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vlft.'w ft JJ, . jr-'v-t,'i t'JW v5--VT$""a .ve,if''' ' ' if- -y-. THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1903. 9 u m I?& X Y r X f 1 1 lUlOJIS FOK RENT. IttTST. rM 1'esiniLlr. newly furnished rtj"m; hot natcr, batlt. pa5, furiiatc heat; rea wiwMc vi loos. IjOCCST. SSI I Vulrable. nn ly furnlhpci roinw: hot :iter, bath, cap, furnace hoat; rca FnnahU l-rlfcs. IXXTST. rslJt i;i'Rant Mfoii.l-flo.ir front; yonih'-m cxtwsuro; all modem coinentonces; gcmMvn only, f 1ah'1T. 3107 iK-hlrAhle blngle room: cood lMaul: also dav Uvmlvn.; visitors uccomino Uattl; all ccmenifnccs. U)i'tST and JiiTcrion (Tuholke ISuIlttlnK) i;iipr.m riMims. steam heated; Jurnlsh.nss and mntlntments tirst-davy. I.l'CAS. 2y3' Nicely fuml-hed room?; furnace h"nt; nil iniileni onvn!enoew. IA"S. SITO I .arte front room furtlisht'd for nc or two Ktiitlemen; private family. IXOAS. 3223 11 earant eccnl-llr front: al?o thtr dlmltli? t corns: hot hath, furnace heat. l.rWS. 2744 Nkely furnlthcd front parlor; a !. other deniable, looms; hot bath, furnace 1.1VAS. r22- Nice front i-arlor. first floor, for tw gentlemen or couple; hot hath, furnace hat. I t lA'CAS. 2.l.-SccmJ-tloor front room, wllli I. V hot wtr; ruitahic for several gentlemen; fur- MA;AZ1.NK. 3107 NJcrly fumtslied front room rrO alcoc; southern exposure; conieuk-nt u ars. MANOHl-TEIt. 3U-Uno or two unfurnished 'im; Ftvoml nnr. MAl'M:. 33. ti ! front ti i tmnicnre. -ilanJ-somelv furn'.chttl swri'l n; furnace heal; hot bath: all MAl'U:. 54 Xtcvlv furnish.. nm: nouth ein cxioMir; houiekifphiK allWM; funiitc;; ht Kith: iV MAriK Mil Clepint fundslied room: !iiclc or en suite: all comenlcnecs; reasun !: lacp ae. cars. MOIICAX. 3S01 Corner front room?; second ll-wjr: furnace heat; re.ior.aMe MOUGAN. 2901 Om larpe lisht room for two iremJenirn: U: H cnenienc-. MOlklAN. 415ft- Beautiful room-; well heat frt. for tio gentlemen or couple MoitOATC. 3112 Nicely furnished rocms for iif mlemen: nil modern eonenience5. MOIIUAN". 33A4 Nlcoly furnl-hrvl kpcoii.-floor fint room: private family: n.H cuneniences. MiUOAN. 4202 Kl gantly furnished front rtvm, firyt floor, suitable for couple; also imall iom, MitlHSAX. 133 Furnished mmus for llpht l:u-ekeepinp; two connecting nwins with cook Mme, MOIIGAN. 272S Second floor front room; ccn tmn r housekeeping; all convenience?; very 1 iimnaWc. MOHUAN. 201-nemn3-led and nvniu. sincle and en &uite; cry day or week. refurnlrfied reasonable; NOItTH MARK ITT. 43-Oae nicelv furnished liirt-iloor room for light housekeeping: 10. O'KAIAJN. f'7 Neatly fumlsned. comfortHtile rnw for rmm: tl week. M.IVIX 33H- iartlinr. -Southern -ex posed rooms. Mrs. uMVII 2?24 -Furnhed hall room, M wrk hot kith. IM.IVK. 220 Nicely furnished rooms. SI.S9 v.'t uerk nn-1 up. 1U.1VK. 3726 Iarse, nn-I".!! conveniences. furnished room; piano; I1 VK. 1712 Nicelv. furnished front room; BtMi iH'yekfeping rooms. U,lVi;. S Neatly furnished rooiw; hot and id uaier; gentlemen only. omvi; ! bhth. r)7Nlcel furnished all conveniences. OI.IV15. 2324 NIc. larKe. furnished third fi'ior front room; all com enlf "ceg. oi.iVK. 2711 Two la me connecting rooms. third floor, for light housekeeping. OMVIi 2S2.V-1-irg". tlegant front parlor for gentlemen or coupK by day o'r week. ol.IVi:, -4111 levirabl- furnished front par lor: si", bath, heat; eiy reasonable. OlIVR 22il Nicely furnlheI front arlor; U thlnbfJtHir front and back room. Ol.ivi:. 4344-NlctIv furnlshea room, with all modem conv nlence: price reanalle. OhlVi:, 27b Nlceh- furnished ecjnd-tor iiwin: heat ftimi-'liedf l.r tKr week. Ol-IVK. 2326-2S fJouble parlors and ether looms; Sl.i'i to J; also housekeeping room-. ouvr 1220 Klrgrntly Tumlshed rmnns: hot b.th. Vl-lnch lights; 5iiecial rates by month. OIIVli. 3712A I-irge. well-funilshed front ri'orn. for gentlenwn or privilege of housekeep Inc MVi:. ad Iai-ge furnished front room; iIo a smaller one, for sen'.lemen; all conven- pnt-c. OMVi; 4239A Furalfhed desirable second Moiy rom; youth and east windows; $15 per month. OI.IVK. 257K Second -Hoc r flout room, nicelv funtUhe!; fnrnaw, bath; strictly flrst-clats; priVHte faniHy. l'Ai;ii SMS Thre ro-mis. furnished complete for houbekeeping; must be seen to be appte ilateL PACK, 3W Two nicely furnished front. onnectlng lvoms for couple; privilege ct I .trheti. IMGE. rU'-Two nlc-ly funilshetl. wann rooms: gM board next dior; gentlemen or la dies employed. PAPIN, una-Neatly furnished front and eon- vting ixon( for light httuekeeplng. I'AltK. 2317 I-urnlehcd front room, with " ird. .iIpo cenm-cting iwm, for light house-.- tng; all ntnvenleiiee. iNE. 3U0 Roun for two gentlemen; elegant it homer modern comenlencew. I'lXli 2 -SNtn'l-fl'Mir front nmi; nicely f'.r tvo r tlire gentlemen. I'INi:, 2117iT1iree Lloeks ftom FnUm Stalion) Newly fiirniV-d; Jl.r-i week and up. I'INI' lir-A-Flne. bjrg ntcelj" funilshed li'tut and oilier room; -entral distilct. I'INI 2SM Nlc-ly ftirnl.btil rooms for cen liU'ii; furnaco lient, hot bath: icaonabb. riN!v, 3t?Vj -FtimiMied rcims. single or con liM'tluc, by week rtr month: jnodem com en I- e. I'INi:. II2S Neat, clean rom: desirable lo ait..n for winter; swl accommodations: rea m uable. riNi 3135 -Newly furnished, newly papered .ithtn et.i..j, modem conveniences. Includ ing watchman, tillered water; three main car Ines -onvenlent; itrst-cla.ss ne;hbothool; flisU i law Imird convenient; repsniiatde. KlUtitx irjA Nicelv furnlshiHl room for ldy. nil eonvenlenees: family of three adults. SIXTH. IS S.-Newly furnished r&cms, to M tcr week: steam heat, liath. n.;o srnr"R SO Neatly furnished inonis; tran sient trade Foilclted. SIlttT?U Gil ljIgfPK-hoUi; le!s. ST. EOCIS. sw-Sc-cond-floer front, nicely furn1ched: nil comcnlfncvs; very reasonable. TAM.OU. 111 N.-FumMted rnotns single or en suite: hot liath: funiaco luat: llrst-clasj. TI-NTH. 2213 Nicely furnished looms from SI lip. TENTH. Ill) S. Nicelv furnished room; gas, hot iMth: iln l-H-allty; prlvnte. THE Inn. 41S lura--CoI rooms, 2Vc, 3c daly: wreklv. .20, $1.7); Kith-. niEolMisiA. SS Nicely fumlli(d front ittom. pultable foi two gentktiten; private In in f I v. T11IIU. b and 12'i TCN'only furnished ioom.s for gentlemen or Jght hou'-eketplng. TWENTIETH. &J7?i rooms for cohfred. N. Nicely fuinlshed TWO uirrtr-ilshtxl rooms; cheap. Inquire 171S N. Tlor av. FNION Houievard. 1452 Elegant bedtojin; h'gh-grad furnhiRc; no other roomers; iur naee heat, hot bath; all convenience; z a month to gentleman or ?13 to couple; references leoulred. VEHNON. 