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THE ST. LOUIS KEriTBLIC: WEDNESDAY. FEBEUAR'
190
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES
AND DEATHS.
MAMvvwMvwww
IlKCOKIl OK IIIKTIIU.
John and Ullic Cole. SKI Wa-ihincton: hoy.
Albert and JI. Detert. sjnei D'rfcjn: boy.
V. J. and i:iki Schaf cnncv er. 17:3 South
Elihtccnth: boy.
S. and D. :aoharnvitz, $16 RiuMIe: toy.
James and Kiln. I'orter. r;17 I'r.inklln: hoy.
William and lJertha Ilertel. ijk Shenandoah:
boy.
Ren and Henrietta Iloerner. ;3 Indiana; hoy.
. Oliver and Delia Dufaux. IMS North Twelfth:
bcv.
Iler.rv and Etta llreenfl. , Scott; hoy.
Oeorcn .ind Eliza Haeku.. nil South Ilroad
wav : My.
Rattislo and Cranio Ralsoraa. 15)5 Forster:
bor.
William and August Schroeder. 1562 Warnc;
Klrl.
eleorce and i:isa Rothvvcller. MIS Jllrsourl:
Kirl.
John and narh-iia likacek. l.vti Allen; plrl.
John and Arxes McCarthy. SO South (,e.r
ri.on: ciri.
A. J. and II. I. MoCuarity. UX St. Louis:
sin.
II. and s. I.iczkrvvlrs IMS North Ninth: clrl.
Jiillu.i and Delia Kruse 131-, Sullivan: girl.
Jthn and T:i Krnc ZZZ nutpcr. Kirl.
Je,b and Annie I lender. 31! L-ifitvettc; jrlrl.
John and P. evedeker. S.1 Illinois; irlrl.
Patrick and ('.itltcrme ntiserald. ZZ South
JetTer-in: ciri.
clears and Acnes Jtrunnel. 1112 South Elev
enth: clrl.
jTocKnoi.ni-:v .iu:i:Ti.r;v.
ANNl'AL MUKTING-The iennu.ll u-.eetlnR of
the Humane Society of Missouri Tor the elec
tion of orfleers and fcr the transaction ef such
other bU5inei as mv prepeny come before the
meeting will be hi Id at the ofllce of the w-e-lety.
rooms 511 and 511 Commercial b-tiMinc.
en tho southeast corner of Sixth and Olive
Mrcet.i. in the ettv ot tt. Iouls. Mo., on the
fourth day of February. 1934. at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon. IIIlNrtV WOOL). President.
Jno. H. Holmes. Secretary.
MTl'ATIOS WAN'I 1111 KEMAI.K.
CIIAMII!:iIMAin Kltnatinn
Call at 1J3 VnMRctoiu upstairs.
chambermaid.
COLLIXTOK I'e male collet tor veants sltin
t.'on: live veara' ..yiHTlcne-t' Tit ,VS, Itcpubiie.
MTllATIONS WANTED MALE.
WORK Youna man wlshts pr-sltion ith
tome drummer doing busings South; cood ref
erences. Address licit. tCO St. Louis ne.. Eat
St. Inuls.
WORK Educated j oun man. speaks and
writes seerai languages: good penman, accu
rate at figures, -eks employment; moderate
ealary. DU 113, Republic.
HELP WAATEIJ FKMALE.
.m
Uoasevrork.
GIRL WAXTED-Smnll clrl. about 12 cars
old. to run errands and wa?h dishes. 1313 X.
Rroadwa..
"OOK Situation as cix-1;; ?5 a, week salary;
good refr-nre. Ti: S. Republic.
iHlv fltuuion by
Ii--?!) v.itli thr work.
Rood vodk,
HH. 1-ark.
willing' to
.tiAKmc:z: MCKXSCS.
Jolin Wrsrls
Anna UMjI-I ...
!-xirI.vii MIII3 .
1TI1 Jones
Iternharn Atw-1
Ma u4 a St. Cin
Henry Hrnec.c
Katj WVbrr
Harry Vorskv
Maccte rtallachfr
Jrrnf-s A. Mohan
Mary R. Woods
Inils O. Kwtor
TVari Heaumont
GprRA H. Trepman
ArnV Wolterine
Sam M. SharJro
Annie Marks
Joseph UflnoM ,
Stella K. Strouther
Alexander H. Huesen ..
G-rtn "Whitman
1H)S3 Cass
Jpfph TSaUIc
Julia J in Ice k
Jn5-ph Ieltner
Fakla Mlehler
Jo.-enh I--mal
Maif-a Tclak
"Warren A. Talmer
Marj I. Mcore
751 Suth S'-cond
131S North i:ioenth
riorfFant. Mo
Floriaeant. Ma
37 St. Oeorzo
207 St. Georgo
-U IXaston
iZH St. Ferdinand
Ridm. Mo
AtZZ Xorth Market
241 Lucas
C20 Xorth Heaumont
2(T!1 I'ark
7!1 Water
1M3 Market
6319 Mapla
?319 Umh
230J Lmch
Mnrrlon. Mo
5701 Thodosia
1S23 nusell
Wcllavlltc. Mo
...... Wool land. Mo
.... Woodland. Mo
1?M EOUth Tnelfth
2W9 South TTvelfth
Iirphvlew. Mo
S20S Maple
COOK Situation liv woman to rcok for sa
loons and lunch. Address IMS lrairit.
CuOK Situation bv o.mp tout
coc-1: or houseu ork. Ciiil. 323 Olhe
cook am) nonsi:Gii:r-
cla- renk and houy-Krl; be
lr.t. downstair!.
situation by HrM
t' itffrreno-. -IJS
COOK Situation bv rU tu do tooktnt; anil
lruscn-nrk- no lau:idr work tnl ni outside
u-frk i'."?!: S. Jifferpcn.
COOK. Situation bv thorcuhlv competent
co)k in ;o-d. clejn fai'iily; wacfi from JIG to
Ti: no laundry: n-lererx--. Cft-"-; 2'lnnev.
HOL'SKOIIEL AVAXTHD-Small fHinlly.
Shenandoah.
norsi:nm. waxti:i-
iH.usework 4WC CcK.
- Ctrl fur general
iior.si:c;im ivaxtei Him for necrtui
hCtiTwork. W46 CKik.
HorsKoiiih
li.mewrrk lc"
WANU:i-lrl
3iftfatftte.
for Kcnerat
IlorSKGJHI, WANTKU Girl for Renral
hou-wirk 1WS S. i'ourth.
HOl'i'KGIHI, WAXTP.O Girl for general
hcu.toMik 1V"?1 l-afav-'ttf :if.
