SEOIRL WANTED-German girl for gen eral housework. 2700 Ltndell aie. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-German girl for gen eral housework. 1217 S. Grand ae. IIOUSEGIRlTwANTEDA German girl to do general housework. 3205 Sidney et. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general houwork. &16 Castleman ave. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Country girl for gtn cral hougewo-k. 4033 Morgan st. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general housa work; good wages. 2322 Sidney st. HO L SEG1RI. WANTED-Girl to assist with general work. 43M McPherson nve. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general housework; no washing. 4121 Pine. HpL'SEGlRlWANTED Whitr girl for 'gen cral houtework. 41U) Wst Belle. HpUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for light house-work-in tmall family. J117 Eads ate. HOUSCaiRL WANTED-GIrl to asst't la housewoik; good place. J533 Pino st. lIOUSr:GlP.L WANTED-GIrl foT general hoqsework: wnall family. 29l OHe. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Girl for general house work, .call to-day. 3u43 Easton ave. IIOrpEGIKI. WANTED-Colored girl for light hojveworkr reference. 2609 Dickson st. IipusEOIRL WANTED-GIrl for general house work; must be good cook. 41S1 Deimar. t HOUSlx;iRL WANTED-Good girl for general housework; no washing. 3S12 Flad ate. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for houss and dining-room woik. 933 N. Broadway. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German girl for general housework. Apply 2203 Park ave. 1IOUSEG1RiTiv.w;teda" glrPto do general. housework; small family. 3103 Thomas at . IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-CIrl for general housework: no washing. 3934 Rusell aie. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house work; country girt preferred. 230 Victor st. t IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general housework; good wages. 391S Castleman ae. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for"general houss-work: without washing. 2223 s. Grand. iiousEtiiRL WANTEDA German gl.I to da general housework; small family. 4521 page ave. ; IIOUSEGIRL WANTED A German girl to do general housewoik. small family. 232 Henrietta HOUSEGIRL WATcmn a cm... -i.i ... ,i,-1 general housework; small family. 2612 Lafayette. HOUSEGIRl"waNTED YoungGerman girl to ' OB,'.. .Hit. .-a,.a! ...... ..... n ... ..... ..- ". fciciai HUUBCWU.-K. ..VI UlCKSOn St. HOUSIX3IRL WANTED-A girl to drTgeneral housework: plain famil ; wases 314. 2Coe Finney. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-A girl to do general housework: two In family. 14. N. Sixteenth st. HOUSEGIRI Situation by first-class girl to da general housework; no washing. Slu N. blxth st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for housework and cook; no washing; good wages. 4027 Russell ave. HOUSEGrRL WANTED Girl for general housework; small family; good wages. 2711 Rus-. rell. HOUSEGIRL WAN-rEI-nxperlcrIced"1 girl "rot general housework- gcod wages. 3S34 Russell ave. HOIISEGinT. VTAXTPn-l !r1 . .-.i hourtwork: small family; no washing. 017 Mor gan st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl or woman for light housework in small family. 26 N. Spring HOUSEGIRL WANTED A colored girl for housework; must have good reference. 2609 Dick con st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl to do gen eral housework; Email family. 4B33A North Mar ket st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general house work; Swede or German preferred. 42SA McPher son av e. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general house work: no washing; jit: small family. 909 N. Sixth st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Giri for general housework; no washing or Ironing; good home. 4G2. Morgan. HOUSEGmL WANTED-A girl to do general housswork; flat; small family; good wages. 34'4 -.ads ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general house work; good pay. 1303 Armstrong ave.. near ran: ave. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general housework; small family; good wages. 19i7 Vir ginia ave. HOUSlx;lRi7"wANTED--GccSBtrl"ror general ho-irework In small family; good wages. 305 Shenandoah. HOUSEGIRL WANTED To do light work, assist In store; with widow lady. Fourth st, house 322 a. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general housework: eruod nlaea nn.1 xrav 1. Call 3313 N. 