470?A Choice furnished looms; Piivatc family; funuc-; ga, bath. Tak lag (.115. VEKNON. 5751 One very choice fumNhed i com foi one gentleman; leaFonable; Subuiban ais. WA1.MT. 2311 Connecting rooms for light hmistkeeplng: all rinste rocnL; utt convcnl ences; ti lephone. WALTON. 1203 N. One lurnished front room, lirst floor: 52 per week; Page cars. WALTON. 74 Furnished alcove rooms; housekeeping; other rooms: heat; warm bath; walking ditanc World'n Fair. AVALTON. It 14 Two ioom: connected: sec ond floo-: iiiifurnhed; within one block o lifton or Fage uv-. car Hn?a: rent cheap. WASHINGTON. float parlor. 1627 Two small rooms and WASHINGTON. 2K-flcly furnlehcd front hall r-ovm; gas. bath. WASHINGTON, 103 Newlj-. i ftiM rooms: by dav or week. defiantly fur- WASH1NGTON. 240 Furnlhed front rarlor. $3: other front rooms. ?2S0; hall rom. $1.23; cs. WASHINGTON, 1627 Three rooms. furnbdieO. f.r mall family; light housekeeping. WASHINGTON. 17 Sectiid and third finer wrlor?; also rooms for houstkeeping; gas. hot 1-ath. WASHINGTON. 3410 Nicely furnWie.1 frCnt ixnwt; first and second floor; hot bath; furnace bfat. . WASHINGTON. 1U3 Nicely furnished rooms: also small room; $1.25 icr week up; with stoves. WASHINGTON, 13f-Large roomfc, furnished ct-mplete for housekeeping; also rooms for gen tlemtn. WASHINGTON. 264fV-Furnlshed front and exinnecting parlors; $3; also third-floor front, J2.CC; gas. WASHINGTON. 2641 -"well furnished rooms: Jences: rent reasonable. - Clean, comfortable, all modern coneii- WAS1UNGTON, 3526 (Jut Off Grand)-E!e-rnntlv- furnlthcil rooms; all modern eonven-kiKH-s; steam heal! references. WEST HELLE Tcrrnce. 4379 Furnishel itom, for men; Iwvard convenient; private faniily; rea onable; Suburban cars. WKSr HELLK Place. 4217 FUrnlhed Toum. $2 per week! hot bath, telephone; leception ball; all Included; uieaht adjaccnL WEST3IINSTER Place. 4630 Two nicely fur nished connecting rtonis for couple or gentle men; private family. wiiittikii. irs tlly ttttnlfhcarirom. KOOMS WITH UOARD. mj --- -- AUUiniT; IW-Sulte of two newly furnished rooms with board, furnace heat; hot bath, sas; fruhmbmn. OUe and Jelmar car ltne. OMVi:. IUG Nlcvly furnished front other ro-mis. with board: J4 per week. and UAKTMUIt. .-343 ricatant rooms, with board; reasonable; Suburban, 1'age. Union car line?. UAAltlJ, yn-One furnished room with board; home cooking, for two gentlemen: lea sonable. UUOADWAV. 312 N. First -class Iward; ncat Iy lurnlylutl rooms: cut lates. CAHANNi:. 2fiiy Uirge eecond-lloor room; hot-water heat; excellent table; gentlemen or couple. CHOFTKAF. S3) Two furnished room, with or without iHtard; also unfurnished room. CHOFTF.AU, 2322 Nice furn shtd rooms, with first-cl.i-s board, for gtnthmm; S4.50 er week. OIltUSON IMace. MS-Ftiin!shed goml board; all conveniences. CCOK. 30ST Second-story front room: elegant ly furnished; excellent boatd; alo thlrd-Mory loom. COOK. 2"One choice from." with excellent iKiard: gentlemen preferrvW; Fage and Subur ban car. cook. 3726-Seconl-floor front room, beautiful ly furnished, for couple pecple emplojexi; prhate hemu aecommoilatlon- assured; modern con wnlences; rasnable term. DK1.MAU, 4217- Nice. larg furnished room; flrst-clats lnartl: for one or two gentlemen. 1KI.MAU lloulevard. 4445A-!Tlvan- family ot three will rent one choic loom; Itcard optional. HKW1AK, 3MT 1,-irge. bright rooms with or without board, hot bath, funuce heat: lcasuii able. m:iMAi:. S$4-NIcely rurnlslicd room-; ex ci'ller.l nuals; all conveniences; couple or gen tlemen. Ii;iMAU. 46l-uiie nicelv furnished room: steam heat, bath; private family; breakfast If desired. EASTON. 4312-Nieelv furnished s-cond-floor front and warm hall room; nil conveniences; reasonable board. 15 VANS. 4120 Front room, upstairs: wUh board; newly furnished: funince. ga. batn. i-(HtxTitv. i:iTiii-rt wfii-fumlshed rvXnis, finale or en suite, with board; Suburban cars. llGNItliriTA, 2333 Nicely fuinlshed rooms and hoard. - 1IOUTON I'lace, 034-Kooms with board, JJ week: hot bath: furnace heat; table boarders. JEFFKltSON. l s.-nirnished front room; nil modern cneniences; home cooking; 1.3'J and J a week. KICNNITTT, lsll I-arce, light, well-furnished frr.nt and ocnnecthig roon's: board optional. KINO'S HIGHWAY, m N.-StrlCtly tllPt clasi rooms and board: all conveniences: Sub urban. Ivimar car. KINO'S HIGHWAY. SOI N. Rooms with best of Ivard. furnace; hot batb. gas; close to WorM's Fair; ) and t.'0 per month for two. IAC1FI)R. Syi Nicely furnished room and lKsird; all conveniences; private family; furnaco beat. I,AWTI).. 2?J3 Kxcelient board; large, sunny front room, for two; own home; reasonable. I.AWTON. :23 I-cnt rocni', other desirable rooms; boaul if de-dred; hot bath; furnace heat M-:iTlXUWKI.U 2i7A S. Nicely nm. with or without board. I.INIini.U Sfi5 Two ery desirable rooms; table and furnishings up to date. lINI)i:i,U 3M2 Second-story room; hand somelv furnished; first-class table and serIce. UNDin.I.. 3ai0 Klegantly furnished parlor?, single or en suite: table first-class; choice loca tion. MNDKM lloulevard. 4537 l'-eautlfully fur nished f cond-storj front rooms: ilso small rccm. with lonnl IjOCUST. 31IS-rieasant with board: reference. scfcind-floor room. LOCUST St.. 1320 Newly furnished roomi and flrat-clars liard: reasonablf. IJOCUST. 22."6-0S Scond-storv inmt and lack reom-s: alsn other rooms: with board. 1ACFST. 1424 Roim and board: visitors and dav Itoardcrs; houe heatnl. Mrs. Thomas. IjOCUST. 2JC0 Comfortable, well-heated rooms; homo table: families, gentlemen or la dles employed. C 73S. 1 .I'l'AO til t f'hn!ru niiimn i llh r It hnllt Ixiaid: furnace'beat: hot and cold bath. t'ju- im vii., fiiKilcl....) rr.v..0 n-lih ecellent table; day Imarders accommodated; ga. nain. l.FCAP. W Nicely furnished third-floor frnt loom; separate beds; good board; for gentlemen. I I.UCHtTTlA. 1414 Nicely furnished rooms; with or without board: all conveniences; cheap. I MANCHESTER S97 Wish German, Hun garian board ni: private family; nice rooms; reasonable: all conveniences.. MAPLE, 5S0-Laige front room for gentle men or coupie; excellent table; private family. MAI'I.E. 326S Nicelv furnished room; south ern exposure; hot-water heat; Imanl If deIr(d. McrilEUSON. -1142 Fundhed room, with board; two ladies or gentlemen; all conveni ences: rtfciences. MINEItVA. S0C9-NIccly funilshM single and double i-ioni: good bcaid; all conveniences. MISSISSIPPI. 1430 Furnished rooms and Itcard; all conveniences; opposite I-afayette l'arlc. MOHGAN. 