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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, 1904.
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, . THE annual meeting of tin" stockholJerii of
Oe BUga Iron Stor Co lor th- election of di
rectors to serve Ur en-Jlng ear will lie held
at the offloe of the conpany January 4 19v4,
at U o'clock iu m C. R. 11LAKE. President.
r. P. Conant, hecretarj.
THE annual metlng of the ttockholders of
the Merchants-I-nclede Notional Bank of St.
.Louis, for the eltctlon of tnenty-cne directors
to oene during the ensuing ear. iyl.1 be rem
u Its banking room, rourth and -Olive streets.
Banuary li HQL Polls onen I ro-n 1C a m. to
1 p. m. GEO. E. HOFFMAN.
Cashier.
STOCKHvLDKlts' MEETING The annual
meeting of the a ociholdas cf Grotc l'alnt com.
Cany for the election of three d'recior. V
rnt during the nsulng fr. will b he'd at
office of the co.np.uiy. e1 N'orth Mali street.
Bt. Louis. Mo.. Januarv 11. 1304 at 5 P m.
h. I.-. ;ltOTE. President.
Attest; D A. Crete. Secrelao
STOCKHOLDERS- MEETING The annual
rneetlnr: of the MocUioIders of the Hremn
liankof St. Louis fcr the election of set en ((
ilrectors to swie during the ensuing year will
t- held at its binklrg-rooms. Vm N. Broadwaj.
on January 3. l?jl. 1'oIN otn from a a. m. to
8 P. m r. IV. I'RANGE. President.
vi. ii j.ener. ensnier.
ELECTION' Xutl.-e BTUmen's Bank. St.
Tnula. Mo. Dec. 20. 1501 Stockholders r
hereby notified that an e!ct!on f"r eleven di
rector of the bank, to re the cnsuln var.
sri'l be hll at llw banking-house on Vcnda).
the eleventh my of January. l'-Ot. Polia .pen
rom 3 o'clooc a- m to 1 p. m.
II. J LAC1CI.AND. Tre-Uent.
SVIIIlam H Tliem-m. fcerrrtary.
ETOCKHOI.D'-.KS- Jl'.BTINn The annual
meeting of the nloekholders of the North ,.
,m Savings Balk if St. Louis. Mo. for the
selection of elcrvii directors to aerie for Jn
ensuing -ar. will bo lirld at Itn "a?.k'n;
room. southst rurner Fouttenln and Norm
StarJet streets on January 12. 1501. polls open
from lj a. in to 2 V tn.
AIJOUVT II. IIOrrMAK. President.
K. A. Oltemler. Secretary.
ANNUAL MoeklioMers- Meetlrg-Mound City
Roofing Tile Co. M. Louis. Mo. Notice is
hereby given that the annual meeting of the
tockliolder of this crmpuiiy will lie held at
room -M Rolen building, on Thur-dav. the
twentr-flm dav of January. 190. between the
hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 2 o'clock p. ra..
Tor th purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing ymi. and inv other business which
may come tip. j:y crder of the lioard.
W. P U RATI I i-creta .
KTOCKllOIJlERb MEETING The annual
meeting cf th ftockho'ders of the American
Arithmometer Company for the election of Ave
fl) direct ry. to ferr! during the ensuing car.
find for the trinejctlon of i.ucli other buMnes
e mav proprly eome before the meeting, will
be held at lb- offlee of the ompany. 2100 Wah
ft.. Ht. IvitiI. Mil. on the clecnth day of
January 1501. nt ! a. m.
JOSEPH TOTER. President.
Atteet: B. O Chapman. Secretary.
St. I.ou!e. Mo . December 21. 1X3
STOCKIIOLnEn' MECTING-OfHce of the
PIrcar J-Kkev Club Election Notice The reg
ular annuil elettln for the purpo of electing
director for the Delmar Jo-'key Club, to sene
during the enduing yiar. ttMI be heirt en .s
tlav. the fifth dav of January. 1J04. at the
office of the club. No. 200 North Fourth street,
St. Iiula. Mo. Poll open from 3 a. m. to
2 o'clock p. m. ...
ISUHS E. DENNIG. President.
Joeeph E. Martin scretarv and Trcasuree.
ht. L"nl Mo.. D-c. 3. 103.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice Is here
by gien that the annual meeting of the stock
holders of The Ruemmell-Dawley Manufactur
ing Company, for the election of directors and
the transaction of such other bunlnewt as may
coma before It. will be held at the office of the
company. No. Z&0 Chouteau nenue. St. Louis.
Ma. on Tuesday, the 12th day of January. 19v4.
frt the hour of ! o'clock a m.
THE RUEMMELI-DAWLEr MFG. CO.,
Per C. W. DAWLEV. Vice President.
H. 8urber. Secretary and Treasurer.
SrrOCKHOLDliKS' liEEalNG Ihe annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Mechanics'
Planing Mill Company fur the election of thir
teen directors and for the transaction of such
other business as may come before the meet
ing will be held at the office of the company,
?.'o. ;;c N. Broadway, In tha city of St. Iul".
Jdo., on the eleventh day of January, U44. at
Xhe hour of 9 o'clock a. m.
It. SCHOLTE. President.
Wm. Lanfersieck. Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The annual
meeting; of the stockholders of the Watts Engi
neering Company for the election of three di
rectors to Kne during the ensuing year and
for the transaction cf such ether buslneu as
may properly come before the meeting will
be heid at the offico cf the company, room N
KA Iiouser building. St. Loul. Mo., bstween
.the hours of a. m. and 3 p. rn. on tlie sev
enth day of January, IJ04.
brLVESTER WATTS. President.
Attest: Albert It. bmyth. Secretary.
St. Louis. December IE. 1303.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Southern
Oommerciai and Savings Bank, for the elec
tion of nine (? directors, to servo during th
ensuing year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come before
the meeting, will be held at the bank. St.
Xioula, St&te of Missouri, en the eleventh day of
January, ISM. Polls opes from o'clock a. m.
so 12 m.
FRANK TV. FETP3RBACHER. President.
Attest: W. A. Kacimerer. secretary.
SL Louis. December 21. 1303.
STOCKHOLDERS MeeUng A meetisg of
the stockholders of the Fruln-Bambtlck Con
atrnctlon Co. will bs held at its office, 721 Olive
at., room 90S, In the City of at. Louis. M0l. ,on
the eloventh day of January. I90C between the
hours of 9 o'clock. &. m. and 12 o'clock m. 'of
that day. for the purposs of electing three di
rectors for ths ensnlng year and ths transac
tion of such business as mar Im brought
before the meeting. W. H. SWIiT. President.
- Chas. Glessow, Becretary.
t?t. Lonlt. January X lSOI.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Notice Is here
by gll en that there will be a meeting cf the
stockholders of the blmmons Hardware Com
pany at Its office at the southwest corner of
-;inth and Spruce streets, in the city cf St.
Louis, Mo , at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., on
Monday, January 1. A.i D. 19M, ror the purposo
of electing directors to servo for the ensuing
yesr. and the transaction ot such other and
furtner business na may properl) come before
the meeting. Polls will be open at 3 o'clock
a. m. and closed at 12 o'clock m. of that day.
W. D. SIMMONS. President.
A. TV. Douglas. Secretary.
NOTICD to Stockholders The regular annual
meeting of the stockholders of the St. Louis
Transfer Company will b" held at the cfOce
of the company In this city, commencing at 3
o'clock a. nu, and continuing until 12 o'clock
noon, on Wednesday, the twentieth day of
Jacuarj.. MM. for the ourpoe of electing eight
18) directors nnd'the transactlcn of such other
business as may be presented. In accordance
with 'the by-laws of the company, the transfer
books will In closed from January 13, 1304. to
the last above-mentioned dnte.
G. J. TANSET.
President and General Manager.
G R. Walls. Secretary and Treasurer.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETIN'a-Offlce of the
interstate Pand and Car Tranfer Company.
St. Louis, lln . Dec. 3. 1MX The annual meet
ing of the stockholders of the In
terstate Sand and Car Transfer Com
pany will be held at the cf.1ce
ot the company In the Security bMg . southwest
omr of Locust nnl Fourth sts . IH. Louis.
Mo., on Wednesdav tho 12th dav ot Jan.. 1904.
Xor the election of Ave directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and for the transaction of
such other and further business as may prop
erly como before the meeting. The polls will
b open at 3 a. m. and close at 12 noon on
SSld day. W. K. 1CAVANAUGH.
J. E. Galhright. Secretary. President.
DniDCVD .NOTICES.
isssali,ails,-zsWSsilssiisIsli
DIVIDEND NOTICE-Ornce of North West
ern Savings Bank, toutheast corner Four
teenth and North Market streeti. ht. Icon's.
Mo.. December 31. IMS. At a mectlnir of the
Bonrd of Directors of this tank. heM this
day. a semiannual dhldcnd of 4 ier cent was
declared, payable en demand
R. A. OOnRNTCR. Cashier.
DIVIDEND NOT1CK Ofllee of the Jefferson
Hank. St. lunula. Mo.. Dec 31. 1M3 At a meeting-
of the Board of Dlrectprn of the JciTeron
Ttank. held pn UedneFda, Deeember 23 tho
remilar Quarterly illvldend cf J2 00 per chare
was ileclcred uajablo to stockholders cf record
JanuarVL 1W4 W. E. IJEKGEIl. Cashier.