'ftl.T.l. nt n HOUSEGIRL WANTED-A girl to do general housework; small family; good wages; Cat. 4U McPherson. HOUSEtflRL WANTED-GIrl for general housework: no was-llng cr. ironing; good wages 1S.5 Oregoru HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glfr for general housework, family of two; no washing or iron Ing. 3003 Allen. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Gocd girl to do gen eral housework; call after 9 a. m,: small famllv 2327 eycr ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-A neat girl to nsslst in general housework; German preferred. 925 La balle st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good Elrl to assist In general housework; good home; wages is. 29u Law tea ave. r HpUSEGIRL WANTED-Toung German girl as.housegirl; no washing or outside work. ;323 Missouri ave. "HOrSEGIRL WANTED-Strcne German girl for general housework, immediately; 315 a month. 506$ Maple ave. "ilOUSIMir.LVANTED-White gi7 "tTdoTen eral housework in small family; apply at once. 2213 Frtnklin av e. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good home for houso girl: Ccrman girl preferred; no washing; S.'0 month. 1230 Olive. HOUSFGIRL WANTEDGTrman girl. 13 to 17 j ears old. to assist with general housework. 20J0A North Market. HOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Middle-aged wom an to help about tho house; good home and good wages. 2&29 Olive st, HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Girl about 16 years to assist vvitn housework: small family. 5253 Cote Brilliants ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTKD-Whlte girl for gen eral housework: no washing cr ironing- good wages. 1J12 ejarr $ t, HOUSEGIRL WANTED-JTJe-rman girl for gen eral nousework: family of four adults: good wages. 2631 S. Twelfth. HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Woman to assist with housework in exchange for basement rooms: small family. 2121 Olive st. IIOUSEGIRL WANTED An experienced girl for general housework: small family; no wash ing; good wages. 4167 Mcl'herson. HOUSFGIRL WANTED-GIrl or middle-aged woman for light housework; three In family. Call tor particulars, 203A Dickson st. HOUSCGIRL WANTED-rlrst-cIass girl; gen era! housework; family three; wages 23 to 3 month. 931 Laurel ave,: Suburban cars. HOUSEGini. WVNTED Young GermanirTto assist in general housework; two in family; nice home and good treatment. 4350 Maryland ave IIOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general woTk In family of three adults; upstairs flat: no out s'de wcrk: one who can go home nights pre ferred. 4t3t Mcpherson ave. HOUSEWOMAN WANTElCwomanto"do ,-n-eral housework: small family of grown pee.pe; wl". vsXi. Pr month; must have-references. Apply 5C90 Cabanne ave. "WOMEN WANTEDTo work In family. 2014 Knox ave. WOMAN WANTED Young woman to take charge of place; good worker wanted. -1512 Cllve street. Bookkeepers. TmyiTrt. L-LM.r.T s.n... . rtenced joung lady bookkeeper: .33.- Leigh Uroa.-j eno ituvauce oreei. auA ejeniury. HELP 'WANTED FESIALB. Cooka. DISHWASHER TASTED-sa3 COOK AND Franklin. COOK WANTED First and second cook. Nor mandy Hotel. COOK AND Clemens are. IIOUiJEQIRI. WANTED-MS3 COOK WANTED Good wages: small family. 225 N. Tailor ae. COOK WANTED Girl to cook, wash and Iron in small family. ep: Olhe et. COOK. ETC.. WANTED-GIrl for washing and ironing. 201d Victor. cooking. COOK WANTED-Coek. and to i.Mlst washlnt and ironing Apply IsM Hickory. .COOK WANTED-W hlte Klrl to cook: Whg-J 13. Apply Wednesday morning 4t' Mrl'heryou. COOK, ETC . WANTED A tlrst-class co!cre.l cook; al colored houseglrl. Call nt once, Z(X Washington COOK AND HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl to cook, wash and iron: also housework girl: smalt family. -HE; Delmar Qe. COOK WANTED - hlle"grriocooirnna a'sl't with bocsonnrk, smnll familv; good home. Apply at once at 4r2? Wjshlngtn bouitariL LstunUrcnnvi. GIRlJj WANTED Two girls for light work. Union Laundry, uu!i -Morgan tt. lAl'XDRV OIRL WANTED At Montgomery's. C20 l'lne st. I.AI-NDRKJS 2023 Morgan. AND IIOUSEGIRL WANTED I. WNDRESt WANTED Wo.ran for wnsUng: call at once. 2110 Cdrr st. LAUNDRESS WANTED fltll prepared for work Wedensday murnliig 4323 Wet Pine. MAR KERS N D ASSORTERs"" Vi'ANTED Continental Laundry Co., Twenty-first and Cass ae. "TVASHERWOMAN WANTED Oerman waih erwomnn for eery wcelc 2709 Gamble, near JefTern ard rrnnklln. ( LOWING . Of customers comes to the merchant who liberallj and judiciously