3341 Nicely turnlhed room, first-class boanl. MOnGAN..35n-Clean. comfortable. well-Ueat-ed rooms; hot bath: choice table; good service MORGAN. 3127 Seconl and third story front k-ooms. with board in ft ret -class boardlng-hose. MOUGAN. 3023 Nicely furnished second-floor front and connecting- room; first-class board; comenienot. NKWSTEAD. 710 N. Nicely furnished front room; private family; all conveniences; board If desired. NEWSTEAD. 120 N. (Near Llndell) Larg second-floor front room; board optional, for gentlemen; reasonable. OLIVE. 4?34 Itooms. with toard; accommo dations ilrst-clafs; excellent table; telephone; rate mclerate. OLIVE. 42&S-Dellghtful rooms; southern ex posure; steam heat, w Ith or w Uhout board ; gentlemen desired. OLIVE. 3335 Nicelv furnished room; also small room: bet hoard; rcasoiftible. ONE front room, with or without board, for a ladv. cheap. Apply 4T21 Minnesota. . PAGE. .V47 Nicelv furnished and warm room, with goo! boanl. PAGE. 4653 Furnished room; modern conven iences, with board: reasonable- PAGE. SCSSA Newly furnlsned room, with or without board; bath; hot and cold water. PAGE, 301V Three rooms, furnished: front conn-cting; good board; all conveniences; rea sonable. PAGE. 4035 Rooms, board; home cooking; furnace heat, bath. $5; World's Fair mechanics prefen ed. PAGE. 3921 Furnished front room; southern exiosure: hot bath; all modern conveniences; board optional. PAGE, 327a (Orner Union) Everything new; bett French family board; -tery reasonable; all cars: conveniences. PAGE Houievard, 3V15 Nicely furntehed second-story room, with board; furnace heat; hot bath; also from room and single; German cook ing. PENDLETON. 524 Front room.. with or with out lioaid; good accommodations; reasonable; references. PINE. 344") Elegant rooms and board; heat, gas and bath: S3 ier week. PINE. 3113 Nicely funilshed ftont room and board. FINE. 3335 Nicely furiiiie-1 rooms, wjth board: steam beat: gas. hot bath PINE. --22! Connecting looms; with class iKiard and service; liall room. $J. PINE. 3223 Heuutlfut. sunny, second-floor f re nt room, with excellent board; modern. PINE. 3332 (Near Grand) High-class accom modations; low prices; special rates to fami lies. PINE. 35u3 Specially desirable large front sunny rooms, furnished or unfurnished; tnsur pastcd table hoard. PINE. 2732-NIcely furnished front rooms; also-single hiokik; furnace heat; gas; hot bath; wm ur mwiDui uotini: reasonaoii!. 1 AVmvf ntciri. . and sen ice.s; lKautlful location; gentlemen r couples: reasonable to right parties. 'Xfioue Delmar 1361. RUSSELL. 4A34 Nicely furnished room for two; boutd. bath, heat: terms moderate; Park TAYLOIt. 1213 N. Choice furnished rocms; with or without Irwd: firnace; hot bafli gas; $5 ier week: cars dliect to World's Fair. VERNON. 54C3 Single room, with board; all com tnlences. YEItNON, 3423 Uirpc second-nton south loom, with lie?t of board; two reople. VEHNON. S243 iautlful. funny rooms, with lest of iwiard; hot bath: furnace; telephone. LKMN. ..22 Sunny furntsheti looms, with lMKt of Iward: home cooking; modem conen Jenccn. VEHNON. 461C Two choice rooms, with boanl. all conveniences; Pace tars; block west of Talor VEUNON. 4641 Furnished front rooms, sin gle or en smite: beard It desired; light house- itT-i-iitiK niiimni. iiiu.iu.. .'j .. vur uniunni room, v.nu IkmuiI; furnace; bath and gas; Suburban cars. Mrtuiu., ivsj vile viiwivt: r"om, wun loar; all conveniences; two gentlemen: $40 per month. l.iim.uio.. n-n--v-unuur4auie iront room; " 'q. "" m.vt uwm. uncr car linen. (wisiiiuu'A, aiui rieam-neaiea rooms for oiuples or gentlemen; first-class board If de sired. WASIHN'GTON. 2323-Room Tind high-class lioard; telephone and every convenience ref erence. '.ii fi stf-oin-healeJ rooms, with board. " rhone Drl- inar nu'- fiiniUli") rooms, with board; all conveniences: private family. WASHINGTON. 5W lively front rooms. 5pctni! and third floors, for gentlemen; good lioard: reawnable. WASHINGTON". 3416 Third-floor front, with board: four rentlemcn: nwclal ratej; others Trtom: ront enlenres. WASHINGTON, StS-CIean, comfortab!, rooms; first-flaM board; alL conveniences; fur nace heat: reasonable. IIOUM'S WITH IIOAKD. SAsAv'i'Nwi''iNiswwvn'w WASHINGTON, 3033-Nlcelv furnished lnnt parlor; with i;oM hoard; alai houseUeeplns riMjnn: all convudences. WASHINGTON Houievard, 4tsT.-Comfortahty rmnlslml nN'iu for tviTt geutleimn or ctuple; Ismnl optiunal; ivasonable. WASHINGTON. 2S33 Iiont Pirlor. with board for two gentlemen. $43 monthly; gas; bath: ht-ai: telephone; hall room J5 week; table ltoutd J3-3J. WAMIINGION, 4J75 Kirtt-cKtsa front ruum. with largo alcove ixwm; routhcru exposure; hot bath, velvet cari-et. tmc furnace; also southern riHim; nu reasonatiie; wun Doaiu, "L.11 lilLtLtlt. vVHI SlCCiV IUIUI.-HL-U 1WIII3, with Ijoanl: furnace heat, with bath. WEST HELLE. 4315 Newly furnished room With bard: couple or two gentlemen . WEST HELLE. 4431-Cholco furnished rooms with l.et of board; furnace, hath and ga:. WEST HELLE. 447S rpom. with alcove, with s erv ice. -S' cend-story front 'cellent board and WEST HELLK 1'iare. 1176 Ucflrable looms; modern, convenances; cho.ee lecation; bourd it desired: reasonable. WEsT HELLE Place, 4453 Very desirable sunny front loom: piHate family; all tonviii- ieiic.es; licaru opiionai. WEST PINE Hwulpvati. SC22-Ebruit nntir.s. single or en suite; lir&t-clags lic.trd; mi.!ern. WEST HELLE. 4101 -Two lat?e iiewlv nished rooms with Rood board; modern; p men preft rred. WI25T HELLE 1U1EL4U2I West H'llo PUeti TlioMMiKhly xenovatid; llrst-claes tabl-. reasonable iale. IIOL'MIS. UOIHIS, i:IC. WANTKI). ONE double and .im murIc mini, with ti mcaltt. for three adults; about $& each. ClJ 41. Kfpubllr. SMALL furnished house for at least one year; west preferred; state price. '.! 123, ItepnhHe. TWO furnished or uiifurnlMied nvm, with board, for man, wife and four) children; nRe. 15. 13. 10. r.; no objection to :w or 4'J mlnutiV ride on railroad fiom suburb1; must be reu sonable; stato price, fit AS. Ilepublic. WOIIMI'S FAIR ItOOM-KU.NTI.4S CO. Will list your roe::..- and keep same occupied during the World's Fair. Csll or address 1226 and 1227 Chemical building; KInloch I VS. llOU.lI.llATICS WANTKIL tS ItOOMMATR WANTKD-llv refined man: new furniture; hot bath; second llor. 25."-'t lcust. HiX.M.MATi: WANTED Hy younp man with cow! , habits, Rood borf i d ; furnace hea t. 23 ROOMMATE WANTED-Vounc lady room mate; larRe. pretty ruoni. with hiRh-clati board; telephone; rtfo,-nces. 23J3 AViUliinston. nooMS and noAitn AVA.vrun. rVSVVSrVWVWiiwA ROOM and toard for two ounR Rentlemeii. employed, lit private family. CH m. Ibpubllc. TO LET FOR ni'MMSSS PL'ltPOSKS. WNiii.'w..SV. X)n.Ni:n Boyle nn.l IelriloItest l'icatinn for bnl;ery and rtt.nn-nnt In clt5 : inrpttKale. DKUMAlt. 