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i-Af?05?M':r-wi -5t-f swSw5,i',l4,-'s:' JJ er AiyS'iSi'v5-Ji453WJf- v THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEE 12, 1902. ii?T f ;s & Pfi PE re- ?ir tef BSs KS fes . ES? II 4 i5-.. rfe . BTJBTJRBAX PROPERTY FOR SALE. 100 ACRES NEAR WORLD'S FAIR FOR SALE FOR r This land lies beautifully and high Just north of WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY AND NEAR CITY LIMITS, and will soon be supplied by the now water company now laying mains, with PURE, FILTERED WATER FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER, better than St. Louis has, making it most desirable for high-class residence purposes. Street car lino now running through this property. HOIJ3ROOK-BLACKYVELIKR REAL. ESTATE TRUST CO., 107 North Seventh St. FOR REST, DWELLINGS. .i . WHTvnT A .. JTCA C.n-r-nm H,iia suitable for two families; large yard and stable for 17 hones; cheap rent. GARRISON Ave., 1103 N. Beautiful 3. 4 and 6 room flat: steam heated, large yard. Janitor, tele phone, separate hall, comfortable home; reason able, GARRISON Av.. 231 J -N. Eight rooms and bath, furnace, stable, eta: rent reduced to 330 per month newly decorated. FERD A. BENEKE. 1003 Chestnut St. LAFAYETTE Ave., 2C34H Seven rooms, bath; SK.C0. 6125 Berthold ave., six rooms: cheap: S'.u. JOHN MAGUIRE REAL. ESTATE CO.. 107 N. Eighth st. MARYLAND Are., J32G A fine, new, 11-room, reception-hall dwelling; Just completed; will rent to first-class tenant only: rent $7o. MALCOLM MACBETH. IPS Jf. Eighth at. WEST BELLE. 421- Stone-front iielllns an J s table. Inquire X. . S.UtilWUl.M. 0S Chestnut t. WYOMING St., 423 Four-room frame, 4916 Carter ave., four-room frame, $12. L ave., eight-room frame, $1S. WILL SELL TO ANY OXC OR WILL ' LEASE TO HESI'0SIlILi: FA11TV. Mr modern 11-room residence, newlv and hand somely decorated (furnished or unfurnished): large yard, cement floor In basement: alwas dry: combination pas- and electric fixtures, window hades, combination hot-air and hot-water heat ing; screened porch; not another house for lease In St, Louis mora beautifully decorated cr In as rood repair. Come and 9-e It any time, between TaO a. m. and 8 p. m. 6349 Y. Cabanna place. FURNISHED IIOI!Sh.S AAD FLATS FOU REST. COMPTON Ave.. 72H N. Nicely furnished tour-room flat; all conveniences; call. COMPTON. 23 a Furnished flat of three rooms: piano, gas. bath, heat; private family; refined couple. EUGENIA St.. 2123 Three nicely furnished con necting rooms: all coneniences; southern expo sure; complete for housekeeping. NEW STEAD: 1009. Corner West Belle Three roora furnished flat: two or four people; bath. OLIVE St, 37U-EU room,; vater, porches, bath, laundry. Sw. steam heat, hot fixtures. Janitor; PAGE. BI04 New. completely furnished flvo rooms: steam heated, gas and electricity: reason able; open: owner will board it desired.. ""WASHINGTON-At e.7 5S76 Seven-room fur nished house; November 1 to June 1. IMPROVED crrr properti" SALE. FOR A SIX-ROOM frame bouse and all oulhoureJ: C 1-J acres otground; 1 acres la orchard; Z 1-S acres, grove. This property has a good fsiuie. Tho man must do business at once. For rale or trade- SCHWENKER REALTY COMPANY. 1607 S. Jefferson ave. GARFIELD Ave.. 2JA Seven-room brick; rents for ?Z5: S20 ner month, and small payment. S1- NINE-ROOM brick: furnace. S. S5.000; near World's Fair. X U. stables: (OxUO; Republic ONE of the finest locations in the city tor a Sat: on St. Vincent ave.; rents at SU per month; price S4.J0O. SCHWENKER REALTY COMPANY. ' 1607 S. Jefferson ave. PECK. 4020 Nine-room house; EC-foot lot; must ell; owner nonresident- PORTIS Ave., 3133 (Near Tower Grove Park) 2?lc home; large lot; fruit and shade trees. " WYOMING St,, 2S Four-room framed tl.000. 016 Carter ave.. four-room frame, 31.100. 4115A Lee ave.. eight-room frame. SXOQO. $14,000 FLATS. 1S67 to 1371 Union ave., two-story Carthage stone front, four flats or elx and seven rooms each; furnaces, hot and cold water, tiled bathrooms, Tltrtfled brick street; lot &0xlM; 'rent $1,500 a year; will net 12 per cent on amount required to purchase. J. M. LT3VI & CO., 814 Chestnut at. FARMS FOR SALlS 'MMaiAIMAAsskiamAAsaisa(kjakt(,aa FARM FOR SALE On the Gasconade Rlter. thre miles from Morrison; 510 acres; 150 acres In cultivation: suitable stock farm: neer overflows; & bargain If sold at once. A good location for doc tor. AddIv to O. A. Snreckel merer. M. D.. Mor rison, Mo. FIXE Virginia farms, with rich bofjm land, slonj? the famous Roanoke River; mll climate; cheap labor; winter grazing; low freights; direct route to Eastern markets: at $5 to JJ. per acre. For full particular address Osburn & Stephens, Bouth Hill. Va. FINE farm of 353 acres with all Improvements; 3BQ acres In cultivation, SO acres river bet torn: lota of frh water: lit, miles from railroad: 41 i-tnllet from St. Louis. Apply C01 N. tiecond St.. V MlHIBa TOIMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOB SAUL AT a Bargain Lots 15 and IS. In block 4S72. St. IiOUts are.; must sell at once. W. J. CarCen. 923 Holland building. LOT 50x162; northeast comer Bartmer; a bargain. $511 Llndell. Hamilton, and 'jk-JT, LOT 25x123. Keokuk, bet Minnesota and Penn f. gylvaala. Inquire at 2708 Keokuk st. MARINE Ave-, SS49-Ooe-story three-room brick. JL0O0. strodtman A Strodtman. 2617 N. Uroadway. Westminster Place. HrVest of Kin, f King's hlghvay, north and south elds. 2. W. BARNES. 21$ Walnwright building. v REAL ESTATE! WASTED, TIO Tfln w.Rt tn ll -vmti- nmn.rtv. Tt.m.m- IfW- ber the. People', Consolidated sella more property KT annusllc thnn flnv rnl Mtatn (.nmnan.. tn Q, tftf. XoulS! over LOOO 01113. People's Consolldatptl figX Real Ettata Co.. 1105 Chestnut st. s HOUSE or lot In trade for four Bats near IMlUIHtCim IO.V HI1UUI. WilMTTi Vnn urreTYFBa vsrmnsracvm -v f w . m. . vm ud&AHO M. vuruilaliji - - "" ------ - - 1 - - i ij j .! $ -D5uo tore w,th X& business, for ItDOO to ,& 11.800. cash: dq exTjensle flxturps, R M. p. public MEDIUMS CLAIHVOYAXTS, Fifteen Cents Per Line, WFMMMVV-ww MMeAI.I.V. MME. N. LEONARD CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM. S630 WASHINGTON AVENUE. LIFE READINGS REDCCEO TO. 25c, 25c, 25c, 25c. "There Is a tide In the affairs of men which, 'taken at the flood, leads on to fortune and suc cess: neglected, all your lives are bound In shad ows and miseries." Whether It be business or domestic affairs, peculation, chances sickness, love, zuarrtasre or olTorce, there Is a right and a wrong path which ir wm or wui not crlmr about the desired results. at of you axe constantly pursued by 111 luck and dis appointment in all your undertakings there Is a L.j cause lor it. "vi. "" nuiwcuui powers ana jnarvei ms gift of roresight has made her the wonder of -toe v Is eminently fitted to give you the cor rect advice as to the proper course to purrue. Hours, to 9. Madam Belle La Monte THIS JfOTKD PALMIST. M Can tell VOU what tn i.rv It mat Yin .llrTarivnna (jr Whether voil believe In ValmtafTT- ni- n,haih. m.. fe'r'o'not, if you intend venturing upon any under-M-.