advt'rtiscs his wares. A big following will likewise see and Answer your Little Want Ad in The Republic, where ALL advertis ing is judicious. Every little want is a little business that needs prof itable publicity. That's why The Republic "Wants"' have such, a big following. If you're In tv ant don't Itesltnfe I'se "H'nitts" Iieftire It is loo lnte. HELP WANTED FEMALE. Waitresses. DINING-ROOM GIRLS WANTED Three expe rienced, neat dining-room girls in restaurant; steady work; good pay. 2319 Olive st. GIRL WANTED In confectionery and luach rocm. C22 N. Talor. GIRL WANTEDX-uaggirt to make herself useful in the dining-room. 2034 N. Eighth st- WAITRESS WANTED 2214 Olive. WAITRESSES W.NTED At 102 N. Sixth, Vf enna Restaurant. WAITRESS WANTED Nent waitress for res taurant. Hotel Garni Cafe, 2605 Ollve "WAITRESSES" WANTED-Ejtperienced wait, resses: references required; good wages paid. Ap, ply National Hotel. East St. Louis. Jinrscs. GIRL WANTED Small girl to attend to chil dren. 14X2 Wash st, ' NURSEGIRL WANTED To go homo at night, 1117 Kennett place, NURSE WANTEDNursefor year-old-baby; colored; references: call to-day. 3-'03 Pine. NURSEGIRL Nurscgirl. abcut 16, to take care of Infant; wags 33 per month. 5110 Falrmount ave. NURSE WANTED-Good nurse, with refer enccs; call before noon Wednesday. 4429 West Pine. NURSEGIRL WANTED White nurseglrl and to assist with hcusework; good home. Call 4C37 Washington boulevard. Stenoxrrapliera. $0mslg9mffl$(fa Beard of Education building. 911 Locust st.: tior cu?h buiini9. shorthand and Knsllsh cuuisej; lnJlidunJ Instruction; eiht experienced teach-t-rs: pupil pn i oiled 4t anr time: caialcsu rre. NIGHT SCHOOL. kHAUGHON'S PRACTICAL " Enililc BlflR., Cor. Otli and Olive Stx. BOOKKEEPING, PENMANSHIP. SHORT II AND. TYI'fcwniTI N G, E N GLISII BRANCHES, etc. Special rates to city ptudtnn for DAY cr NIGHT course. This college la In. dorsed by business men. May without security pay half of tuition e.ut of salary after course H completed and position secured. Call or send for catalogue and "Special Application Blank A '' Zlscel1nncoDS. AN old woman to make her home with a yount couple; a good home to the right party. 121 Cass. BALM of Tigs cures all femalo diseases. A fifty-cent package free to every woman. See lady manager. 1IU7 Chemical building DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED For reltau rant. 2123 Market st. ( DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTSD-For priva'o boarding-bouse. 2559 Pine et. DININO-ROOM GIRL WANTED-CIrl for dln-lng-rociq work. 3719 N. Broadway. DISHWASHER WANTED-Good 206 N. Fourteenth. dishwasher. DISHWASHER WANTED Woman dlshwah er; steady work. Cafe. Admlnllratlon buildlr.g. World's Fair grounds. GIRL WANTED One who has had cxpcrlerce in florist business. 1523 Caw ave. GIRLS WANTED-GlrlJ to learn th- belt trade: pay wnlle learning. Call 713 Washington. CIRLS WANTED-JOO girls to pkfc nuts: V cek work, good paj. Apply 51S N. Second st. GIRL WANTED-GIrl I7car old to care for' physician's office. Apply noon. 612 N. Taylor av e. GIRL WANTED Nice little girl without hom ran have good home and small wages. l'XO Market st. GIRL WANTED aocd. experienced girl to work In roomins-house;vinust go home at nights; bring reference. 2700 Pino et. HOUSEWOMAN WANTED-Good housewoman. Call between 12 and 1 at 1216 Hickory st. IF vou have 31.50 coisult me about work: pay liberally. D 52. Republic. will LADIES Writing at homo cvenlngi; 37 per week. Particulars free to all; send addrv.ied en velope. Filbert Dept., W 54. Box 1411. Phlladel phia. Pa. PANTRY GIRL WANTED A girl to work In fiult pantry. Westmoreland Hotel, corner Vay lor and Maryland aves. PANTRY GIRLS. ETC.. WANTED-Paatry girls, waitresses, chambermaids, scrubwoman, houseglrls for hotels and restaurants. 1230 O.lve. TLAIN sewing at home: 39 per week; materials sent even-where free; steady work. Send ad dressed envelope for p-irtlculars. Du Pont Dept. W 54. Lock Box 1382. Philadelphia. Pa WAITRESS WANTED Experienced for cafe. Apply 3303 Easton ave waitress WANTED Everywhere: writing, copvlng. himin oeenfni-.. ..n,.., n-nrlr. nn malltnir or laen- vasslng; good 'pay. For particulars send a.I- i nresseu envelope. Manager, aept. vv eJ aat Philadelphia. Pa. "WANTED, at Once Ladles to learn halrdress Ing. manicuring or-facial massage: prepare for busy season: only four weeks required by our method: S12 in tis vatriv- for graduates. Call or . 1 ..- ..;.. .. t.- ....' ..