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fTrtW sSjy yj THE REPUBLIC: SICTURDY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903. ' 4 1 ft 1 H jkS l'3 If;' 12& I fc r-i i-a fe m 1J5 B W I,, few BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. tjtjTj-ijjuuMirii - ... - jj RECORD OP BIRTHS. John and Hilda. Cattlnc. JCC8 South Twelfth; John and Annie Cody. S707 North 'lnth: slrl. John and Jennie lhnn, 3i06 North Uroid--ay: boy, Krank and Marie stemmer. 2722 Falena; boy. George and Annie Horntlo. M33 Masnolta; boy. Morris and Lena Israel. 2310 h: girl. John and Alice Connors, 1313 OTallon; girt. TlmothT and Ada Kcehan. 1S1RA naeon: boy. John and Winifred Nolan. 2WIA Glasgow: Prank and Mrs. Hermann. 516 TVcst End; boy. James and Estella Hunt, 2503 N. Ninth: boy. P. It. and B McCarthy. 1014 Clark: boy. It. K. and Mrs. Challenar. 4353 Kvans: boy. Tom and Annie VcnKemper. ISIS Twentieth; Richard and Maggie "Wagner, 1S41 North Mar- SK It ester and Augusta Bays. 4315 Oregon; Klrl. MARRIAGE LICENSES. WVMMWWVWVWWWVWWVrWM William Utile ac Plum Mrs. Amanda White 116 rium Karl Marlrldlth i Iron Viola Young KJ Iron D. a Hunter Clinton. Mo Mcud It. Williams Clinton. Mo W. J. Lrverrage 1117 South Compton J. A. Lockclt 217 riollda TCeddlne RIncs (Solid Gold). rinest qualities. to J3. .Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust. BURIAL PERMITS. Charlotte Diet. C2 years. 2037 Dickson; John a Etx, 71 years. KM Missouri: senility. Joseph II. Llewers, is jears, 1930W North Market: old age. Augustus Krleckhaus, CJ jears. 2411 Iemp: Fraxces Irene- 'Wllllaan. 4 years. 1034 Market; gastroenteritis, "acob Erkerbrak, 47 years. J12 Buchanan: rank Valentine, C4 years. 4466 Hunt; no- T Maggie Tynoall. E7 years. City Hospital; ac cident Annie Paolo. 3S jears. 1558 Papin: typhoid. John S. Sheridan. 70 years. 6371 Arsenal: TR Lavan. 16 years. 37 South Jeffer "SStSvSSS&Tan. Itt North Fourteenth: "SnMSWr. Tears. 911 : Arsenal; cancer. Peter SullHan. 48 years 342 Dayton: cancer Sarah M. Wctherby. 13 years. 1414 Papin: scute tonsllitls .-., v-in crnlce Wameckc. 1 year. S2.1 North Nine teenth: larjnslti. ,. CH Charles A. Pohlmann. 23 years. 1H0 South Xteventh; nephritis j..-., . w,n Harry Newton. 33 years, 2S2S Glasgow; con sumption. NEW CORPORATIONS. ST. LOUIS. The following articles of Incorporation were filed with theTUcorder of Deeds jestcrday: Champion Shoe Machinery Company; James 3. Dobyne. 333 ishares: George A. Dobyne. S4 shares George 1.. Corcoran, S4 shares: flrrt rnSng NSfmbeJ 14. lSttVJWJ, rwnklta: to manufacture and deal in machinery; capital """illjfife CAPITAL STOCK, paid; assets, 3335,000; liabilities, IS.OCO. ILLINOIS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. 111... Nov. k-Certlficates of in corporation were Issued by Secretary of Stats Koe to-day as follows: , - .. The Arnolds Zymotold Company Rockford. capital JS.009: manufactur ng medicinal prep arations. Incorporators William B. Arnold, John A. KUngstedt and Edgar M. Swan. LOST A3TD FOUItTJ. DOG Lost, male pug dog; name Duke. Re turn sm Bell are.: reward. DOG Pound, genuine water spaniel. Satur day. m West End. Call 3031 North Market. EARKINO Lost, gold earring, with coral set ting representing bunch of grapes: either on Ol Ua street or near Twelfth and Pine. Liberal reward offered It returned to Sit Holland bldg. FOUND Hairls's new store, woere they sell best shoe In St. Louis for 34. 407 K. Sixth st. HAS a Polar bear told feetj No. if he wears Harris's Polar calf shoes, 407 N. Sixth st. HOItsn Lost bay horse: 6 years old. Re word. S101 N. Broadway. Telephone lies R. HORSE AND BUGGY Lost, one horse and Buggy: small bay mare: knee Is MtUo sprung; black-painted buggy: Rood reward. 1106 N. Ninth St. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETISQS. OFFICE of the Wiggins Ferry Company. Se curity Building, Fojrth and Locust Sis.. St. Louis. Mo.. Oct. 3. 1903. Notice to the stock holders of the Wiggins Ferry Company: The annual meeting of the stockholders of the wig gins Ferry Company will be held at the office of said company In the city or Kent St. Louis. St. Clair County, 111., on Tuesday. November 10. A. D. 1903, being the second Tuesday of said month, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for tbe purpose of electing Ave directors to rene during the en suing year, and to take action on such other business as may be presented. Polls open from 230 to 3:30 p m.. unleea the objects of the mooting shall be sooner accomplished. The stock transfer books of said company will be Uoed from and including October 23, 1903. to and including November 10. 1903. J. E. OATH RIGHT. Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Ofnce of the St Louis Transfer Railway Co.. Security build ing. Fourth and Locust sts., St. Louis, Mo., Oct, 31, 1003 Notice to the Stockholders of the St. Louis Transfer Railway Company: The an nual meeting of the stockholders of tbe St. Louis Transfer Railway Company will bo held at the office of said company in St. Louis. Missouri, on Wednesday November u. A. D. 190J. being the nrst Wednesday after the sec ond Tuesday of said month, at 9 o'clock a, xn., for the .purpose of electing lite directors to serve during the ensuing )ear, and the trans action of such other business as may be-pre-swnted. Bald meeting will be continued at least three hours, unless the objects for which It Is called be accomplished sooner. J. El GATHRIGHT. Secretary. W. K. KAVANAUGH. President. STOCKHOLDERS' Meetlng-Ofnce of the Uni ty Realty Company, Security Building. Fourth and Locust 8U , St. Louis, Mo . Oct. 27, 1903 Notice to the stockholders of the Unity Realty Company: The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Unity Realty Company will be held at the orflcs of said Company, in St. Louis, Mo., on Wednesday, November li. A. D. 1903. being the first Wednesday after the second Tuesday of said month, at 9 o'clock a. nu. for the purpoeo of electing three directors, to serve during tbe ensuing year, and the transaction of uch other busineia as may be presented. Said meeting will be continued at least three hours, unless the objects for which It is called be ac complished sooner. W. Ki KAVANAUGH. President. J. E. Gathrlght. Secretary STOCKHOLDERS' MeeUng A meeting of the stockholders of the Shallcross Printing and Stationery Co will be held at the office of the company. 419 N. Fourth St., St. Louis. Mo . on the eighteenth day of December, 1903 at 11 a. ra. to ota on an Increase In the eaoltal stock 1-om 340.000, Its present capital, to J1J.O0O. and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. WYATT SHALLCROSS. President. Attest: George T. W olff. Secretary. St. Louis. Mo.. Oct. 19. 