& nuking. oxJf you have a lawsuit on hand, or if C-f -S& f "U, " prjrocine: aiiiicumea in your rtome lire r.p 'ti r In vnur ttart n?falra Xfodsm t a Vnn n StVtsll vou what In Aa. If vnur fntnrn . Ks mi-i tist(A IvtlatiiH . nT a1t x.. ia ,.s. ".r'V- " uaasjajl. HW Will. ICii JpUU. il JOU VrLSU Ti knmv ntvmt mnr tnlant wh win .ir .. -eM If VOU live at a distance vou can writ ?nr Vir,v. fparecl paper, with which an Imprint of your palms $i&ciA be taken, and mailed for. a typewritten or w chart readlnr. Fee for a comnlete oral or tvna- W ITtltten readlnr 1 ?L Residence, 2E03 Washington, -trAIl lctten must contain return portage. fc-rt- Cells past, present, future. 3004 Olive. & CAHPKT CLEANING. r1ft juaajuuAM tvercien Bteam carpet dranlne K,? Co.. Cor. Nineteenth and Pine Sts. Ct nrocess: ,-A'Iowest prices: send posUl. Kln.D TO; Main 690. :: tt l;ui?niR nr..tn om.t rMa.nfnv rv, rv,m.a S ytsken up. cleaned, made over and laid: best work: k'& lowest price. Ills Lucas are.: Main UM: G . J T ENTERPRISE Steam CarpetCleanlne Co. Spe--"S'S5', attention to altering, sewing and relaying. jstxvm ana rendlston. Lin. 371M; Klnloch D 8W. FIUSTINQ. W" ' ' ' ...HI MM ,..W. Wlli 1 -AL1VATS In the Lead-LOOS business cards. SI; JK"'? mni1 notehesds. $1.80: oulck serrlce-t tanletan A Co.. 06 N. Twelfth st. ; fiJt-CHBBCBNT Printing Company S07 N. Fourth f,8U--jf1na commercial Job work: popular prices: ad for samples. fVUHTTNO-re a all kinds of printing: let &3SPJE. tPupr1?3- Williams PrtnUng Com- prraxa, cleasikg and repairikq. BTJLDrna Bnj vMti haM -. .-.. -i "--.." iSiirZfimAiStfZ2tJi?Sz2r'? ' -tr' r. Vi.'.xt.'.T'. ?t suburban rnoPEim' for sale, j money to loan. On Renl Entate. MONEY TO LOAN On real estate at reason able rates: Inducements on large amounts; also building loans: monthly payments; J3u0 and up ward. JOHN MAGUIRE REAL ESTATE CO. ,w E'Ehth L On Personal Property. smmw "SuOENB A. TRISLKR. 110 and in N. lllshth at., rooms 2 and X. Fire Insurance Agency. LOANS ON FURNITURE: LOW RATES. LOANS ncrotiatod on furniture, pianos or any personal property at S per cent per annum; con fidential. Notary Public, 908 Chestnut st. MONEY loaned on furniture. pUnoa and any other rood security. Rpom J, S03K Chestnut. MONCY loaned on furniture at 8 per cent; money leaned on salaries without security. D. Lanret, COS Be no 1st building. Ninth and Fine sts. bLPXDUNN'SjPX uoney to loan In any amount as. all kinds ol fersonil property. Bargains In unredeemed pledgee. 912 FRANKLIN AVE. EASY-PAYMENT LOANS ON PIANOa HO'JSB- 1IOUU GOODS OR ANY GOOD SECURITY. will make you the CHEAPEST LOAN IN th- city en our new BUILDING ASSOCIATION PLAN, which Is the easiest FLAN In the world. The PAYMENTS can to arranged so that vou can upay the loon l easy WEEJCLY. MONTH LY or Y11ARLY caments. Our PLAN enables cu to reray your account without any trouble or lnccn enience to yourself. RKMEMRER. WE NEVER REMOVE GOODS. We will give you ALL THE TIME voj want and will carry our lea: a? ion? as desired. We psy all our bills and advance jou rrore money. It is easier to pay one than a number. IN CASE OF SlCKNESSOn OUT or EM PAY MENT. WE WILL EXTE.ND YOUR LOAN. Remember, In dealing with us there are no ad vance charges whatever. LIBERAL DISCOUNT IF PAID BEFORE DUR if you cannot call. WRITE or phone, and we will send our agent to your place with the money NEW YORK FINANCE CO. ROOMS 207-3)S-rCt AHU HO ODD FELLOWS" BI.DO . NINTH AND OLIVE STS. TELEPHONE MAIN 33511. Loan ftSoney ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, ETC. W. loan from $10 to $500. We LEAVE the goods in your POSSESSION. We cheerfully give our TERMS and RATES. You get the money on SHORT NOTICE. "ou receire tne full amount in CASH. Tou may keep It ONE month or MORE. You pay ONLY for the time you use It, You may pay WEEKLY If you desire. You may have your time extenueel If .Ick. Our rates are as LOW as the LOWEST. Our offices are the MOST PRIVATE. Our bv-stness Is STRICTLY confidential. Our motto Is COURTEOUS TREATMENT. Our telethone Is Klnloch B 1911. Our addless FULLERTON BLDO.. "th & Pin. Our rooms are 200. 201 and 202. second floor. Call, write or telenhone us, THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. &3SIEY TO LOAN OX FURNITURE. PIAKOS. HORSES. EASY PAYMENT PLAN. We CAN and WILL give you CHEAPER RATE ot Interest tLan au ether company in th, city, and you can chooseYOUK OWN TIME for paying back the loan and AMOUNT OF PAY MENT you wish to make, either weekly or monthly, and jou PAY FOR ONLY such time as you have had money. GOODS REMAIN IN Sour own . possession, and If jou GET SICIC or UT OF VfORK we will hold payments, so there Is no danger of losing your goods. There Is no PUBLICITY OR INCONVENIENCE: papers can be signed at nouse. You get money same day yoi apply. We will pav any Indebtedness on you- goods and slve you MORE MONEY. If 7ou cannot call, write cr telepho&e and w, will send agent to explain our svstem. Tel. P. 434. FIDELITY BROKERAGE CO.. Rocm 2. Mansur building. SH'.t Olive st. MONEY LOANED IN ANY AMOUNT On furniture and pianos at LOWE.ST RATES. We glv ALL THE TIME vou ask to repay weekly, monthly or yearly, and allow DISCOUNT If paid before due. WE DO NOT remove the gooAs. Call, write or TELEPHONE Matn 276 IM or D 1W9 NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY. 20$ AND a3 MERMOD & JACCARD BLDO. 407 N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST ST. LOANS ON FURNBTURE. Rates and terms unheard of. Look: $2 00 weekly pays a $100.00 loan. $1.75 $90.00 $L60 $S0.00 " SL50 $75 00 " $1.20 ' $60 00 " $L00 $50.00 " 75c $10.00 " Payments may be made weekly, semlweekly or monthly. It Is to your Interest to consult us. All business private and aboveboard. See us. 501 Chemical building. Eighth and Olive. DO YOU NEED MONEY? "We give anybody money at one-half th rates charged elsewhere clerks, managers, school teachers and all others who are employed. We also buy accounts, rents, annuities. Incomes, notes and negotiable paper In any form In amounts from $10 to SIO.OOO, and In addition we advance money on furniture, household goods and pianos. All business transacted quickly and con fidentially In our private office. JOHN MULHOLLAND. Telephone Main 2570. S20 Century building. LIVE AND LET LIVE. That Is our way. We advance money on sal aries and furniture at lowest rates in the city. Name your own time, date and amount of pay ment. Discount if paid before due. If sick or out of employment we carry you. No remoaL Strictly confidential. Will take up your loan and advance more. Will call on request. Mound Cltv Finance Company, 40Z Benolst building. Ninth and Pine sts. Phone B 451 mn.in.un people. No publicity; no security; will positively make better terras than you can secure elsewhere; pay ments to suit convenience; we loan money on fur niture. EQUITY FINANCE CO, 1410 Union Trust building. MECHANICS' FINANCE CO. 904 OLIVE. ROOM 205 EMILIE BLDG. Lends money on furniture, pianos, ranges and se-vt ing machines, horses and wagons, w ithout re moval; monthly payments: discount If paid be fore due; business confldentlaL Phone C 2173. EAST ST. LOUIS LOAN GO. Room 203 McCaslacd bldg., 223 Collinsvllle ave., loans money on household roods and all kinds of personal property. Easy monthly payments. SALARIES ADVANCED For a reasonabls discount to male or female em ployes; no objectionable Inquiries made: business strictly contldentlaL THE SALARY DISCOUNT CO.. E Mermod & Jaccard Building, cor. Broadway and Locttst. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. VTo furnish vou monej' quickly and confiden tially, -without security. National Credit Co.. rooms 901-802 Chemical bide- Eighth and Olive. Monty Advanced Salaried People, Teamsters, boarding-home keepers without secur ity, easy payments: Iarget business In 42 princi pal cities. Tolmon. 501 liouser bldg., 509 Chestnut. MONEY WAXTED. .- - MONEY TVANTED-S2.000 five years; 8-room brick; 33x133; private party preferred. H 33. Re public FIJI A.I C1A1 . TO trade dhrldend-paj Ing oil stock for a farm. I. C3, Republlc BUSIJJESS CU4.KCES. MERCHANDISE stock tor exchange. Invoicing about fl.too; well assorted and well-filled lines of all classes dry goods, furnishing roods, etc.: eoods In Rood order, straight and clean; owner will consider exchange for good land: must have some cash. Charles W. Somers, 607 Manhattan building. St. Paul, Minn. ONLY a few thousand shares Solar Furnace stock left at 3 cents each; will advance to 0 cents when elght-horse-power plant now being mult Is completed: your last opportunity, solar Furnace Co., Denver. Colo. PARTY with J3.000 to back gllt-cdse hotel prop osition. O 63. Republic "THIS Beats New Jersey" Charters procured under South Dakota laws for a few dollars, write for corporation laws, blanks, by-laws and forms to Philip Lawrence, late Ass't Secretary Beadle Uo., South Dakota. The Standard Credit Co. Vnl buy you a horse; wagon, harness, milch cow, furniture, anything, and sell to you on easy weekly or monthly payments. Room 600 Burilngtonbulldlns; S10 Olive. UKESSMjUtiSGT HILLMAN'S -iDresscuttlng School. 1S01 3. Broadway; -dressmaking Is simple by our patent system; cuts perfect every garment without ag snnjr or.'iaeasurlnir: bis: i?ronts foe s.itB. IJ"Ww ... L- J. .. . .. .""us.-uressroaaing. inaiea ana cntldren. BUSINESS FOR SALE. A RARE ODDortunltv: restaurant, ecati SO: re ceipts $45 day: clears (2CO month: rrrt SIS; rea sons, hare two places. 30 N. Eleventh at. BARBER Shop $200; new chain; cheap rent, , 3UU4 aiontgomery m. 11 A HUE II shorn G-chalr shon. finest In the City; World's Fair lease; doinjr big business. See this. Wardlow. COS Chestnut st. BARGAIN An old-established wall-paper store; good trade: will Lear Investigation; worth double the price. T 433. Republic , RIO bargain In rooming-house; good furniture; all cash.. SIM N. Fifteenth st. EO.VRDINO-HOUSE Good boardlng-houselflne location; dolnc a big business; good cause for selling. 3HA N. Broadway. CIGAIt fruit and laundry stand; laundry pays rent. HIS Olive ft. CIGAIt stand: no better corner In city: roan that get this must know his business; Invoice pnee. i rosgyr, oi commercial puuaing. CONFECTIONERY, branch baker and laun dry: price $:S'J; worth double: seo this bargain. Wardlow & Co.. C(6 Chestnut at. CORNER saloon, grocery and meat market: couple blocks from Union fetation: with low lease: best reason glen. Mejer Bros., Coffee Co., Second and Washington. "ESTABLISHED laundry, horsec wagons, full line machinery; In good running order. J 60. Re public. FirTEEN-ROOM house; a genuine money maker, anil a locality to do business: $31.50 rent; see this. Prosser. 519 Commercial building K0 Jon; established. 1512 Olhe st. GROCERY Small stock: cheap rent: good loca tlon. cash trade: call at once. loC2 S. Jefferson. GROCERY and Confectionery Store Oood lo cation; good trade; $140; call at once. 1540 Ren ton st. GROCERY Cheap rent; ll Ins-rooms; SIS: an other. $10 month: $275: other good ones; lmolce. Prcsser. 519 Commercial bulldlni:. GROCERY and meat market, good location: low rent: cash sales 350 day; a bargain If sold at once: Imestlg&le. 1411 S. Broadway. HANDSOMELY furnished rooming-house; location: at a sacrltlce. E 52. Republic. IF you want to buy a business anywhere In the United States, call or write Century Broker age Co. 810 Olive. LIVERY. und;rtaklrg: eight rigs, five horses, four sets harness, urdertaklrg toolv wort 3J 501: this week 31.250. Certuiy Brokerage Co . 810 Oil. e. LODGING-HOUSeT" tiTbeos: easllyTiear $1W month; winter's coal Included; stand investiga tion; unequaled bargain; $750. Century L'roLer ago Co , 510 O.ll e. LUNCHROOM: night trade: good front. cas ave. and Twenty-third st. Lu- NEW stock do goods and notions; under $1,000. 1300 Lee ave. NINE-ROOM houso: rent $35: light housekeep ing rooms: all full: must be sold this week. I'rosser, 519 Commercial building NOTION stcre. laundry branch, cigars, candles. 2852 Da;, ton st. OLD-ESTABLISHED saloon and boarding house, doing good business; tentral location; or will sell half Interest: Investigate this. 312 S. Bnadwaj. RESTAURANT and Chophouse Centrally lo cated: will sell cheap If sold at once. O 51. Re publlc RESTAURANT Can put you next to best deal In town; It means money for you. Prosser, 519 Commercial building. -RESTAURANTS-;250T$500, $1,000, SlTsOO: cigar stands $800 to $2,090: well located. World's Fair Brokerage Co.. S16 Olive. RESTAURANT and lunch counter, with t fur nished rooms: West Erd: W. F. lease; price $1.100. Wardlow & Co. 600 Chestnut st. ROOMING-HOUSE 11 rooms: gas. bath, fur nace heat. Owner, 2216 Olive st. ROOMING-HOUSE: nine rooms; well located on OHe; full of people: a snap; WW gets this. Address Harris. 2007 Olive. ROOMING-HOUSE, full paIcg rocmers; clears tGO monthly; very cheap; on easy terms. Ward low & Co., 606 Chestnut ft. ROOMING-HOUSE; 11 rooms; full; three blocks of Union Station, on Oliver a money maker; halfcasih, balance time. 3007 Olive. SALOON Very cheap If sold at once. 2723 N. Broadway. SALOON: good-palng corner. Inquire Gaat Brewing Co., 913 N. Sixth st. SALOON Fine location; will sail cheap, ac count sickness. Apply J. Simon, 817 Franklin. SALOON and boarding-house, with SO rooms. close to large factory district; long lease; low rent; price A50Q. Inquire 1000 y. Broadway. SALOON, boarding-house; twenty-three rooms; S2Q to S120 oer the bar; shoe factory and mar ket In vicinity. I'rosser. 519 Commercial build ing SALOON and Poolroom la manufacturing dis trict; good business; cheap rent; four rooms above; must sell; owner leaving city. W 49, Re public. SEVEN rooms, completely furnished: Olive, near Jefferson; price J.(W: part down; balance eaey. Prosser, 1519 Commercial building. SMALL confectionary store, once. M 47. Republic f cheap If taken at SMALL variety store with nice living-rooms; reasonable prieo. 2905 Benton st. "thREECHAIR barber shop. estnbTlshed fif teen years; retiring from business; bargain. 28C2 N. Grand. THREE special bargains; restaurants. Threa special bargains; rooming-houses. Three special bargains; cigar, confectionery and grocery stores. Call 612 Chestnut at. TWELVE-ROOM house. Olive st.; you can't beat It; rent $40; rooms full; fin furniture; terma. Prcsser, 519 Commerclalbuildlng. TWELVE-ROOM house, Washington ave.; rooms all full: finely furnished; 3350 cash bal ance 25 month. Prosser. 