IlUlMjttllEI WAXTIIIV-Glrl to astist in
nous. v.rrk 3!i5 rrar.KlIn a.
DIUSllAKKR P.rft la dr-makrr
wliw wo'k at home; r.ii-onaM prict?. 104
S. Hiclith :t.
liorsraiHEI.--Siniatfcn by contl German Kirl
for hrue r aeneral icrk. WO X. Sixth.
HOrSKGIIII situation at houvti.ri.. with
out r.-at-hluR: or ironln-s: wace Jl-5. ISii M.
TJinttnth.
IIOUSEGIHI Sltuatfmi bv rnlGied tirl to rt
hnusework or cooklrp In private family. 3i3S
Morgan Ft . basemt-m
HOL'SKKinn'Clt Situation by iT5occtable
ttiJvv fir bachelor or w I lower; furnish lefer
rnc'?; tnll Sunday or addrcrs G&Z S. Broa.J
a. HOrSfc:Ki:i:iRR Situation Lv middle, niml
woman as lioukeepcr for widower or bachelor
prercrro!; iosscs good manaRin ability. DI
133. Republic.
llOrsKOIKI. VAXTCI Colored Klrl for
cen-iol "vprit. 313S Sfhool rt.
HOISKGIUU WAXTUI White Klrl lw gen
cral hou'uurk. :-o; X. Lponaid.
HOl'SKC.IKI, VtANTTIMJlii 33 to 17 tt as
sirt with lmufwcTk. 41W nifton.
norsKoiiEL WAxn-:i-EsrTiencHd girl for
pencral hi-u.ier.orlt. 3;ca ituMell ar.
IlorsnGlIlL WANTCO GIil far ecner.il
houfework; two hi family. ZXl Ilne.
HorSrX;ilU WAXTI2 Girl tor general
houswci I. ; no eockiRi?. 1315 li Salle.
1JOKSKGIKL WANTHli Girl fT Krneral
houiiOwcrU no washing 43 I'.tee c.
UOUSKGIIM- WANTi;i-Girl nbout 1G jean
old to assist In housework. Hi Kiistun.
HOUSKGIKIj WAXTi;i-GirI for peneral
lioiiSH'vork; .it oncf. 1316A S. nrtntli.
HOUGWOMAX Situation by mldJIe-s-'!
woman for ceneral honwwork: small lamtly; no
wash Ire. ZVm X T wont let h St.
HOrSKUOUK Situation at general house
work by German and wife; at once. C437 3-"lor-Isenr.t.
AVcddlnfr ItlnM (Solid Gold).
Finest qualities. $3 to $20. Mcrxnod &
Jaccard's. Broadway and Iocust.
nrni,L pkrsuts.
Mary Hcaly. 63 years. ZAOO South Grand;
fever.
Antoinette Jannlnc, 73 years, 3323 Allen; sen
ntllty. IouU Hartmann. 44 year. 2235 Menard; car
cinoma, Man- McCIoskr. W years. St. John's Hospital;
phthisis.
Rav Hake!l. 57 years. City Hospital; suicide.
Julius G. Raker. 45 year. 710 Xorth Four
teenth: aceidnt.
Sophrrnia. Tillett. 77 years. Emerscncy Home;
bmnchltis.
Entelle Tavlor. 1 vcjtr. 5T.11 KIIIntT pTnrKiirc.
Nathaniel Smith. SS jear?. 2ZX Morgan;
FTip,
Manr Smuek, 1 month. 4SC4 St. Ltfuls; ?Ir.a
Idflda.
Dllzabeth Haun. 77 yean. l21 Xorth Four
teenth; hemiplegia.
Emma Johnson. GO years. 12 South Spring;
dropsy.
Emma. Van Haarcn, E years, 426 South
Ttvftlfth : oxpopure.
Franclska JIuth. B0 years. lOS Arsenal; can
cm Gustav Brutschln. 50 years, 261S De Kalb;
pneumonia.
O j. Helnrltz. 32 years. 117 South Tenth;
pneumonia.
Iimatz Kunfcld, CS years. Insane Asylum;
parrs (.
J. J. Denny. 9 years, 1410 Xorth Jefferson:
menlncltls.
Walhurea Rurrn, 64 years, 3231 South Ninth:
pneu mania.
Kinllo Hartman. H years. 204 St. George:
pneumonia.
iy-n Himre. CS years, 1S21 South Thirteenth;
pneumonla.
Adcna Wahlfahrt 44 years Poorhouse; no
phritfs
NEW CORPORATIONS.
st. i.oris.
Tha followine documents were filed yester
day in the office of the Kecorder of Deeds:
ARTICLES OF INCOKrOIIATION.
Garden Pavilion Company. Theodor Zesch.
"(S shares: Charles P. Och.ner and Daniel Ituf.
1 share, each. To sell articles or merchandise
at and near tVorM'n Fair .cround.i. Cacital
stock, full paid. J7.500.
CIIANOK OF LOCATION.
Kansas City Fait Flfh Oimoanv. Ciarisir.r
Is location and nrlncloal office from SCTCouia
&u nuisas .iiy.
HOCr'SWOKK Situation bv colored clrl to
do Renenil liOuseivork; mall family; good ref
erence". !.) Morgan.
HOrSBWOJSK Kituatlor. by experienced Ger
man clrl to do General housework. Call con
vent. Taenty-wcond .ind Morj;an.
I.AVXDRKSSS warns situation Thursdaj-s and
FridasJlrs. J. . X2C, lialdwln.
IUNl)l:t:ss Situation by first-class laun
dresg by day or take home. IS31 llvard.
LAUNDllESS laundry to take home; West
Knd and Cibanne ineferred; cistern water cnly.
Nettle. 2521 I.ncust.
IA.UNlHi:ss laundress wants work for
Thursday. FrW-iy and Saturday. W." Ilorcan.
or rhone ue.iumont 4T."iM.
IUNDKESS situation by a colored ptrson
tn do laur.drv woik two de.ya In each week.
Tnrleo Ivry. 14: Linden.
KOL'SrXSlKI. WANTlIH-UewHi clrl for sen
eral hout.ewuk.; ccttl wace.1. 2TC7 lhckson.
IIOUSKGlltl. WAXTi:l-lrl Tor cnerjl
hHiscurk: family of four. Mj4 Cabanne.
HOI'SEGIIII. WAKTKD-GIrl for ceneral
houfewctk: Fmall family, r.223 Verr.cn nve.
liorsKci iu. wa:;tki uin
housework; German ti ef en od. 2TJ
fcr Keneral
Uo.!ler.
HOrsi:GIH!. WANTr2I-Inillv of three
adults; rro. waces. ?all lit 257 Dickson St.