1903. LEGAL XOTICES. ASKtnvRrrK Sale An excellent stock of cro- cerles: tine-paying stand: thriving Mo. town: bout 2.5CO population: excellent opportunity for any one desiring good, clean. paing business; complete stick will be sold In a lump at Charleston. Mo . November 13. at public acu tlon. Any desired Information will be fur nished by addressing W. O. Lee; assignee, Chsrleston. Ma ASSIGNEE'S Bale By order of court, the en tire stock of merchandise and fixtures of the F. O. Udell Woodenware Company will be sold at public auction for cash. Wednesday. No em ber IS. 1903. at 11 a. m., at the premises, 211 N. Main St., Bt. Louis, 31o. This stock consists of tojs and furniture, etc. An Itemized list thereof and any other Information will be furnished by the under signed. The stock will be sold in one lot or in two or three lots, as may be desirable for the estate. SELDEN P. SPENCER. Assignee. Commonwealth Trust bldg., 431 OUe St., St. Louis, Mo H. C. Ladd. Attorney. November C. 1903. GENERAL ANKOCXCEIUE.I'TS. SPECIAL Notice The undersigned has this day severed Ms connection with the Jno. W. Leader Hat Co JNO. W. LOADER. J"o ember 2, 1903. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. COOK Situation hs cook or houaegirl. Call 2314 Locust st. COOK Situation by good cook In small fam ily. 1601 Glasgow. I I Have you a dollar? If so. open a ravings Account to-day at the Mercan tile Trust Company. Eighth and Lo cust streets. We pay 3 per cent inter est, credited twice a year. Open Mon day, evenings tatll 8 o'clock. COLLEGE. CENTURY BUILDING. CORNER OLIVE AND NTNTH STS. OPEN DAY AND rlGHT. This U on of the oldest, best-estab-hed and most successful schools of Its land In the United States. Course of study Is very thorough, first-class teachers In all departments and the-toast rooms occupied by any commer cial school. 'Call or write for circular. ttastoi STOVE REPAIRS. a;"6. iwauejj. ru-ui x xuma st, SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. COOK Situation by first-class cock. Call at 4323 Olive: downstairs. COOK Situation by experienced cook: best references; wages Ji6j hotel preferred. BO 53. Republic COOK A good cook wants position as cook In a prltate family; no washing or ironing. Ad dresa 3730 N. Eieitnth st. COOIC ETC. Situation by two competent German glrN; cov,k and houseglrL Call Con- iguc a fciu) -accona ana .Morgan. IlVMTVM A t"l0 Wl...f.1nM .... JU..-..1.HI -'....v.-u...., .ku.h u.tuAuuu vy mt.niiu.n , ..w wr u4j. v-ui hl-j p. L.ie mm, u,.l.-3.uii,.iii aivuauun oy inorougniy coin- K"" M..3ilnunH , mW m tlUlllC. .-TO AS tlVTAill. llfllTSl-Vimi .CI.M.tln- .... nvnA.I nn A rrlft for housework: must hae good wages. Addrcrs 3731) Penrcwj st. HOUSEGIRL-SItuallon by competent German girl at ccneral housjork: references; good itvuui.uinu-i?iiU4UUu u JTJ, LU.U H4, .1. uu housework. 116 or Jis per month: no boarding house 43 rarlln a.e. ItniTUCnini CI. .., .. ,,- M - .n .In HOUbBKEEPUR Situation as housekeeper In good family; two small children, call 2011 N. Broadway. Mrs. Uaite. HOUSEKEEPER situation by refined lady as housekeeper; good cook: good wag? expected: will furnish good references. 3137 Olive. HOUSEKEEPER Competent housekeeper, 32 jears old, wants position as housekeeper In re fined home: take full charge; good references. Call or address 3611 rolsom. LAUNDRESS rtret-clas laundreps wants washing to bring home: has cistern water and nice ard. Address Nettle. 2931 Locun. LAUNDRESS First-class white laundress to do lac LUrtalns: also rough dry wash at her nomc: .are per U02en pieces, ms j. jcnerson. vrrji-r. i.viviv siiuiion oy juuni; fc.w o. good appearance to do office work; can gie good references. 1IM 137. Republic STENOGRAPHER Situation by joung lady stenographer and typewriter, with some expe nence: luing at home. BO 29 Republic. COMPANION Position bv refined, artistic young woman as companion, goemess or lady's ickio. in nrsi-ciaes iamiiy: nest references, uu 5. Republic. LAUNDRESS Situation by colored laundress Monday and Tuesday, In one place. 10 S. rounccnm si first three or four dais in week. Write or call 700 N. Jefferson. STENOGRAPHER Experienced young lady desires position; salary moderate; references. BO 64. Republic. STENOGRAPHER Situation by young lady for general office work, including stenography; moderate salary to begin. 2606 N. Garrison. STENOGRAPHER-Sltuatlon by young lady stenographer with soma experience and refer ences; Remingtcn or Underwood: salary no ob Ject. BO 70. Republic . STKNOGRAPHER-Neat and obliging; age ; would like situation at once: willing to begin with 35 and gain experience; have had some ex perience. Address Miss E. H . 2610 Washing ton ave. STENOGRAPHERS Wo furni-h expert op erators on the Standard Visible 011cr, as well as Inferior writing machines without expense to either party, for correspondence and billing: satisfaction guaranteed. The Oliver Typewriter Co.. 315 N. Ninth St.. Century building. Both phones. WASHERWOMAN Colored woman wants regular washing out Thursday and Friday. Laara, Barnes, 1334 Gay. V ORK bltuatlon wanted by two neat Ger man girls to work by day. Call I5C3 N. Tenth. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE, "V ii i ii"s'" i-ii - iirsf"-i-if1ii.r' fVWfkM BOOKKEEPER Position bv bv exnertencM male bookkeeper and stenographer. BO 51. Re public BOOKKEEPER-Emplojed during day de Ircs employment at night; references. BM 2. Republic BOOKKEEPER Position by experienced bookkeeper; best local reference; speaks Gcr man. 1)M 136. Republic CARPENTERS Two first-class inside finish ers; experienced on hardwood; can gUe good references. BM 93. Republic. CHEF Position In country hotel preferred; last place of eLgagcment eight months: can f ur nlsh best of references. BM 97. Republic CLERK Situation by experienced German English grocery clerk and bartender. G. S , 1213 N. Twent -first. CLERK Position as clerk, correspondent. In terpreter or translator: English, French. Ger man, Spanish; thoroughly competent. Address J. J. if.. 315 Poplar st. COOK Situation by Al confectionery and pastry cook: sober and industrious. BM 153, Republic COOKS Situation by man and wife (white) together: cooking; experienced. H. E. Maple son. 2642 Hickory. DENTIST To nrslst dentist two or three days Ier week by advanced dental student. MB 159, lepubllc DESIGNER Situation by young man having been employed aa designer and artist for en graving company; would like to take up same kind cf work again; am at present employed In a