519 Commercial build ing; TWENTY-ROOM boarding house on Locust; full of boarders; modern; income tSOO monthly; cheap rent. World's Fair Brokerage Co., SIS Olive. TWENTY-ROOM rooming-house on Olive St.; finely furnisned: making big money: half catdi; line opening. World's Fair Brokerage Co.. 813 Ollve TWO-CHAIR barber shop: exceptional oppor tunity for good barber. B 22. Republic. $100 down handles 24-room rooming-house: two ear lease; fine furniture; modern, detached. World's Fair Brokerage Co., SIC Olive st. $550 buys 12-room boarding-house; near Garri son and Washington; good-paying house. World's Fair Brokerage Co.. SIS Olive st. 15.000 buys the best saloon In the cltv: clears $500 a month: see this. Wardlow & Co.. G06 Chest nut st. GLASCOCK Brokerage Co., 902 Chestnut St. SALOON: fine residence corner; $600 monthly; low rent: nice rooms: well est.; owner going -to Colorado. Glascock, 902 Chestnut. "LUNCHROOM and Chill parlors: near Post Office: 63 cents day rent; $600 montVy lnrero; $100; snap. Glascock. 902 Chestnut. LAUNDRY: centrally located: six branch of fices; clearing $100 monthly: $13.50 rent: plce $250: splendid for price. Glascock. 90S Chestnut. COAL, Ice and teaming; business present owner IS years; net d routs $50 month: 3 horses and wagon: price $2,00. Glascock. 902 Chestnut. LUNCH counter: horseshoe shape; seats 48; near Post Office: $L50o month income: can leare; $750 secures. Glascock. 902 Chestnut. GENTS furnishings: capital Western Stale; 12tVK, mnnthlv cash sales larvp nrnflta Mt- ten ! iear3: sell hrvolce: terms. Glascock. 902 .Chestnut. MILLINERY store; rapidly growing 1.500 Mo. railroad town: heart richest stock community; clears $1,000 annually; $L200. Glascock. 9L2 Che?t nut. RISTAURANT. JTO cash, balance (S5) T3.50 week: tine location: actually wortb double pric. asked: sickness cause: be quick. Glsscock. Vft Chestnut. "CONFECTIONERY, notions, cigars! laundry branch: $175 secures best place wlta living-rooms In city: see it betore too late. Glascock, S2 Chestnut. ROOMING-HOUSE. 14 large rooms: V.'ashlnston near Garrison; clears Jlgo month: J350 rash .? cures, balance monthly. Glascock. 903 Chestnut. STEAM-HEATED flat, s'x rooms, choice loci tlon: near Kwlns ave-: UO cash, balance J2.V) week: heat and Janitor service free. Glascock. $03 Chestnut. BOARDING-HOUSE. Pine st.. near Grand: 10 beautifully furnished rooms: 1150 cash, balan-e 135 month: rent tCS), Glascock. 933 Chestnut. SALOON, prominent ccmer. mostly whisky trade: ST00 monthly Income: low rent: lone lease; living-rooms; price I70O. Glascock. S02 Chestnut. GROCERY, prominent western thoroughfare; splendid cash trade: three furnished rooms: Imsj; 1.0CO; leaving city. Glascock. 303 Che-tnut. GROCERY and meats: finest residence district: 11.700 monthly Income: Ijjnir lease: SMC0 secures. very profitable business. Glascock. 903 Chestnut. RESTAURANT in W-room hotel; three-yea; lease: 23 rent: rooms: heat, water free; seats 'Z: price 3300. Glascock. M2 Chestnut. .9A,LOON..?n? ceT. with 1(1 rooms and hall: tl.000 monthly Income; i years lease; Independent brewery; price C30. Glascock. 802 Che'tnut. ROOMING-HOUSE. JlOn cash, balance $3.53 week: near Garrison ave.; every room full xomI paying roomers; rent $30; snap. Glascock. 2 Chestnut. ROOMING and boarding houses, alt riser, all prices: best locations: easiest term.- see our large list before buying. Glascock, SO! Chestnut. MEDICAL. BALM of Figs cures all female diseases. A fifty-cent packsge free to every woman. 8-e lady manager. I10T Chemical building. DOCTOR'S services free; private diseases of men and women cured: strict privacy: small charge for medicine only. Economy Fr Dis pensary, car. Thirteenth and Franklin are. DRRKATOLOGT. f't MrMtM-si,wAiaeagJMsi-M-k yatPW Pimples, Blackheads, Bran. tlon, and all disorders agsctlna skla and scalp permanently cured. mW " H. WOODBTJKT B. t, I r aw saei aiaia al at T a n at ata ar - PERSONAL. Fifteen Cents I'.r Ua. e-anty--M-W-i- A NEVER-FAILING regulator: always relia ble. SI: ladle, treated. SI: treatment guaranteed; private diseases of women a specialty; confine ment. IIS: best accommodations; trained nurses; infants adopted. Sanitarium. 3018 Ol've at. A PRIVATE detective does shadowing ard In vestigating; references. P. O. Box 770. Bt Lou la ABSOLUTE seclusion before and during ccn flnement. ZiHZ Eaaton; physician and surgeon. ABSOLUTE aecluslon before and during con flnement. 3043 Easton ate. Mr,. Doctor Smith, physician and surgeon. ALL private dl7eaes a specialty. Market Strsrt Dispensary. Fourteenth and Market. HALM of Figs curfflTsll female dUeases. A flftv-cent package free to every woman. See iadymanager. 1107 Chemical building CONFINEMENTS-freefhome found for Infant, If desired: consultation and trial treatment free; take part pay ;n work If desired; private, se cluded, licensed home, where you get your case guaranteed before payment; ladles, try ray regu lator; treats Irregularities: board. 12 per wee: all mall promptly answered: patients met at.boit or station In my vehicle. Mrs. Dr. Murphy. 3113 and 3113 Oily, st.; phone Klnloch C 331. DOCTOR MERWIN. 2233 Olive St.. treats all ladles' trouble,: treatments SI. DR. MARY ARTHUR. Specialist Ladles JQ trouble, ceil and get prompt relief; confinement cases taken; Infants adopted. 21131 Washington. DR. DENNIS. 239 Washington Ave. Ucensd physician: treats all female troubles: guarantees results; private home for ladies during confine ment: iierfect secrecy and seclusion: Infants cdoptel: ladles In trouble, call or write. HAVE you taken too much medicine? Did you ruin jour sjstem by the Indiscriminate use of drugs? Try our unsurpa-sed natural method of treatment by means of light (X and actlnlo violet rns): superheated air, water, electricity, massaire, against any kind of ailment, and you will bn convinced; references In office; moderate B rices; two physicians. Vienna institute, 1017 'lllon (S. Fifteenth) st. I WILL not be responsible for any debts con tracted by my wife. John S. Walsh, Paclllc Ex press Company I REFUSE to pay any bills contracted by my wife. May E. Bliss, as she has left my bed and board. Harry Illlsa. 1224 Elliot ave. LADIES In trouble, save time and morev bv calling on Doctor Lottie Frlck. 914 S. Twelfth st. LADIES, my regulator never falls; one coinplt. treatment rree. .Mrs. ,. Starr, vti) iraiuvtui .... MIDWIFE Receives during conflnemen; homes for Infants; ladles in trouble, call. 2S48 Lafayette. MRS. BRIDGES Laiiles In trouble won't re gret calling: no medicine. 3315 Laclede ave. Mrs. Dr. MurphVs Regulator. SI; Golden Seal. Mc; treats ladies SI; ao cure, no pay. 2125 Olive. MRS. HOTON-Ladle,' private heme during confinement; absolute privacy and safety assured; elegant accommodations: trained nurses, mother ly care and regular physician: satisfaction guar anteed: Infants adopted: skilled attention at low est terms. Call or write. 2201 Ollv, St. RHEUMATISM CURE. Mrs. Doctor Hoffmann treats massage and med ical bath: all diseases. rheumatim. nervousness and chronic diseases specialty. 519 N.Vandev enter. IIRQ I1R UnGflll receive, before and daring mnasUlls nwdHNconflnm,nt;lnf,nu adopt ed If desired: ladles In trouble, call or write; term, reasonable; consultation free. 2215 Ollv,. DR. ARTHUR'S GOLDEN SULnSr. Patent applied for; relieves In three hour,: bewar. of substitut.,; none genuine without signature of Goldenseal Med. Co.. ltd Washington; price 31. GOLDEN SLFEMA1TREGULrT0R Relieves In three hours. Beware of substitutes; none Renulno without signature of Catula Med. Co. Price 91.00. 