5i-!3 (Near Worl.fn Fair Oiounds) Half t-toro: shCK maker preferred. lnKK room, wit'i ..r without ilei-k: Kinlocli lihor.e. at 115 Iturllnglon '.mil. line. SIO Qlle. DESK room; sjco two ,1,-tks: Rood llKht; loth honc; cheat, rent. Kooin 4) iturlliiBton bulldlnir. DICSIv room: nicely furnlihHi ofiice: ure Ujth phones and roller deal;. Cll JlurllnKton Lulldlnfr. Kl.KXTJNTII. 310 ;. Ue.irable store; lOLatlon. Kood FJTH floor, with power. lUht and nater. WIM.mtAXDT. HAT nilve st. FOH manufacturliifr, r,wm containing S'jO cubic feet; htat. llEht, nouer. etc. Swalne Co., Heenlh and O'l'allon Ftp. roiIISTEESTJI. Northeast Corner l.ucas Store; kcoI ptand for butcher, grocer or other business; rent. j:5. I). HCNN'ISWY lir. riietmit Kt FRANK UN. 1K1-Second-Ro(,r for rent: sult able for any purpo. NORTH MAHKI7T. 3311 I.irco store; cheap rent. Jas. VS. ixnton. H04 .'. Fontteinth. OL1VI-:, 4-7I8 Storeroom: Rood location " business: fii-st-class trade: rnt rcr.inable. TEXAS. 30: Larce ."lorcroom. ul:able for any kind of manufacturing purpose. WASHINGTON and Twentieth Fine place for a lunch f-tnnd durlnir World's Fair; 150 feet of Kround. Apply at once S10 N. f-cend. FlUMSIIt:i IIOISKj! axd FLATS KOIt ttEXT. EVANS. 41V, lEtra I.ttrc three-room fur liot bath. Kan. ranee: hall nlelled fat- FURNISHED 10-rnom house, address P. O. box CIS. For particulars MORGAN. IKC Furnished four-room flat, with piano; niyo threc-rocm Hat. FURN1KHED riOI'SIS TO RENT. New. ten-room, rock-front furnished hou.ee. In Cabanne. for four months from Dec. 13; all modern conveniences: no chiltlien. Apply KOO Chamberlain. ' FOIl ItEXT APAimiK.Vrs. FLATS. COTTAGE. 4216 A fiat of three rooms: 55. NICELY furnllicd tcven-room ll.it. IOTA Irnnuwell. ST. ANGfX 1311 Four line. I.trse roonn--, downstairs, or sven upstali-s; nleo nelshbor b'd: Kisd liouce; steam beat; sar, Mth, tc; will rent cheap to agreeable, tenant. ST. LOUIS, 4 IIS New three-room llat. and bath. FOK llIS.fT UWELLIXGS. LARAD1E, 4J7 A six-room tnodeni house; n-wly refitted; jtl. Wooley. at 715 Chestnut. MARCUS. r3-Ilnci: houso; three UrKc rooms; larpc jard: rnt Jl". WM. ICEAN. vm Chestnut M. FOK RI3XT SUHUIIIIAX PHOI'KHTY. AT Webster Grove.-, en FrlTo Railroad Fine eight-room house. 517. I'ictute at Ilayden Real ty Co.. 103 N. Seventh. KOn HEXT STAJ1LES. STARLE. large cnoach for four horses and WHpons. with or without rooms above, rjej Washington. IMI'IIOVKII CITY PKIH'EHTV FOR SAI.K. ALARAMA. T.223 New four-rftm brlclc house; cheap: easy temi.; sewers made. FOUR fall in Picston place; lent JS5I; price SS.2ik). Inuulie 171(1 Papln st. FOX Place, 33 Seven-loom. 3-s!ory lirlck ...f, ,u itn,tiiii. MIAMI. SC: Sl-roon house; bath, hot ter: Kianltold walk, cellar' :.o12.': baicsin hot wa- PENNPYLVANIA, C'XHJ-x Sev cn one-storj-houses: best 4 and Z room bouses over ortercd; rasy termij; tevvenr, waur, gas. J. A. Uoyers, 1720 Dalton. ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS l'cr Sale Rouso and lot. 42GS Russell avve., S) feet east of Tower Grove ave.: brand-new ?. story brick fi-ont bouse of S rooms; rccpllon UhII. bath, hut and cold wnlcr: tiled Kithruoni; emmtl tub; flue mantels: hardivocd finish; Jranitold cellar: lot Ssi'i feet to alley Terr'?. 509 cash down and JJJ ur month. For k'-y and price sec KEELEY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut St. ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS Tor Sale Irnic and lot "So. 1322 Cnnds ne.. near North Market t.. two-storv brlek hr, nt 8 room!: abo pood stable; lot Eta 1 37 fet to al ley: 5ev.-cred and pave-l; strrt. and sidewalks made; terms. $40) cash down and $25 per month; hou.se is rented now. For price sir KKEI.KV & CO.. 1113 ChPiUnut 5L New Houses in West End. For Sale Houses N03. km, MI3 anil 3617 Vernon uve.; brand-nevy two-story btlck ami rock-front houi-e cf 9 rooms, leception ball, batli. gas. hot and cold vrat.r. tiled liatli 100m. cianltold cellar and slat's roof; lot 32x 13: feet to each house; terms. jl,(rw c-.ifh down and 5JO lux nicnth. For further piltlcubits be Geo. TV. Mitchell, tin the premises or KEELEY fc CO.. 1113 Chestnut st. ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS For Sale House and lot. 4.V5 Shaw ave.. Just west "f Old Manchester road, t-storv brick cot-tag,- or 3 rooms and zocd lock t pilar; lot 21) or 50x130 fct; termr. Sion msli down a'K! i; per month, l'cr key and price see, . KF.FiLEV & CO.. 3113 Chcstnuf St. FOUR BARGAINS. Two -room Etzel uve. bouses .Jl.l-.l Marcarrtta nvc: .-room house .i.i"J De Hoiliamont ave.; 7 rooms: frame I,i-l J. S. ROT1IWEI.L.V: SON. S13 Walnvvrlglit liuildlng FOR SALE OR LEASE Lot :0x: feet. n. w. cor. of Old Manchester road nnd Shaw ave.: Joins Eau claim Lumber Company's yards: will ell at a bagratn or leaso for a number of years. See KEEI.ET & CO.. 1113 Chestnut st. FARMS KOIt SALE. WE eell farms: get our Tree list. S T? MORTflN' 'l Unrnln Trust bldr. WE have land for sale everywhere In Texas; write us what you want. Gilllland & Hat-wood. Fort Worth. Tex. SUnURllAN PROPERTY FOR SALE. SIX-ROOM house, stable and outhouses; two cisterns: water In kitchen; tabu Suburban Klrkwood car to Matldenvlllc. Inquire Reynolds's grocery. CITY R12AL ESTATE FOR SALE. 1 ItAVj-i -very nn ouiiiiinc ihl tor saio; iioutli western part of city: convenient- to car and near World's Fair. CI 113. Republic. FOR I.KASE. IJOCUPT. fivtiT-?a,. xplrlnc Xovemlcr 4, 13M: rental ZSti mcntli. lIarris-;oar Mffi-. Co. FINAAXIAL. LIKn INSL'HA. cn IfiLIfriKi; nnnrnmisn or lraned upon at S er cent: liberal values. O it Wither. 2(1S Natlonat nnl f rnmmr. io.n TO LOAN. On It cm I Knlulr. Money to Loan at 5. $1,000, 51,500, $2,000, $2,500 ni $3,000. AIo larsrr amounts ns desired. 10M!ltOK-IIIAUKWELDi:it ItKAI. HS TATK THL'WT CO.. 1U7 X. Seventh st. 5-Per-Ceni Money To Ian We have $I.'0. J2.ft'). J2.0fii). St.ihft. y- 001, (;t(KNt, J7,(hV1, $.,, yi.o,n, JUtni-l, JI3,iOj J20.C-0. 5,fc) and jr-t.m to kin at ." per cent luteret en extra Rood recurity; St. L.uls city improved real etntc only. KEELEV ,vl- CO.. 1113 Chestnut ft. Uu Pruuul Properly. LOANS nrsToHated on furniture. any personal property it S per ernt per annum; confidential Notary Public. 30T Chestnut st. JIONEV to Inn on furniture, plains, horse. wnRoiiM. etc.. S per cent per ytar. Pi Ice. MeU9 A.- Co.. fiU-I.'