JFKICIi German American IJank. Founh and
JFranklln A"nue. sl Iui. Mo.. Uw to. iul.
At a special meetlnfr of the JlDard of Directors
held this day. a semiannual dividend of rr
ttare was declared, najable Jam-dry 2. 19-31.
C 12. KIllCIIEK, Cashier.
I-OST AD FOUND.
UltACELET I-ost. cold bracelet encrared n
Return to ltarre general office and rcceie re
gard. C0It,AltETTi:--L06t. at OIxnnlc Theater,
New Year! matinee, otter collarette. Finder
call tip Mui.ger. It ridge 1245
COMU-Lint. black comb set with Tarls,
tro promerf mlbdinfr. Regard. -222 Morgan.
DOG iAKt. bt Uernard dop; name. Caesar;
jiame on collar. P. sS. Tels. Ashland ave. Ke
turn to 42S1 Cook.
, DOG Ism a nhit pointer, with llver-col-lored
rpels; female. VT jear old: answers to
thc name of Queen. lJlcral reward If re
turned to L. -V. tfeitr. 736 S Fourth.
FOUND Harris i new store, where they sell
bst sho-i In St. Loula for U. 407 N Sixth Ft,
HAS a Polar Bear cold feet? No. if be wears
31arfif Polar Calf shoes. 407 N. Sixth st.
f KJCYS Ijost, burch of keys, with chain, on
naehtncton ave. car. Reward If returned to
gtt9 Lucas.
I KEY Lon. between ZJd) to 420Q S. Broadway
sand ilvrr fiont and TVinnebairo ajid Mrramec.
tmaU flat irtel Key attacned to lonr brass
chain. Finder return to Frlcke-llahu Vtus Co.,
3SC-0 H. Broadway. Hewanl, JPX
SPECTA-CLK"s!. ETC. lo3t. dnedav. near
Taylor and Ixlmar. cold spectscles. HClssors
and thimble. Ileturn to 4113 Delmar and set
reward
JjTAilVS IL on Thursday afternoon, post
age stamps between Courthcuse and Post Of
fice, liberal rerard If returned to 4375 Delmar.
WATCH CHARM lost: a suitable reward
win ho paid to a Bold Royal Arcanum watch
rharro; naxno en one side. r. W. Dustln, 2334
0
ISFOKMATIOX WASTED.
l.wwwix.-.,,eeeiWffes
INFORMATION WANTED Information Is
wanteil ns- to tho nresent whereabouts of
Charley. Ccrrle. wlio disappeared from Ills heme
tn u-tm!r countt IlLnols. December 8. 1302.
i: jlr. CorrlM Is a mtu of Ee: h Is 5 feet 10
?X Wcl.es In heijht, weighs 10 or JTO jwunds. has
S "dartr complexion. Mmi ejes and irrsy hair and
D.-hcnrd. He l a mechanic and may be working
, - ii.-- ,. indntria nt. mil hlnlKt (rnilet
iL liberal rewaid will be paid rcr Information
L? , leadlnK his whercaUuts. Mr. Corrle is not
Q wanted for a crime, and we do not desire tliat
x lie be taken Into cukouv. wnen ne is ruuna
. notlfr roe by wire. Felix Jackson, bherlff.
nusnui.e. in. ,
ai ".WANTKn-Th address of James Harrison
sjf htandtfer. by bis undo, Samuel Hunt Wean-.
iff hleau, ilo.
SITUATIOS WAVrED-FEMALE.
CASHIER Refined jounc woman would like
losltion ns cashier or cloak model; best refer
ences. TH J4. Republic
COOK ituitlon by t-trony woman with little
Rlrl; good cock. 3330 OlUe.
COOK AND WAITRESS Situation by first
clues rnok: also by waitress: both thoroufflily
trained. 3t06 Flnnev a.e.
COOK-situation by Rood colored cook. In
Wt End familv of two or throe; best city
rererem-e. 711 N. fcixtienth st. .
DRESSMAKER smi4t.cn bv exprlenced
dressmuker and deiener would like irorp en
arapement( In families? J2.2S. Address H04 West
EnI plioe. .
HOL'irFjlRl-Cjerman cirl desire position to
do housework. 238 S. VandeventT nc.
HOL'SIT.IIU, WANTED Olrl for gen-ral
hounewnrk: small fanitlj 3C: Russell ae.
IIOUfEKEEPER-SItuat'on by ioun lady
ai houi-ekeeper in boardlnR or rooming1 house,
I. 60 Eat Uroadwav. liist St. IouIh.
HOUSEKEEPER Situation by refined, trust
worthy woman ai bui!ekrepcr; neat and capable
of doinran kind of work: ben references. Ad
dreie Mrs Isouls. Kirk wood. Mo
HOOTJMAID Situation by thoroughly com
petent lousemald; lyt reference. 1. K.. con
ent. Ti-nt-sc.ind and Morgan st.
IIOUSKKEEI'FII Young colored widow would
like to eep house for some lcheIor or widow
er ApimV after J-inuars 1 1502 Clark ae.
LAL'Mii.K.S'v-ljes first-class work: desires
to co out by day or week. CM 24. Republic
MANAGER Situation by refined, s'nnlo lidyi
manijrer first-cla tsuanllm; or roominc hou ;
reference. S22 Bauch ac. East St. Ijouis.
SEAMSTRESS Sltuatlcn by first-class dress
maker to take werls home: plain and fancy
sou Jut bos walti etc Room 5. 2125 Ome.
STENOGRVPHPR Position as stenographer
by a joun ladj ; three jearn' experience; salary
$00: rfcrencts CI. l&l. Republic
STENOGRAPHER Situation by rellabl
young lady stenographer and tj-pertter; will
start en email salary Address 3427 Henriet
ta st.
STENOGRAPHER Situation by experienced
lady stonopraphrr and assistant bookkep-sr;
No. 1 reference.. Address Miss B.. S13 N
Elchth St.. East St Eoul. 111. -
WORK Situation bv a colored woman to
clean office. 122i Gav nt.
STOVE REPAIRS.
A. G. BRAUCR. 116-313 N THIRD BT.
SITUATIONS W'AnTTED M ALE
ASSISTANT Young nuin. recently admitted
to the bir, wants position as assistant to law
yer with established practice pood references;
nonet and energetic CK 10. Republic.
BARBER Barber wants steady Job: two
year" Jutual experience; no bad habits. CM 22,
Republic. ,
BERBER First-class barber: single man: fif
teen ears experience; wants Job in country; at
once. CM 14, Republic.
BOOKKEEPER Position by a reliable com
petent bookkeeper: best of references. CM 17.
Republic.
CARPJCNTER Position by a jounit roan;
with fcr ears' exrtrlence; willing to work
reasonable. CL. TO. Republic.
CLERK Position as clerk by a young man.
17 ears of age. where thre would be oppor
tunity for advancement. CM 12, Republic
COOK Situation bv competent cook In hotel
or boarding-house. CM 6. Republic
COOK WANTED Allround German; (rood on
Otters and lunch. CM IS. Republic.
DRUGGIST Situation by druggist. Austrian;
six years" experience laboratory; erpert liquor
essences reliable; will work for moderate sal
ary. CM 23. Republic
FIREMAN Situation by fireman; understands
All class of boilers. Wm. Y.'llson. S14 Market.
HOUSEMAN Situation by sober colored man
as houseman or stableman; blngi. 3S27 Del
mar, rear.
STENOGRAPHER Ccmpetent young man, 25,
Remtnfiton operator, at present emrloycd. de
sires to change January 1. CO 47. Republic.
STUDENT Young man student wants any
kind of work: odd hoars; three full clays in
week. CI 14.. Republic
WORK Situation by young man In law office.
CL 144. Republic
WORK Young man. night school student,
wishes work during day at small salary. CM
13. Republic.
WORK Situation by honest reliable younr
man not afraid of work; best references. CL
13. Rppjbllc
WORK Position by joune man. Juit arrived
In city; willing to work; fits to most any Job.
CM 21, Republic.
WORK By young man. eager to learn prlnt-tn-
trad, situation of any kind with some
printing hone. CL 12tf. Republic.
WORK IoU! with magazine cr Journal;
thoroughly experienced advents ng man; Al ref
erences Addres R.. 3011 Morgan st.
WORK Position with bona-fide company to
sell stock; widely acquainted among capltaLsts;
Al referinces. Address A.. 3041 Morgan.
WORK Bright young man. was employed at
Paris World's Tair: talks French. German,
English; can furnish references; wants posi
tion. CM 20. Republic
WORK Situation by a good all-around young
married man in furniture business or shade
hanger- has had een jara' eiperi'nce- am a
bt ranger In city. S. C I. 1123 N. Channlng.
WORK Married man, 40, eaperlenccd in busi
new. bookkeeper, salesman, wants situation: ac
cept moderate salary to begin: not afraid of
work; want work soon; good references. CL136,
Republic
TITE URTANT & STRATT TON' COT;Gn,
CnNTURT liUILDIXG. CORNER OLIVE AND
NINTH STS . Is open day and'nlght and Hrst
class Instruction Is given In bookkeeping, short
hand, tcliiaphv and the common school Ftudles.
Apply at the collece office. Bfth floor or Century
building. The winter term begins January .
HELI4 WASTED FEUALG.
Waltrraaea.