different capacity: reasonable salary to start; will bring samples of my work. BK 3. Republic DRAFTSMAN Having completed a course In mechanical drawing, would like position as as alstant draftsman. C. M. Hamm. 733 Hickory. ENGINEER wants position; understands his business; sober, steady: good mechanic; those wonting my services address 2S06A Madison. HOUSEMAN Situation by a competent young man. colored.. In private family; can strvt In capacity of a first-class butler or houseman. no 33. Republic MACHINIST Situation by young man; nil round machinist; cood lathe or vise hand. Ad- aress -uaemmst. -wis tass ac -iEii. i.uiiut-Bi.uaviioa wanted oy an ex perienced meat cutter. Address J. R. tv.. 476IA Easton ae OFFICE WORK Situation by boy of 17: of flce or inside work preferred. BO 52. Republic PAINTER Situation by painter: day or con tract. P. W.. S72 Hodlamont ave. PAPER HANGER Paper hanger and Interior painter and decorator; fifteen years' experience, wants work by day or piece, or will exchange sen Ices for room and board. BM 44. Republic PHOTOGRAPHER Experienced photogra pher, young man; ten years', experience, desires good position as either portrait or view opera tor; experienced gaslight printer. BM 146, Re public PORTER Situation by competent man as por ter or butler. 1331 Market st. PORTER Situation by competent man as por ter or butler. 112 N. Thirteenth st. PORTER Situation by sober. Industrious man as porter or houseman. Address H. H.. 40C0 Fairfax. PORTER Situation as porter In drug store with four years' experience; or janitor, either. Add. Porter, 4322 Cottage ave.. city. PRINTER Practical printer wants position as business manager on country paper: can take entire charge and do It well; fair wages ex pected; would take position as foreman In joo office BO 68. Republic SALESMAN Position by high-grade travel ing salesman; would accept position as house salesman or assist In office. BO 6. Republic SALESMAN Situation by middle-aged man. a hustler, as traellng man for Southern States, for railway machinery and supplies. Bl. 158. Republic STENOGRAPHER Situation by stenogra pher of some experience; start on small salary with promise of advancement; lumber business preferred. BM 127. Republic STENOGRAPHERS We furnish expert op erators on tbe Standard Visible Oliver, aa well as Inferior writing machines, without expense to either party, for correipondence and billing: satisfaction guaranteed. The Oliver Typewriter Co. 315 N. Ninth st.. Century building. Both phones. WORK oung man, reliable, want position; any kind; any salary. B5I 121. Republic W ORK Good place In private family by re liable man and wife. Call at once, 420 Mont rose. ORK Situation by man and wife. German; to take charge of private place BM 151. Re public. WORK Situation by young man of 18: able to do any kind of work. Address or call 1422 Farrar st. WORK Handy man. with several years' ex- ferlence. wants position In machine shop. BO 4 Republic WORK Work of any kind for young man; experienced In painting and hardwood finishing. BO L nepubllc WORK Situation liy strong young man of 19. willlni to work. A. Foley. In care W. Berns, 2219 Howard. V ORK Situation by Intelligent German, who speaks English, French and Spanish; good pen man: can glte security. BO 36, Republic WORK Young man, age 23, wants to work In morning nnd from 2 to 6 afternoon; will work very reasonable. BM 160. Itepubllc ORK Young man from the country, now re siding In city, well educated, with references, desires employment: reasonable salary. BM 150, Republic WORK Elderly man wants work en private place to care for cow, furnace, and be gen' erallv useful; can gl7 references. BO 35. Re public WORK Young man, reliable, with reference, would like some work; wages reasonable: caro of horse and furnace; call evenings. BO SO. Republic WORK Young man, employed part of day", wishes work for afternoons: can operate Rem Inrtoh typewriter, make out statements and do general office work. BO 72. Republic lOUNG man of 20 wants position of any kind. BM 135. Republic HELP WANTED FEMALE. Hooaelteepero jiruLririji."Lrt"ifi - - TtntiST-.Trrnprrrj "WANTED A cood. reliable. middle-aged woman .to care forhouse: good home and wages to right party. 83RA Olive. .. .ann-v-a Ttv a -!' " UMrlb-am-H flnM Ocrman-Amerlciin ladr as Ijauckeoper antf ccnernesi lor widower with one child; 4 rears old: to avoid unnecessary dlay, pv particulars as to atrc. rereacea ad aalary expected & Rood home and position to the njCnl. TJTtJ. 1TW. AtrJssa ti-i-ir a v w a 'vi7i7r-.irr)rnTi for re&eral boarding-honae work; no waahlnr. U SC C3alr ave.. East St. Louis. JIab1 asari PsstTi set aft MIM. jisjfursfiJiJ? I SALESLADIES WANTED For all d- artmenta. ffefaaper Bros. JJ HELP WANTED FEMALE. WWMWiWwww. iw Housework. COOK WANTED Girl who is a good cook, neat housekeeper, to care for home of iaay emplojed; good wages: references. 40U Mor gan. GIRL WANTED Good girl for downstairs work. 1008 N. Talor. HOUSEOIP.L WANTED 2015 OlUe St. HOUSEGIRL WANTED tan uasnington ae. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Small family. Call 34'rt Hawthorne boulenrd. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good gUl for light houeucrk. 1405 N. Sixth. HOUSCUIKI, WANTED-Houseglrl In boarding-house. 93o N. Broauwa. llOUSbGHIi. WANTED-GIrl for general housework. 1230 Chamber" st. 110UM.G1RL WANTED Reliable girl for general housework. 4213 Russell ae. . HOUSFGIRI, WANTllD-GIrl for general housework. 4135 Westminster place iioi'si-fiirtr. wanted Girl for general housework; no washing. 3330 Dolmar. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general housework: cood wages. 2747 Allen ave. HOUbEOIRb WANTED Girl for general housework: good wages. 20004 S. Third. HOUSEGIRL WANTED A good girl for gen eral housework. Call at 4320 Wen liell. HOUsMIRL WANTED Young girl to assist in housework; rmall family. 2333 Wash rt. HOUSEOIRL WANTED Girl for general housework. Apply 1016 Cass ne.; up'talrs. HOUSEGIRL WANTKD-Good girl for gen eral housework: good wages. 4045 Botanical. HOUbl.GIRL WANTED Girl to do genoral housework: goo.1 w-"f3. 23T! Unherslty st- HOUSEGIRL WANTDD-COlored girl with references for general housework. 3110 Pine st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general housework- no washing. Inquire 5uC2 Clemens. HOUSEOIRL WANTED Girl for general housework: good wages. 2910A N. Twenty-first. tinttivirn IV , vri"n TT.il hntiopi.!r!? Opr- man preferred: references required. 