, ---i u-.-in.m-.,-,.,-., rL-iI-.-.- -,-li- -.-.-.---r,r, '
A GIRL WHO CAW TALK
HKLP WAMIID-3IALE.
r- i. " AXTKIV-1 1 ears
Co.. 312 X. sixth.
old. Kennedy
LOYH UANTtll) GuOd beys. AVW MO. Dist.
Tel. Co.. 412 line.
ROY WAXTi:iGood hoy- T7iIlIiiK to work;
steady position DO SI. Rejrublic. ,
ltor WAXTi:nGoKl German boy. 16 or 17,
to I earn grocery buin- 2S27 Ru-j-I1.
i:ov WAXTi:i-jj,jv of 17 -ar.s to work in
gioory: reference. 230 s. lMahtntii -t.
ROY WAXTRl-Goc-d ry to work In dru
tlte; no porter work. 2i K. Rro.uI way.
ROVS
Mtncfl 1
WANTE1J Orer 31 years. Apply
lax Company. I-art-nca and Foaom.
COY WAXTKD llor about is .irs uM, ia
ofrtce f.f lafRf contra iIoti. I)D SS. Rfpublic
HOYS WAXTF.IV-Hrlxht ofhee nrr: railroad.
t1. 55: una li, Ji3. Iich Rros.. 1U23 Century.
ROYS WA.NTKI Twentv boys. 14 to IS ye
to learn tran: jld white learning. 323 X. M
IIOL'SRROY WANTKD
At once. 33i I'lne St.
OPFICH 1WY WA?
DI) 125. Republic.
:Ti:D fctnall ofneo boy.
HOUSKGIRL WAXTKD Girl for cmeral
housewoik. small family. 4I25A Mcl'h'-rsoa.
HOrSKGiRl, WAXTia-tlcrinan Klrl for
jrcrnil bui'uork; no washln?. 1016 Can..
HOrSKGlTEL WAXTi:i-43iil t
rtfir.il 1 or i work; xoI home. 27
: with
a-.e.
IIOCKGIRI VANTE1-Grm:in KiM fcr
per.erat hoj-cAoi-k; small family. 2323 Iilier.
llOl'SRGlUL WAXTKD Good German Kirl
for Rnent housev.ork; mRiall family. 4110 Cook.
HOl'MAiilM,
erol housework:
WANrFli White clrl for en
wlth refeience. 4213 Maryland.
HOUbKGIRI. WAXTKD Kxtf-rrtM ulrl
fcr cener.il Iwurewmk. Anulv jfJ'4 Mcl'herson.
XKRPKGIRl-Kxperleneed nureplrl for chil
dren; rrood refcrenefs. CJ1A I'arJc
XURSK Situation by nilddle-aned nun-e;
wait on women durimr confinement. 2123 Wash.
Nl'KSE Tralncil nurse desires private cases
or as asltant In dictaTs office; Rive best
r-ierences. DO 67. Republic.
OFFICE WORK Situation by experienced
younc lady in office; can operate typewriter.
TE 7. Republic
STKXOGRAI'HER Youns lady wishes posi
tion as stenographer: witlinc to start for small
salary. 1327 S. Sixth st.
TYREWRITirR-Ry lady typewriter. addres
Ins. copying anil circular work to do in her
own office. ..Address Stenographer. 3431 Hen
rietta st.
WASHERWOMAX Washing to tako home;
West Und and Cabanne preferred; cistern water
only Xettle. 2921 Locust.
HOCSIJGIRI, WANTEIi-Goofl j-lrl for K-n-era'
housework: family of two ;SSA JJjclid.
HOUSIXHRl, WANT KI White plrl to a.sIst
In central houwcik. Jl a weelc. 231Cf Walnut.
HCL'SEGIRI, WAXTEI-Glrl to es-ist In
housework; go home n.g-hts. 2053A Glasgow
place.
Well, write well, think well and is willing to employ
her talents, can easily obtain a position that will soon
make her 'well ofi'.v
The method is simple enough and inexpensive a
Want Ad in The Republic.
It's the means of making happy many a man and
woman every day in the year. It's an Employment Agent
that WOKKts.
Any (Irup-Kint will telephone yo(j,r Want Ad to The KrpnhHe.
HUL1' AVA5TKD FKMAL1S.
Cooks.
COOIC WANTED
Westminster p!ac
Good cook. Apply 4101
COOK WAXTRD
White nok. 3-"iJl Pine st.
COOK WAXTED-Good Cwlrrcd cook; no oth
er work. ; WashlnKlon.
COOK WANTKU-Cook, to asul-t with wa.-n-lrjt
and Itonln; 410) 1'ine.
HOLSEtaRI WAXTED Go-nI Rlrl to assist
In eeneral lmu'ewoik; smill famuy. 3311 I-a-clede.
HOLSEG1R1- WAXTED GOvKt German girl
for edietal housework. Applv 1"16 Cass ae.,
upstairs.
IIOCSEGIRI. WANTEl Youns rlrl
sist In Keneral housiwrU: koo1 pay.
Ittvsell.
IIOCSEGIRI WANTED Girl for ceneral
housework: small Hat: cood w aires, ion Mc-l'hersen.
WORK Situation by good colore.1 lady;
ereneef 3427 M orpin.
WORK Situation bv competent German R'rl
for upstairs work. Address U. Wl S. Eichtiu
HOrSEGIRi, WANTED Gill fcr f-eneral
hnutevork; with or without washing. CS)S Cleve
land ave.
HOCSEvURI WANTEI-Glrl for general
housework; wages 52'J; small family. 4S45 Foun
tain nve.
WORK- Two pirls want work
taurant toBcther; gocd wajres.
441 6 lr.
In hotel cr ren
Call or wiite
MANAGER Tdv with fifteen veara
evperlence in business management, de
sires enpacement as mir.aer of local or
branch office of n, lffltlmate business,
or "Wot M" Fair exhibit, familiar with
office details, preparation and piacim?
of ceHerilsine matter, etc.; exceptional
business references given and required.
DB 151. Republic,
STOVE REPASS
A. G. URAVISlC 3IC-51S X. TIIIRT) STRBET.
ILLINOIS.
REPUHLIO SPKdAI
Kprincfleld. III.. Feb. 2.-Certlflcates ct in
corporation were filed to-day with Secretary of
State nose as follows:
The. Monk Implement Company. Belleville;
capital. Jlo.trV): manufacturing farm implements
. and machinery. Incorporators E. c Itedincr.
Arthur Iiaab and fJeorcr Nless.
Tho Sun Prlntlne Company. Dixon: capital.
J3O00O; prlntinjr and publishing. Incorporators
Theodore N. Puller, Edward C- ieuller and
James O. Wake.