DININO-ROOM GIRL 'WANTED-Good dln-
Intr-rnom rlrl. 2615 OIU ..
WAlTItcS WANTCD
910 N. i?Uth St.
WAITRKS WANTED At once at restau
rant. 20c N. Ninth st
WAITItEfa'M--S WANTED Uxperfeneed wait
resses. The Breltllnc Restaurant, U N. Broad
way, upttalrs.
WAITRESSES WANTED South, Southwest.
West: J20 lioard. room; free pass. I.Kh's
AKency. 1(CG Century.
Tho Trade..
GIRI WANTED Eipericnced and lneipe
rlenced elrl In rtltchlnff-roora. Hamilton
Brown Shoe Co . Twmty-Ilrst and Vcuet sts
(illtl. WANTED Machine girl on en; ex
perienced: cooil place; pood waces. Call 2S57
Arsenal: Tower Grove or BMlefontalne cars.
OPERATORS WANTED-Operators on ladles'
muslin underwear; learners taken, paid while
learning. Sterline tile. Co. H21 Olive ft.
Clerks and Collectors,
WWMWVAAAAAAAAAAMM
CASHirn WANTED Rxnerienced cashier.
Tlie Breltling Restaurant, 411 N. Rroadway. up
ctalrs. OFFICEGIRL WANTKD Girl for office
work. Apply M. Cbhn, Twenty-third and Gra
tiot. Bookkeepers.
BOOKKFCPER WANTKD Lady bookkeep
e In retail grocery; must have experience, be
accurate and quick at 11 go res none other need
apply; state Ealary wanted. TA 2. Republic.
Garnet.
NURS1SGIRL WANTEDGIrl about 1C 3ears
old for -ure- 448 Fountain ac.
Stenoprapntera.
HAYWARD'S
Buslress and Shorthand CollcRt. r.3. 220 tn and
22 Odd Fellons' bulldlnr. Individual Icstructloi.
In hhortnand, Tyrx-wrltlnE. Uorltkeeplnc. ArUh
metic and Wntntinshln Phnne 75 Dav and nlcM
Jones & Henderson
Ilustnesf. College, Grand Avenue and Windsor
line (Opposite High School) Thorough tndl
v'du.il Instruction In shorthand, typewriting,
lHokkeeoing and all English branches: dob!-
tions procured Day. three months. J25; one
montn. w Aigm scnooi, v per monuu call
for caUlogue. Both phones
Board qf E43. Bide Opens Winter Term
Monday, January 4.
RUBIGAM SH3f.rHA?IO COLLEGE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR Y0DR8 U0IES.
VAR0L BUIIDIRQ. OLIVE ARD VAROEVERTER.
METR. COLLEGE OF LiW,
Washington Bank bulldlnp. We have classes In
every part of the course, from the beslnnlnr to
end. and a new class now beglnnlnc the worlc;
If you are Interested In the study of law, we
Invite you to spend a few erenlnrs la our
lecture-rooms.
SA
DRAUGHQN'S
Practical Buslnea College, corner Tenth and
Oli.e sta. W. 13 IIartock, Manager. Hart
cock's College merged Into Draughon's. now
the larjreet ana best -equipped Business College
In Ft. JLouIs, Incorporated, I3TO.O0H capital.
Fmirttnai bankers on Hoard of directors. Our
diploma means tvmcthlng. Individual instruc
tion; no classes. Shorthand. Bookkeeping.. Touch
Typewriting, Penmanship. Arithmetic, bpelUng.
etc 'Night School. J4 month; bctin anv time.
lM;Itloni procured, call or write for 160-paso
cataJcEc. Beth phones.
f .1
SITUATIONS WASTED FEMALE.
Hanif-rarlCi
II0U3RGIRL WANTED-Girt to do general
housework. S04 Elliot. .
IIOUbEGIHL WANTED Two pereons.
ply at once. 32 Clark.
AP-
i-jul hMiil.i vU il I A rlrl for house
work and nursing. -1131 Maryland.
HOUM3GIHL WANTKD Girl for general
housework. 4I6G Delmar boule-. ard.
GIIIL WANTCD-Vuung girl, white or col
ore.! for genera I work Mv3 Itnmond nve.
IIOUSCGIKL WANTED A c'rl to do general
housework. Apply 5'UO Maple.
HOUSLGIKL WANTED Girl for general
housework ro wathinf S6S3 Chippewa.
HOI SKGIHL WANTED Girl for general
housework: go homo at night I02 QH.
HOUbKGIRL WANTED White girl for gen
eral hirtiOTk. W7 N. I-eonard (Thlrt, -third).
IIOUSEGIKL WANTED S!rl for Tght hOUe
work In family of three adults: no wa-hing. CSt)
rage.
IiniSF5nTT. WAKTRTV-flirt tn do light
housework: one that can Bleep at home. 3M1
Olive.
HOUSCGIHL WANTED Girl for general
housework; good wages; email family. C1
Conk.
HOt'SPGlItL WANTED Girl for general
MJuework; family of two: good wages. 3UW
Eaftn.
II0UEG1HL WANTED Good girl for light
houwwork; no washing: must be neat, 1612
Markt t.
HOtJbEGIHL WANTED Good girl to do gen
eral hounork; no washing Call 2WM N.
Elghih m.
houwork; German preferred. 401 8. cond
pt. palnnn)
HOr.SIXSIUL WANTFD Girl for general
houwork; two In family: cod wages. 3T03
u rattan hi
HOUbEGIUL WANTED Competent .in to
do general housework; without laundry work.
530 Cm teg ne.
HOUhlXSIItl WANIED-Whlte girl to do
general housework; no washing; Kwd ages
43n Linden
HOUriDGIRL WANTED-Girl for general
housework, with or without ashlrg 3S0S
Cln eland ave
HOUbKGIRL WANTEIV- hlte pirl for gen
eral housework; small family; no children; good
home T Aubert ae
HOUbtrXSIUL WANTED Girl for general
housework: gioi! wages, no washing; mall
family. 4HS Maryland
HOUEGlRI. .- v cl nrl fur gen
eral houneworl; mtit b good took; 13 week.
A r pi v 101 N. Channlng ax
HOUSEGIIU-S WANTED Two hoUeg!r!-
Mtt.mer Uotrl. T104 PtnnsjlanU ae. Broad
wav or Tlellcfontaine car Fouth.
1IOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: good wage; small family: splendid
home Call 3033 Castleman a.e.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl to do
general housework; no wash'ng and ironing;
references required. SC2- Delmar ae.
HOUbEGIItL WANT"I-Good girl for gen
eral housework In board ing-Iiouse; good treat
mnt: gool wages. Call 3302 Chouteau.
IIOUSLGIHL WANTED Good girl for g-n-eral
housework: email family nlc treatment;
good wages; nice heme. 2335 Botanical.
HOUSKGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; small familj : kep man for outside
work: good wages; nice treatment. 1739 Penn
sylvania ae
IIOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; white or colored; good pay; good
home. 4516 Vernon are.; Page cars: one bock
wt of Taylor.
IIOrSBGIRL WANTED Experienced German
girl for general houFework: three in family;
without washing: no outside work good wages;
references E64S Cabnnne; phone I'orest 5MM
IIOUSEGIRL WANTED A German or an
American girl for general housew or:; must
understand cooking; family of three adults .
good wages and home for the right party 701A
Armand st.
Lanndremea.
GIRLS WANTEDTO work In mancle de
pa rtrnentI'ujTlshsLAundiZKCOlI
l-.AUNDr.ES3 WANTED
14. Market.
UAUNDRESS WANTL.D Colored Uundress
bv the week. 1!0 Locust st.
I.AUNDIU.SS WANTED Women to wash
and iron. Apply 512 Missouri ae.. East fat.
Lculs.
IUNI)RI2S WANTED Good laundress to
take wjfhlncr and lronlnir home, for small fam
11. IMSOJTU. .
LAUNDRESS WANTED Head laundrews to
tako charge of hotel work. Apply National Ho
tel. Eist Ht. Louie.
LAUNDRESS? ETC.. WANTED Two good
girls, cne for laundry, one for kitchen; good
girl shall rccel J18 1217 N. Jefferson.
rAUNDREh WANTE13 Whftfe wcnian for
plain laundry work by the month: wages $25;
come prepared to work. 110 Ts Ballvlere.
Coolca
COOK WANTED Applr 8H Washington.
E a Wolff.
SECOND COOK WANTED Wh It- woman, at
once: good wacts 2221 OHe.
cook. era. wanted-cooic. jm; gin for
general work. J1S 3V6 I inney ae
IX0K WANTED Girl to do plain cooklnff and
aMet with housework- 5024 Raymond a.e.
COOK WANTED Girl to ossit In cookinr
ard general houwork. Call at once CK6 Olive.
COOK WANTED Experienced woman: din
ner and ehort order. Union Bakery. 1113 Frank
lin ac.
Dreiamakcri and Senmstrewei.
GTRILS WANTED Good machine hands1 for
sewing coats. 3317 S. Broadway.
BIlMccllaneuaa.
COIYIHTS WANTE1-Girls to do nlain codt-
Ing Call at room 6 second floor, I-aclede
building. Fourth and Clle sts.
DISHWAbllER WANTED A woman dish
washer; SJ week. 33K Market.
DIbHWASHER WANTED Woman dHh
wnsher at once at restaurant. 2W N. Ninth at.