3U1j Horn. tinTTcmTTTT. H-lVTPtl Ti!rt fip hftUill Brit: German preferred; good place 2430 S. Broad way. . HOUSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general housework: family of four. Apply 1133 Hodla-inont- HOUSjEGIRL WANTED Nice, plain girl for general housework; laundry work: Jb. 4..U line st. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young girl to help In house during the day. from . till 6. 3o30A Hartford HOUSEGIRL WANTED-ilrl for general housework; German preferred; cood wages. S1S3 Raj mono. HOUSEGIRL WANTBD-Glrl for general housework; high wascs for reliable person. :a:i Henrietta. urTTrr:TiT. WANTED Girl for general housework; good wages. 1MS.I ourth st. East bt. Louis. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl frr lwu-ework: must be competent: Jighcet wages pad. KC3 Morgan st. Knitsnnini. WANTED Girl for general housework: small family. Inquire 43C0 Wen Bell, at once. nnirorntur u'lVTTO flirt fflr ceneral housework. Apply 4K3 Fountain ave. Take suDuroan car. iini-ac-miiT. wi"n?n Girl for general housework: smill family; good wages; flat. 3S36 Shaw ac. imimrcinr. WiNTRn-filrl for irenral housework (white); small family and house. 5718 Mapie ae OIltL. WAaVlliiJ in DoaruuiB-Hwuav, ".- place; pood wages; steady position, out at -. .-.- v i .ttM knviaat tnist .'11 . uroaaivay. irmiernitu tia vtw- nirl for jccneral housework; comfortable homo; small family. Wis uaoarniepiacc. housework: family of two; no washing or iron- ncSiSSS'ApW A Scluiiing. 73S Coii.ns- .11. . - O 1 n.ila Vllie aC. J.a"i, JU Ami; man to assist In pcnerol housework; no wasn- tvn)nr. Si?. Tjirlodo trie. eral housework in small family: cood home for right party. Apply 4:26 Page boulevard. tvmall family; general hoaseworand cooklnp. gooa saiarv. vjq xvmth .. " .-. : trniimvitTiT -n XTT'T-T TTtrnen! on (! flpr- man girl for general housework- threo In fam ily; no outside work: wages J3. Call Satur- aay morning, ww Lupaimp -.....wii r-w-t vi m-rnrri flrt 'ns smnoml housework; family of two; steam-heated apart ment; no outside work: must hae best city reierences. ngij. luriiwwu u. TinttcfntnT WiTTTl Vnt al'arlv f-!rl Of woman for general housework In six-room apartment; elderly couple; must be good, plain cook no outside work: Janitor sen Ice. BO 71, jtcpuuiiv. woman for general housework; will furnish room and board to couple. If preferred, AZH ome su Cooks COOK WANTEDNo washing or Ironing. 4341 aiar iana. COOK WANTED-Apply with references. 6S:S Clemens ae. COOK WANTED Good COOk. 4M9 Fountain. cook "VVANTnD Colored woman for second cook. 1520 Locust. COOK WANTED Good girl to do cooking. Call 21-0 Locust st, vni.' it x"rrr ivttita n-t mill fflmllv. V.UU1V t All . AjAjT -H Hllfci - J ... . r - Call at once. 4ia waeningmu wmt'. nnAir a itti tiv.'nnt;ca w a nTJ TT! m - liy oi inree; no cnuarcn. w Amuon .-. .. . . ... - -S-B JJI? T InAll nVA v.rt" lit 4 vrtn rnnr nnri pnornl hfius?- nrriT-. -nnd wac-ea: white Ctrl. Cabanne. Bisi nstr -f xTrni? r nai-man nirl ronk!nr nnd .y""";riirrr "! q dTiri. general ntuec""w piiu.i uuu. " ..n.t- tt tmrin ft.U.u annlr tn Ar fnrnl housework; 4TanaIl family; nloe place. 2T18 Lu cas aw. print T.r.TjTm trrtf'BTnnii famllv: no wash ing; good wages; elegant home; all comforts. 1313 s. urana ave. rw-.v wivTrn cnrA TrTiid eookt family of three: wages J18; references; no triners need appiy. ail rj. apting. rrfxr n i VTrTinrtA inrilr must heln In laundry; small family. Address Jiar,KXtJ good neighborhood: full of roomer. 233a Lucas. a... . . t rI t nv MMIfc... woman; one who would appreciate rood home in a family of three; must know plain cooklmt; wages J15. Inquire, for further particulars, at S12 N. Eleventh St.: upstairs. Tlie Trades. BlNDnilT GIRLS WAJtrED Bushard Bros., 3K1G iocust st. .nr... . rwsY .r..xtn.Tn Tmr1TinpA n.hlni operator to sew ladles' garments; power ma chines; steady work; good pay. II. B. loewen- gtein. .14 t. iiictcuui. trin-miiL'rnn WANTRn HTrerleneed iklrtmakera; highest wages paid In the city: steady work. Apply at once to Max gchulz & CO . 3Qg-9Ia uucas aye. n....n,. ,r.n .... wr-r-r. . IM.-..I... Taiw t!T. lAlLAJlXEdQa nAilL cu.i-uaw .a-j ... orcss. Call W. A. Bherman, 012 Illinois ao., lSt M. ACQUIS, lil. . ....... t.t.n itf nxT'TT.-n TTTn.Tlnrnil walstmaker and finisher; If not thoroughly ei perlenced. don't apply. 4457 Krans. Snrses. NUKSEQini. WANTED White KM3 Maple ae NURSE WANTED-For child 1' year old. 42j7 Morgan. NURSEaiRI, WANTED-About 13 to It years old. 6145 Clemens aw. NOJISB WANTED In Klrkwood; good wages paid; write, giving particulars. BM 135, itepnpnc. viinsn Wji-MTPm a ladv or nirl to take care of sick lady and also help with light housework. 3727 Cottage NORSEGIRL. WANTED About 18 vears to assist with care of child; no housework. C515 Cates ate: call Saturday or Sunday morning. StrauKrn pliers. STENOGRAPHERS WANTED ComnctCt young lady stenographers: wholesale: 330, $3 (Oliver); mfg., J33. 34') (Oliver): groceries. S4-3 (Remington). Leigh Bros.. 103S Century bldg STENOGRAPHER WANTED Capable young lady stenographer, preferably one of literary UstC3 and esperlence, as associate In legitimate protltablo bus'ness, requiring an Investment of 3S00: references exchanged. BO 46 Republic. STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Oilier op erators receive the best salaries for dolnsr the most of the best work the easiest; we fill more fiosltlons than any other employment bureau in own: services free: stenographers welcome at all times. The Oliver Typewriter Co, S15 N, Ninth st.. Century building. RUBIGAM SHORTHAND COLLEGE EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOUKu LADIES. VAK0L BU1L0IHQ, OLIVE AND VAHDEVEKTER. HAYWARD'S Buslrrss and Shorthand College 319, 230. 231 and 233 Odd Fellows' building. Individual Instruction in bhorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping. Arith metic and Femjanshlo Phone K5 Dar and nlcbt Board of Education bids, 911 Locust st. A high-grade school, giving thorough Instruction In Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Commercial Law, Letter Wrltln. Shorthand. Ts pew riling, etc. Call or writo for Illustrated catalogue. DRAUCHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. CORNER TENTH AND OLIVE. INCORPORATED 3300.000.M. Bartsock College merged Into Draughon's. Now largest In St. Louis. Eight colleges owned bF business men. 14 bankers on Board of Di rectors. Its diploma means something, post-; tlons secured, or money refunded. Superior In struction. Ester any time Night school enly ,34 per month. Coll or send tor catalogue Both phones. f Qs it coins ro kaim tomorrow p) 7 WHERE ISTHEX 5 5 ZZ CO" TRACK-1 3) I ft'!. VILL KRATZX (mm fame H RupoLffl?). VRnO (u o aoOQSp) S WHERE MSSr'J) Ji!,1S-.'