The HOyleton Coal and Mlninc Company,
Jloyleton: capital. tsn.n; mlninc coal. Incor
rorators H. V. Muneter. F. JL Vernor and
Ueorce nclsch.
The Decatur Hydraulic Stone nnd Hard
nsster Company. Decatur: capital, no.ooo;
Bianufacturlnc artificial stone and hard plaster.
Incorporators George Kerre, John II. Oren nnd
B. F. Stanley.
The Vlrden ESectrlc LIcht Onmpany. Virden:
capital. Jlj.foo; furnlshinc licht. heat and
bower. Incorporators J: N. Ilairgrotc, U. G.
Tucker and C. W. Carr. '
LOST AJfD FOUXD.
BAG Ijnst. tan leather wrist bae on Grand
ve. car; Initial. M t on 6atne. Suitable re
ward. DD 113. Republic.
OONTOACT Lost. World's Fair contract;
reward. DD SI. lterubllc.
i)NVEIPE Lost, envelope contalninc pass
to' World's Fair and other papers. Finder
.please return to J. v. Obear. 302 Po7ionl bide.
FOUND Harris's new store, where they sell
test shoes In 6t- Louis for St. 407 N. Plith st.
FOUND hoec half soled, 25c per pair: neat
ly; best material. Wilson's. 1010ft N. Siith st.
HAS a Polar Hear cold leetT No. If he wears
Harris's Polnr Calf Fhoes. 417 N. Sixth st.
srruATiojis wanted m ale.
ACCOl'NTANT (eipert). will balance, oo'n.
close, systematlre. audit or straichten books,
keep small sets: reasonable. Zumpfe. Ilenoist
Ltiildine. Kinloch It 261.
AltTIST-Sltuation by artist: commercial or
newspaper work: examples of work. Address
;. H. A., air. Ohio ave.
IlAHHKIl Goo-1 union liarlier. with license,
wants ivwltlon. DI 12S. ItopltMlc.
llor.SKGH'l. WANTBO White clil for sen
eral housework; no washlnc or ltoninc. Apply
litis 01 rr.
COOK WANTICD A woman to cook in 6m2JI
bordlnc-hjuse. Call 2CC2 ljctibt.
COOK WANTi:D-At once: cood cook: with
bov i'i or ! vears ohl. 26K Pinnsv
.1KK WAXTKD-While cook: easy, good
r.nd permanent tsition. Aiplv 1 2A Maryland.
cook. irrc. v.'anti:d Cook: J23: rin for
gent-ra 1 hitunenork; two In family. tjtl Finney.
COOK WANTED Woman or nun for cook
and n-ist in central liousework. fdt Itavmond.
COOK WANTRU Competent cook for down
stairs work and laundry; btnall family; refei-
rce. JCH Wetmlnrter.
COOK WANTED A cood German Ctrl to
cook, wash and iron: small family: como pre
parrd to stay. &: Pace.
COOK WANTEI-GociI Gerinnn Ctrl: niw
be c.wd ook and do downstlirw work: goo.1
v.'aces. Sli.1 InKfellow liuleard.
HOUSDCIKL WANTED Servant-cirl in
small family; no ccokinc; pood home. 3117 t?.
Jeffenvn.
IIOrsCGIItL WANTED-7occl Ctrl for house,
v.ork who understand-, her business. 3632
ne.elar.d.
HOl'SEGHtL WANTi:iv-Good ciri for sen
rral housework: coixl waces. Apply at once
07 Cook.
UOrSEC.ini, WANTED Girl to assist with
ccneral housework; c home nlchts. 3033 Gias
cow idace.
HOUSEOIIIL WANTED Girl frr rtneral
hou.sework: small J.unlly: cood waccs. 3j33
Horton place.
IiniTSKGIRL WANTKf Girl for ceneral
houi-cwitrk; pol waces to the richt party.
3212 Harper st.
COOK. ETC. WANTED Girl to cook and
do ctneral housework; In small family: no
washlnc or Ironlnc; $20 per month. M West
minster tdace.
I1KI.P WAXTEn-FEMALE.
Sllicellutieonii.
IISHWASirn:t V,'ANTfa-Wh!to or colored
woman dishwasher; Jl per week. 7IC Olive St.;
upstairs- next door to iv-iieatetsen.
P13IAI,B HELP
42t) N. Ninth st.
WANTEI Sexton H.-os.,
ELKVAIOlt IiOY
old. 181'J I'ine st.
W.NTra-Uoy 15 years
ERRAND ROV WANTED Living south of
Clu.llteiu ave.; 52 a Week. Dp f.. ftepubiic.
TLc Trades.
ALL mlllwrichts anil mirhinery erectors ft
No 7l7i to attend sp'cial meetlnc at Eleventh
and Chestnut sis . Feb. 3. at 2 p. in.
IIKLP IVA.NTEP MALE.
MlTCllnnc'''''
vot.ITl'r. litrber Collece of Denver. Colo.,
or 1 sLj' Tex., offers advantages In teacb
"nc the. i'arli" trade tint cannot b- cad e;,e
SJ. Write mnrest branch for our terms.
(il-riCC I'A.V WANTED-OI jfsrerai expe
rl'nc"muu bs well recomn.etidcd. DD !. Re
public
imivtPI'S VI V.O TO Know ci vjroii
Paint Company's ilre, sale barsalns. for casS. at
K) N. .iainit
litRTEK WANTED-For sai.n: nu.ie men
nro'v without references. 211 Franklin ave.
ltI:Trn- I.TC. WANTKD-Hot'l I.rtr.
SS hou-eraVn. ; ass-Utant Lartender. JIj:
trf.rters. J25. 'JM Olive.
SEVERAL jourc men to work m laciorj-.
clvince to leatn sooi trades: Slrt week to stait.
with ndianceiaer.t. Applv 1230 ; e.
Si;'j:itL younc :nn to worK in ruan;
dry b.1i crra.er- and hirdware houses; J12
wi'-k to start; chance to advance. Apply 123.)
Olive
TRLCKERS and wacon helpers for n'ho'wul-
bouse.-, railroads- and express companies. ,4ppi
i: o:u
TWO lounc men (from country preferred) to
..,rt- in wholesale. Kiocery house; t!2ieek to
tart- char.co to airance. Apply 123') Olive.
KMtlllfR WANTi:D-Oood
work. 2323 Coutheau axe
bstber. stoady
UARHER WANTED-Rarber to work at club;
must l" lirst-class. DD 134 Republic
RAl'.ltER WANTED-First-class ta'lnr: Call
313 Collln-vllle live.. East ,-t Louis, til.
IIARUER. WAXTKD Good, -lnsle barter: M
week, botrd and ruom: no studt-nt or hooze
ilchter Adlix-s Hn W. Alba. Cairo. 111.