1USIIWASIIERS WANTED Women to wah
dishes; white and colored: $4 per week. 716
Oile ct.. up-talr. nxt door to Dellcates-.'n.
GIRLS WANTE1-Neat girls. 15 jears old
cr oer. Porrilrs Laundry. 212S Olive at.
GIRL WANTED Neat, willing young girl to
do cleaning; $1 pr week; no night or Sunday
work. Mary Institute. Lake and McIheison.
IADIE-v Home work; stamping novelties; JS,
12 week!-, ; outfits free. R 409. Holland bldg.
KITCHEN GIRL WANTED-Glrl fo kitch
en work In restaurant; ?5 per week. 435S Del
mar. LADIES Steady home work, stamping; $3 to
$1? week; material furnished. 721 Olive, room
42L
LADIES Stamping World's Fair rouvenlrs.
also camaisers aim agent- to sell: good pay.
Room 1207 Clfmlcal bulldlnr. 721 Oll.e.
SCRUBWOMAN VANTFI Woman to scrub ;
short hours; good pay. Breltling Restaurant,
411 N. Broadway, upstairs.
HCLP WATRD-MALK.
Clerks mujl Collectors.
ASSISTANT shlpplnc clerks. J1S week: re
ceUlnK and railroad clerks. American Business
Ilureau 919 Olive
CIIECKEK WANTED Young man to check
In hotel storeroom: $15 month and board. Apply
LK0 Olive.
CHECKEKS. truckers and freight handlers:
w-holf&ale nouses, rauroaos ana express com
panics. Apply 818 Pine
COL.EECTOK WANTED oune man. assist
In real estate office and collect: $15 week. Ap
p'y 12 OUe.
DRUO CLUItJC WANTED Junior.
Franklin.
DIIUO CEEHIC WANTED-Good drug clerk
with good references: good wages. Fourteenth
and Chestnut.
DRUO CLERK WANTED Registered: ref
erences: must ppeak Ccrman: not afraid of
work. CM 3. Republic
GROCERY clerks, $14 week; hotel. $15; depart
ment stores. $13. American Business Burta-i,
913 Olive -
.iitkti.fmi WANTKD llrleht. well-dressed I
hustler: well acquainted with business men In
city: capable of making favorable ltnprtsslon.
Autocrat Association. 816 Pine.
MANAGER WANTED Branch manager: $100
month; expenses; good future: excellent future.
Autocrat Business Association. S16 Pine.
MEN WASTED-Three noting men to run on
passenger tr.tlns; $16 to $20 week; through day
llght runs south: now' open. Apply 123U Olive.
OFFICE manager. $75 and expenses: timekeep
er. $W: traveling salesmen. $30. American Busi
ness Hureau. 819 Olive.
OFFICE) man, manufacturing concern. $60;
bookkeeper, $70, assistant, $M; collector, $15
week: assistant ofhee man. $12. American Busi
ness Bureau. 919 OlUe.
OFFICE ASSISTANTS WANTED Young
men. publishing. $33; machinery (assistant buy
er), $23: wholesale (assistant shipping clerk),
$33. $40. telgh Bros.. 1023 Century.
OUR service Is at jour disposal: consultation
free If employment "wanted. Autocrat. SI6 Pine.
sl:.NOljllAPHl.ltS WANTED Male stenog
raphers; railroad. SCO. $30. $1); express. $60; lum
ber. 340. Leigh Bros.. Century.
YOUNG man to assist tn real estate office, 313
week: law office, $13. Apply 919 Olive.
YOUNG man. nassenger-traln service, through
dayllsbt runs. $13 per week. Apply S18 Pine.
Laborer.
.wwSwwweiswiMwMeeeeAs)es.
UBnRKRs WANTED Cbncrst. laborers at
Kensington ave. and River des Peres. Take
Maplewood car. Suburban line to end: wane
south on Sutton ave. to liver. Fruln Colnon,
contractor.
LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS WANTED
Fifty laborers and teamsters for Keneflck-Ilam-roond
Construction Co . at Cotter. Ark., on
White River extension: ship Monday night.
Jos. Downs. 4 N. Ninth.
MEN WANTED W men Tor railroad wort
tn Missouri. Illlno's and Arkansas; good wages;
all winter's work. Apply Shevlin's Ir
Agency. 607 Market st.
WANTED Five hundred laborers, trackmen,
teamsters, choppers, grubbers and station men
for new railroads in Mississippi. Arkansas,
Kentucky. Illinois and Missouri; all free pass;
also want camp cooks, flunkies, camp black
smiths. KOENIG'S LABOR AGENCY.
HI Walnut st.
IIELI' WANTED MALE.
The Trades.
BARRnR WANTED Goo-1 barber, steady po
sition; $11 guaranteed; good opening for right
man. SilS Park a
DRILL RUNNERS. ETC.. WANTED Tor
KenKick-IIammond Construction Co , In Arkan
t.is and Mlhsourl; eteam-drill runners labore"
a id teamsterb; one year's work: gjrd camps;
fchlp dallr. James Downs. 4 N. Ninth st.
riREMEN WANTED Two -tatlonary ilre
rr.cn; onlv ilrt-class men with god references
need itiiply. Call between 2 and 4 P tn . Satur
day. January T. room V3 Bank of Commerce
building.
HARNEMAKERS WANTED Hamess
irakert and barneess cutter!: good wags;
steady work. 1. Burns KadJIerv Co.
IIOR.SEIIOER WANTED Patrick Hiyea,
QPtxTslte llcim Brewery. tii- faL Imls. III.
PAINTERS WANTED To know of Grote
Iatnt CompanyB flre sale bargalo-i. for cash, at
!- N. Main st.
PATTERN MAKER WANTED M-tal pattern
maker. St. Louis Malleable Casting Co.. 7700
N. Broadway
TINNERS WANTED-Good 'lnners. 6725 3
Broadway.
Koya.
RDLLROYS WANTED Bellbos. 17 to 19; SIS.
tZO. board. Lfigh's Axncy, 1C25 Century bulll-
Ing.
BELLBOY WANTED Experienced b-llbty
with hole lreferencr Westmoreland Hotel,
Mar lard ard Euclid aien
BOY WANTED Boy In mat market, to de
liter 205 Mcramec.
BOY WANTED Bov to work In drug
R'e Bill Drug More E90I Maple.
BOY WANTED Handle boy. aed 14 r,ers.
Call at the Model. icnth and Withlngton.
BOY WANTED Boy who would ltk- tn learn
electrical trade. B. Mellck. 712 N. Ktehth st
BOY WANTED Good, honest bo to work in
drug store; on with experience preferred. KJ
EaMon
BOY WANTED Bricht. energetic boy. abnut
15 3 cars. In railroad office; J15 per month. CM
15. Republic.
HOUSEBOY WANTED Qo-M honest colored
boy for general housework and wait on tabic.
5440 Pine.
DON'T
Work and worry your
self into sickness and
perhap3 an untimely
grave. If you have
heavy burdens in office
or home, let others
share them. You can
always get efficient help
through the use of
Republic Want Ads.
Business men who DO
things and housekeepers
who are equally profi
cient are regular
patrons of the Wants.
YOU should decide to
be with them. For the
New Year and ever
after it will prove a
good
RESOLVE
Mlacctlnncons.
AT.!. ir.n1 lOf.klr- for work, rnll on the lar-
ceit and only Incorporated mploymnt bureau
in city. American misin3 nurtau. yyj mive
AKV irwin in rMstribute our samnles: S2 5-
daily; steady. "Empire." 3-3 Grand boule
ard. Clilcago. III.
HilLt clerKs. checker?, truckers and waon
helpra for railroads smd txpresa companies
Apply 123u Oil e.
CIVIL-faERVICB examinations will soon b
held for rall"iy-mailclerks. stenographers and
many ctliersr 25.56j appointments last year; onl
a tommon-schocl education required; excellent
ftprxrtunlties for young mn; information and
Gmvrnment questions free. Co'umb'an Oorre
tpcrdence ioileKe. Washington. D. C
imiVEH WANTKD Man to drie iprra
wacon. West End Kxprrga. r-63 OlUe.
HANDY mtn fcr roundhouses, machine shops
and factories $12 t--c. 91OII room t
HELPERS WANTED For niachlnlts. black
smiths and carpenters; jcood saes; steady ln
Bld tvork. Apply 1251 oiie.
HOTEL iorters, J25. board, room: housemen.
tlu: iuen rrlats places. J"; milkers, farm
hands, bartenders, aaloon porters. 913 Ollv-5,
room
t . ... IFi ,L ,H hnlMI.. ?A. Arm v........
store. K.": wntchmen. JW. American Business
i;i.renu. aiy oae.
st A V- ll-A VI I.. I i
131-J. lircaoay.
PiAJi A1 bi- JAfUHK 1" i fiw.c.gr tt.u
TTiAnt mArlrnr "flirt TItflriniH n e.
.,. ... . .l'I-v . 1-..I, TJ vnnn rt arm .
can furnish good refeiences. Apply National
Hotel. East St. IjouIs.
M.N AND WIFli Industrious colored man
and wire: understand attending furnace and
cooking cr houtfertolk. 2C03 I.ucas
MEN WANTED To try Harris's $150 shoes.
417 N. Sixth st. ;
MEN WANTED Men to stora Ice. IJlalr ave.
and Howard st.