-lC Merniotl-Jarrttrd bulldlnR. MONEY loinrd salaried ped without e enrl'v i. U'inzet. rt 1-,-noM bhlc. 5th .- Pine. INVESTIGATE THIS WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. W.- make loans on furnltur,. WITHOUT RE MOVAL, Wo make na Inquiries of your friends or en.plojer We nle you Iho full amount in t'ASII. not chocks We arrange uy menta to suit jour CONVENIENCE and ABIL ITY. We Co not RECORD loans. We RECEIPT for every pawncnt mode. Wo tiny off any OTHER I.OAN or n Inlance on furniture and 'SIVl: MORE MONEY. Wo EXTEND p.ivment In case of SICKNESS. We cancel ALT. PA PERS in case of death of luisbind or wife. We make AS LOW rates ns the LOWEST. We t-rant i.iherai, disCOI'NTS for time money Is riot used. This is our bus'nei;. In a nutshell, snn ITS before ccltlnj: a loan elsewhere and be convinced that e are Tlin PEOPLE. the liorKEHOi.n loan co.. ROOM Ml Frl.F.KllTflN IHIILDING. SRvnNTi; Axn pine sts. Telephone for us to call. Klnloch R 1911. INVESTIGATE THIS When ou wini money n houyeholu peiod or SHAHV. Ym will miiUe a mistake IK YOU I'OXT fef n: before iloinc business elsewhere, r.tymi-nts nti.i .'i'roi.nt are arranKfd to dve on t'lIITAI-HH MONnV th.in can bo had nny Tvhn rlr In the city Will nay off any LOAN 'Ol!IWNY r rurnltiirp hntp-e and advance ou MORG MONKV. Special Inducement? Riven to Persons hold I im prmanent SAI-AHinn lOI TIO.VS. No einbirrn"t'ne inuuirleit. Hulne STIMCTM" mnfidentlal. ItOOM $12 IIOT,T.ND HLPO-.J. A. TKI.PORD. 211 X. SKVEXTII ST. Tel. Klnloch MI"A. Tak elrvator to el&hth tlonr. LOANS ON FURNITURE. Hate n.nd term? milliard of. Jok: 5I..M weekly pas a S7. loan. Jl.Wr vv-kly it,ijs a 5-,) lian. JI weekly pujH a & loan. T5c weekly jy a $10 loan, Tajniftits may be made weekly, pemlmonthlv or monthly. It W to yiur Interest to consult us. All business privat1 and abov lward. S u. CHICMICAl, K1XANCH TO.. Ml Ciicmlcal bide-, lllshih and OUvo ts. Money to lo-.n In anv amount on all kinds of r-ereonal prcprty. Irg.iins In unredeemed pledscF, 912 FRAWKLSN AVE. LQAHS !U EAST ST. LOUIS. Alo in surroumlins: towns. On FURNITURF3. PI NOS and SALARIES. Amounts to euit your need and TERMS to suit YOUR AI1IL 1TY to ;iy We do not remove poods. Exten sions In case of sickness. Liberal dlccounts. Klnloch A ISOi THE HOME TRUST CO.. Rom ; Metropolitan null. line;. sT-417 Missouri Ave.. East St. Loul. SALARIES ADVANCED Money to tularled people on a new plan: strictly confidential; quickly: easy payments and low rntea. 5i Mernjo-i-Jaccard bidjr. LOANS OX FliK.MTUIlE. Money advanced salarietl employes. EQUITABLE INVESTMENT CO.. 421 Century R'Jft. Kin. R 1SC7. MOHEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. Wo furnish you money quickly and confi dentially, without seeuiliy. National Credit Co., rooms 901 .M2 Chemieai 1,'dir.. Elchth and Ollv.. Money Advancsd Salaried People, 1eamstcn..boardins-house keepers without eecu rlty.tay pameuts; largest business In CO ptlncl pal cities. Tolman. M Ifouser bldc.yfl Chectnut Money for the Holidays. Salaries bousht at reasonable discount: wa loan mon.v on furniture: cheapest In town. Eouitv Finance Co., 1110 Missouri Trust bids. UEIUIATOLOG1. Superfluous Hair, Moles, warts, red veins, scars, and all un sightly, humiliating blcmlshea perma nently ami safely remuved.CAllorwril) JOHN" II. AVOOnBUKY .I., 3l)C Icnuod-Juccerd, St. Loull. SRCItKT M)CIKTIES. K.MUHT3 OP PITIIMS. ACME LODliU. NO. 113. K. OF P. MEETS every Tliurbday evening at S o'clock. West Hate Hall, northwest corner Grand and Eastoa evenues. Mcmbctn requested to attend regular ly. Visitors cordially Invited. W. II. MELTON, a C a. TV. Clifton. K. .; It. S.. lie St. Louis avenue. CAlXIi HALL ROBERT E. COWAN , Lodgr.No. 131. K. of P.. West Hall, ( entury Rulldlnir. Ninth and Olive Streets On .Monday. Dweinbcr l, IMS, at b p. m. sharp. Woik in rank of Page. Visitor cor dially invited. K. A. CLARK. O. C Attest: Iltnrv II. Luebbert. K. of It. &. S. CUo.lli!A I.ODUE. NO. meets every 'lueday 226. K. OF P.. eveninr of 1 V VIOUJ., Century bulMlns. Ninth iin.l ilv. atreet?, east hall. Tuesday evening, Deecmber wun: in icnk of tiuirc. Gooa time. All members rciutsted to attend. Visltois v.e: come. w. L: im'lLlt, C C J. P. Demprey. K. of R. & S. DAMON I.O.DGE, NO. tt, K. OP 1'.. MEETS every Wedrevlay evcnlnirnt Odd Fellows' Jtall. No. 3. eventll lloor. Ninth and Ollvo fcttttti. Euelncss meeting. Memliers are exieet cd toattind. CHAS. L. IIOI.TZMANN, C. C -Utert: II. It. liennel. K. of It. c S.. No. a?3 Evnus av cnue. FUTJitE Ultc'AT LODUE. NO. r?e. K. OF P.. meets every Wednesday evening' at b o'clock at Howard's Hall. Thirtieth and Olive street. On Wednesday even.ns, Dctem ber s. Knight tank. Visltois invited. O. A. GRASEE. C. C. W. A. Roberts. K. of It. & S (V ODOC LODGE. NO. Z. K. OF P.. IV meets every Tuebday evening at 1 u clock at Anchor Hall, southwest comer ot Jefferson and I'ark avenues. Take Common Heltnts. x'ark-'or Jcftersoti avenue cars. Mem ters arc eaiitjleil and vlsttorr cordlallv ittrlted to attend. U. UOXMEVER. c. C. G. v.. Tn:.yei'. IC. otlLiS PACIFIC 1XJDGE. NO. 3l4. K. OF P.. meets evuv Wednesday evening, tenth ncor Century building. Ninth and Olive streets December l. work in Flrs-t Rank, amplilled form. Members arc urjrd to be present at tnis meeting. All visitors will receive a fraternal welcome. l. P. ANDRES. C. C. W. A. Gray. K. of R. & S. Puu-Miki: ujdge. r:o. 2it H. OP f. . -Regular meeting every first and third Monday evnlnc in the month at hall No. 2. ,DJi! Kelloivs titillillhtc. Next meeting Mon- aay. ueccmuc-r . wwx. in ias iaiiK. Mem berj nxz rtiiuested to be present. Visitors ura cordially invltsil. V.EKJ. V. UNlAS. C. O. J. P. WUtt-. Jr.. K. or K. A 3. Riid cnoss ijODGd, -k. or p.. mcdts iu Odd l-I:u' Hall, Ninth anu ouva struct., overy Wednesday nlht. Visitors ai ways welcome. .December 'J, second rank. JAMES V. llLAKK, C C. H. 13eldl'.!ff. IC. of K. & S. W.R.S1I LODGE. NO. ZIS. K. OK !.. will vvorl: in tlie rank of naire. Tuea il.iy. lu-tembtr S. at Castle Hall. Mroadvvay ai.J Ileutui. Visiters nrdlally mvltcd. J.NO. RU.NKRO. U. C. r. II. Sachlrbcn. IC of 18. ft S. ZULliMA LOIHiK. NO. Kl. K". OF J'.. meets Monday evrnlntr. Decerning 7. I9y3, In Irtll No. 1. tentn floor t-viitury liulldluK. at S o'clock. Kleht van.llilatcs for rank of pae. McniUyrs c-xiKtued and visltois cordially in- vlleil tu attend. ' A. VT. DAVIDSON, C. C. Attest: o. XI. tlrooks, IC ot II. & S. I'.