-ir hV S I ilMFORMATIOi Wanted Advertisements in the classified columns of The Republic bring RESULTS, if reaching Hundreds of Thousands of Readers daily can be productive of good. Those Magic Little Wants are watched with such Regularity that they're bound to hit the right spot. Every body reads them because everybody knows that they Mean Business. If you're looking for lost friends or relatives; for lost jewelry, or for household help to replace what's left or lost, get in early with your Want Ad to-night for the Great Sunday Republic To-Aforrow. Telephone it to The Republic through your nearest druggist. HELP WANTED rUMALE. inONER AND STARCHER WANTED-Ono lirst-closa lrcnor: one starcher. Apply Elm street gate. Southern Hotel MANGLE GIRL WANTED-Parrlsh's Laun dry. 3126 Olhe. STARUHI.R WANTED Parrlsh's Laundry, 3126 ome st. WASHERS OMAN WANTED Woman to wash and Iron. U2D Penrose St.; BelletontaJne cars. WOMAN WANTED-To wash napkins, ply at once. 33 IA Franklin. Ap- V.'Utressrs. DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED-Call 14 St. Clair me, opposite Nelson Morris. East St. Loult. DINING-ROOM GIRLS WANTEDRallwiy servico: $17 50 up; feo deducted. Leigh's Agen O. 1023 Century. WAITRESSES WANTED-For arm and tray work; must be thoroughly experienced; no other need np-'v. ca.II Gill's Cafe. SbCO Ome st. Dressmaker and Senxnstresses. IAeAAieeAeeM.WVH.vwwwvwvwwsvw DRESSMAKEft V.NTi;D-Flrst-class dres maker; permanert txisltlon. 72 Bajard. 3IlHCcIlnncons. CHAMBERMAID WANTED-Apply 14 St. Clair a,e,, opposite Nelson Morris, East St. Louis. DEMONSTRATORS WANTED Flrst-closi lady demonstrators. Call on Prof. H. Llreraln, 220 Mermod A. Jaccard bldg. DISHWASHER WANTED Tho Saddle Lunch Company, 201 N. Sixth st. GIRI.S WAN'TED-Over 14 years old. 11 S. Second. GIRLS WANTED-rite girls. Apply at once, COS N. Main Et. GIRL WANTED To scrub en Saturda s. Ap ply 2612 Park ae. GIRL WANTED rirteen years or over. Par rlsh's Laundry. 3130 Olive. GIRLS WANTED To do plain copying. Room C second floor, Laclcdo bldg GIRLS WANTED Three good female Help 's In kitchen at once 2319 Olive. GIRLS WANTED-Twtnty-nve girls. Apply N. K. ralrbanks Co . Third and Convent sts. GIRLS WANTED Four youns glrlsv IS or 18 years old. Apply at OdPOn Theater stage, W o'clock Saturday morning. GIRLS WANTED Girls experienced In ad dressing envelopes by pen; piece work; state pay expected. BO 88, Republic. mm.i WANTRn-a cirl. over 14 vears old. for light work: wages 33 60 to 33 per week: steady job. Apply 518 N. Second it. GIRLS WANTED-To leam trade; steady won.: paia wniie romiiR. uir:n az wuc, manufacturers of artiilclal flowers. 415 N. llflUII Bb. tlK Eltt.Wt. JANITRESS WANTED Girl to clean mil linery store; must bo ifeat. Sporing"s, 1021 Franklin ave. LADIES' horn work, stamping transfers; ;s, 312 weekly: outfit free R-. 409 Holland bldg. T.AniI-'S stpnriv home work, stamclng: 39 to JIS week: material furnished 703 Ollv e. room TIP. SALESLADY WANTED In dry goods store; must speak German. 2430 S. Broadway. SALESLADY WANTED Experienced sales lady In skirt and cloak department. CC5 Mis souri ave. East St. Louis WOMAN WANTED Old womnn to wash dishes In boarding-house. 535 N. Broadway. The way to start a savings account Is to start It. Tho Mercantile Trust Compnny. Eighth nnd Locust streets, paja 3 per cent Interest per year on saving's accounts. 31 or more starts tho account. Open Monday evenings until s o'clock. HELP WAXTED MALE. wv''vWNA iioyn. APPRENTICE WANTED 16 to 18 years of ace. to leam shop accounting and drafting. BM 1J9 Renublle BELLBOYS WANTED At Moser Hotel, tn Pino st. BOY WANTED To run errands. 123 Locust BOY WANTED Of 17 to work In drug store. 3201 rrnnklln. BOYS WANTED TWO bojs, 13 to 17. W. A. Slsson. 314 Pine St. BOY WANTED To work In dry goods .tore, 16 to 17. at 1427 Market. BOYS WANTED b! strong boys. Call 3717 Cass at 8 a. m. Saturday. BOY WANTED To shine shoes on Saturday and Sunday. 4K2 Earton. BOYS WANTED Ten boys. Excelsior Box and Mfg. Co , K03 N. Tweltth st. BOYS WANTED Two cood bojs. Modem rianlng Mill Works. 3016 Gravols ave BOY WANTED At once, neat colored boy tor house and outsiue wot, .iji imueii. BOY WANTED-Brlght boy or young man In dove nnd china store 2C03 N. fourteenth st. BOYS WANTED-Bright. experienced office boys. 17 to 19; 31. 13. 36. Leigh Bros. Century. BOY WANTED A strong boy to run errands. Apply to J. W. Losse 307 N. Sixth at., fourth floor. BOY OR MAN WANTED A boy or middle aged man with a llttls experience Apply 3133 Easton ave. BOY WANTED Small, bright boy for light errands; bring references. 10j N. Eighth st.. second floor. BOY WANTED Boy, 17 to 18 years, to help In grocery and saloon. Southeast comer Elliot and Thomas. BOY WANTED To stay In store r good chanco 10 learn iraao; sieaay uusuiuu tor a goou, honest boy. Call 1403 Saflsbnry, BOY WAKTtan Bright. Intelligent bov abont 15 years old for wholesale house; npply in own handwriting: stale age. BM 4C. Republic uui wanted ungnt ooy, it 10 it jears Aid. lKnlir h.tMn fi nnil 10 &ttlie,1flv rnnm. Ing. Morris Woolf & Co.. 700 Washington ave. UrtitcriJAv nr.vnh tit) Fountain. UELP WAXTCD-1IALE. Tlie Trndes. BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun day. 1513 franklin. BARBER WANTED For Saturday and Sun day, u N. rouxteentli. . BARBER WANTED-For Saturday and bun day. 120(, N. Nineteenth st. BARBER WANTED To-day and Sunday; Si. 4237 Mcramec st.: Cherokee car. BARBER WANTED Dret-class barber. SIO Pine st. BVRBER WANTED-Saturday and Sunday; good pay. Eighth and Park. BARBER WANTED-Good barber for Satur day und bundaj. S10 N. Sixth st. BARBER ANTED-lir Saturday and Sun day: 31 guaranteed. 313 S. Grand. BUtBEH WANTED-Good barber; Saturdjy and Sunday: S3. 1317 S. Seventh St. BARBER WANTED-Good barber: steady work: 311 a week. 2309 Chouteau ave BARBER WANTED Good barber for Satur day and Sunday, 34 and board. 21.5 .N. Broad way. BARBER WANTED-Barbcr with license, for Sutunlay and Sunday; 34 guaranteed; 60 per cent over. 607 O'1-allon. BLACKSMITH WANTED-Good blacksmith at once Aetna Iron Works. Twenty-nrst and Papin. BI.ACKSM1TH WANTED General all around blacksmith; call ac once. 1101 Mis souri av 0 . Lnst bt. Louis BLACKbMITH. ETC.. WANTED Blacksmith and drill-press hand on machine work. Ex celsior Machlno Co.: four blocks east of Sut- uiutui jJ"J.Yt.T-llUUJrtJ. ilrflSL SI. 4JOU1S. BRICK MASONS WAXTlln-yiiii -nnrf rm. union brick masons. 