RARTENDER WANTHD-Germnn awl
Ian. 1711 N. Jefferson.
Jtal-
REJTMAKER WANTED Rtltmaker. compe
tent to superintend factory: L.th cloth and
leather b"lts: only competent m.n nteil apply.
Asber & Furth Nov. Co.. fia W.i'-hlnjtton ave.
RLACKSMITH AND HELPER WANTED
Gooil ciiiriae blacksmith and helper; steady
work. 2431 l.indell.
IJL'TCHER WANTED Iitperier..-c-l butcher
to work in shop and deliver orders; stnql mail
preferred. 12tjy Cliouteau.
"O.MPOSITOR WANTED Job compositor.
Spalding ytallonen- 'o.. s;l Olive st.
COOK WANTED I-"irs:-cUss
Applv Gninil Avenue Hotel.
f'JCCLd coolL
PISPiUIIrT WANTED-One r-slstercd in Illi
nois; countrj' town; ealary cood. DD 10f, Republic.
riltST-CLASS hotel chef: also bread taker.
Autocrat Asswiatlon. SI. Pin-. Fee ded-l-(d.
JOlt-PltESH FEEDER WANTED Experi
enced Jjb-press fet'.ler. Apply printlnc department-
yi N. Commercial st.
3IACHIN1ST WANTED-To put no Zeno sum
mH'-liines. Ar-p.y IP) S. ?V'venth st Arnold.
MEAT CWTTKIC WANTED AiTly at once at
4133 Kastnn.
GIRL WANTEO
1221 S Ketenth St.
girl wanted To work in factor-. Apply
114 N. Main st.
GIRL WAXTUD Good,
4123 Easto:i ave.
clrl for restaurant.
GIRI WANTEr-C.Irls to wrap eaz dyes;
rood waces. 612 M Slxtli st.
GIltL WANTED Apprentice clrl to learn
millinery. 427 Vandeventer and Olive.
GIR'.S WANTED M clrls. It rears ard over:
S3. 30 fir week to start. 323 N. Main st.
GIRLS WANTED To learn how to feed
press. New Horn ITlntlnc ., .. s. Second.
GIRLS WANTED OlrM experienced in wrap
plnc and labellr.c of medicine. Call 303 X.
Commeiviai.
GIRLS WANTED- From 13 to 1 yars old;
exiterlenco not necessary. Inland Typo Foundry,
Twelfth and Locust st.
GIRL WANTBD-UIrl for b-il. rv-store nnrl
n-.ist in housework: cood waces; nle place:
Uerman prefened. 272r. Ciiouteau.
Waltreasea.
DINING-UOOM GIRL
looni ciri fir restaurant.
WANTED Dlnlnc
2123 Market st.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED DtnJnK
lotun clrl in restaurant. 14V. . ltroniiway.
DINING-ROOM GIRLS' WANTED Two x-t-erienced
dlninc-rooni cirl. at once. 2313 Olive.
WAITRESSES WANTEL
811 Morcan.
WAITRESS WANTED
!t Pine st.
WA1TRI-SSBS WANTED-Expcrtenced. Call
at M7 Mcrcan.
IIOrsRGHtL WANTED Girl for ceneral
housewcrk: ce-d home for the rlcht ciri. Gill
1321 S. Rrcadv.ay
IIOUSEG1RI.S WANTED Two inilustrioul
clrls lor ceneral housework; no outfcldo vvori.
DI) 44. Republic.
HOrSEGIRL WANTED Good Kirl for cen
eral housework: cccd cook, S3 per week. 101
X. Channir-jr ave.
I tARTEXDER Situation ai bartender liy
younc nian; slncie; reliable; experiencexl: cood
refetrnces. DD 22. Rep-Jbllc
HOOKKEEl'ER Wants emploj-menl after 6
p. m.; any ktnd of clerical work. DD 65. Re-public!
IlOOKKEEPBR-Sltuatic.il by younc man as
ltftokkecper eir .:ile man; exjeilenced; excel
lent relei-enee". DI) K-fi. Republic.
HOOKKEEl'ER Double entry; 23. corre
sttondlnir in 1-iRlanel and Germany, with first
class references, wants i-oritlon; salary moder
ate. DD 4. Republic
R00KKEEP1:R Hrst-clas bookkeeper and
accountant; 15 yiars' experience as auditor and
office manager, at present employca, wants to
chance. DD 41. Republic.
1IUTLER Situation as nrst-chvw butler. 4113A
Fairfax.
ItUTCHER First-class meat cutter; German,
sinsle man, wlshe i-osltion in meat market;
citv or countrj'. I'lea30 answer. DD 35, Re-public.
CHEF wants poltion: can furnish best of
reference. DD 7i. Republic.
CHEF Would like to make contract with
manager of some new hotel; World's Fair sea
son; references. DD 3-. Republic.
HOCSKGIRL WANTED I7lrl for ceneral
hourewoik: family ol two; must be good ccok.
Call 3103 Maple Ve.
HOCSKGIRL WANTED Girl for ceneral
housewotk: no washlnc: small family; Rood
wapes. 7-17 Rayard.
HOrsEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for ceneral
housewrrk: no wahiuK. 30) lllalne ave, twe)
block south of Park.
HOrSEGIRI, WANTED Girl for crnerai
housework: eletman preferred: immediately.
4' Washlnctfli ave.
HKl'SKGIRl. WANrED Girl for ceneral
he-UMvvork; mall family: nlco home; coexl
vvsces. 3431 FranKUn.
HOCSKGIRL ETC.. WANTED-GIrl eT mid-dle'-accd
vvoinan to assist with cen?ral l-ous?-work.
3103 Macazlne.
HOfSEGlRL WANTED
housework: small fomllv:
waces. 36K Calls ave.
Girl for ccneral
) washing; cood
WAITRESS WANTED Experienced walt
res. $'. week. 113') Washlncton nve
WAlTRES-t WANTED Expert: call Immedl
atelv; colored: cood salary. 3.f.54 landell.
WAITRESS WANTED Flrst-clas.1 waitress
for boaitliitc-houso: cood waces; nico homo.
Applv 230 1)CU1.
GIRLF4 WANTED-Rrich. little clrls nlnwit
1.3 year1 old to run errand and learn muslin
underwear makinc. 713 N. Seventh.
MEAT TTTKIt WAXTEIi-I'irst-clasi meat
cutter. 3S Unlt.ii Market.
1'AINI'EFIS eVANTED To know of Grote
Ialut company's tre sale t-arcaln?. for cssh. at
00 X italn st.
PANTSMAKKR WANTED Stea.lv work:
best e.f pay. Sexton Rros.. I2i) N Ninth.