.ir lif imnu. tww... ..... ....
sengersrun S)Uth: 1 nick. Autocrat Associ
ation. SIS line.
". .. ... . ,.nTr.r. n..k. .ntintw m.n fnr r.0..
MEN WANTED Two joung men Ifrom coun
try prlferred) to work In wholesale grccery
house; JII v,k to start, with advancement.
Ann ictj u nc
plv to llr. Jordan, between 7 and 12 a. m.: 4..0
and S P m : no charge for position Ofllce
NO. S. MvJ alum lit.. Ht: ,r aju.wi autm'.
iiuvtvik U'AXTIM) To know cf Grote
Paint Company's tire sale bargains, for cash, at
600 N. Main st.
1'OIITER WANTUD Fbr saloon,
teau.
73S Chou-
STEADV joung nan to manage branch sup
ply ofllce at St. Iruis: salary JM weekly: ad
arce to hustlei: fair education: references re
quired. Address Manager, Jobers Co. Powers
bul'ding. Rochester N. Y.
TEAMS.TEK9. ETC.. WANTED Teamsters
and laborers for Stubbs. Flick & Johnson, at
Versailles. Mo : K per day: board Jl. James
Downs 4 N Ninth ft.
WANTEDIndustrious perscn In each Slate
to tra.el for house established eleven years
and with a large capital, to call upon mer
chants and agents for successful ard profita
ble line. Permanent engagement: weekly cash
salary of $24. and all traveling expenses, and
hotel bills advanced in cash each wek: Tperl
erco not essential Mention reference and in
close self-addressed envelope. The National,
tit Dearborn St.. Chicago,
WASHERMAN WANTED Experienced
washerman rnd also marker and sorter. Ccn
turv 1aundry Co.. 46C4 Easton aye.
WOODWORKER WANTED One good car
riage woodworker: steady work. Apply Fred
Wsgner it. Son iZX S. llroadwav.
YOU need our services If employment jou
want: consultation free. Autocrat Association.
S16 Pine.
MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
Lrnef)ITrnrtBli"t.rillsndClieirnutSt. 8t-Loots, Ms.
JMOkxceplsg, ihorthnd,TjpswnIio, Framssiaip.eU,
New Year Term, Day mad Nisht, Opeat Jam. 4.
AGENTS AM) SALESMEN.
WWMAMd
Aecnta.
jXfmjSjS. vjriiiifwJ i r J ! s.
AOENTS WANTED Agents to advertise our
goods: $4 dav guaranteed. Call at the Finley
laDoiiicry. a, utavt-n "
AUt;N iVAr.ir -o oKit ciku . -?;
per week ard commirslon: also man to sell
territory to from .ml 2.000 per day. Call
at 1113 Pine st. St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTEHJI gents .to sell our cele
brated gold gisss letteir. whit- eniroeled let
ters, blue steel signs, chipped giass signs,
etch'd glass signs, door and name nates, house
numbers, street name plates. W. charge for
samnles but upen return ofsarj. retund your
money. C T. Hutbartt. 1205 Clark avs.. St.
Lruis. Mn.
MANI'FACTUItERS- AGENT WANTEDln
tnjductlnn of mechanical goods In southern
United States. Central and South America. Ad
dress Matthew W. Rvac New Orleans
PHOTO TICKET AGENT WANTED Hot
eellerr bst out. Call 1716 Rnel) aye
Cnnviuser.
SSSWM''VSSsi.
CANVASSERS -WANTED Men and women
canvassers to solicit eubrlptions for mazarine
offertnn: et-aoTdlnar inducements Apply Pot
al Np-g Co. 42iA, Vlnnfy.
Sitlcxmcn.
SALESMAN WANTED Retail
hoe utlesman. Apply 9 n. m.
C. E. HILTS SnOE COMPAinr,
Sixth and.Fraaklla.
ACETS AMI SAI.ESMEX.
AiViVtil
bnlesnien.
SALESMEN WANTKD Men on JW salary
and espenscs; CJ ctsh required. 143) Locust st.
SAWSJIj;: WANTr.DOoo.1 man for a new
and prorU.-ib.e proposition. 403 Hallway Ex
change bulldtntr.
mLKMAX WANTED airman for Mis
souri. Arlans: only experts In placing little
salnca banks need answer. '"M 23. Republic
bAI.USMK.- WANTED To call upon people
who nae written to us relative to some of cur
hlRh-cIass 1-ook that are now helm? di'posM
of bv i committee repr"ientinir larpe banking
institutions. 323 Ilunk of Commerce butldlntr.
oIlrlttrs.
SOr.inTOlt WAN'rcD-Hrst-cla printing
solicitor. Call "-nturday. Ben Franklin Prlnt
lir Co . K2 S. Ilroadnay.
EMrlOY-IE.T AGENCIES.
ALL those delrlPff help or seeking situations
mav renl'ter wllh the rrec Kmployment Bu
renu of the State Lab" Hureau of Stitlmcs,
8131 Chestnut St.; situations and help fur-nlshi-d
free of charge. Tel. Kinlooh A 9S1.
I'AHT.tEHS WAMno.
ACTIVn partner with S3.) In light manufac
turlny bu!nts. no rSk.. orders on hand will
net $.30. ci. Ii3, Herublic
JIISiCCLLAMlorS AVATS.
A BAUCSAIN In street anil evening dresres;.
hiphest prices pal 1 for cast-off clothing: postal:
Klnloch A ;r. Mry. Miller 007 Walnut
OKLTICIt paj highest ptlcs fcr all kinds of
old clothing, overcoat, clr-is coats pants and
urlfonns. Call store or write. C:4 Morgan.
A TUWIIOAT: nliout Sll-lncli cylin
ders. Apply tti f. I. Melike, orth
Seconil mid Iliiclinnun stts.
IICSJ.tESiS WA.MED.
KUKETKA I'RINTINO CO.. S N. Third Low
rates on your printing this week.
1'AINTI.riS WANTKD To know of Grote
Pilnt Company's nre sali bargains, for cash, at
6 N Main ft.
TOVE
REPAIRS
Tor sll stores ard ranges NORTIIWBSTCRN
oTOVE UnPAlIl CO. Phone A979 113 N. 8th.
MOIIACC AMI 3IOVI.VG.
AMErtlCVN Storage and Molng Co. JJli
OlUo at. 1'icklng. shipping- all storage In sep
arate room-. bJth ihcnca. W. 11. LaagJale.
HONDED vanhOM"0. llenrv r w Wte1.
Storage and Molng Co.. 1313-16 Franklin a.e :
inor.ev adanced when desired. Kinlorh C 63.
r. II. IORTMANN storage and Moling Ct
Separato rooms: low prices on rel .ible moving
and storage 201 Cas aw.: rhone I J 1217.
GEKOI.U MOVING A.St) bTOitGC CO .
main office. 133 N. Third St.; both phones;
moving to anl from East St. IouN. 111.
SOUTH bid. btorage and Moving Co . 1101-3-5
Sidney st Tel Sl.'rev 23i. Klnloeh C li'.i.
LANGAN & TAYLOR
BTOUAGE AND MOVING CO.
N warehouse. 1S23 Wa nston av9.; KW
prlvati ctornKf-rooms; moving. Dacklnr and
hippinir Highest price paid for k con d hand
tooJj. Kin C 741. or Main 2C5, and tt our
rati- We ha nn branches.
crnoice acsolutkiy Fiiici'Hooir,
dlUnASC new warehouse. Grand and 1-a-
clede.forpafekeepiui of fMrnlture.pianoa,trunKa.
alu3bles, boxes -tc.: strictly nrst-clasa moln.
packlnjc. FhJrpi tc. 0r 2re Imurance the
lowest. Money advanced. Ship Kooda our care.
EsMnatss free Get our ratea Both phone. 121
11 0'.l". H. U. I.cor.rl Auction i Storae Co.
DACING TAlfiHT.
ATTEND prize maquTaae Dan Riven oy im.
Trankel at Lemp rark Hall. Saturday en-In-.
Jiinuao 2. lWt: ten prizes a. tarda!. Ad-
miction i cent"
s.s-.,. as a s.m- sn . f ). ) Tlat TTll-il
.-VIII&. Jl-M.I'l sIWl.. iw'" ..s ..-
neelnnrs class Tuesday evening: priat lea-
sons. t.u-i iuiru- ..
....-.,-...--v. ir TtnvPVa Afnr1TTi" V44
ritui r-anui. it. .s-e.-. o "V - 'ii
Olive; finest In city: new claw epen3 for beKin
ners Saturday evening: full term $3; prlate
lessens Kie.
TTTIT . . i ii.A lian.ln Jloatl.
BKLrAT parties fc w-rr r' a..
emy. Ilarmonle Hall. ISth anl Olive, eve
Thirs Pat. and Sun. evening; new dances,
latest music Abeam & Albert.
CAKPllT CLEA.MXG.
CHICAGO Stearr. Carpet Oeanlng Co W. N.
McCourtney. mgr.. cairets renovated look like
new Lin. IB0: Kin. Del. I1J1. 3S3 Tlnney.
-.! r cvo-1 I'ir-pt Cleanlnir Co. Carpets
ttken up clennM3. made over and laid; best
work; lo-west price. 2123 Lucas; lltaumont 0:
l' w.