23 Olive st. PHDNC Bunions and all troubles of feet ylnilOf treated. Dr. Gneacar. 40 Koken bldg., 715 Locust, opposite Laclede Oaa Co. RHEUMATISM- ,Neuralgla, Dure cure, ireaiment oy superne&iea an' bit, electricity, massage: success guaranteed; names of cured In office; two physicians. VIENNA INSTITUTE. 1017 Dillon (S. 15th) st. n . . :.: . . - RHEUMATISM quickly and permanent ly cured; throw awny the flannel strln and lin iment mottle and take "Sparhawk Rheumatic Cure." an Internal remedy; thP only logical treat ment for Rheumatism. Neuralila and Lumbago. For sale by all druggists. W cents. SPARHAWK CHEMICAL CO.. St. Lo'Jls. Mo. DR. ANNIE NEWLAND. Conflnementa. JI0; trained nursing, elegant ac commodations; free homes for Infants, if desired; lad ea treated for J3 (treatment guaranteed): reg ulator SI enly; private, reliable, recluded; 11 cened home, where you are well treated and your care guaranteed; private diseases a spe cialty. 2S2S Olhe st. UUSICAIm ALL band Instruments at cut prices; second hand string bass only 115; repairing dono. J. 1'lacht & bon. 1U S. Jtiroauway. AN enormous Importation of violins, accordions, strings and fittings from EUropi. Jos. F. Hunl-th Muslo Company, 9 8. liroadway. AN Inducement to buy of usi Mandolins. $1.25 each; l.Ouo guitars, $2 each; we carry largest stock of musical Instruments in city; wholesale and retail. Joseph F. Hunleth. S. Broadway. ATTENTION, Bargain-Seekers $175 buys fine Singer mahogany upright piano, stool and scarf. Caragher A Study, lloi 3. Jefferson ave. ATTENTION 40 pur cent discount on tuning and repairing of pianos and organs; send this &i. Daniel G. Dunker Piano Co., 1331 North Market. ' BARGAINS Upright pianos $15, J16S. $175, $185 and $223; Gabler. Knaren & Son. Hackly, Carsile; stool and scarf. Caragher ft Study, U01 S. Jefferson. j Bb Benson cornet, slill. er-plated, $25; raxo phone, with case, only $50; ccst $&; new; good bargain. J. Placnt, 115 S. Bruadway. DIG bargains In used pianos; $1,100 Stelnway Grand, now $75; loiely $550 oak upright, now $165: elegant $400 mahogany upright, now $175; beautiful $450 walnut upright, now $190: and squares $30 to $76 worth three or four times what we are asking for them, are special bar gains this week at F. O. Smith. Mfr., 1012 Ollv st. A. E. Whltaker. Mgr. CASH paid for secondhand cornets, altoe, bary tones; tubas, clarinets, bass violins, teno'-s; re pairing done. Tony Placht. 1002 Olive st. FRANK E. TAYLOR, teacher of mandolin and guitar (pupil of Wm. Fooen); music furnished forall occasions. Studio 1713 Good ave. FULL-SIZED mahogany upright piano; reli able Eastern make, rich, sweet tone; perfect con dition: at one-third value; also masitlve golden oak dining set, with leather-seat chairs. 3663 Pine. GRAPHOPHONES and talking machines at reduced prices; records 30c each: disc records. $4.50 per dozen. Jos. F. Hunletn, 9 S. Broadway. "HEAR the soul of a Krokauer sing"; to hear It is to buy It. Sold only by Daniel G. Dunker Piano Co.. Fourteenth and North Market sts. ITALIAN vocal and piano studio; Slsmor Purcasl. late from Royal Musical Conservator' 8523 Llndell. JOHN FELD sells Sohmer, Newby. Evans and Majestic pianos only, at 1901 HL Louts ave. First clan tuning. Phones. Tyler 571A and D 1413. LARGEST and most complete selection of band, orchestra and sheet music in city. Joseph F. Hunleth Mualc Company. 9 S. Broadway. NEW upright pianos at factory prices. Joseph F. Hunleth Music Company, 9 8. Broadway. RENT pianos; $1. $2. $3, $4 per month; lowest firices in town and best asFortment; rent sl owed If piano Is purchased. F. G. Smith. Mfr.. 1013 Olive st. A. E. Whltaker. Mgr. UPRIGHT or sauare piano wanted; must be cheap; for cash. A 49. Republic WE supply outside towns with new or second hand Instruments ; write us and save money. J. Placht & Son. 115 S. Broadway. Sl5 Fiwher upright; cost three times as much. new; rtool and scarf; will take $7 monthly. Beyer's. Seventeenth and Locust. $SS buys fine piano, with stool and cover. Schu bert &Moe2fl02Frankllnave. J400 buys a fine parlor grand piano; cost $965; with gtool and coyer. At U14 y. Sixteenth st. 553 I la licit & Davis; line little Instrument; do not miss it; will take S4 monthly. 'Beyer & Son, Seventeenth and Locust. $35 bujs good Chlckerlng piano. In thorough condition: no better bargain In cityi $4 monthly. Beyer & Son. Seventeenth and Locust. $175 Two elegant mahogany upright pianos, slightly used, at the aboe prices: ak for blue tag. Beyer's, Seventeenth and Locust. RLEGAXT assortment new upright pianos In all the choice woods and latest stjles; our ad vance shipment ct holiday goods: call and see cur complete stock and very low prices; we sell direct from factory to purcharer and save you $"0 to SWQ. Bradburr Piano Warerooms. F. G. Smith. Mfr.. 1012 Olive Bt A. E. Whltaker. Mgr. PIANOS FOR RENT AT LOWEST RATES. Lane Stock to Select Froos. THE ESTET CO- 111 Oltva Itreau Thi, name on a piano means exquisite too,, P .t?' ouch and action and perfect satisfaction S. l?J? uy" 81 on terms to suit at most reasonable prices, only oy THE ESTEY CO., 1111 Ollvs st. ruh SALS ajiSCfcLLASfToTJSr .AJfi?M-.p?P, ton filter. Xc; a HO pre- ET inSrCTii.v"" e aaioasn, oc up; 8c. Peak Filter Comnmy . 703 Pine st. A RAZOR itmn i-. wArtti sac; firxt.4. J5?Il worth '&50: srood shears, pocket knives: cheap, stsrrf.rt hvSi Co.. B N. Sixth st. ALL kinds of Walabacn Kbt andj-saij supplies; easa. ESTEY FOR SALE 3!ISCI:i.LAM;oV9. hI'Hi,c"'.,S,5,.M-.S.!imple hat and shoT"j fi . .-ii1?1, a ,ha"- 'V hal,, SSc. rood ahct, tl: all kinds of caps. 5c up. 703 ijne at. . REST make coal-oli heater. Mr. nn.i im- No. 10M Market'0,?- "' Cmim Uru'- J' ni I REST make coul-oll heater. E.U 1n ?oiaMarkerf- " "' C'n1"n Uros-"- up; No. 10.IH art! BILLIARL" and pool tables bought sold anJ "clTn"d: pool supplies rr,enp. a. fc. Schmlu". 326 Market. Bell phone Main 277611. btSU,L palms' Ka". tc. frora"Nleman Hrt. and save rnonej : on, lie; turpentine. 5c; lead. J to 6c. 1911 Park aveSUney 42SM: D 12. CASH registers of all kinds ouught. sold and exchanged. Call or address Jamea Duffv, 11C N. Ninth st. ?O.A.'r"rurn:-0'..',:C. $3 ter to. dTlivered. Ed ward Dorr. 2013 Harmt st I'hoe Klilcgh C -2. COAL-Dorr's lilgh-grideTloTrer tu .delivered. Edward Dorr. 2013 Market st. Rhine kin. C 22. COAI-IIIph-grade fjmll coal. 10c per bu., dellvired. Full WjlKlit Coal Co.. 224 ilermud Jaccard building, lehphoij Klnlooh D ls. COAL. 9c bu . two bundles kindling with Y bu : six bundles 50 bu. A. M. Movrr. 262S Chouteau. C. 197C. Fifteenth and Walnut. COAL Now is the time to buy our con!; :row5, clean conl. 10c: delivered Klnloch C 1S4. South ernCoal Co.. 315 S. Fourteenth st. COLLlNSVII.Li: coal. Sl,c, Mount Olive. 10c: Mount Olive nut, $2 10 a ton; all orders delivered promptly. G. I'. McGulre. 1S16 Morgan st. DCRKICKS. 221-11S feet; rope, block and tackle: two hardwood, cne lrui truck: mortise machine: good condition. 2962 N. Prairie ae ELEGANT Brunswick iwol and billiard tables: sell or rent reasonalde; ata all kinds of supplies on hand. J. I.. Fowler. 1321 Market st. fEATHER renovator: cheap. 49,9 Easton ave. FINE art pocket mirrors; big sellers; flic dsx.; samples. 