--I... wring, jijter e,oitege, usi Jtaic. afa WOMAN ffiTcnTa a weekly cleanlnrj in a flat. Apply 1422A Jvorth Park place. 312 per thousand copying letters: materUIfur nished: stamped envelope for particulars, Cryi .tal Novelty (Jo.. Dept St Chlcaf o. HELP VANTED FEMALE. DrMnaiicr nnd aeainstreiifi. F1XISIIERS WANTEdIgoc.1 nnlfherToncU' tom panti; Bood wages, steady w rk. S N. Lloventh st. HAND SEWERS V.'ANTED-Eiperienced hand sewers on pants. ISt'S Arsenal. ":'""'-,;,' OPERATORS WANTED Big inducements f fered operators on muslin underwear; will teach Uglnnera and pay them. Hi N. Seenth. SEAMSTRESS WANTED-Seamstrefs who will take room as part pay for work, o 3t. Republic. SEWING GIRLS WANTED-GIrls to sew on power machines; good wages. Apply 1532 B ld!e SKIRTMAKERS. ETC.. WANTED Experi enced ckltt and waist makers, also neat help era 432SA Laclede WAIST HANDS WANTnr-ritt-clnis waist liandi?. Ax ply at once, 2Si:ik vin.'or place. WAISTMAKER. ETC . IVAN'TED-AViistmak-r nnd two siesvo hanls: come ready for work. 3155 Franklin. The Traflrp. COATMAKKRS WANTED-Mx iffirmlkers nt once W A. Gerrs. 1 td'e1-' talN r 2DJI Cookave GIULS WANTKH 1'xp -limed blndtry girls. C Illrsch i Co . J13 u u t s' GII1I.S UANTEI'-Ulnd-o- girls. Fiamro-cr & GrahlU. II Co. 31a N. Third st. GIRLS WANTED Smart "girls in learn to stUch, pay while learning. Hamllton-IIrown fchoe Co.. union factcri. Jegerion and lindolpli. OPERATORS WANTED-23 sewing machlre oreratcrs on overalls and shirts, will teach new beginners; steady enploynii-nt, g'icti wages, at Premium Mfg. cv . Hj)3-10 st eliarles 't PP.EaS FEEDER WANT ED-Gao 1 position and steady work. Call PCS N Com. urelal SKIVERS WANTED On upprrs Werthelmer Swarts Miog Co.. Twentieth and Oif.tnut sts. TAILORESS WANTED-On custom coats: steady work; good pay guaranteed. 354 Finney. TAILOR WANTED-GoodHdle?-tailor"" to do the maclnno work. Werner Bros.. Seventh an J Olive sts. Any drugg'st will telephone ycur ad to The Republic HELP WASTED FEMALE. Milliners. NEW YORK MILLINERY SCHOOL 4309 niston ae.; thorough Instructions In the art of millinery; pupils receded any time and prepared for positions or business. MRS or- X" la1 UA(i.A, Clerks nnd Collectors. CHECK WRITER WANTED Younr lady; must bo also good at figures. M 40. Republic HELP WANTED MALE. i.. Boys. APPRENTICES WANTED-Covs. IS years old to leant the trade. Progressive Paper Box Com pany. 622 N. Main st. BELLBOYS WANTED At Moser Hotel. Pine si., between Eighth and Ninth. .BOY WANTED Office Broadway. boy. Apply 1213 N. BOYS WANTED Champ Chouteau. Spring Co.. 211S BOY WANTED To work In drug store Lafavetle ave. BOY- WANTED Errand bsy. about 11 years old. 13 N. becond et, BOYS WANTED-Apply-Columbia Can Co7. Main and Vine sts. BOY WANTED-Good Bros.. 1516 Locust st. errand boy. Burchart BOY WANTED Boy abcut II. to work in diug store. 60.5 Manchester ave. BOY WANTED Boy about 14 Jcars of age. Apply 414 N. Eleventh st. ) 'BOYS OR GIRLS WANTED-A. R. riemlng Printing Co.. Second and Olive. I BOY WANTED Steady boy with soma experl- ence for horseshoeing, 15oS St. Charles st. i BOY WANTED Ne-it bov. fth--nt IS In tr.i'n furnls'ilng store. Apply 13 N. Broadway. BOY WANTED Strong colored boy to wash dishes and work in kitchen. 2912 Washington. BOYS WANTED Errand boys. Samuel F. Ml erron Printing Co. Third and Chestnut sts. IOY WANTED About 13: goodwases;"steady position. Apply after 10:20 a. m., 215 N. lights BOYS WANTED Good lift cutters and heel stackers. Fre-edman Bros. Shoe Companv. 3117 Locust st. BOY WANTED Abcut 14 jears old. to mike himself useful in Insurance cfflcc. P 51. Re public. BOY WANTED Boy II ye-tn old to answer telephone; bring reference. Ills Missouri Trust building. BOYS WANTED-Bojs 14 years rid tcTiearn varnishlrg; pay white learning. 2620 N Ilf teenth st. BOY WANTEDBoy 17 jears old to clean rnl fare for ph s'clan's oiflc. Apply neon. 112 N. Taylor ave. BOY WANTr.D Y'ounc hoy, experienced on comer cutter. Progressive Paper Box Corrpany, 522 N. Main St. BOY WANTED To assist In office anl run errands. R.3m 14 International building. Fourth and Ckcstnut, BOYS and girls. M prizes forst!cker collectors; w assorted buslners stickers, 5c: new series. Franklin fatlckcr Co.. 412 Emllle building. DRUG CLERK WANTED-Boy or young drus clerk to work In drug store; one who speak- German preferred. California and L-ifarette. nnIJ:7!-J VPX. WANTED-Strcnjr elevator boy. 1C07 Washington. ERRAND BOV WANTED-A. J. Bross rrint" Ing Company. 