...... . .... r-.. ra Plsnislns fr
Special attention to altering wwmg relaylnr.
Easton and I endleton ave. Lln. 3.4M; Del. w.
niinllKR &TA3IPg. SEALS. STEXCILS.
ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 Jf . flxth st. ;
rubber sumps, seal", stencils, etc; good, cheap.
quiCK. l.nie luriiewiiav.
.-. ... n- i.. sts rtn for
EXLH-LSlUli i-ientii .lutn. -.- ""'-.r--
stecl stamps, stenci.s, burning brands, rubber
type, seals, ornss ana aiuiijiwii v.-w-.
.......... .. .i.KB ,nA ,n tnarlt
ers. brass and aluminum thecks nt lowest
prices. Kasper fctamp & Seal Co.. 91C Locust st.
rmjtTi.va.
jUtAAAAXVWVW''
AAA1-1.000 carJs.T5c: billhead?, noteheads,
en eiope. i . jll-ui w. " ""-"
......... sum'-rvf' rvi i.l? V Voiirth
Cl'V1',..1 it .:"ii.':r f, VimnTes
5 r ine irtt. .'"-t. r... -. - .---
EIERMANN BROS. ITtnters. "Tie. w
llclt jour businefs and guarantee t-itlsfoct on.
fine comn.erclT.1 work a pe.lalty. Ivln. 1130A.
BOOKS PAPERS.
. . ... ...a ..n lu llAK.hl In flTIV fllinTt
tity. Address lloxk Buver. I'. O. 1j"X IS.
BOOKS-" -.art t ou ihw. meulcal o' other
gt-mi book- ! l.'nshaii loikse'ler. ttl Mnrk-t.
-,--,.,. s- i...rA l'r ami furfliflnrri. of
books; 30,000 on band. Book Mart. C21 chestnut.
liUJjU, Sliver illlU lll;nt-i ,m... tn. i. , .
branches: reoalrln!: old silverware a specialty.
Gustav- M. Krause. C17 Pine St.. i-econd floor.
- .. a t..1...t Tlnn (n nit ft.
'ALL l'AI'Cn.
EIIRLICII UROd. Interior decorators: paper
hanging and painting. Del. 170S: 3918 Easton.
DRESSSIAKI-NG.
Sy-rin.JV' m mmwmm-mm m
DRESSMAKING To o dressmaking, shirt
waist and children's clothes. 10)0 8. Eighth st.
PERSONAL,.
ijyj"cjM-wirii'T i "
A D17 TECTIVn fprivate) does shadow in and
lnestipatlne: referrnccs. P O. Cox 770. St. Louis
ABSOLUTn seclusion durinc conrtneinent:
'perrcct accommodat ona; satisfaction or money
refunded. Mrs. Doctor bmlth. a.2 Easton as.
Iill. MAHV AllTIIUR. 2C31 Washlnston ave..
receives during coniinement: treati femal- troubles-puaiJiteaxbintsiTiants
DB DKNN1S. 2t0 Washln Eton Licensed phy
sician treats all female troubles; cuarantces
results; private home for ladles during confine
ment c-erfect Eecrcy and seclusion: Infant
adopted- ladks in, trouble, call or write.
EROO TANSO I J guaranteed to rellev rmp-nree-vion;
$2 by mail. Doctor Cazcaux. 2302
wahlnKtom
FREE treatment: cure Ruaranteed.pnvnt- dls
ea-es "irea.disch'irees ctc.:elther nex. IOTA N 9ti
GOLDEN Seal l"male Regulator relieves Ir
rKularlties in three hours ; $2 per box. 2S31
W afhirirton a e
LD1ES. my rei-iilatnr never fails- complete
tre anient free. Mrs E. Starr. 9J Franklin.
MIDWIFE Recel i es nurinjr con.: ladles In
trouble- coll- infants ndonted. 284S lafivette.
MRS URIDOES Office hour-, fi to l:
medicine. 250 Laclede ave. Kinlooh C 1W4.
MRS. A SCRROEDER receive confinements;
ladi"-. call. 1313 Franklir ave. Kin. C 1319.
PRIVATE home for ladles during1 confine
ment: e-perially adapted to thow wishing to
avoid exposure: trained nurses best of care and
perfect seclusion, all trouble- and irrcs:rUIe
TkillfuUy treated, ladies, when In need of a
friend call or address Phslcian. 303 N. 2S1.
nnPTflD UflRAU receives before and dur
U'JllUa nUUHII nz confinement: Infants
adopted if desired: ladles In trouble call or
write- terms rea-.: consultation free. 2211 Olnre.
DR. AtifilE NEWLAND.
Private, licenced home for ladles before and
durine confinement: oldest and most reliable
Institution in the State: established over fortr
ears: home comforts; motherly care; Infants
adopted: lrreR-larities uuccessfully treated;
satisfaction fruaranteed: ladies In trouble, call
or write. ZZZIA Olive st.
DEHMATOLOGI.
Pimples, Blackheads, Large
pores erupiions.nua an uisorcevs !-..-Ing
tha skin and scalp permanentlr
CU(U AkllUivJIUiauuu MU uwm.
JOHN H. WOODBCRT D.I.,
300 MennodJCsCa.rd, St. Iionls
mcsTvsmxt.
DR. SHAUL. P)Z Pine St.. crown and hrlds
worlc a specialty: moderate prices: rates to
ftorkliur people: consultation free: hours. S tt- fl.
TEETH
Save the Natural Teeth by filling or
crowning. Restore the missing ones by
Bridges or Plates.
DR. E. C. CHASE,
ft. B..COT. Sixth ssd Loeort Strsct. St. Xarala.
h'Gtt
1 -.r am
HOL'SRIIOI.D GOODS.
Wanted.
f. - - ror.i-.-.-ii-M-ii,'i- -------' SJ
AnsOLUTEt.T highest price paid for T'-
a.. j- ..b..l..r. n .1 rnitrmra ttnV ClXlHIl
tlty; send pcsttl. Jo llenslnger. 113 N. -tw-!f.n.
. . - .j . m .... i.Ai.nk. narfat Til-
AlaU KinuS OI iUfltllUIC ""URili. ..s.-.. i -
nnoa, feather, contents of house, flat", dwell
ings V Oil. i' i?. 1H.U4UH. !""""
nousenoia furniture, pianos. etocKJ of Roods.
m buy entire ccntcnts cf flalo or TdeneM,
call cr send p-wtaL Leonorl AOCtioa Lo.. l '
Olive st. .
For Sale.
ELEVEN-ROOM houe; 3 rooms furnished.
pn, hath; hot-water connections; laundry: rem
$25; Ci'fflP. 2SS Geer nve. .
rCRNITURE. Btovea and carpets. T34 S.
Seventh st. ,
UNltEDEEilED furniture, carpets.
etc. GeroM Movin and Storase Co. 133 N.
Third st.. East St. Louis. III.: phone East 6.1-
HOR5CS ASD VEHICLES.
lTor Sale.
,VWMWAAAAMi
r,WAYS .-! h-r.il draft, drlvln-. ren-ral-
purpose hones: new-wfrns. bucsies and har
ness, you trv horse- beiwr butnir: ca?h or on
Davmnt C I Hou-e. 151S N. nroadT-.y.
RAIU1AIN CMt-under. nibr-r-tlr--a trap and
harn-s; tll separate. 2313 I.ac.ed".
Did lior e. for top wagon or heavy work;
encap ii lor-an.
ttll nnrlr li.truA tom mtnP fat mil 13! all
XHW. siKrcuIator's ara.n: investigate. 2325 Rid
dle KIHST CLASS surrey
42u2 N Rroadwav.
ccst $14); ell for 575.
GOOI delivery horte. worth W, tor 135. Mrs.
Collln3. 1713 Morgan.
IIARM--.Th- best line of new and second
hand harne-s in the city: large stock always on
hand. A rctkett. U.22-21 N. Broadway.
HUIbK; Kood traveler. gocl saddler; lady
can drive ffarne. 4202 N Broadway.
HKVKltAL horv" and ponies, $10 up; also
harness; taken for Oht 1218 N. Jefferson.
TWO roo1 worlt or delivery horses; $25 and
J43. Cj9 Ljnch.
TWO ch'ap hor--s; hav no further use; co
watton;. $1Q; filing out. 1733 Morgan.
McCABE-BIERMAN WAGON CO.
Delivery wagons and business wagons of all
DOGS. CATS, PETS-FOIl SALE.
CIIOXCi: Yorltshlr- terrier, male; nana better.
12n. n-tthst.
JUST received, line lot roung M-xlcan par
rot; imported singing birds, godlrish, small
pets, dog etc.. chtau W'ehrmao. 417 Walnut.
NEW YORK Bird More Canaries, parrots,
cases, aquariums, clcb-s. goldfish. sed food.
05 Franklin ave. Frank Metzcer. manager.
USK Chamberlain's ch'ck fed and brooder.
Blanks . llauk hupply Co. 201 Market.
xvr n wit ite ns.
For Sale.
TYPSWRITHRS About 200 ;atest Reralnr
tonh, fcmlth Iremlers. New C-ntury-;. Den-more-
etc. (received part pament for Under
woods), fcr sale cheap; maU payments ac
cepted; about CM) already so!d; many new; call
and select one. Underwood Typewriter Co..
71) rine st.