10c stamps: send Reliable Novelty Co., 1104 .Market st . bt. Louis, Mo. FOR paints, glass see the Great Western Paint cnu loior tympany; Mnervvln-vvimain, pant Northeast corner Twelfth and Pine; Main 1025A MANUFACTURER'.-! stock of fine goods at auc.ton. 513-512 rr.inklin ave. MEN'S shoes half soled. 2Zc; rubber heel put on, STc; uprk guirantttd; oi"n eenlugs. The Electric Shoe Repairing Co., 1C04 OUe t. NEW and secondhand billiard and pool tables for ale cr rent. The U ru ij 3 wick-UJlk-Cullender Cc, 103 S. Fourth st. PILE lumber at our janls. Cclumh'a Per Co.. Second and pnlm si. PIPE 3.O0O feet m-inch black pipe In lft-Ccot lengths; E.oco feet I'x-inch arnmenia pire in 23 foot length, all at 2 cents per pourd; also SO 1U Inch ammonia eW. 204 fc. Third st. llell Main 22S1A. SEVEN tons anthracite furnace coil, extension table. dlninjT clMlrF. rretal bid. tonnes, raat- trrs, eas-y chalpi, rues and ether household goods; call at once. i.Zi McMillan axe. THE Elite cas generator; will sell cheap; al most now, 3371 Fclaom axe. THREE flat-top desks, letter cabinet, table. chairs. Mter press. Call at 411 Oonlte Block, t-etween 9 and 12 Wednesday or Thursday mo.n lng. TWO safes, ton ae. one roller-top desk. 413 Washing USE my 23c Mocha-Java, or 4 rounds for $1; It has no equal: when you need trial order call up D 1033. J. P. O'Connor, 32o0 Olive st. WIRED Lath Tencing R. H. Myers, hardware. Fells 100-ft. rolls. 4 ft. hleh. rilnted cvDrer Pick ets, only ?C Sole agt., 3711 N. II way; both phon-s. TOU can get stickers, but not stuck, at Doc tor Cord ? dentist, by mall, 2c stamp. De Soto building. 70SH Pine et. STOVE REPAIRS For any old stove. C T. 3-orsaaw." in N. ltth. Kla. STOVE REPAIRS. Itepatrs for all stores and rnn?e. Northwestern Etove Repair Co.. 11J N. Eighth st near Pine. STOUAGli AXU JIOVI.VQ. ABSOLUTE care gien to moving, storage and packing; $2 50 and upward per load. Lyons Mov ing Co.. 3.11 OHe st.; phone Klnloch D 1027. AMERICAN Storage and Moving Company, 2315 Olive St. Packing, shipping, storage; sepa rate re oms. Main 2531. W. II. Langdale. BONDED Warehouse Hy. C. Wlehe Storage and Moving Company, No. 1512-16 Franklin ave.; money advanced when desired. Klnloch C 968. F. II. PORTMAN Storage and Moving Co. eparate room; low price on reliable moving and storage. Office 2S01 Cass; phone D 1217. LINDCLL Storage and Moving Company moves furniture with care by experienced men; send postal. 1227 N. Taylor. Klnloch phone B I860. NEW YORK Storage Company, Office. 311 Union Trust Building Move, pack, ship, store fine furniture In private rooms. Phone Main 2S1. SOUTH Side Storage and Movine Co , 1M1. 1903 and 1905 Sidney st. TeL, Sidney 235; Kin. C 1915. SELKIRK'S STORAGE House for furniture, etc.: new and clean; lowest lnsurasce; careful moving, packing ant shlpplag; iens-10-12 Chouteau. Llcnred bv the SLat nA guaranteed by Mississippi Valley Trust Co. for t2,080. CTflRAfiP ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF; new ? I UnHDt, warehouse. Grard and Laclede. for safe keeping of furniture, piano trunks, valuables, boxes, etc.; strictly first-clam; moving, packing, shipping, etc. Our fire 1 lsurnnce the lowest. Money advanced. Ship goods our care. Estimates free Get our rate. Iioth telephones. R.U. LEONORI AUCTION AND STORAGE CO., 1219-21 Olive st. HUSIKCSS WAXTGD. ANY man that has suit or overcoat goods he wants made up (tailored) call at TIcknor's, 12J N Eleventh su CIGAR or csndy store, quick. M 0. Republic. fixtures and storeroom. ELECTRIC bell and repairing done by amlth, Jr.. 3319 Easton ave. JOHN a LYONS. Undertaker and Kmbalmer Work done at reasonable rates. 31 Olive St.; tel. D 107: formerly 3I4S Kfjton axe. POSTAGn stamps taken for candy, clgarf. to bacco, writing material, note, pocket and bill books. noe!s, etc. 704 Market st. SMALL storeroom for confectionery, with two or threa living-rooms; reasonable tent. M 47, Republic. WE'LL get a buyer for, or buy outright, any legitimate business quickly, quietly, satlsfac torlly. Glascock Brokerage Co.. 9J2 Chestnut at, SCRAP IRON, METALS AND RAGS. O. Mathea Sons Rag Co., Broadway and Branch. Speaking of city FILTRATION By alum No; by AQUAPURA. Of course. &6-S7 Union Market. Sixth street side. HECftrT SOCIETIES. -""- , , ,-ij iin.rnriJijlJJXfLAJ AMCIEXT FREE AND ACCEPTED MASOH9. !. .j. ,. . .t f,l-lfl-tj-Vyrj ANCHOR LODGE. KCT. 443, A. F. &, A. Diuifi cvainiuuiuuiiua ai ;ju o ciock c. Wednesday. November 12. JefTT- son nnd Park avenues. Work. erond He- son rce. i.rcinrcn weicorr.r. OTTO F. TRAUBEL. W. M. R. n. CatTall. Secretary. 7& ERWIN IjODGE. NO. IM. A. T. A. A. M.. Maronle Temple. Grand and Flnnev Avenue? Special communication Wednes day. November 12. 1SQ.L nt s n m m.- rnorial services In honor cf our departed brethren. All Master Mascns invited to attend. li II. BOSSE. Acting W. M. Geo. J. Berne, Secretary. GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. V, 9. A. K. e A. M.. will hold stated rom TLX munlcation at 7:30 o'clock Tuesdav even ' Ing. November 11. at Masonic temple. Grand and rinney avenues. Work li the M. M. degree. Members nre requstl to attend. Visi tors are alwaja welcome. T ,. A. L. MARION. W. M. Henry Llhou. Secretatr. A KEYSTONE LODGE. NO. H3. A. T. & . M. Special communlcntfoTi at nmn.t Avenue Masonic Temp.e thl Wpiin.i.iv at 7:20 n. m. M. 1 r1ma Vl,itn brethren fraternally invited. w JOHN II. NAGEL, W. M. Moces Ely, Secretary. A T.AMns7CTN Tjnnr.v. vn JM a t r. M. Stated communication this Wednes da evening, November 12. at 7:30 o'clock. Work In tne second deer... Visitors welcome. FRED G. FUESSEL. W M R. N. Gray. Secretary. " A MISSOURI LODGE. NO 1 A F a M. Called communication 'en Frldav vl M d3"nd-AVnujMaiTSh M. degree. Members are requested and iiStini brethren fraternally lnv lted to attend l"lnr JohnH. Deems. Secmal?: McLE- W. M. A OCCIDENTAL IJDGE. NO 16? A v V A- M.-Speclal communication it Ch,: V n1ih'fhn..HvlU?r.a,nd avenue MasSnfcT: V-'; l)'!d-.'ieski'- November 12. at 1X0 fra.!efnaS.y.yit,edM- M" gTe'- yiM ""'- A P. Oliver, fte&'r?. D" HAM1"ON. W. M. ST. LOUIS CHAPTER n i wxr-Tya of Rose Croix, will meet at Scottish Rite Cathedral, corner Seventeenth and Locust streets, on vtednesdav. Kmvmh.. .. - 19 o'clock a. m. Candidates must be prompt! ,v o P-y-WRAiXWIseMaJter. John R. Parson, Secretary. K-MGHTS TEMPLARS. 9 ASYLUM ASCALON y1mmavtwtji No. 15. K. T.-SIr knights of this com" mandery Bre hereby notified to report la full-dress uniform at amrliTin nr.n.4 av- rue Masonic Temple. Thursday. November 13. iza. p. m.. for tne purpose or ecrm as escort to Anchor Lodge. No 441, A F. a. .M., at the' funeral of our late frater. Em nent Sir C C Rainwater. The commandery win leave the ssy lum at 13:13 p. m. sharp. Fritters or sister com raanderles are very courteously invited. Br ordmr FRANK H. HASKIN8. ActUIX B. CV ,W. a. Bavkan. Recorder. " SECRET SOCIETIES. K.MGI1TS OP PYTHIAS. nurtLlNn-rnv iitjor. s'n. 3M. K. OF P., meets every Wednesday at Llght stcne's Hall. Eleventh tnd tTanslin ave S i nue. Visitors Invited. COCTOR W. U. KENNEDY. C C. J,s. J. Muore K. or 1L a b CASTI.H iiai.i. notiy.iiT E. COWAN ' Lode. No. 131. K of P.. West Hall. Centurv l'ulldlnc. Ninth and Olivt, Streets ..(in 1tnr1'Sip Vriff mlv.i 1? nt Fi in. sharp. Work In rank of E'a'Ji.-e. Visitor, conlially luviiec rj. u. m...