PAPER CCTTER WANTED-Younc man on
Iab.-li and stock.. Apply Mercantile L'ox and
1-ibel ojnipanv. 2pv ,s. Third st.
PLlWlr.EHS WANTEI-Cojne lUis. want
lirst-elsss nonunion jdumbers. 4:32 liston ave.
Del 73!
WANTED-For th United States Marina
'"orp- able-bodied, unmarried men. between
si and 33. cecl eboracter; must speak, read an 1
-.rrlt Encllsh: marines sent at sez. rn men-of-
war in all TlTts oc ine worm. .n i.-i iu ou
la.'aml plo-.essions. and at naval stations la
United Stato. Arplv Recrultlnc OfSce. Cus-
toros bullo'ng. Elchlh and Oiive sts.
V(,l-,-i; MAN WANTEIv Vounc. stronc
n.n. 2713 Park.
YOt"N; men everywhere, copy Itter3, home
evenings $'t 3') week. Send addressed ..nvelopo
for p'irtlrularx. Manager Dept.. W 33. 1101 J4U.
Philadelphia. Pa.
AGE.VTS AND SALESMEN.
WWWVVVteMMV
.ilCMnen.
SAl-ESMAX WANTED For printinc; coo-1
opnlnt; for vonns man with some trade. Ap
Ply 3H S. Third st.
SAM2SMEX WAXTE1-Wh. hare had epe
rltnce sellinc jco-xls to solicit business from
larsc traiin In city: must U- husttera and fur
rlsh flrt-cla? reference. DD 321. Renuhllc.
4vsIyw.s"
AKtiit.
AGKXTS WAXTED Men and women to sell
filter: ptone altera. 2c up. 703 I1n.
AGCXTS WANTEI Elff money; quick re
turns. Call at 3W7 I'ranKJIa ave., fatar Por
trait Cc
A.KXT?i WAXTKI-I'leasant. profitable;
with business offlc-s; gentlemen or ladle?. Call
from 12 to 2 or 5 to 7. Shattcn & Co-, room
C3 Mi-wr Hotel.
AGENTS WAXTED Agents to well our cele
brated rold Rlaj letter, wrdte ecameld letter?,
blue te. sIkhs. chipped glass signs, etched
ctns. door and name plates. hoi3 numbers.
etix-et name plate. We chare for isamples.
tut upon return of sarae refund ym- tiioney.
C. T. Hnbbartt. 32? Clark ave. i" trfjuia. Mo.
Solicitors.
SOLICITOR WAXTE1 1'rlntlnff solicitor. A.
H. Wjers Pttr. Co.. 14 X. I'ourth st.
CanvaHMcrs.
4Vi1tw
CAXVAlrSEItS WAXTED City
work; jrood mnner for producers,
p. m. 123 S, Eleventh st. "
newspaper
Call 4 to 6
EMIL.OYMET AGB?fCIC3.
IKES FEEDERS WAXTED
pra. Hart Prtir. Co.. Ri X.
- For GordDa
Rlchth st.
1'KESSKR WAXTED Gorl press r at encej
steaily work; croud pay. 3317 Finney.
RETOrrHER AX1 FINISHER WAXTED
Steady imition for th rlht one. Schwuip.
photo;r.piV-r. 117 Kranklln ave.
SAWYER WANTED A flrFt-cIa un-to-daie
circular sawyer; mun be familiar with III;.
steam, niccfr and sJiotpun feid; l.ea.thy liga
tion. Eas-t Ooat Eumber Co.. Watertown. F.a.
SHOEMAKER WANTED Rouah rounder.
V.enheliner-t)wart3 Shoe Co.. Twentieth and
Chestnut.
4URI.fi WANTED-To learn to make artificial
flowers; paid while larninfT; steady nort.
RorentnI-Sloan Millinery Co.. 1013 Washlne-ti-ii
av.
GIRI. WANTI-n-Glrl, lfi or 17 year old. to
learn In photo-mphle studio; mii-t have talent
for di-awlnc. Schwelff. the Hiotoumpher, 1737
Franklin ap.
GIKIjS WANTED Girl to loam to mak
artfilcial tlowt-r; iiid whil- lernius. also rose
miker; hlchest waces. A. R. Rlfkln. ;). X.
Enirhth. serond flfMr.
KITCHEN GIRI. WANTED Good kitchen
Ciri; call early. Elm sU entrance Southern
Hotel.
KITCHEN GIRI WAXTED Gnod plrl or
weman to insist in kitchen; German preferred.
Call between 7 end 9 a, m. at 414 Market rt
WAITJII2SS WANTED Good slrl to dn walt
Ine; on tabl" and chamtier work; no cooking or
laundry work. W4 X. Klmc's hlshway.
LauDdressra
WViWl.
'
RAXDEIt AND BODY IROXER WANTED
Experienced. Now mcrican jUiundrj' Co
Twenty-first and Morcan.
IRONER WANTEI3 Experienced Ironers to
press and Told ladls underwear; steady work
and pood pay. ?!. N. Seventh.
I-AENDRESS WANTED
470.". Vernon.
IAUNDR1N3 WANTED First-clans laun
dress. fWj Vernon ave.
IjADIES wanted eerwhere. copjlnc letters
at hom, erenlncs rr Fpar- time. nil return to
up; no miillnrr i-r canvassinc; 59 weeklj' earned,
in'it' rials fre': inr:o-o hclf-addrfsseii emclnp
fcr particular. Guarantee Co., '(. W 03, Ninth
M Philadelphia. I'a.
D1NEN-ROOM WOMAN WANTED-An ex-
rfrl-nred hotel linen-room woman. Moser llo
tel. M3 Pine st.
MOEER CoIIece. 1R0 Tine st.. wants ladies
to learn hair dresinc mantcurinj; or facial
ma'i.iito by nw method; few- week complete?;
graduates placed at top wages; splendid chance.
Call or write.
SHOEMAKERS WAXTED Kcuch roarders
on men e fine Goody car welts. Werthtlmor
wartz. Twentieth and Chestnut.
SIHEMAKEILS WANTED Three first-clasa
second lasterH on women's turns. The I'rown
Sl'e Co.. ITichteenth and Vi'twh sts.
SHOKMxXilERS WANTED Fair stitcher on
rnvn's and Ud'ts work. Werthelmer-Swarts
S1i-t- o T-ept!eth and Oitnut "ta.
SHOEMAKEItS WANTED Flrst-clasr second
lastern on ladles' l.ne turn sho-s. Hamllton
RrCiAn Shoo Co, Twenty-tirst and locust sts.