YOUR seiectlrn of the largest ltock of slight
ly used and secondhand typewriters In th
country: standard makes guaranteed for ons
year, sold and Tinted everywhere, send for bar
pain and rental rat card. The Typewriter
Exchange. 203 N. Ninth st,. St. Louis. Mo.
MACHI.NEIIY FOR SALE.
DYNAMOS and motors, all :yles and volt
ages, for sale or rent; we buy electrical ma
chinery. Rossiter-MarGovem Electrical Co.,
Tel. 4146 Main. SOU Missouri Trust building.
Gasoline and Steam Engines
Hollers, steam pumps, steam, jru and water
supplies, sanmfll machinery, beltlnc. hose, etc
FAIRBANKS. MOUSE) & CO.. Bt. Ijouis.
FOR SALC 3IISCEI.I.AXEOCS.
AU. kinds of tin, copper and sheet-Iron
work: stoves, ranges and furnaces repaired.
Condon liros.. 10:6 Market st.
HANKKUiT stock overcoats, suits, sample
shoes, hats: must be sold 40c on tne dol'ar.
Uon"t forget tht place. S. Gordon. 06 Mo-can.
m'TCHCIt outfit, complete, with to-Is: also
horse, wajron: sell separate; KM. 13&1 3. Tenth.
11U1 our paints glass, varnishes, etc. from
Great Western Paint and Color Co.. EH Man-
cres-er. stJ2 liaston. ,911 fane
.ASH registers bought, aoia ana eicuancM.
T.m, IVmITi Iti: SJ Vlnth sf tclnlrwh A BsS.
TTiT. . haan Innlv ST fSrthtl TwRTltS"
third and Gratiot.
COAI Best famllT, 13c bushel, delivered.
Southern Coal Co.. S15 S. Fourteenth. C IM.
COAl Ujrra hlh wade, lie per bushel de
livered. Iilvvard jA.rr. 3313 Market st. Phone
Kin. f SI.
COItD wood. 4-fcot. 15 cord: 16 inches. J8.7B;
delivered tn lots of one cord or more. II. F.
Heman. Mr Holland bulli'lnc. Kin. A CC
GASOLINE arc lamps. 1.000-candie povcer; w
rent lamps for entertalnmente. Zlerltln Patent
Lljht Cu . Twelfth and Market: Klnloch C 34.
GlIT your shoes repaired while you wait:
men's halt soles. Kc- 'pen evenings. American
toe rtepalrlns Co.. 23ij Market. Kin. A M5T.
HYDE COAI. CO Speclsl equal of Mt. Olive,
13c. Send postal. Kin. C M2n 4 N. E'ghteenth.
MAKE our own vinegar for less than 4c per
gallon; guaranteed first quality: above formula,
together with eleven others, such as elder. Ink.
etc, for 13. Address G. S. Stone, Commerce.
Mo.
OVERCOAT Found, one overcoat at Benton
Hall, New Year. Eve; taken by mistake, c.
Young. 1S02 Cass.
ItKAI estate notes co and J40O each: t
curltv very good. CM Zl. Republic.
REMARKABLE discovery: powder paint: 7J
per cent cheiper: sold In powder form: mix
with WBter: weather, fire and sun. proof. J.
Feldwlsch. COS B. Seventh.
SHOW east.3 and counters: cheap. SC01 Cass.
Klnloch 12KA.
bTOVE renairs for any old stove. "Kor--w."
ill N Twelfth st Klnloch C T.
WELSBAC'II lights and supplies: good man
tles, 10c each. 3 for 2c: 33c dien. Condon's.
1125 Market St.. opp. Eleventh st.
WASTED Advertlsjrs to know that th
Rural Directory of Sangamon County. Illinois,
is now ready: contaln'nc 4.000 heads of farm
er families: p-Ice K. Millard Mailing Agency,
SnrlngHeld. 111.
TIRE SALE BARGAINS FOR
EVEK1M,1''
For cash, at Grote Paint Co.'s. Ma'n and
Morgan.
Radiators for Sale.
All kinds of radiators testd and cuaran.
teed. St. Loul. Belting and Supply Co.. tot B.
Fourth st.
SHOW OASES.
FRED BENDER,
1(13-21 OLIVE ST.
Tel.: Klnloch B 13T9. Bell Main E76M. Manu
facturer of store fixtures and showcases, furni
ture. Stoclt of complete store outfits for any
aicsicAi.
" jii-i rii 1 1 1 1 iiii JiiisiiiiiiiJ'siitjsitxiXiriJ
ARSOIAJTKJ" cheapest place in city for all
Mn.Ls of musical instruments; heet. band and
orchestra music. Hunlcth's. 9 S Broadway
"1IRAU the iboul of a Krakauer Sing"; to
hear it is to buy It. Sold only by Dan'l G Dun
ker I'iano Co.. Fourteenth and North Market.
JOHN" FEI.D sells ohmer, Newby & Evknf
and other reliable piinos at Odeon; llkewls at
!&)! St. Liouis ae.; phone Ti!er 571 and D 1413.
TEACHER WANTED A jzuUar teacher, man
or oman. Call alt day Saturday. 173 Linden.
WRITE Joseph Placht Son. U3 S. Broad
way, for wholal- prices on new and second
band muFlcal Instruments- catalogues sent free
MO buys fine piano; full fIzo; cost J3K: stool
and coer. Ml N. Sixteenth.
11K5 bujs fine upright piano, standard make.
KL.UEKAM1 RROtf PIANO CO.. 2307 Park a e.
END thfe YEAR PIANO BARGAINS
BRADBURY piano warcrooms, 1012 Ollvo St..
S" G. hinlth. mfr.; A. E. IVhiUkcr. msr.
Ve have a few special batgalns wo are clos
ing out at about cost before our annual rtock
taklng. We believe It will pay you to tako a
look at them.
Pour sample ne-v uprights. Ilnted regularly, at
fiOO, tSM and JtOrt. In walnut, mahogany and
oak, this week they go at 1173. S1&, iUZ.
used pianos.
One elegant Xj3 oak upright, used
two months 31X8
One beautiful 3.50 walnut upright.
nearly new 3I9t
One good BltAIlBUItY upright. In
dark case $155
One nlco Gablcr upright. In good con
dition r.3
Ono good Hayden rosewood upright. ..113
SQUARES.
Nice ones S'O to 5M
Fine ones - S5" to JTS
Originally cost J) to J330: good makes: Hal
lett . Davis, stone. Cable and others. BRAD
BUnr piano warerooms 1012 Olive St.. F. O.
Smith, mgr-: A. E. Whltaker, mgr.
BCSIXESS CHANCES.
CAPITA!, for good-paying
proposition: grand opportunity,
public
World- Fair
CL 140. Re-
WD have a Colorado ranch which has 150.000
acres freu range, well stocked and paying good
pronta, and offer $.3,003 guaranteed stock at a
great bargain. If Interested, write or call.
AltBCCKiE-GOODE COM CO . IK. Olive St.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
- - - -- -i--rifrrkrLAjFrux'i-i
WE buy. tU and exchange hlch-c!as tweurt
ties and finance flrst-claas industrial proposi
tions. ARRUCKLE-GOODB COM. CO . S5 OIIvo Ml.
DYEtSG, CLEANING, REPAIRING.
ALZ kinds of lace curtains cleaned sad mend
d; AJ-UaU tilu list Walton ay.
nt.SINES FOR SALE,
TtARllETt hon and news stand: rood loca
tion In town of 3.n) Inhab'tants; wlu bear la-
estisatlon. CM H. Republic.
ROAUDING-HOCSE: twil rooms: low rent;
alat ami kiHt nii"U' imnsmn -ui. tme.
RICANLlI lakT. dairy lunch and notion F
store, doinjr ppiendtd imMne; wm snanO in-
estlyat'on: mQK- f-ir-c.. -.sn tasion.
CONTENTS three-room flat. hap. must 9U;ii
rent J10: four csr lines. ZXA Teia" l
cti:..R "taloou;
S Eighteenth.
bargTaln; call to-day. 04
EIGHT-ROOM bcardinff-hoca-. full of board-
er?. 1613 CI.irk aw, j
GROCERY, theip; laundry branch; tood lo
cation: c.ii'i traje. ri Arp-iwj.
L.VRC.E rc3iairant: rood trade; World's Fair
?nD --- -n ..vma. r.lcr.n f.- 1I) C fit ha '.
Tii it !.. si flil fj-uiif tt a
MdDKRN Ien-room fcornerl rooniiur.1
house; always flMed; excellent location; bar-l
Rain. 3J'-v i-asion.
NEWLY furntehed 32-rtvra hou; rln loca
c-
tion; ai-ajs nnesi; nt-aiui raumg. u
Garrison.
01iR..TORS WANTED Remlnrton
Smith J'remlr opcrator-j. at one. Room
Railway I.-ichang building.
I'APIN ft. saloon: 510 bj before 13 o'clockj
to-day. Inquire tho Y.'elUnRtcn. 2; N. Broad-
wnv.
REtSISTEItED drurelt or doctor to buy etr-9
takp intereFt In cvl-ralnff drujc stor; splea-
lit! business location. .-i &. iopuoiic
RESTAURANT- old established trade; ;oc4
bustne 3"9 S. Rrcad ay. Y
RESTAURANT and lunchroom; jrd bust-
ness; World's Fair lccatlon; prlc JIM; rent fe.