216 Chestnut. BRICKLAYERS WANTED-Four good brick layers on boiler work. 9iG Chestnut. BUSHELMEN WANTED-Two good busbel-n-en. Mills a Averlll Tailoring Co , Broadway and Pine st. BUsHl-LMAN WANTED To work In East St. Louis; to serviceable man steady Job. call at L3 N. Eleventh st . East St. Louis. , CABINETiLVKEHS WANTED-F. C, Riddle f. Brp. Casket Co. 14'J Ilogan st., between O ! allon and Cass nv e. CABINETMAKER WANTED Ono cabinet maker who understands making bll lard and pool tables. Apply A. T. Moore. 1113 Cass aye CARPENTERS. ETC.. WANTED Bridge carpenters nnd plle-drlvcrs; 2.W and 13.75 p:r dav. Walker & Racine. 4 N. Nlntn st. CARPENTERS. ETC , WANTED-Carpen-ters. 330: day machinists, engineer, ilreman. oilers, electricians and helpers- bfa Olive room 2. . CAltRIAUE TRIJIMEIt WANTED At once. Lucas Placo Storage Co.. 1S23 Locust. ENGINEER WANTED Competent licensed engineer; must do his own Urine. Columbia Cooperaga Co.. 27i5 S. Second st. FITTER WANTED-I'lret-class boot and slioe litter. McNamara bhou and Last Co , 206 N. MALIl. uili.u v..-vhl. icperienccd glasler. Phwnlx Planing Mill Co.. Tweltth and Spruce IT I TtVPOJ.f l.'IW.O ... . .r.-F. . . ,.iu,ujjuiuuud Y,L.iA xweniy nar nessmaltera at once, and ton trace stitchers. Address Des Moines Saddlery Co.. Des Moines, la. HEEL bCOURERS WANTED La Prell bho Co . Eleventh and Washington. HORSESHOER WANTED-Northeast corner Broadway and Gratiot. JOBBER, 1ITG, WANTED-Jewelry Jobber and engraver, at once-good pay; steady irvrk. East su Louis Mfg. Co., 134 colllnsvllla ave.. 1.1 aw. uuuis. T .TI. T- r-T.-I 'l.-Tt .! ... . 1 . . .... ratters. Peters shoe Co, Twelfth and North Market. MACHINE HAND WANTED-Compelent ma chlno hand. Modern Planing Mill Works, 3016 Gravols avo. MACHINIST WANTED-Good machinist for very close work: state age education, experi ence, rote per hour and places previously em Ployed. BM 110. Republic- MERCHANT tailors everywhere; we will fur nish you coat, vest and pantmakers; write us. St. Louis Tailoring Co.. tit. Louis. PLUMBER, ETC.. WANTED-A No. 1 sober plumber, gas and steam litter for a Texas city. BO 36. Republle RETOUCHER WANTED-Schw crgv photog rapher. 1717 Franklln- PRESS rEEDEIl WANTED Experienced, all-around press feeder. 310 S. Third ft. ROOFERS WANTED Two slate roofers, to lay 70 squares of slate: stato prico per square or by t-vllr; apply bunday. A. Matthews, 2633 Allen ave. SHOEMAKER WAITED Hustling shoe maker for shoo store; good salary. Address or call Republic Agency. Belleville. III. SHOEMAKERS WANTED-Sxperlenced shoe makers and also smart young men and girls to learn shot making. ilamllton-Urown Shoe Co. union factory. Jefferson and Randolph. STRAIGHT COMPOSITORS Bushart Bros.. 1516 Ircust st. WANTED TAILOR WANTED Good all-round tailor at once- It N. Ewlng; TAILOR WANTED Lady's tailor; man or girl. 4211 W. Finney. TAILOR WANTED At once; steady work; good pay. 2917 Finney. TAILOR WANTED All-around tailor and prcsser. Lincoln Dye Works, 710 Colllnsvlllo ave.. East St. Louis. TENETOR AND STICKER HAND WANTED Flrst-chvs: for sash and doors. Modem Plan Ing Mill Works. 3015 Gravels aye. TILB SETTER WANTED BO 39. Republic. TINNERS WANTED Threo good tinners; at once. 1013 N. Rroadtvav. VARNI.SHER WANTED-Good vaml'her. Ap ply 1533 Old Manchester. WANTED rifty Ilrst-class plumbers: eight hours a day: steady employment. Apply, stat ing wages expected, to Edward Fox. Builders' Exchange League, 403 Market St., Pittsburg, Pa. WANTED Active i young roan, flrst class references, who thoroughly under stands repairing and regulating American-made clocks; prefer one who can travel part of time; good position and advancement with large company to right man. Apply Saturday morning; Department C 1411 Chouteau ave SBBBSBBBSBBBBBB mm nELP WANTED Jl ALE. Laburers, DIGGERS WANTED At Ninth and Wash ington lif. EO diggers; colored. Abbot-Gamble Contracting Company. LAHORERS WANTED WO latorers at Broadway and Meramcc: wage) i2 per day. St. Louli Trjnslt Co. LABORERS WANTrD-Kor LouWana Ar kansas and Northern Illinois, b'tubbs. 113 f. Third. East St. Ixiuls L.U'OULns WANTED To atlend regular meetln? of L. P. U. No. HTOS. 1310 Franklin ne.; yunday. 2 p. nu. special business. LABORERS WANTED-I'orty laborer for Capo Girardeau. Mo.; 17J2C and 20c an hour. Apply to Regcn ,. Maule. Cape Girardeau. LAEORHRS, ETC, W.VNTED-One hundred laborers, teamsters arid rockmen, Northwest Arkansas: thno steam-drill runner. 33 a day: ten teamsters, 20) miles north: i,team-hoveI laborer-., S3 a day. 33 miles north. In Illinois. Tim Sullhnn. labor agent, 22 S. Seentecnth: LABORERS WANTED rue hundred labor era, teamsters, station men. choppers anl clearers for nuv railroads In Louisiana 51is fllslppl Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri. Indian Ttrntory. Kansas and Illlrol": highest wages; all frti-pass: also want camp cooks, waiters, camp blacksmith'. KOEXIC'S LABOR AOENCT, Estlhlished 1S7I. 612 Wolriut fct. OUARRTMEN AND LABORERS WANTED Sto'le's quarn. railing Springs. III. TCAM.STERS. irrC.. WANTED Teamsters and laborers: Northern and southern HI . Mo. and Ark.: 31.77 and S3 per day. Walker & Racine. 4 N Ninth st. TEMSTERS, ETll. WANTED 23 wagon leansters and 10 Iabcrers. 32 per day. Take Ore'.e Cocur Iako car to ClUo st. roid. walk ore mile west, camp on Belt Lino Railroad. Tim Maloney. TRACKMEN WANTED30 trackmen, J1.30 per diy; company work: city boarding-house secured. 103 S. Seventh St. NORTHERN ILL . NEAR CHICAGO. ZS teamsters, Hboren; $2 day; free pass. hTUUBS LIBOR AGE-NCy. 23 S. Seventh. OZARK JITS-NEAR INDIAN TERRITORY. 10 laborers, rockmen. teamsters: free pass. STUBBS L.BOi: AGENCY. 23 S. Seventh. LOUISIANA LOUISIANA. Co teamsters, scraper holders; all winter's work. Walter H. Denlson, contractor: free pass. bTUBBS LABOR AGENCY. 23 S, Seventh. WANTED SAWMILL HANDS. Timber cutters, per day, 32. IX)g-team drivers, oxen and mules, 12.25. Lumber-yard men, per day. 31.60. 32 23. Mill hand-., ordinary, per day, 31.W, J3. station men. 20c per yard. Steel and surfacing men. J1.60 to 3L10 day. Board 13 CO per week. Pay every night. D. B. GRlSWOLD S. CO.. 1626 Market st. Walters. rAsisss'niS'sfs'f'NAs'i'iitiI DINING-ROOM MAX WANTED-Colopxl : private family; 113, pj, board, room. Leigh. 102; Century. Stcnoirrapncra. STENOGRAPHER WANTED Bright, active young man. Apply at onca K07 Walnwrlgat buildlnir. STENOGRAPHER WANTED Experienced Smith stenographer, assist at bookkeeping snd ofnce work; state salary expected. BO S3, Re public STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Male Ftenog raphr; railroad, JC5, 1; lacurance, 1100, 17); wholesale dry gtiOd. 1V, 160: commission, 155. Leigh BrO" . 