SHOEMAKEIU. ETC.. WANTED Shoemak
ers, rhi1 edj tnmrrer ard cood. bright Nys
to leoni trade. Frllman Rros. shot Co., Ia
elflc Factory. .lefferson and Midlron.
SHOEMAKERS WANTED-FIrst-cIass heeler
on ladleV woifc; also cool first and (weend
lasteis 'ii turns; cn-d jiij n-l steady YfO-k.
Frle-lni.m Rn. Shoe "-x. 2117 Ivut ft.
SHOBMAKERS .VAXTBD-CfOffi first and
secrnd Hptr on turn; also men to put on
French heel; stetdr work and cool pay to
th right men. Friedman Rros. Shoe Co., 2S17
Loeus-t nt.
STn''KFlTTKIU ETC. WANTED Experi
ercifl stockilttrr: also bov to tm up channels.
Scuthern Shoe Mfir. Co.. 9- X. Twelfth
W OMAN
kitchen, ia
W A NTED Woman
Pine st
to work in
WOMAN WANTED- Young or mbMIe-ased
woman to help In kltehen. 213S Kug'nia at.;
two Mrrck- west cf PnJon Station.
l.AI.'NDRESS WAXTEI Experienced laun
dress; steady positlun. with references. 123
Fairmount.
I.FXDRi:SS WANTKIJ White woman;
steady work: J3.r0 week. Rerry House. 70 St.
Clair aw-., Eart St. Iui". III.
HOPSEGIEI, WANTED Girl for general
houwork; mut be took; wages J15 to TI8; no
washing. 412SA Mndell.
HOFSEGIRR WANTEI-Glrl for general
houFew-otk. Apply W. F Florence. 31 Raugh
au.. lia:t St. Ijouhi. III.
HorSIHRI. WAXTED 5lrl --r woman for
general houewrK: small family of adults:
cood wages. 313 Rns'll.
CHEF Situation by French chef, with best
of references, in first-class hotel or clubhouse;
Mrictly confidential. Ii; i. Republic.
LETTER Ixist. Important later, addressed
to, Edward F. Kearney, ceneral superintendent
Terminal Association. Please return to 3035
Lucas ave. and nvelve reward.
POODLE Ist. white ioo(Jle: answers to
name of Floss.; reward. 4321 Wet Ilelle.
ItRSE Iost. silver purse. Sunday after
noon, between Prairie and Vonde venter, on
Page. Return to 2S15 Page.
WATCH Ixt. lp.aies gold watch between
Casi av. and High School: finder will receive
reward by returning. 3711 Cas ave.
STOCKIIOLDKRV S1KETIXG5?.
" i i n-n M-t-irw-i-W-MMsrfcjVVWV-4srLni
m STOCKHOLDERS' Meetlug-St. Louis. Mo.,
Jan. 23. 394. Xotlce is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders or the Bell
Telephone Company of Missouri, for the elec
tion of directors and for the transaction of such
other business as may le thereat presented, will
be held at the office of the company. 920 Olive
V In the cltv of St. I-ouls. In the State of
Missouri, on Tuesday, the sixteenth day of Feb
ruary. A, D. ID". Polls open from 9 a. m. to 12
"in. By order of the Board cf Directors.
EDWARDS WIUTAKER.
Vice I'resident.
Attest: rrltz Nisbet. Secretary.
HT. LOUIS. IKON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTH
ERN KAlLtA'ti' titipANV.
I ecU on Notice. Notice Is hereby giver that
the annual meeting of stockholders of th St.
Loil. Iron Mountain and Southern Railway
Con Tjany will be held at the general office cf the
ccirpany. In the city of St. Louis, Mo., on TU
day. March S. 19M. at 8 o'clock a. m.. for the
lection of thirteen directors for the ensuing
tear, and for the transaction of any other
uhinees that may come before said meeting.
The annual meeting of the directors will be
held et the same office on the same day at 12
o'clock noon. The transfer books will be closed
on Saturday. January 20. 3901. at 12 o'clock
noon, and reopcnd on the day following the
annual meeting of the stockholders, or any
adjournment thereof.
GEO. J. GOULD, President.
A, H. Calef. Secretary.
New York. January 22. 190.
CLERK Titpcrlencrd young man clerk
confectionery, notions or cigar stand. DD
Republic.
CLERK Reliable man. middle-aged. doIres
position- as clerk or collector; best of refer
vnccs. DP Sit. Republic.
CLERK bit nation as bank rlerk In St. Ixiuls
or Iirg's Western city, experienced; references.
Address, stating salary, W. E. McWhorter,
Roanoke. Va.
DRIVER Situation to tako rare of hors6 and
drive; speaks English and German. DD 7S, Republic.
ENGINEER Al constructing and station
ary, licensed engineer wi.he position: can give
references If reqtilrej. 1)1 112. Republic.
HOSTLER Situation by colored man to tako
care f horses and work around place; cood
references. DD 43. Itepuhllc.
HOTEL CLERK Situation a3 hotel clerk.
night cr day. Address J. W. Sha;pe. aSLOj
Page.
HOrsEROY Situation by colored boj a
l,ous!ioy or work In office, lor. s. Twentieth.
MEAT 1"L"1TER Situation bv first-class meat
cutter; has also experience in buj Ing. L-Jl
S. Tenth st.
MILLWRIGHT Situaticn by n millwrlcht or
carpeatr m wholesale lioue or manufacturing
company; skilled mechanic. DD O. Rpuhll
OFFICE WORK Young man, well educate!,
quick and accurate; 4 jcars business experi
ence, desires position In office work; best icf
crences. DD C5. Republic.
PAINTER Good fresco ard plain, wishes
work with a good firm. Colorbrese, SOS A N.
Sarah st.
HOVSEWOMAN WAXTKD Woman near by
for a couple r.f hours housework three morn
ings each week. 43S1 Iage.
HOrSEGIRL WANTED-GIrl for general
homework; wapes JIG to SIS; no washing; must
be km). I cook. 422A L.ndH.
HOPSEGIRL WANTED Girl for rjeneral
housework and to wait on dining-room table.
Call at once at 4i."2 Washington
HOFSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
Iicut-woT--; pialn cooking; smnll family of 3;
no wa-lilpc: wag" $1. 3IM Luca.
HOPSEGIRL WANTEl-GIrl fcr housework
In small fpndlv; gowl wages. 1S27 Kennett
place, half block south of Iafayette.
HOl'SEGIP.L WANTHD-Girl for general
housework; gooil home for ilerht girl; three in
family; gorl wages. 352r N. Broadway.
HOFSEGIRL WANTED A good girl for gen
eral housework; good wages: nic homo; only
two In family. Cell at .7'.G Cabanne ave.