JH. 722 N Ninth st- K$
ROOMING-HOUSE; rood location. CL 1W. IU- i
public. '
ROOMING-HOUSE; rent Jt5; no aseata. &
Wash'nKton ave.
ROOMING-HOGS-: 1 rooms; fllledreaQn-i- y
ablo rent; no agents need apply. ZCZJ wajMncV
ROOMING-HOUSE: ten rooms: fmlsh4i
near Odeon; all cars; modern; 1750. CL 1
Rr public,
ROGMING-ROUH1-X Luc ae ten tsp
beautlful rooms: $tJ rent; $W0; 530 cash; mt
thl?. RIooroer-Rower-. 1014 Cliestnut.
ROOMING-HOUSEv downtown: twelv n
nice. clan, well-furnished rooms: rent SSOt
lea5: $iEO. BIoomer-Ro era. 1014 Che-rtnnt.
ROOMING-HOUSE. Pin- and Grand; rtnt
J63; twehs erv finely appolntM room; $40
handles thl. Rloomcr-n-mert. 1014 Chestnut.
ROOMING-IIOUbt walking distance of F&lrrt
niiiH n-oms; rent jw; JiW buys t"-day. Intse .
national Ruslncss Aceno. room "13. 510 Plnev i
SALOON AX corner
Company. SI3 N. blxth.
Inquire Gast Bnwlnf i
MAIXjON. central west; six rooms; rent Bi
license paid to March ' IV2S: bit: barraln t-dayBloomr-l-.er.
1014 Chestnut.
SALOON, with six IHlnK-rooms; lndepsdn
lert; J30 rent; this Is a erv beantlfui plao
J2j). RJoom-r-Bo-rer-. 1014 Chestnut.
SALOON, downtown corner; JM day; Upi
stock; dlsajrreement iartner3hip; selling at br
rain; eo us. International Business Areacy.
room Tl. CM pine.
bEYENTEEN-ROOM house; finest location
rent $7v; leap-; leaving city. Particular M
Burllnrtcn bull J Inc.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
BEAUMONT. 37 N. Two furnished ftuo
rooms; gentlemen or housekeeping; heat: ztix
bath.
BELL. 3324 furnished econd-floor firoot
room, miitabl for two: all convenience.
BELL, 3SU Beautifully furruhed roomtt
steam heat; all modern conveniences; reasona
ble price.
BROADWAY. 105 N. At the Ret; room 3
to Hi per dav; weekly rates correspond.
BROADWAY. 618 N. Furnished room: 9a,
25c ; Jl. per week; hot water and bath DM.
BROOKLYN. 1023 Nicely furnished rcoma fop
Ueht housekeeplnr r gentlemen; upstairs; all
conveniences.
CALIFORNIA. 1921 EJegant con4-fl0oe
rrr- room; hot and cold water, bath, heat, vat;
reason iv-k
CVRR. 1721 Neatly furnlaned room, conplst
for housekeeping; all conveniences; rent Tr
sonable.
CAROLINE. 3C27 ijvTjre. liht room, ftrr
nlshM for light housekeeping; water, gaa: mod
ern conveniences; reasonable.
CAROLIND. S55&A NIcelT furnished room
best conveniences; private family; beet loeu
ity; reasonabl; cars convenient.
CASS, lies Xlcelv furnished rront roonu
Rrht hou-iekeeplne or trentlemenr tl eaeb
CASS. 3M1 Larre hall room, handsomely fitr
nihed: heat, hot bath, ras: terms reasonable
CASS. 3002 Neatly furnished second-floor
front room; heat. bath, gas; private- funltfl
reasonable.
CASS. SO)2 (Corner Garrison) Nice, light
room, furnished or unfurnished; larg olosstl'
housekeecinc
CIIANNINO. 109 N. Two room. ; ala
ironc oay-inuow room, -wou; ufu
Ing.
CIIOUT B.VU. ISM Ntcelr furntsri-4 roam fa.
rntlemen: cas. batb; 0rniui prlv&ta famtlT-
CIIOUTEAU. 1018 Nlcsly tumlsjied room. Ht
also room. 32: centl.men or llf;ht housek splnf.
CHOUTEAU. lOli Rooms for light boesakMo
lnft: furnlslMd. HJlb up: t2nfarnljl3& n tivt
conncciins; room..
ciioi;tkai:. 111 Niceiv faraUhsd noaad
story front room for rjousek-sDUuc: (3 wsl
otnar rooms; cnettp.
i.V.
CHESTNUT. 1433 Excellently furnlsU..
rooms: bath, cos, cfllce: stem heat: 18 wt.lt oy,
CHESTNUT. Ull Detlm bl. rurnlsbad rooraai
Kentlemen only: reaulnir-room: SI to 31.60 week.
-a If
CLjitiic. 222ft psirnlshed noraa for
housekeeping; tl.to and op; also ball room.
COMPTON, 91S N. Nicely fttrnlshsd
for lifrht houselveeplm;: prtvmt. family.
COTE RRILL1ANTE. 4423 Twt front
eouthern exposure: threes car Unea.
DELMAR. 4421
Nicely furnlr-hed room.
DELMAR, UUA-One cholo furnlsfced
bath. gas. heat; very returnable.
DBLilAIt. 4056 Second-story front roomi I
nace heat: nmlleire of channr dish.
DELMAR. 4431 Nicely furnished room: mod
ern: private family: on. or tvo younr; featl,--
zneii.
DELMAR 405S-one lanre front room, fur
nished for housekeeping: two block, north ef
nil,..
DELMAR Boulevard. 44SA Half or less of
handsomely furnished Hx-room flat! all eea-
veniences.
DELMAR. tSU Larjra front room, furnished
or unfurnished: gentlcmeri only; staam fceaX) ?
prlvnte family.
DELMAR Boulevard. tOSA Room, for gea- ,
tlemen- furrace heat: bath: In walking dis- ;
tance World's Fair.
DICKSON, 23 Rooms, furnished and unfar-V;
nisneu; ati new zurniture; gas, neat;
able.
E.VSTOV. 29IUI Kawl. furnished front
for light housekeeping: private, family.
EASTON. 2306 Nicely furnished second-floor
front room for housekeeping: also other room
natn.
fexurllll. sil . wiceiy rurn isnea room, xor
two gentlemen: 90 cent, per weelc each.
BIOHTEENT1I, 71S
stoves: 31.25 week, up.
N. Small rooma, wr
THE
niGUTEENTII. 1127 N. NeaOy fumWd
rooms for gentlemen or housekeeping; cheap
rent.
EIGHTEENTH. 0S N. Light housekeeping
room; cheap: all conveniences; also largo base
ment room.
EIGHTEENTH.
second-story front;
keer lnr
1121 N. Nicely furnished
complete for light house
ELENTir, 3361 N,
gentlemen preferred.
-Nicely furnished room;
ELEVENTH. 1410 S. Nicely furnished front
and connecting rooma; gentlemen and house
keeplng: reasonable.
EUCLID 237 Newly furnished, steam-heati
rooms: bath, etc: references
EVANS. 232J Two fem !shM rami for lights
housekeeping: all conv enlencea.
EVIN(1. 203 X. Furnished or unfumlahed
rooms: nice and light: reasonable.
EWINO. SOS N. Rooms for light housekeep
ing, and stngl- rooms for gentlemen; eteass
heat: gas nnd bath
FirTEENTH. 321 N- Furnished front rooms!
necond and third floor.: for gentlemen cnly-
F1FTII. 313 N. (East St. Louis) Nicely fur
nished roomarbath. gas, heat, telephone.
FlNNHT. 4111 Furnished rooma for gentlemen
or housekeeping: furnace heat; all convenlenctsi
reasonable.
FOURTEENTH,
room-
710
N. Neatly furnished
FOURTEENTH. ul S. Room., furnished.:
complete for housekeeping; also basement room. .
FRANKLIN, 1811-Nlce, large front room, for
gentlemen.
FRANKLIN. 13W Neatly furnished room: for
gentlemen.
FRANKLIN. 3431
Threo furnished rooma.
FRANKLIN, 3141 Bright, cheerful, south
front room; by day or week; housekeeping per
mitted. FRANKLIN. 3413 Furnished second-Door
front' rlhr Ttmmm ftimaMt IS ! hf tl?
nice locality l
FRANKLIN. 342S-Furn1shed front and hack
arl.ir -ith n!9Wi tvO nth- trmn ritfrv hf"ia
Keeping rooms.
FRANKLIN. 2S7 Two Hphi. front room;
newly furnished; all conveniences; prite fam
ily: reasonable.
FRANKLIN, 34v - Furnished eeond-floor
front and-connectlntr room; housekeeping; all
convenience.' reasonable.
G.VMBLE. 293C (Near Garrison) t!nuUL neatly
furnished, well-heated room; hot bath: l.
rK..
GARRIbON. 12U N. Rooms furnished lor
light housekeeping; gas. turnace heat; also
double parlors. a
uiLAf- li. kw is. comrortacic, weii-neaccu. 'm
rooms; by day, week or month. .-V.
iiicKoity.
and gas.
1IV6B Furnished room;
bath 4
JM
HOWARD. JSOSNeatly furnished front room; S1
private family; home comforts, xr
ILLINOIS. TOZA (East St. Inlst Neatlr fur-.if;
nlshed rooms; bath, gas and heat. "."El
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