-O. Imx 1CC2. k:k;hts oti- lio.von. OI.lVi: 11RANCH LOnGU. NO. 811. K. (if IL Reiriilar mertliiKs nrtt ami third Mondiyt at Union Hall, southwest corner of Uroailvvay Ar.ii llenlon street. AH Knlgliu of Honor ate Invited. V. B. U. WEHBR. Dictator. 1373 Templo place p.yton C. Jones. Rcrorter, KQtl Jlcl'herson avi-nuc. KMCIITir AXU 1..U1IES OF SECUItlTV. SEClIltlTV COUNCII NO. CSI. KNIOIITS and Ladles uf fcccurlty. meets every Xlonday at 8 n- m. Orpn meeting ffond Jlon day In each niontli." I'lioenlx Hall. Jefferson and Cass avenues. Vteltltiff knlgtits and ladles assured a coidia! lecepllon. B. J. TARLING. President. Mrs. Gnssie Hart, financial Secretary, i&ja. Lallln street. Miser tin nrnan. .'iii n rni . -mni-i -n irnri i i i i-ii ii'i'.'MVs.'. 3ICRCIIANTS Uxchaiise ilutual Itncroleiit Society. 'St. ImiiIs. .DwemljiT .",. 1393. Tin-mem-lrs of tills society an- licreby nollOed to call aud pay, wllhout further notice, n.in vvltliln llilrty days front Prccmher f. IW5, the mm. t'lni; assessment mado uron the ileath of John 1vans. Iist dav nr iiajfnc, January 7, 10J4. I). R. YVII1T.MORI-:, s:ictury. (?'' U SECIIET SOCIETIES!. AAAlAAls) A.C1E.T FKEE AND ACCEITEU MASOX9. A'! HEGIIlAr MEETING OF CORNER Stone Loiice. No. xa. A t- x. a if.. will bo held tnls (.Muildaj). Uectmber ", at ipt p. in., at the .Masonic Temple, Grand and llnney avenues, at which time the election of olttceis for 1'jm will tako place. Will be Elad to w Iconic vllton. MARLON W. ECKERT, W. M. .las. A. Smith. Jr.. Secretary. GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. . A. F. ir A. M.. will hold special com munication nt o o'clock Tuesday afternoon De cember S, JStB, at Masonic Temple. Grand and Mnney avenues, for work In the K. A. Ueeree. Slaterl communication at T:30 o'clock. Election of ofllcem. Every member Is expected to be preccnt on this orxazion. Vlslunc brethrrn are fniternally Invited, A. J. MICIIENKR. W. M. Ilfnrv Llhou. Secretary. ITASIvA LODGIC. NO. !, A. P. & A. M. stat.,1 communication this (Momtayi, IK cemUr 7. lfO. at S o'clock p. in.. Grand and i'inney avinucs. Annual election. Meinlers aro icquested. Visiting brethren Invited to al- t"!'Lf. .. , '.' "' "ARTII. W. M. A. F. Week". rVcrctary missouiti ixiDtir: no. i. A. v. & a. m. Called conimunlcatton on Wednesday, JJt cimoer , nt 7:30 p. m Grand Avenu.-.vrisonlc rempie. m. ji. uesrec. MrinlMs are re(,ut cd and visuinit brelmen invited to attend. ti. r?"A",U,.U R W"1CK. W. M. Jotm IT. Deems. Secretary. OCClni.NT.U. LODtJE. NO. 1G3. A. P. .'i A. M .S,M.-llll ..)ltl,n,lnl..ii,t...i n ..... ...n. Ian Hall. Grand Avenue Masi.nlc Temple this (J.londaj). l.'crmlH-r 7. at 7 p. in. vVo'rk In SI. .l. Or, re. iiini louiniunicatl, at J:5). f, .iT""," '.( ,rfnceI"' Vl-ltlnit brethren frater- ...... f iinnvu. M v i. ,. CJ'" ALEXANDER. W. 31. A. P. Oliver, secretary. K.MC'IITS OF CULUMUUS. DU ailET COUNCIL. NO. 7U. KNIGHTS cf Columbus, meets every urst and thiro inursday In the west h.ll Century butldlci. Ninth and Olive st,. Vlsitlnf; knnthts n ln ited. C. P. MONAOHAN. Orand Kslkhk M. 3. McGrane. Recorder. iminnu 01II:V Cran.l tVl.. WnllPr T fiinnlnftsan. i.. ""''' .. ... .. w ...... ...!,,.. in. jfcswm urr. ARVUKTTK COUNCIL. NO M. It Knights of Columbus, meets ev.rv ? ind and loiirth Tuesday In the west hail Century buildinc Ninth and Ollv" .trS-ii' VisltlSL- uniifhts cordially Invited. "" t. r. . . W' MEE. Grand Knltht. F P. Leonard. Recorder. ST. LOUJS COUNCIL. NO. S. MEETS EV- ,. '"'.i?1 .and tn'fd Tuesday at West aj Hall, southwest corner Finney and Vandevent.r avenues. Vlsitlnc knlghbj are cordially ij. ' FRANCIS B. RUNDER. Grand Knlfht. Joseph F. Lamy. Recorder. I.VDEI'EMJEST OKDBK ODD FEL LOWS. ANCHOR LODGE.' NO. Jr. I. O. O F meets every Monday evening at Schuette'i Hail. Nineteenth and Wright streets. Work In the degrees. VliUlni: brotnera welcome. ,, R. ONCKBN. N. G.. J946 Dodler. Ilavld Petty. Secretary. MALL OF ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 5 I. O. O. v. A special meeting will be held to uay at 12:30 p. m., at the lodtte hall, for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. Richard Jones. All officers and mem bers are expected to attend. CHARLES II. HOVT, Noble Grand. Wallace McCargo. Secretary Pro Tem. W1LDEY LODGE. NO. !. I. O. O F meets Tuesday evening of each week at hsli No. 1, Odd Fellows' building, corner Ninth and Olive, dt $ o'clock. Visiting brothers In vited to attend. Reception to grand master. December S. O. A. IIIGGS. Jf. Q. A. J. Dalrymple, Secretary. IIOVAL AKCAXLM. GRAND COUNCIL MISSOURI. KOVAL Arcanum. 208-311 Holland Building A cordial vvelcome to visitor?, friends, bretortn and members from abroad. F. H. BACON. G. R. Jno. C. Kllllngsworth. Grand Secretary. VANDEVBNTER COUNCU NO, 1235. R. A., meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Marten's Hall. Chouteau and Manchester avenues. Visitors cordially Invited to attend. CHAS. II. BALL. Regent. Thos. J. McCormack. Secretary. ' TO CONTINUE CURTAILMENT. Ore Companies Will Restrict tlie Output ii Week Longer. ri;i'urlio srcciAL. Joplin. JIo.. Dec. 6. Tlie shut-down of the last two weeks lias resulted In re ducing the stock on hand In the bins of the producers by about 3,000 tons, still leaving an accumulation of some 4.XO tons. At the meeting of producers this week it was decided to extend the policy of restricting the output at least one week longer. The general sentiment was In favor of two weeks, but specific action was taken only on one week. The movement to curtail the output is having the beneficial effect of le.senlne .tlie icserve stock, but the purchasing agents assert that no amount of restric tion will advance the price of zinc ore until there aru hopes of something better in the spelter market. Willi the United States Steel Corpora tion, consumer of over half the spelter produced in tlie United States, entirely out of the market, the smelter men assert that. there is no prospect of an immediate rise In tin; price of the ore. It has been charged by some that the curtailment was a voluntary movement on the part of the producers to secure higher prices. Of course, such an end was hoped for, but there are three phases to the'sltu atlon. Certain mines are shut down be cause at the present price they will not Vay to operate. Certain other mines are shut down because the owners have as large stocks on hand a3 they cure to car ry until a sale can be effected. A certain other class, owning the liest mines, are llrm believers that a sufficient restriction of the output will liiins about higher prices, and they prefer to wait for the advance rather than cut out the ore re serves In the ground while the margin of profit is so small. The highest ptlce for zinc the last week was PA per ton and the assay basis ranged from Jib to CI per ton of CO per cent zinc. Lead was llrm at W per ton. A year ago zinc so'.d at !. and lend at J.7J per ton. Following are the shipments of zinc and lead ore by the companies and Individuals owning land or first leases in the various camps of the'Joplin district for the week ending December S: JOPLI.v Zinc. .