1023 Century' bldg. STENOGltAPHERS WANTED Oliver op erators recelvo the best salaries for doing the most of the best work the easiest; we Sll more positions than any other employment bureau In town: services free: stenographers welcome at all times. The Oliver Typewriter Co., 313 N. Ninth it.. Century building. Clerk nnd Collectors. CLERK WANTED Grocery clerk; must come well recommended. 1600 Cass CLERK WANTED Experienced grocery clerk: reference. Cook Bros.. 3200 Lawtoa CLERK WANTED Experienced grocery clerk; bring references. A, M. Beckerkord. ia.1 OTallon st. CLERKS WANTED-Four grocery clerks. 112: collector. S15; bill clerks. 112.30. American Business Bureau. 179 Olive. CLERK WANTED Assistant office clerk for real estat Arm: 114 week. Apply Autocrat Business Association, jig Pine. CLERKS WANTED Assistant shipping clerk, JU week; reclving' and railroad clerks. American Business Bureau. 913 Olive CLERKS WANTED Bright young men clerks; machinery; experienced checking in voices; 133; blller, warehouv 130; wholesale ," .. if,tM ..mi . .-. ......... ... GROCERY CLERK WANTED Experienced. Apply 4100 Cook. JUNIOR DRUO CLERK WANTED 17; one who speaks Bohemian preferred. Twelfth and Gey er. 1.EDGERMAN WANTED Ldgerroaa of ex perience: steady position ana goou salary, wj 63. Republic, MEN WANTED Young men for passengar train service: 114 week; throuxh daylight runs. Apply 1230 Olive. MAN WANTED Bright young man to run on passenger train; 116 week. Autocrat Business Association, 816 Plne MEN WANTED-Asslstant travelins sales man, M month and expenses; timekeeper, 169. American Business Bureau. SI9 Olive. OFFICE MEN WANTED Office man. 6i); assisistant. 40: bookkeeper. 170, assistant. 4.j0. American Business Bureau. 919 Olive. OrFICLMAN WANTED Young man about 2-1 years of ago: ono who writes a neat hand; to collect and assist In office; apply before 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Room 610. Mennod Jaccard building. YOUNG MAM WANTED To work In dree store: experience S4U1 vanqevemer. YOUNG MEN WANTED To learn wholesale grocery, drug ana produce Business. 010 .riue, second floor. The clcrl. of to-day who saves his A ialnc3 account at lh Mercantilo cuiiio iiiivma 10 uiuuiibuii i.v-.uw -- - liusi vuiiiyui;, uwi - , ,- fltreets. will help you to save. TVo pay Tir4 fnrrtrnnv TTI writ rl nml I VtlIT. 3 ner cent Interest per jear. a or Sore starts an account. Open every oaday until S p. m. Miftcellaneoutt. rsssnn'isi AT.T. nnln looklDtf for work, call on tha largest and only (Incorporated) employment bu reau In St. ljuls. American Business Bureau, SM Olive st. BUTLER WANTED-Reliable. colored: Hi ;33: board; no room; city references. Leigh, .025 Century. . CHECKERS. ETC., WANTED Checkers, timekeepers and bill clerks, for railroads and express companies: steady. Apply 1330 Olive. COLORED factory' hands; 110 to 112; porters and housemen. Apply at 319 Olive room 2. COOK WANTED First-class colored man who understands cooking and housework; 123 a month. 4021 Llndell boulevard. COOK. ETC, WANTED Assistant lunch man; cook, short orders: J30r pass; feo de ducted. Leigh's Agency. 1023 Century. DISHWASHER WANTED 1434 Franklin. DISHWASHERS WANTED Men; for Allen's Jinchroom. 611 Pine st- DRIVER WANTED Reliable driver: must know city. Phoenix Planing Mill Co.. Twelftn and Spruce DRIVER WANTED Man to drive coflea wagon; must speak German. Ctil after 4 p. m. Pure Food Supply Co., 2923 Olive st. DRIVER WANTED-Good. steady man. ac quainted with city, to drive wagon on city work: single man preferred. 4266 Page. DRIVERS WANTED Experienced drivers, familiar with the city. Apply at stables of St. Louis Transfer Co , St. Louis and East St. DRIVERb, ETC, WANTED Three drivers. 135 month: wagon helpers, 143 to 1: truckers, 12: also baggage and mall handlers, 130 month. Apply 12K Olive. HANDY men for wholesalo houses 313: ware housemen. 114. Apply at 913 Olive room 2. HELPERS for machinists, carpenters, black smith nnd electricians: 11.63 to 12 day. 913 Olive irKi-PElta WANTED For machinists, black. smiths and carpenters; 12 day up; Inside work. Apply 1230 Olive. HOSTLER WANTED-Experlenced. Zlegen helm Bros.. 2623 Cherokee. HOTEL porter, J30: board and room; saloon, 123: assistant bartender: 140. 919 Olive HOUSEMAN WANTED-Good hcUsmsn-Ger-man preferred; references required- 3635 Flora boulevard. MAN WANTED Handy old man to work In kitchen. 1631 Locust. MAN WANTED Ullker. all-around man -at dairy Dehart. Wtllston. Jilo. MAN WANTED First-class mm for milk wagon: must give tond 6500 Easton ave. ' MN WANTED Young man to work in butcher shop and attend horse 81S S. Fourth. MAN WANTED A young man who has had experience In greenhouse work and Is willing to do other work: steady position and good pay m nuiii puny. 0013 a. vjrana ave. yilJ WAVmi-n Tn ...... ..- ,,-r. ,3 "- .....fcr ... tu.U.LUie BiUfC ffW 1. unuuwn' MITV lUAVTrn T.. .-..- (I - - - Kn -hua 07 N. Sixth st MERCANTILE COLLEGE. Lincoln Trot BIAg ,7th.o Cfcf itnut SO . fit. Lot!, Me Bookkeeping, shorthand, Tyj-wnting, rtnmsahlplfltiv OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I WANTED Twentv-flve respeclabls -young men as apprentices to learn tha retail dry goods business; must live at home with parents and bring good ref erences. Apply to 13. NUGENT & BRO. DRY GOODS COMPANY. .Don't -wait for your ealary to be raised. Begin to avo now. Jl or more opens a saWngs account at tho Mercantl!" Trust Company. -KlffMh and Locust streets, and draws 3 per cent Interest tper year. Open .Mondays 'Un til 3 p. m. .11 I P HELP WASTED MALE. n --- -... -. i, ,,ww, , rillaccllaiicoa. MEN WANTED Two hindy young men for electrical suoply bouse; J12 week, steady. Apply ISO Olive " MEN WANTED Several jrung mcvto work la whele-nle harJware. dry gorda an! grocery houses: 112 week to start, with advancement. Apply 1210 Olive. MEN WANTED Two jouns men (from tne country preferred). It work In wholesai- .-to-cery house; $12 week to start, with advance nvnt Apply 3Z OIUe. MKN WANTED-To sell Roods on trains; this Is no employment company advertisement; no charpe, f jr tho Job Apply to Mr. Jordan, of Pce. No. 8. 2j9 Walnut s;., St. Louts -MEN WANTED 2W teamsters and laborers near Memphis; 100 traefcraen near Cincinnati: 25 dpot carpenters Louisiana; eH liborera and teamsters mar chlcijro; cooks, flunKyp. m'ner and milkers 7 Oil free pas3. Shevlin Labor Agency. CO? Market. ONI3 driver acquainted; Hunt ivacon; J23, tik 2 assistant Janltorx. J43, 50; steady ortc 2 young men learn trades; $1.50, Jl.5 start. ' men fenco cangs. Arkansas; fret pass. 25 teamsters near Chicago; free shipment. W tpamterp. Ark., near I. T ; fr pass Ui Iiborcra. teamsters; La- and Tex.; pisa. Hotel pastry cook; country; fees deducted. 