-viia.. . v.. Attest: Henry II. Luebbert, K. of R. i S. CASTLE HALL OF MONITOR LODGE. No. 6S. Knli;ht3 cf P)tma. meet ev. ry Thursday een n nt CentJry building ifimt hnin vim mi nliv. (trets. where laltors are alwavs welcome and niT-ihtrs want'd. FRCi L. 1'FISTER. C. C. I W. J. Otto. K. of IE. CHEVALIER LODGE. NO 70. KNIGHTS of I'ythlai. castle mil In Odd Fellows Temple, Hall -,o. 2, EUhth l"lioi-R su lar tnet!tlns ev..rv veint!tliv evertllK. 3 o'clock sharp. Buslne of IiniKirtane Wednes day evening. November 12. 1J02. Visiting knights always welcome. STANLEY D. PEAKCB C. C. Attest: Louli W Horsenfrel. K. of It. & S. Ad dress, 23 Arseral street. COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 2JC. K. OF lt., rntets every Ttlesiltv evening at S "clock. In ra: hil'. Century buildlne. VSItltll riTlil fllliA ei. ts til ni&mT.urK Ti. quested to be present. Tuei.lay. No. ember 11. work In ranv of E.qulte Visitor, welcom". Tunc; ii- l.ii t ti' ,- r J. P. Pempsy, K. of R.'i S. DAMON LODGE. NO. I'. K. OF P.. rfneets eve-v We 'negiay vnmc at O.ld Tellows' Hall. No. 3. Ninth and Olive stre-t-. M-etln? cill-rt nrcmDtlv at I o'clock. Vlltor and members are cordially in vited. Business meelinc. H. A. GALLANT. C. C Atte't: II. R. Bcnr.ei. K. or It. .v: 3.. No 43 Evans avenue. FUTURE GREAT LODGE. NO JTG. K. of P.. meets ef-ry Wednes l.y evening at o u t-ircK ni nowani 1 jicu, lrinieui 1 flTlH e'lT'tlA df Paafe WnJnnt t A.a,i e t . -.!. -.- .,'iiii;- tviiiiis s November 12. Vrk in rank of E,ulre. Vsl-lng t ' knlL-hts fraternaliv )nlted 1 It'll r t t ffTt r-r y- - W. A. Roberts. Kl cf R. &. S. GOLDEN GOLDEN CROWN I ODGU NO. 2 I'lt-cis erry r itr.uy ?niliK n iTn 9 Urti st , , rAr,tn. Kit tl.T- T. lnj?. Ninth and OHe str L. Work in ranK ot r,fquire j rmav, roemrjer 11 ...-. -"" mpmrrrs expBiea. isiifjrs cor CROWN dially Invited. J. IT MILLER. C C. Hen it C. Scott. K. cf R & S. MODOC IODGE. NO. 290. K. OF P.. rvetc ecry Tutwduy evenlnt? hT ? o'clock at Aticho- Hall, souths ?7t correr JetTer ion ana Park avenues. Tak CoToroi HelgMo, I'ark or Jeffercn ave. car. Membr3 are expected and visitor cordially inited to at tend. HrNRV U DtSClXER. C C Frank Morripy. K. cf R 3 I'ARAROX I-ODGH, NO. , K. OF P . meets every Tuesday evenlnc In Hall No. 3. Odt Fallows- building. Ninth and Olive streets. Next Tuesday. lank of Knlcht. Members expected and visiters cordially Invited. HOT Y. DRHTHUS. C. C. Attest: Frank Johnson. K. of R. & S. PREMIER LODGE. NO. !. K. OF P Regular meeting every Thursday even Inz at Hall No. 1 Old Felines bulldln. Xest meeting. Thursday. November 13. Members are requested to bv present Visitors cordially Invited. JOHN A. BRUNER. C. C. J F. Witt.. K. of R. ft P. 4k i RED CROSS LODGE. NO. M. K. OF P.. meets Wednesday nlsht at Odd Fel lows" Hall. Ninth and Olive streets o- verrber 12 B.cont rank and entertain ment w. L. TRrCKENMILLER. a C. II. VT. Beldln?. K. of R. & S. & ZULCMA LODGE. NO. 221. K. OF P.. meets Monday eenlmc November 10. in. Hall No. 1. tenth floor Centurr Luildlnir. at S o'clock. Work In rant nf Knu!r-. Members expected and iMtor cordljillv invited to Attest: O. M. Brooks. IC of R. ft S. INDEPENDENT ORDCR ODD FELLOW! ANCHOR LOPGE. NO. 32. L O. O. F., meets every Monday evening at bchuette's 1UIL Nineteenth and Wrlcht streets. Work In the detrreea. Vlslting brother welcome. MAGNUS MONSON. N. t. David Petty. Secretary 1111. Tom. JE3$SRfr- ST- WUIS LODGE, NO. C. MEETS 2SC?j5fe2c ever Saturday evening, liall No. 1. tl&FZr Old Fellows' bull ling, southeast cor- rttwr- ner Ninth and Olive, at 8 o'clock. Work In the Second degree. Members expected to attend. Visitors welcome. C A. MILLER, N. G. Chas. M. Hoyt. Secretary. WDLDEY LODGE. NO. 2, I. 0 O. F., meets Tuesday evening of each week, at Hall N. 1, Odd Fellows bulldlmr- corner Ninth and Ohve. at 8 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited. GORDAN S. SERVANT, N. O. S. R. Servant. Secretary. KM GUTS OF THE MACCABEES. DEWEY TENT. NO. 81. Knlchta of the Maccabees of the World, meets second and V urth luesaay or erery mentn at vuth 1st Louis Turner Hull. Tenth nn.i Carroll streets. Next ravlev Tuesdav evening. November 11, the Initiation of elected candidates by Dewey degree team. Visiting sir knights are cerdlal'y invited. H. Malrson, Record Keeper, 1U8 S. Tenth st. MILLER TENT, NO. 171 meets second and fourth Tues. days of each month at Dela bar's Hall, at Broadway and Elm streets. VIsltlac sir knights are welmore. J. a MILLER. Commander, XH Olive street. A. Jester. R. IC. 501 South Ninth street. KNIGHTS OP COMTMBCS. KENRICK COUNCIL. NO. C- Knights of Columbus, meets ev ery second and fourth Wednes day In Rose Hill Hall, No. 9uT Maple avenue. Vlslllng knights lnv Ited. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Grand Knight. Walter T. Cunningham. Recorder. MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO. 60S. Knights of Cclumbus. meets every second snd fourth Tuesday tn the West Hall. Century build ing. Ninth and Olive streets. Visiting knights cordially in. ' W. L. MEE. Grand Knight. F. P. Leonard. Recorder. KNIUUYS OF HONOR. -- DELLEFONTAINE LODGE. NO. 1273. Spv'K K. of H., meets second and last Wednes vSSV flays st No. 6134 North Broadway. All S- Knlgnts of Honor welcome. FRBD TIUE.S. Dlctltor. 5103 No-th Broadway. F. A. Ds Vol. Reporter, 1323 Blair avenue. M CENTENNIAL LODGE. NO. 41T. Knlchts of Honor, meets every first and third Wednesday of each month at Kahl man's Hall, southeast corner Twcnty econl and Madison streets. All Knights ot Hon or cordially Invited. . JAMES J. Ml'LCAHY. Dictator. No. 3S31 Cas. avenue. M. Thavonot. Rep., No. 300G North Market st. ItED 3IE.N. STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO. J5. . Imnroved Order of Red Men. meets . every Thursday nUht at Druids' Hall. mntn auu jibiki succl. rim Thursday of esch month. Adoption degree: si-cond Trursday. Warrior's deKree: third Thursday. Chief's de .r... fourth Thursday, tribal bual. less. Vlsltlns; chiefs Invited to our councils. a V.'. FRAZEE. Sachem. Q. C E. Townsend. a of P.. ROYAL LEAGUE. GREELEY COUNCIL. NO. IU. Royal League, metts every second and fourth Wednesday evening at S o'clock in hall MO Burlington bulld Inp, 810 Olive street. Neat meeting. Wednesday evening. November 13. A good time guaranteed to all. Cigars always on hand. All members of the order cordially Invited Fraternally. DAN'I. It. PE1STER- Arrhon Jones. Bribe. ORDER OF COLUMBIAN KMGIITS. ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 53. ORDER y of Columbian Knights, meet, every i s. vjaa reiiows ouuaing. visuinsr members of the order are always wel come. Cigars and Initiations at all m.etlnsrs. W. L. FERRIER. Preldent. John F. Ryan. Secretary. Wells Fargo Express KNIGHTS OP FATHER MATIIEW. John J. ST. LAWRENCE O'TOOLE COUN CIL No. S, Knights of Father Ms their Meets on nrst and third Monday of each month, at School Hall. No. ltu O'Fallon street- All members rqucst ed to bu present Visitors welcome. JOHN M. HENNE33Y, Chief Sir Knight Scully, Recorder. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. ft ST. LOUIS AERIE. NO. 41. FRATER. nal Order of Eagles, will meet evu-v I Wednesday at 8 p. m. at Havlln'a Hall, fetxtn ana nunui .ireets. CONRAD KEMPF. TV. P. Jna A. aernes. W. Secretary, lcor Chestnut at NATIONAL UNION. BUNKER HILL COUNCIL. No. 4J. N. TJ meets second Wednesday of each month at Wea sel's Rail. Eighth and Franklin avenue, st t "."i; -- Sr " MOIXOON. President. J. 0. Tncy. SKntary. M 1LHT Mr P SECRET SOCIETIES. TRIIIE OF HEa IIUR. 'i Wi in f i j tf TRIBE OF BEN IIUR. ST. LOUIS COURT. No. 4 Tribe of Ben Hur meet, io-n:gnt at Twenty-econd and Franklin avenue. Shoemiiors" 111,1 A sm' aai !e,i7DolvS2,I.,rcl!e Alice a Mulkey. Scribe. 1710 Wash street. liOYAL ARCASUli; Roval Arcanum, J9-31l Hclland Hulldlng-A cordial welcome to vlait ors. friends, brethren and mjnitvr, from abroad. F. H BACON G. R. Jere Haldeman. Acting Grand fc:r. WHEELER SEEKS SPEAKERSHIP. II Is Said to Be the Aduiinist ra tion Candidate. REPUBLIC SFECIAL. Sprlngfleld. 111.. Nov. lL-Doctor John A. Wheeler of Auburn, who anpires to the speakership of the House of Rcprjsenta-tlvi-s in the next General Assembly-. Is n. very ouns man. who has rien rapidly to the front ranks In Republican politics In llllnoia Two years ago ho was chosen by the Tanner men as their candidate for Rep resentative. He waa prominent in affairs in the last House, and was manager ot DOCTOR JOSETII A. vTHEELETt. Of Auburn. Candidate for Speaker of the Lower House of the Illinois Legislature. John R. Tanner's campaign for United States Senator. Last ear he conducted the campalini ot A. J. Hopkins In this county so success fully that his followers carried ever;? pre cinct In the county. Doctor Wheeler has opened headquarters In Chicago and will mako an active fleht for the speakership. He is supposed to have the support of the Stato administration. CULL03I is sirrpoiunsG caxsos. Spoones Has Llkerrl.e extended llelplns Hand to llabcock. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Vashinn;ton. Nov. 1L Senator Cullom. who. Is In the city, has begun an active campaign In behalf of Representative Can non for Speaker. "I do not." he said to-day. "Intend to do more in this matter than it Is proper for a member of the Senate to do. but I do not believe it will be conisdered out of place for me to sav a word for an old friend from mv own State and especially when he is so well fitted for the duties of the office as Is 3Ir. Cannon. He is one of the oldest mem bers of the House in point of service, and no man has done more valiant work than he has done as chairman of the Committee on Appropriations, which position he has held ever since the Republicans last came into control of the House of Representa tives. He has. for much of that tUne. been recognized as the leader ot the House, and has won the respect and admiration of the country for his stand for the protection ot the Treasury against too liberal inroads. He occupies a conservative and yet a safe po sition with reference to the tariff." Senator Spooner has followed suit by tak ing a hand for the election ot Representa tive Eabcock of Wisconsin to the speaker ship. The entrance of Senators Into a tight of this kind is an innovation, but shows that a lively contest may be looked for. and that Cannon's election is bv no means assured at this time. Several East ern members have announced that they 'will support Babcock. DARTHOLDT SUPPORTS CASSOJt. 6ny Country Districts In Mlssoarl Are Mostly Republican. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Milwaukee. Wis.. Nov. 11. Congressman Richard Bartholdt of St. Louis. th only Republican In the Missouri delegation, came to Milwaukee to-day. "No. my visit to Milwaukee baa no- politi cal eignincance whatever," Mr. Bartholdt said. "I am not doing- any work tor any candidate for Speaker or anything; of that sort- I am simply taking- a little rest after the campaign. I understand that your own Mr. Babcock will be a candidate for the chair. Personally I am for Mr. Cannon of Illinois. "In Missouri the rural district are al most all Republican. But they steal the big cities away from us. We are workbK under a law called the Neabit lawl vhich is somewhat similar to the Goebel law In Ken tucky. "Primary elections? Yes, we tried primary elections m the cities of Missouri and did not And them satisfactory." MUSIC FOR INSANE MAN. Beneficial Effects Are Expected to Work Permanent Cnrt. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. Nov. 1L Ta Influ ence of music as played by the famous Boston Symphony Orchestra is extected to restore to reason a young muslcan who has been a patient in the Hudsoi River State Hospital for the Insane for .he past sis months. The young man Is Bruno Boenn. SO years of age, who was himself a member of the Boston orchestra until he broke dovn from overwork- Boehn is a violinist of fine ac complishment. When, a month ago. it was amouneed that the Boston Symphony Orchetra was coming to Poughkccpsle. the yonr musi cian petitioned Superintendent Plgrlm to be allowed to attend tho concert Doctor Pilgrim gave his consent, and 1st night the patient, accompanied by an atsndtnt. sat throughout the concert. It has lad such a beneficial effect upon him that tie physi cians believed to-day that It wood prove the means of effectinc a cure, and that he would be able to bo discharged ma thort time. Cnlon Veterans' Camp Fr. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield, HL. Nov. 11. Severalhundred members of the Union "Veterans' Tjdon -were present in Representative Hall tis-. after noon when General J M. Morgm' commander-in-chief of the Illinois -,dfvls4cm, called the annual encampment at order. Prccedlns: the opening session a ftrfet pa rade was given. Only preliminary business was disposed of this afternoon. I The camp tire, held under the iispleea of the union this evening, was larply at tended. Addresses were delivered (r Con gressman Ben P. Caldwell and Genral Al fred urenaorn. Mayor Phillips weicoted tha visilinc veterans and S. W. O'Oellbf Mo- iine responaeu. Shoe and Prises. The J. Q. Brandt Shoo Company,) way ana j-ucas avenue, nave tne si trol and sale of the popular "Queej iu-' snoes in at. iouis. in connect! this sale Is a competition for 100 prils. The first prize Is 41.000. the second CGQ. Kill in formation and contest blanks mayse had at Brandt's. Their advertisement In the back page of to-day's Republic -ill tell you about the prize offering- as wel&s tho quality and prices ot footgear of a kinds to be had. 1 Trouble Led to Suicide. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. j Pana, HI., Nov. HColvln Marsl weu known resident of ShelbjrvUIe. Jmitte4 suicide last evening on tie C. & . j. R. R. bridge by shooting' himself n the head with a 32-caliber revolveK mestlc troubles are said to be the cans of tile act. as ho was married In August, nd for some time past has not been living Ith his i!fe-,t He was a years of age. Pr bus to shooting himself he went.home an bid his relatives all good-by. Including his ;ed and Infirm mother. Bartenders Annnal Ball i . "" " or xta Bartenders' iuuj ixrasue, wm give tnelr anr Querade recention tn-nl.he ...v t Hall, corner of Thirteenth and , .. ,., . .- . . ..Q l .u ,i J" siWSsssssssiBssiasaii - . sH jP5 JBrnffiNf i TMIsbbsbsMbbbbbbI m ,i . . O 4 srend- o ctm-Qual- n with CC -- - 4V cjjE&s-z&-fes iafeesMMSKsa i&mm&-s&. . 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