-77,M 38I.SM 31MJ') 111. CIV 1IS.1G0 li,H0 C0.3M 49.290 sl.Cti) sr,.i:i .9M :.:tti "fi.TCi) r.7iii .-.'.410 11.33o 13.3UI 19.IS1 ir..;io I2.3:i 11.4) !.3:tii ."i 02O 4.01 3.1il'l I'.tCO Lead. ti.47u 26.1i) 3.10 IS.GOO ti'J,570 trnited y.lnc Companies tlrnnliy .M. & S. CI Continental Zinc Co Wolcott-Hairil land Missouri L. rfc X. t'o I'lymuuth Rock Minim; Co. . Adirondack Alining Co Cunningham land Rmplrc R'Jirrve rower & Co.. Hultona Mlnluir t'n, John Jackson Mining Co llrvnold.s & Co Truesdnle Mining ;o Clark & ralnter Repulillc .. & L. Co Clinton Mining Co Superior Mining Co Nemo Mining Co. Ilcnua Mining Co , U. Ik I. Mlnlnc Co Joplin ProspecllnB Co Dlnkellilhler lease MniwaMilt L. & X. Co Consolldnteil Mining Co , Roh Rov Mlnlnc Co. Itcx M. & s. Co , Rruirlnc Sprincs L. & M. Co... South .loplln Mlnlntr Co New Hop Mlnlnu Co Kelly Purifier Co Joplin Separating Co L. It. Jones land McKIMieti land Ttlad Mlnlrg Co Richer land North Heights Co UticlaAKliled sates 4.460 PI.7.W S.CIO 17.110 lJ.Sli) 14.330 11.0S0 CJM .:) 4.7W S.IM 4.lt.,0 31.710 21.7W Total sales 2.348,340 311.71 Values Zinc. S3.1.9I: lead, 13.330. Total. 143.- 40. WKim CITV AND CARTKRVILLE. Bleventh Hour Mining Co 1H.131 S6.) American Z.. I. S. Co ns.OB) 46,-ai Center Creek Mining Co 138.(W0 15.70) Majestic Minlmr m llCMt Mltsourl Zinc Melds CO 103.310 JUKI II. ttatnmon lease 81.010 2,loo Hotlieftiad Zlne Co 68. 4.1) Portland Z. & L. Mining Co... e4.rT0 Regan laud 43,810 Thtrty-iiiciit .aiming uo 43,300 Itonanziv Mining Co Perry & Co Osage Mining l?u Tlirce-to-Ono Mining Co Total sale. 907,010 33I.0IJ ValuesZinc. J14.4.w; lead, JS.010. Total, ?20, 465. DCENWEG. S. Duffield Mitchell land 1:7.10 Underwriters' Mining Co 64.280 Xormorthy & Kelso 20.SG0 Porto Rlcn Jllnlng Co Stevison Si Moore Leo. Jt. lease Boston-Ducnweg Mining Co Old Colony Zinc Co JI. &. D. Jllnlng Co., Total sale" 342.330 Values-ZInc, 3,G3-i: lead. 11.330. Total, ZINC1TK. Liverpool Jllnlng Co 71.7S1 Ualev- Hell Jllnlng Co 61,310 Underwood Mining Co 61,150 riorence O. Jllnlng Co 35.180 Terklns Zlne Co I8.S20 Lincoln Mlnlne Co 1,420 East Hollow Mining Co S.970 4.550 Total sales -. 250,2) s.x Values .tnc, ..?,u: lean. sfi... AVKNTWORTH, Meteor Jllnlng O Total, J3,370. 41,1'M value .inc. ,... OALENA-BSIPIRE. G. C. Jlonlux 6S.270 Jlunoiy. I'Tiei co ". KENRICK COUNCIL. NO. 686, KNIGHTS .i..ColuInuus. meets even- second and loui ti Wednesday at Rose Hill Hall. No. t)T Mnpio avenue. VlaitlnK Iniichts always wel come. JOHN PAUL CIIRW. lJrn,l tfi?. OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT. "atterns TEN CENTS EACH AH Patterns. 111 fi$Kmmm$r I In 8495-IXFANT One size. r - ,, Baby Poll's Set, Xo. 8IS5-Fashions in the doll world clianso abqut once a year, and that Is around Christmas time, when all new dolls and munv, otd ones are pro vided with outfits for the.eomlng year. The illustration showsji set of patterns for a baby doll which are Included In the one number. 8133. No. 1 Is made of white" flannel and ad justed with shoulder seams only. The neck Is completed with a turnrdovvn collar, and the sucque drawn together with pale blue satin ribbons. The pl.i'irf sleeves have slight fullness on the snbfitders. Tho ontlra garment is prettily embroidered around tho edges with pale blue' silk. No. 2 Is a slip of white nainsook trimmed with Valenciennes lace.the fullness at the neck is gathered In to fit, nnd arranged on a piece of tape, whlch.ia finished with a narrow ruffle. The lower.-edge la turned up in a deep hem and fucked In clusters which are separated by a band of Inre. The one-piece sleeves tire 'tucked at the lower edge. The slip fastens In the back witn small pearl buttons'.. . Fig. 3 Is a long, petticoat! of French cam- j brlc. It Is gathered at tfie' upper edge and j miiiii-u uu iiiu iiiuim UUM . VIJ1IV.II ciufv- ln the back with btittonsTand buttonholes. A ruffle of embroidery iir6und tho bottom Is surmounted by severaFtUcks. No. 4. This dainty long coat Is made of white Henrietta, and t jnay be lined throughout with satin or finished with an invisible hem. and onlyhctcape lined. It Is made with a shallow -yoke, to which the full skirt is attache.. The neck is completed with a rolllnicollar. The cape Is gathered nnd arranged, on the collar. The bishop.sleev.es are shaped with inside, seams only, andjthe fullness at the lovve edgo adjusted on th" naffpw wristband. Hand embroidery in heavy silk is used to finish collar, cape and waistbands. Any desired materials 'jngy he used for these garments, but the ones suggested are very appropriate, t, ,' To make No. 1 designrvfill require one half yard of twenty-seven-inch material. No. 2 design will requircturie yard of tltlr-ty-six-lnch material. No. 3 design will re quire three-quarters yard of thirty-six-inch mntcrlnl. and No. -sdeslEn will re quire one yard of thirtyrsix-inch material. The pattern. No. 8t85. ft cut In one size. l' ns-incn nouy. Ijidy Doll's Pet, No. SSSl At this season of the year much excitement prevails among tho younger meteut? of tho family In anticipation of the'llolilay festivities. Fashions in dolMand charqte once a year, and thnt Is around Christmas time. New dolls must he dressed. ir.Uie lastest style and -old ones are oftenXpttseuted with a chango of outfits. In order lhat they may associate with the moreJJe&nt comers. The illustration showva set of.garments for a lady doll. Including waist, skirt nnd coat. The dreSs Is .ra(e of pale blue polka-dot foulard, withyrhlte lace trim mings. . sji . Tlie blouse is simply adjusted with shoulder and underarm seam.". The back Is plain across the shoulders and has slight fullness at the waist. In front two tucks are arranged on each j shoulder and stitched down about half way," The clos ing it made In doublo-l-enstcd style, the right side fastening Invisibly on the left, under a band of lace. , , A nlain lace collar completes the nock. The sleeves are one-pierc bishop mudeis. gathered at the lower. edge and finished with narrow wristbands. .' rf The skirt is of circnj.ir Miaplng. It closes in tho center back'mder two invert ed plaits, that nre flatly.pr!ssed. Tlie pat tern is given full lengtu.'