253 l'lne. ERRAND BOY WANTED-Rcberts & Heine man E. & P. Co.. 704 St. Charles. IIOUSEBOY WANTED Colored hcuseboy. Ap ply east door. 2913 Franklin ave. ""' P ,"9rSr,0r,WA-N7J;-D-;,orr,l hcuseboy. ply Immediately. 4:24 Westminster. Ap- JrESENGER BOYS WANTED-Apply Enfr Prtse Messenger Coropany.HS N. sixth su "OFFICE BOT WANTFD-About'tB ycara"ciiin an insurance olllce. B CO. Republic. STRIPPER WANTED-Boy Chouteau. as stripper. 1207 ItookkceperM. .I'.H I . 11 1,11 .. ...... WANTED-Comnj-.-nt book- BfvntrKKKpnrt keeper by whclesale house. 1 uj. IJ'SUblle. BOOKKEEPER WANTED-BookkeeTer-end shipping clerk for ash and eloor works: cae with experience preferred. K 33. Republic v.BK?nHnKn.WrS.TnDVrat-Iaoook- fnrP!.rtv5i.men.SmP';o:neIC"'ot opportunity for advancement Joung man; good M 48. Republic saiary. Stenoirraptaers. STENOG RArilER W-ANTri'nLnA.'. ' 1 'v.JJ.'" nAf.n. winn. I..1. itmntv.hu . . 7.; "" 3.0: advancercent Leigh Rrvioc;- STENOGRAPHERS WANTE5Male steno? rashers; wholesale, maehlnprv m',n..e.....V. medli-al; stenographer and correspondent (v-oun-reet'lOMh0Centur.USe' L"8h ErM" (no iUranc Wnitern. ' l..!..... MAN WANTBD-pcod. j-oung. colored man to work about three hours each night waltln- em table nnd assisting with lunch. Hilling's Hotel Seventh and Walnut sts. "'"insrs Hotel. WAITERS WANTED-At 2M N. SIxthT ennaRcstaurant. " WAITER WANTED Young man as wal Call at S-30 a. m.. 103 N. Jefferson ave. VI- nELP WANTED MALE. VWWVS-w ..m.... .....WWWS Tlie Trade. BARBER WANTED Cll Arsenal. BARBER WANTED 2116 s. Broaoway. nARBCrt WANTED Single man: steady posi tion; good home and wages; bring tools. -004 N. Uie enth. "BlIvcksMITHS WANTED For night tu:n. Apply American Car and Foundry Co . i'ad'tor.. I1L "BLACKSMITH WANTED-Good blacksmith for general rep-iir; must le siber: steady work. Mia jiourt Express Co.. 21$ Morgan at. BRICKL.VYLRS WANTED At once at Pull man. 111.; ST's ccnt- per huur. Arpiy room 1130. 140 Dtartorn ft., Chicago. BlttLK I'OINTER WANTED- Apply at 2111 I rnnitnn ave. "lU.'SIIELMAN WANTEIWApply American Ta luring Co.. 514 l'lne. BUSHELMAN AND FRESSER WANTED Steady work. Call at once. 2917 rlnney. "BUTT'HKirWANTEn Goal butcher to go to the country. 2C0 S Commercial. CARPENTER WANTED 4770 St. Louis ave. "CARPENTERS WANTED Fifty carpenters. Apply Armour . Co , National Stock Yards. Eat St. Louis. 111. CABINETMAKER WANTED-Offl.'c and store work; steady job to right pirty App. Excelsior Shew Cao Worlts. 1015 N. Broadway CAllINETMA KEIt WANTEtS-Cablnetmaker or carpenter; e-xpt-rier.ced in setting wood mmtel. Apply Mantel Department N . Nelson Mrg. Co. COATMAKraiS-WANTED-fwo good coat rrakers; up to date and steady workmen: will piv good salary. Apply I. Goldstein. Jonesboro. Ark COLItAK STUFFERS WANTED-Steady work. Western Harncsi Mfg. Co.. Ouino. HI. CUTTERS WANTED Experienced ance cut ters; union factorj. Hamllton-Brwn Shce Ca. Jefferson and Randolph. COREMAKER WASTED A foreman coremak er who Is reliable and competent to direct large work in Corns', engine sliep: references ai to ability and sobriet) required; permanent posi tion at good wage. ca'I between 10 and 3 o'clock. Rocm 242 Lindell Hotel. CYLINDER PRESSMAN WANTED J. S. Shultz & Co , 1117 line st. ENGINEER WANTED At once, licensed en gineer. Compton Heights Laundry. 2713 Park. ENGINEER WANTED-Llceised engineer: steady employment; state age and references. D 20, Republic. "fiTeIGHT CAR PAINTERS WANTED Apply 2&.0 De Kalb St. GI.UER WANTED-B'nch gluer hand, with furniture factory experience. 2520 N. Fifteenth. JOINER WANTED Picture-frame Joiner; 1 fl.tcr. Lsdlk Art Co.. 007 Franklin ave. MILKERS WANTED-43ood experienced milk er". 3CS5 Olive PAPERHANGER WANTED Granville Hotel. PAPERHANGER WANTED One good pacer banser. Apply at once. 1429 Grattan st. PREFSER WANTED First-class preser at once. Mound City Pressing Club. 2301 Easton. PRESS FEEDER WANTED-Good position and steady work. Call at 508 N. Commercial. PRESS FEEDER WANTED-Job-prees feeder. A. J. Brcss Printing Co . 2u3 Pine. SAWYER WANTED-Banl sawyer with furni ture fact try experience. 