2 freight elevator men; bor -nailer1; stearty liench hands and helpers; planing- mill; 2 a, J.1. Colored po'ter, hnucmcn, yardmen; iteadf. 25 woodchor pers, Jl cord, free pass. 5 men private place", $23. board, room. 6 handy factory labor-?, $10. $12 week. Porters, trucker, R. K warehouse; $C, $18. 2 cook. h'lpers. $J5, $33, toard. room. 23 bridge carpenter, near Louisiana; pass. All peoplo out of work cal! on the oldest an4 Iar?e5t emplojment company In St. Louis. National EmpIojrant Co. 113115 N. bUth st. PERSON to call oo retail trad for manufsa turlng house; "alary $20 paid weekly; expsni nony advanced- previous ciptrlencs unneces Mryt Standard Iouse, Caxton Rldg. Chicago. POUTER WANTED A man for poter and delivery work. Apply at flower store, 3720 Olive RELIABLE man in eery county to repre sent Eastern corporation as general manager; exclusive; try profitable; permanent. Address International. 221 Rroadway. New York. TRUCKERS checkers and freight handltrs, for wholesale house, express and railroad com panl. 319 OUvt at TWO youns men to run on passenger tnunt; $14 to $16 weeKiy. 313 uuve tz. .VANTED For the United States Manns Corps, able-bodied, unmarried men, between 21 and 35; (rood character; must rpeak. read and write Enr'Ish: marines sent at sea on men-of-war In all parts of lh word. on land lc our lnlArd possessions and at naval stations la United States. Apply Rcruitlng Office. 3d floor, ivdral bids.. Trird ard Olive. St- Louis. Mo. TOUNG MEN WANTED SIX younz men to learn cood trade: $3 wck- Autocrat Busi ness Af?ociation. 816 Pine YOUNG man -with buslne js ability to raan njre Fmall manufacturing business: must Invest KS as security. Call 10 a. ra. Saturday, 414 Kaston. 3 ACEjrra -yp a.ir.c33iEy. AEentl. P1IOTO ticket aent: new one: Jl a sale; ten eala daily. Call 1716 Rus 11 ae. Sollcitom. SOLICITORS 'WANTED Good proposltioq and winter's work to good solicitor,, at U0S Pine rt. fcOLJCITOR WANTED Installment man pre ferred; permanenti nothlnv to (ell. Canneld, Pozionl bldr . Ninth and Chestnut, room M4. Canvaaiera. r?AMT.'iqQTrTTtl WA"TTnflnA 1fv T..1..1.-.. big money: no waiting, star Portrait Co., list Franklin ave. fcOIJClTORS WANTED JJ Der week (alary and commission: Al solicitors only; references. m EZ. KCPUPllC. WANTEl) Al canvassers fornewsuaDer worK In this and other cities; best pay to flrrt-clasi men Apply, 8 to 12 morn ing, at room a. k cnestnut st. Salesmen. SALESMEN WAUTED-Fbr Illinois. low and Michigan, on an established line with Job bins trade; liberal salary and expense! tit guaranteed results. BO f. Republic. TRAVELING SALESMEN WANTED On commission, to carry three samples of men, shoes, to retail at JI.W: State territory eor- creu; rjFcnepce, reieroncs, etc. Aaaresa JLBJ Shoe Factory. Baltimore, Ma. WANTED Two tratelihr salesmen, eafw u State- permanent position; (. expenses. iiiuiuwwg ..urj&s ju . zenicKS. va. r "SSsSB WANTED Ten nrst-elaas dress good, salesmen: must be able to jrlveffocd references Apply to B. NUGENT & BRO. DP.T GOODS COMPANY. WANTED Ten drapery salesmen for Upholstery Department; must he thor oujrhly familiar with Uw retail dnrjrooda business. Apply to H. NUOEKT & BRO. DRY GOODS COMPANY. IJitlyAjrents and Solicitors. - i-i- Ln.rxn.n. I WANTED Flrst-claas lady canvassers zor newspaper wora; permanent m- filoyment Bnd bUh pay to arst-class so Idtors. Apply Saturday afternoon only, between s and 5 o'clock, room S, (ca Chestnut st. EMPLttiTMEXT AGE.1C1E3. ALL those desiring help or seeking situations may register with the Free Employment Bu reau or the State Lb;r Bureau of Statistics, UV, Chestnut St.; sltcatlons and help fur nished free of charge. TeL Kinlocb A 98L PARTSEnS VAJ4TED. PARTNER WANTED In World'd Fair hotel; lease and bulldlnc already secured; full par ticulars on Interview; amount, J10.00Q; 100 rooms. BM a. Republic TWO gentlemen want a third party to join them In a good-paying business; must have money and must not b a drunkard: business references; must stand thorough investigation. 111. 127, Republic DIiSINESS WASTED. ATTENTION SOLICITED-'Best suit or over coat that can bo produced anywhere for that amount of money, made to order for $25. Tlck nor Tailoring Co.. 123 N. Eleventh st. CXJLLEtJTIONS made everywhere; our system pets thn money; prompt; reliable. 1228-7 chem ical buildinjr. COLLECTIONS-Acm Uw and CoIIectloa fTn - 511 N rSfirrf-iftn ov (hnna Wtlvh rTI? prompt and careful service c-uaranieed. -&, --.. y-AiTrM' EHKLIC1I BROS . Interior decorators, papel A' hanging and painting. Pelmar 1708. 838 KasttxirlM T.-.T TTt.t, .' . .., .. .a.Zr C4VB 4ur.i ivrtiiL io corao ana neip eai na Genuine Turtle fcoup eery Saturday nlRht and and Sunday morning. 3ifl N Uroadway. ROOMING-IIOUPE; 15 or M rooms; will pay rash. 130 is. Republic WE make Ken eral lobbing a specialty; your patronage solicited; Klnloch C 2041. Patterson Bros . carpenters and builders. 1500 St. Chsrls. WESTERN nnOKCRAGE CO., 817 Holland Build In ff. We can locate you In business. Let us Know what you want. WRINGER REPAIRS. Rubber Roll nnd Wringer Co 91t FranXlln ays. VICTOR'S NATURAL DEVELOPMENT DF KEQUIItES HUT 15 MLVCTES nAlXT. Studio. Holland Bldg , and 4147 West BeUe PI. Call or Write for liooklct. MISCELLANEOUS WAXT8. A ZJ.RGAXN la street an.1 evening dresses; hlchest prices paid for cast-oft clothlne: postal. Klnloch A 213. Mrs. Miller. M? Walnut st. ABSOLUTnLY pay four times aa much as., other") for ladies' and cents' clothlnc and feattw er feend postal. M. Grossman. 1107 Morgan. FlRHT-CLAHS National cash' register: BO SL Republic FIRST-CLASS price paid for cast-off cloth' lag, mercoato. etc Goldman. 705 Morran- OELOER buys all kinds secondhand clotturur; para your price for overcoats, coabs, pants, etc Call store or wcitt 624 Morgan. MAX.TA. VITA coupons: will clve p. Co. for I. A- M. or II each. Address Nettie. 2321 Lo cust. nunnEit sta.mp3. seals, stexcixs. ADAM.1. the stamp man. 314 N. Sixth st: rubber stamps, seals,. stencils, etc; rood; cheap; quicjc write ior new list. uAi.hLiuu sump woras u uuva, wr steel stamps, stencils, burmnx brands, rubber type. seaU. brass, aluminum checka. RUnKER stamps, ruober type, signs, marx ers, brass and aluminum checks at lowsse prices. Kaspr stamp it Seal Co.. 91S Locust st. DAKC1XQ TAUGHT. i00m0jfUA JOrW Prnf. Tin tfonp-r class tor betncerw. thlswerk: full term S3. Academy. 2944 Olive. SELECT oartlea at Kcllpsa Dancicic Acad. jmy. Harmotle Hall. l!th and Ollrei. eTerjr Thura.. Sat. and Sun. evening; sew dsneraj ... f T 1 ItSHlS) f T ' jl "k mono. Aneara et jusexa, , -:! J s m i jg Sjf 83 V f.i?"& e-'