.and the flounce may either be applied 5r the skirt made plain, as prefetrid. . Th" flounce is narrow In front, and grad uates to quite a depth, iff, tlie bade It flares well nt the lower. Alge. Hands of lace finish tho upper, ana lower part ot flounce. 'V j Dark-blue velvet mid .all-over lace aro employed In tlie Monte-(Carlo coal. It is adjusted with shauldervfand undemini seams and closes in donUlif-brcasted style. The fronts are deeply ,vutderfaced 'with lace, and turned back toitke revers that meet the rolling cape tdlfar iu notches. rJW Clara IjuI .!.. 47,7I' 41.9T.I 3V7M 3S.36I Ss.i 33.6M l.:f?l K,Wt 14.3VI 7.lil ll.lijo 4l5ii Squires ft Gelsslnger ?.. 3.an iiaw a: v o vw. J. M. l'ollard 31. CO Rlddell laud .!.. T. S. Hayton vvyanuotte V. W. I'. Clement : V. 11. Stone Noitheastem 2lnc Corp" McNeill Jt. Co l.'jr) :.7:) ett 3: J. II. Smith !.... llattieueid v" Noble. Donahue & Co Hacker 7.. &. L. Jt. Co tVutlulde M. ; JI. Co :.."! O.'.'VO I'J.TO.) 1I.7W 14.1'0 lij'il H.fUO 6.370 rei 1.M0 1S.3C0 118.JM J9.M3. John I'aice stone, rinson & ltauam. ...... 3. L. Phillips ..vfj. II II. ucckwlth & CO.....V..... Ronunza ;......ss... unclassiued sales ,..... Sl.sW r..l.,1 sales 4S3.1H Values-Zinc. KSO: leudJ3.ij?;. Total. HAVE SPRINGS. CAVi; SPRINGS ihLenir Mlnins: Co Oliver Mlll-r Bunco Mining Co , 2.1CI Total soles 4..T... 134.640 3.8-V Valu-s-Zlnc. 1,W: leudoJIO". Total, JI.SU. iiiivitfrfr Piacuck Valley JI. Co. ..I. J... 1,I' Value Zinc. $1,625. ,-i ALUA ANDjEtCIC. Red Fox, Mining Co &... 27rt.p;o Harden Mitilnar Co .'.... a.' ;;', Eclipse Jllnlng Co .03) 23.L0 Grey Eagle Jllnlng Co ...vj... Ji.iJ Total sales .1... 643.SH 33.170 Values-Zinc. 13.655; leadyl''J0. Total. 519.0L. I'ltOSPEIllTV. Katy :. Minlmr Co 41.."-" McKlnley Mining Co -.'. Sweet Violet Mining Co. ...t Plutocrat Jllnlng Co ....;.... Lima Jllnlng Co - ..i .ni.. ... - 78.9?) 2S.II0 J'J.tJ' ;.t,'i) 4.SJ0 3.f70 VatnesZInc."il.lM: levdv 11.610. Total. 2,sr.. OIIONOUU. J Tofa Jllrlng Co..... -.... M.sJ .. tJ- 3tn .Inn. fl, -.... ITI.UI'I 5,110 VJuo 10.110 51.830. 1.4'J0 15.'0 23,'r'c) 29.OJ0 Jjuriimr J."t '. w . HUdsorji CO. Tctut sales .. ..........- 103.931) Valu-Zinc. '"'jJ193" 'rott" Easy Street Jllnlng co....r.... . Knoxal Jllnlng Co .... 1.S; Uesf llraiich Vines l",! Oeorgla Jllnln Co -r St. Paul Mining Co.... " Alta Mining Co J. Total sales '.. 60.5J) . 100.770 Value "zinc, (jjj?'5- TotI"' r-w- Troun-JIlKnorette mine .....'. I,7I0 .' Hudson Mining Co .-. 136.wr) Total sales .......... . 327,510 ON. . 101.610 . 62.670 . 161.280 ...167,650 9.150 22.740 Values zinc, -i.-i'. .. CARL jciferioN Oxford Jtinlng Co. Ishpemlng Mining Co r.y. Total sales :";... Values Zinc, J3..10. . -. JIITCHEfiL Utility Jllnintr Co. .V... S. & S. .Mining Co .... n.mt sale.. 167.650 22.110 IS.."). Values zinc, S..01.,: le.m. sx-,. lotai, URANBV. Cranby JI. S.Co R 22V0O Zinc. J2.360: lead. 1.070f 'Total. 13.130. DISTItrtT. 4I,0J Ivst week r.....6.232.M0 Vdlnes Zinc. 193.230: lad. 125.375. !7.-K Total, 1119.60.,. j- rorty-nlne week" -.... .416.017.280 33,973. .80 Valltni-rZlne. fi,50O,45i): Mead. Jl,f,3.3C5. Total. P.O13.J50. a DOLLS' SET. IU In. bodv. The sleeves are shaped with inside seam?. Thcv fit the. upper arm closely and flare in wide bells at the wrist. Tlie outfit may be made of pieces found In the family bag. where parts ot all gar ments made at home are kept, ofthe ma terials purchased especially for the pur pose. 8821-LADY LXDLL-S SET. One size, 16 inch'hodjr. To make the dress will require on; and one-quarter yards of twenty-two-inch ma terial, and to make the coat will require three-eighths of a yard of twenty-two-lnch material, with three-eighths of a yard of all-over lace. Teh pattern. No. SS21. is cut In one size, 15-inch body. The Ilepobllc'n Order Blank for Abore Pattern. Be sure nnd fill in your correct post oillce address. Send 10 cents (one silver dime) to The Republic Pattern Department. Republic building, and Inclone this blank, prop erly filled out with your name and ad dress for each pattern ordered. If botlt patterns are wanted send 20 cents No. S821. Lady Doll's Set. Price 10 cents. One size only. No. SJ5.". Baby Doll's Set. Price 10 cents. One size only. Name Post office...... Street and No State -. SAYS GREAT BRITAIN MUST ACQUIRE THIBET. l'ule Surli Action Is) Taken. Pro fensor Vaiiibcry IlfllevM Eng land Will l.o.e India. Vienna, Dee. C Professor Vamlery, In an article lit Die Zeit, on the possibility that the British expedition to Thibet will lead to international complications, de clares that Oreat Britain must acquire Thibet, unless she wishes to lose India. EXPECT PROFIT OF $25,000. St. Auu's l!;i.;iiii- Receipts IMjiv I!e Cuiiutcd To-Day. The festive appearance of the Coliseum has almost disappeared, workmen having removed yesterday most of the booths which served to muke the pretty picture which th St. Ann's charity bazaar pre sented last week. The Saturday receipts of the bazaar have not been counted, and the net profits of the enterprise will not be known until the Executive Committee meets this afternoon and makes Its report. It Is believed, however, that oflcr nil expenses have been paid at least 25. 'fh will be given to the sisters of St. Ann s ao the proceeds of the week's bazaar, which was) tho most successful, wilh possibly one exception, ever given in St. Louis. Tho member.! of the committee aro elated over the s'fjeess of the enterprise, the patronage having exceeded their greatest expectation;?. Jkwlll require a fund of JEWO.OuO to com plete the new asylum, which St. Ann's Association will erect at Page avenue and Union boulevard. The charity bazaar Is only the beginning of a movement for the collection of a big fund. 'CAR STRIKES MILK WAGON. Driver Frank Robben Sustains Fracture of Hip. Frank Robben suffered a fracture of thi hip when a Suburban ear struck and up set his wagon at the Intersection of the Suburban tracks and Pendleton avenue, early yesterday morning. Thu contents of several milk vessels, including cream and butter, valued at KJ, was spilled on tho' stret-t. x ICubben was removed tn the ofllce of Doctor A. Ambrose-, uf SI25 Bartmer av nue, whero his Injuries, wero treated. He was th'-n conveyed to bis bom. No. J108 Magnolia avenue. His condition Is not ctnsidercd serious. 1 14 III f am f ;l I 1 m 4-Ml i '511 r - 9 1 4b X V .i.ar.,,-J..-'iy twiiatitegaitiBMt 3VtV i.1. -r i l-J7J,Vst vrf&aim88&mB!SSiBSsm .? rufn- - w--, . . '!