2620 N. Fifteenth st. SHOE FITTERS WANTED-Good vampers. fox'nr stitchera and general stitchers, folders and tal le hands and girls to learn. Friedman Bros. Shoe Co.. 3417 Locust st. SHOEMAKERS WANTED Puller-over and man to make joints on men's welts. Brown Shoe Co . Eighteenth and Wash Bts. SHOEMAKERS. ETC.. WANTED Shoemakers, fitter and cobbler; mu.t b flrt-elass. McNa mara Shoe and Last Co.. 201 N. Sixth St.. St. Louis SHOEMAKERS WANTED-Heeler. heelbreast er and Goodjear stitcher on women's work: steady Job. Brown Shoe Co, Eighteenth and Wash st. SKIVERS WANTED Experienced Amaxeeti skivers. Hamilton-Blown Shoe Co. union fac tory. Jefferson ave- and Randolph st. STONEMASONS WANTED-On Chouteau ave, and Eighth pt. STRIPPERS WANTED-Globa Cigar Co. Franklin, second floor. TACK SETTER AND TRIMMER WANTED On men's work. Werthelmer & Swarts Shoe Co. TAILOR WANTED 722 N. Vandeventer. TAILOR WANTED Good tailor: must be a. prerscr: also girl to work on tailoring. S23 N. aarah st. TAILORS WANTED Three all-round tailors; mut be willing to work on ladles' coats. H. J. Krlbs. 2923 Olive St. TAILORS WANTED First-class e-oatr-fck-r. will pay 31S to 323 week: none but first-class need apply. 1626 Franklin ave. TINNER WANTED 3729 N. Broadway. TINNERS WANTED Tinners' helpers forout slde work. 421 s. Sixth st. TINNER WANTED-Good tinner for inside as sortment work. 116 inne st. WAGONMAKER. ETC.. WANTED First-class wngonmater and blacksmith's helper. 207 S. Sec end. "WOODWORKER WANTED Good carriage woodworker. Chas. Sonnemann. 3432-34 LlndelL TOUNG MAN WANTED Young man 16 to 20 3 ears old to work In canroaking department; ex eprienccd hand preferred. 300 S. Third st. Laborers. BLACKSMITHS WANTED Four blncismlths for railroad grading camp. Koenlg. fl2 Walnut, HANDY men wanted for factories and ma chine shops, JIL Miller Employment Co.. 919 Olive LABORERS WANTED Apnly American Car and Foundry Co.. Madison. HI. LABORERS WANTED At quarry, Onund are. and Hickory st. G. Eerrnan & Bro. LABORERS WANTED About six men to do laboring work. Apply Compton and Papln at, LABORERS WANTED Sewer laborers; 8hair ave. and Tiiurman boulevard. Hill.O'Heara Con struction Co. LABORERS WANTED Thirty laborers at Leonard and Locu3t and Grand and Ctoouteavi aves. E. Phelan. LABORERS WANTED-Wages 17H cents per hour. Apply Armour & Co.. National Stock Yards. Last st, Louis. III. LABORERS WANTED Fifty laborers at 20o per hour and teams 40c per hour; all winter's work. E. -VMietan. Park and Grand aves. LABORERS WANTED At Vlrgirs' quarries: take Creve Coeur street cars to Colorado Rail road crossing, and walk to Vlglrs. or call 413 FuIIenoa Max. Mnclslr Quarry and Construction Company. SHOVELERS. ETC.. WANTED Tvrenty-lhor-elere and three granitoid finishers and five teams. Inculre of Geo. Granan, sutton and Elm ave., Moplewood, Mo. STATION MEN WANTED-Now Madrid. Tla Leo Line; $L K. IL KUlebrew & Co. KODN1G IVBOR AGENCY". f!2 WALNUT ST. Established 1575. Conducted on strictly business principles. Wanted. 200 laborers fr genuine United States Government. S hours' work; bouth: in charge of United states engineer 'no contract): werk all v. Inter guaranteed. 1.0U) laborers, teamsters, rockmen. tietnakers and station men for ne-v railroads in Arkansas. Louisiana. Mississippi. Illinois, iow-e. M:rourI. Kansas and Indian 'Xerrttorj ; freo pass. Bridge carpenters, plledrlver men. t-Iacksralths. camp'cocks. camp waiters, farm honUa, garden ers, milkers, etc. If vou want work apply tc oldt and most reliable and responsible labor agency hee. KOENIG'S LABOR AGENCY. 612 Walnut St. Clerks) nnel Collectors. CLERIC WANTED An experienced railroad clerk; must be accurate at figures, references re quired: btate age and salary expected. 3 51. Republic DRUG CLERK WANTED Junior drug clerk or boy with some experience. 22.1 Franklin. DRUG CLERK WANTED Junior drug elcrk. J. W. Tain's Drug store. East St, Lculs Hi. MEN WANTED Fiv o Industrial Insurance men for debits. Room 204 Bcnoist building. Ninth ana Pine. OFFICE man. mfg. concern. $63: assistant 3D Bookkeeper. 370: collector. Jo0; cigar e-'erk' " Three grocery clerks. U2-week: hotel. 31C. Miller Employment Co.. 919 Olive at. YOUNG man. assist in office: must do" som outside collecting; 314 week. 1230 Olive YOUNG man wanted to take charge of branch office outside of city; 365. Miller. 919 Olive. TOUNQ man. manage branch office for raarn facturlng cempany; rro month and expenses. 3j Miscellaneons. ARE jou dissatisfied with your wori: Our free booklet ""Are iuur Hands Tied?" tells how we ?rted positions In more congenial and prolitaU lines of work. Write International Correspcn 1- "." Muaiiueu enuusanus in spare time xor sal- ecee Schools. Il)x. lew. Scranton. Ia . or fill s!v or -evening. St. Louis efflce. Bcnoist balid.nc. BARBER3 WANTED Men to learn barber trade: facilities effered that saves years: free ..,.. ..ujuiiieu eeaeuers. lectures, oemonstra. aw'sa'tusf'brrd' frotldgfS'g ofmandr See ourlustrntM cataloSie:l?ile5 Morer Barber College. 1141 Market St. BUTLER By reliable young colored man. po sition as butler. In private family, or boardlog ccuse. 2123 St. Charles st. " COACHMAN WANTEDExperlenced coach"! man; white man. Apply 4107 Lindell boulevard. DISHWASHER WANTED-A man dishwasher at 2iJV N. Eighth su " DISHWASHER WANTED-Sober and esperl iced: for boardiner-houxt-r lmmnli.i.i. ,o.. enced; for Locust it. . .. .........4. x.. DRIVER WANTED-A'neat young German 1 driver;-references required. 31J0 Eastoa aye HELP -WANTED MALE. Bllvcellnneoua. DRIVER WANTED Must l experienced In shipping, for wholesale hojtcs. 3013 3. Thirteenth street. "DRIVER WANTED Dritr for ilty de'lvry: must have written references- 10 and 12 S. Sec ond sk " lmlKi: WANTED Driver fami'lir stith city streets and depots; references required. 1445 2. Broadway. " DRIVER AND HELPER WANTED-One driver and ne helper. Sla Chestnut St., in" rear. Call. 7 a. m.. G. 12. lt.-x.mell. HOSTLER WANTED-Good hcstler. 2SU 1.1 clede. IIOSTLEIt Eastcn ave. WANTED A' good hcrtlcr. 2217 HUSTLERS ev-vwhere; rood pay: dlstrlb-te circulars, tack sls,ns, etc. National Auv Bu reau. Chicago. IltlUSEMAN WANTED Young man to assist in general housework. 3317 LMmar. HOUSEMAN WANTEU-Sober and experienced, for boanllrg.hou: lmmedlate:i. .Sl4 Locu-t, MAN WANTED Ygung man to vvurk in melt market; one with exjrf-rlnce preferred. A 31, i: public. MAN to take care of horsi and wort: around places on Who knows the city. Call 15t2 ollvn strget. MAN WANTED A man to wcrk around thu Western Hotel, third and Carr sts : more for a home than wagen. MAN WANTED Man u"ed to working arotinl carriage shop ti make hlm-elf generally en-eful about place. Wm. Dlschert. IS3 Morgan st. 2i.N WANTED Married man for general farm work, who knows tbe bu.'ne... can get lasting pla.e with good pay Z 33. R-publlc. MEN T ANTED To try Harris's 417 2.". Sixth. u3- sheet,. MEN WANTED Fifty mn. St. Ix)Uls Cntton Compress. Main and Rutger. Columbia' W recit ing Company. MEN WANTEDBraart ycucg men to le-vrn shoemaklng; pa while learning. Hamilton Brown Shoe Co.. union factory. Jefferscn and Randolph. MEN We teach the barber trade in the short est possible time at small expense, furnish tooli and guarantee position: only colleges in th world on the ground floor, and where tultlomi can be earned while learning; beware of faki catalogues and misleading offers: we have no college In 8t. Lnuls. Write for partlcu!ar. Molefs Barber Colleges, Dallas. Tex., or Denver. Colo. PORTER WANTED Good porter. 1720 Wash ington. PORTER WANTED First-class porter In bar ber shop- 3141 Easton. "SAWYER WANTED Colored man to saw kindling wood between 8 and 9 a. m. 1924 Riddle St., rear. TEAMSTERS WANTED Twenty colored teaci Pters at Grand and Vista ave.. or at 416 J?. Twenty-first st. THREE voung men to run en passenger trains 316 to 313 week. 1.S0 Olive. TRUCKERS, teamsters and laborer.. 31.75 to 32.50 day; wagon helpers. 31.59 day. 1K0 Oil' e. TWO delivery drivers for dept. store. !12. Lunch man. 310. bartender. 312: saloon porter. Men for wholesale and warehouses. JL2 to 31k Col factory laborers. 310. porters. 37 Delivery drivers, teamsters, truckers. 313 32. Young men to run on pa-serger trains, J43. Janitor. J43: assistant, 133, store norter. 310. Machinists, helpers. 31.73; factory nan Is. Carpenters. 33; engineer. 32 73. fireman. 31.73. Laborers, teamsters, free pass, to all points. Other openings: all work guaranteed by us. Miller Employment Co.. 919 Olive St. TWO hotel housemen. 320. 325: yardmen. J20. bd. 300 laborers, teamsters. I. T.. Oklahoma: free pass. E camp waiters. Jit. 325: steady work. Doorman, 340: clubhouse: stcreporter. 311 week. 2 private hostlers. 140: steadv work: stables. 00 laborers, teamsters. R. I. R., West, fres Pass. 300 laborers, com'y work. South; fees deducted. S woodchoppers, 90c cprd: tools furclsned. 100 laborers, Frisco Co t 31.73. 32: fees deducted. Store porter, large drug goods com'y, 39, 810 week. 2 ripsawyers; 10 boxnailers. 32 30 day; steady. Warehouse freight handlers 319. 312 week. All people out of work call on the oldest and largest employment company la St. Louis National Employment Co.. 113-113 N. Sixth st. VIOLINIST WANTED Young man. IS to 23: to the right man. a good position. W 53. Re public TOUNG men for factory work, 11.65 day; side work: all winter Job. 1229 Olive. TOUNG MEN WANTED To run on trains. Tan Noy News Co.. 216 S- Eighteenth St. YOUNO MEN WANTED To sell mods em trains. 25 S. Twentieth: opposite Union Station. TOUNG MAN WANTED-To work in butch'r. shop and solicit and deliver orders. 4163 Man- cneseer. Y'OUNG men. everywhere: copy letters: horse' evenings: 37 week. Send addressed envelope, for particulars. Filbert Dept-. W M. Box lilt. Phll adelphla. Pa. HAYWARDS' Buslnes sand Shorthand College. a. 220. 221 ana 223 Odd Fellows" building-. Individual lnstruotlon in Shorthand. Typewriting. Bookkeeping. Arl'h metlc and Pennvansttta. r-hoaa 975. .Day and. night. Mercantile College. Lincoln Trust Building. Ser enth and Chestnut Sts. Individual Instruction given in Bookkeeping. Penmanship, Shorthand. Typewriting. Arithmetic Grammar, etc Fall term, day and night. No-sr cpea. Call; telephone. AGENTS AND SALESMEN. Agent. a....! n .... .-.-.,-. AGENTS WANTED Want the addre nr vt agents or salesmen. La, Pririe Manufacturers St. Louis. Mo. ' AGENT WANTED-Good agent In every county In Missouri and Kentucky to sell property under our co-operative plan; good pay. Peoples Con solidated Real Estate Co., lift Chestnut st,. St. Louis. Mo. WANTED First-class BtutiMnj; Loan or Life Insurance Agents, to travel and appoint local agents. Salary and ex- ' penses. Apply at once 357 Century Building. Salesmen. V. N.i .....iiw ...... EAUTsTSrEN wanted evervwher TVr t.f. .. tlon address Interstate Dlst, Co.. Bustleton. Pa, SALESMEN WANTED-25 traveling patent medicine salesmen: write; Inclose stamp Fly Drug Co.. Chlcagc SALESMAN WANTED-Speclaitv salesman lo Southern Iowa: experlcn.ced road man prfcned Jacobs. 711 Pino, fourth floor. SALESMAN WANTED Encyclcpedls. Brttan rdca and Warner Library salesman. F. D. Mayer. Mermod i Jaccard building. ..SALESMEN cf ability can mate from 310 to 350 weekly; best proposition on earth. F. M. Samuel. 504 Mermod-Jaccard building. SALESMEN WAMTIrn A rirmi, A.....,, well-known corporation desires to engage perma nently several hlgh-clas salesmen and prepare them for gocd positions In new territory wnlch we will open up about January 1; men -who can approach business men and ethers and thrse cap able ot handling men and managing office will receive flrstc!ass compensation, with ecrlr Dro motlon assured. J 25. Republic. WANTED An Al first-class salesman, tl-or-oughly familiar with iron, steel and heavy haid ware; only men who have a good record.and can get a paying business from the start need an-. awer: liberal arrangement made with tba right man: others we don't want: state with what houses previjusly emplojed. what territory cov ered, annual sties, sakvry required and IS at lib erty to take position at once. T 430. Republic Canvassers. ..... -- --ri' rimi-Tfnn INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE MAN WANTED For vacancy; debit. 703Jj Pine, rooms 2o3-l7 References required. Sllseellnneoiis. LADIES" home work; steady or evenings; good pay. 719 N. Leffingwell. near Morgan. PAHTNEIIS WANTED. T... ..' "' v'-.s'.. ."- ...... I. PARTNER with J200 to 3500 to Invest In manu facturing business. For particulars call room 44 Hotel Wlnsor. Sixteenth and rinc. between 4 and 5 oclock. TOUNG man with 3150 can get half-Interest and management In big-paying office business: refervnee roquireo. F IS. Republic YOUNO man with gocd references, fan- tust nes quallficatlcns. 320u capital. looking for pay ing otncc position, partnership lniereat. sulofresa G 52. Republic . DOGS, CATS, PETS, FOB SALE. FINE voting Mexican parrots, roller canailcs. gornash. globes, pigeons, rabbits, cages. .ed etc. cheap. At Louis Dleckmagn's. 20 tk Fourth. FINE lot Mexican parrots: guaranteed talkers monkes. birds, small pets, ferrets, pigeons." dogs, etc Wehrmaaa's. 417 Walnut st, FIRST-CLASS rabbit hound, gaurantned" -will sell reasonable. 4l3) Lincoln ave. -.ViS1 i0" ta,k)ns Parrot in town; case cost J23; bird cost 3100: will take SU. 311 a Broadway ' a' wT.OGcheaT0g3Uclns'trcnlle.':ff W"cM: y00 R?1' ""oeWng birds, talking parrots. p.genMlf. rabbits. Bird store. 1317 b. BroadSi " store. 1317 t. Broadway. TYPEWRITEHs. - J iirii-ui. M'jxrLjs I.Ns.st.sw1 For Sale.- , BEST U tyrwrtter ribbcrtpald.'cnVeT "" fet" LouU JWewritcr Evhange. Holland bid'' S2IITH. Remington. Dcnsroore, 3100 tvnvri.ra ffoiiabuiid. ' ???k niCYCtES. " "; ..!... For Sale. i .-..,. . . . . .PIERCE Ueycles. tried and true blev?k"ll tomobiles and tire repairing MorViJT1!. fV tat 335 OUT. t. BeirBSSn. IJuSf ij lS!!. sni- ,.r. "-"ziif- r'-s- H- psj M fcSICP J?' .-, ss&z gkMM&M&&i&. IV feiV "! "kiL.