WAS 1 1 E R WOM A N WA NTED Washerwoman
this morning; como ready for work. 3103 N.
Eleventh.
UrrssmnUers and Senznitreaaea.
GIRLS WAXTED-Girls to sew on power ma-chln-.
80S St. Charles st.
GIRLS WAXTED Raster girla to sew on
csts. J310 Riddle, second floor.
GOWNMAKER WA NTED First-class gown
maker, at once; moderate terms; also good mil
liner. 1201 Pendleton.
WAIST MAKERS WANTED Waist and
skirt makers; good pav and steady worn; new
factory. High Art. l(J5 Washington.
ri arses.
UMas'sNAAs
Nl'RSE WANTED With refernce.
Nl'RSEOIRi;
2127 Kranklln.
WANTED Nursecirl. Call at
NURSE WANTE1 ejomptent nurse to tako
rarp of three children. Applr at once K)')3
Pace, corner Hamilton
SCRI'RWOMAN WANTED iJenmn weman
to scrub. 317 OIIvo st.
When Out Shopping
Call and gee the bargain. In new and
secondhand houHhoId goods at
LANG AN & TAYLOR S. & M. CO..
1123 Washington ae.
HELP AVANTED MALE.
Clerics nnd Collector!.
e.rfssVW"w
V'eVMW'li
BOOKKEEPER. ETC. WANTED-Assi-.tant
IxMkke per. J50; offlc men. $C; collector; other
openings. American Business Bureau. 91! Olive.
BRIGHT young man: familiar itli grocery
business; $Z0 board. Autocrat Associilijn. Ml
Pino.
CLERK WAVT'-n) Experienced
clerk. Apnlv 41 CVok.
TINNER WANTED Good nll-anund timer.
S07-.W ciu-k ae.
WOOIWORKER WANTEl-Wool shnper
anil worker at .T rferson and Gravois shops, St.
Ijou!s Transit Q.
MIscellaneonft.
ACTIVE lfiuntr man ( count rv prrferre3):
salary $14 week; steady advancement. Autocrat
AsrHiatlon. SK Pine.
ALL those desiring help or seeking situations
may register with the Free Employment Bu
reau of the Stat Labor Bureau of Statistics,
&13i Chestnut st.: situation, and help fcTo
n I shed free of charge. Tel. Kinloch A SU.
UL'Sirt'ESS WASTED
A BARGAIN in street and evening dresses;
highest prices paid for cast-off clothing; postal;
Ktr.loeh A 215. Mr?- Miller. COT Walhut,
AN Acknowledge! Pct Wo fan s?ll your
business and not charge two prices; "nulcJc
sales" our motto. MnrrI.s-Au"ton O.. 2243 OIlv-.
BRICK work and concreting for steam, planta
contracted for by Ge. W. Howes. 413 S,
Twelfth st.
EUREKA Prtntinc Co.. 321 X. Third Low
rates en our printing this weeU.
GR.VXI Ke.Iuctions JC pants. J3.5o: suits to
oider; work guaranteed. London Tailoring, 931
X. Broadway
NEW York Shoe Repairing Co. Men's halt
role. ST; ladls. c; good work. 21U2 N.
Broadway.
l'HOEXIX Iwi Curtain Cleaning Q., 2T
fpsi ae. ; ln?t work; lowest prices.
TOWNS in Illinois. Indiana rnd Missouri
wanting banks address with particulars; DB
IP. R'pi:hlie.
PAINTERS WANTED To know of Grot
Ptint Company's nrt sale b&rsains. for cash, at
!' X. Main st.
WATCH" repairing d-.ne: hlehest price paid
for old gold and silver. 1SI3 Market.
ansCsCLivAXEovs avamts.
A BIG lt of old feathers wanted for hos
pital, Indian Territory; big prlc; any quan
tity: send postal. Rensingcr. 113 X. Twelfth st.
DESJIC WAXTED Sccemdhand roll-top ilek,
4U or o feet long. Vogel Buel Sodxi Water Oi..
22" Lnch st.
PIXTPRES WA NTED Secondhand grocery
an.I meat fixtures, at emce, for cash. 200S Ollvo-
NORTH American koM bonds Nos. 400").
) and 70. DD 104, Itepubllc,
lOOL TABLE WANTED 44x3 pool table;
must 1 In gt-od order and cheap. DD 113, Republic-
TO buy secondhand 10-foot lathe. 20-lnch
swing. 6 fet between center; also drill press.
DD 'J-l. Republic.
LL pecplo locking for work. all on The
largest and only tinc.rprated) employment bu
reau m St. Louis. American Business Rure-iu.
919 OhVe.
AN experienced upholsterv salesman: furni
ture department; whohale house: gool salary.
Autocrat Association. M6 Pine.
BUGGY WASHER WANTED Flrt-clas.s
huccv warher and all-around man. Call at
one. V.'orM' Pair Livery Stable. 3II- irark.
CARRIAGE DRIVER WANTEIV-Call at 1317
:. Jefferson.
CARRIAGE DRIVERS WANTED L. Spell
brink. 1321 Franklin ave.
COPPLE WANTED- To take charge of room -lnc-house.
r-xi S. Broa-Hvay.
DININ'G-RiX-M MAN "WANTEIV-A clean
-nung man to make himself useful in the dfn-inc-mor.i.
"all twti X. ITirhlh st.
WAXT to buv a large setxcidhand ftife, flro
ard burglar proof; what have you? DT 127,
RP'iMia
WANTE1 National cash regtoter for cash,
CN 32, Itepubllc.
FOR SALE MISCCLLAXEOCS.
A GERM-PROOF stona filter. 5c: sufficient
drinking walr for family; $7.50 hydrant fitter.
jv. gies &i gallons. 73 line.
ADAMS, stationer, 314 X. Sixth, sells moro
Waterman Fountain Pens than any house In St,
Louis: Jt-25 to $15; mail orders filled.
ALL kinds of tin, copper and sheet-Iron work;
stoiM. ran-re ana furnaces repaired. Condon
Rr .. Wil MarKet st.
BARGAIXS In clothing, overcoats', samplo
shoes; liatj at 50c on the 51; special price for
country merchants. S. Gordon. SW Morgan st-
DIS11WASIIER WANTI-rU- Good man dish
washer, ('nil at fi:3(at 2-Wii X. Jchth t.
DRIVER WANTED Gool.
332 Iyiulslana.
reliable driver.
ClERKS WANTEI-Hotel clerk. 110 week:
two grocery clerks, 312; dry gooil?. $IS. 91a
OHp.
CLERKS AND OFFICT1 ASSISTANTS
WANTED Younc men; JS to $10. Ivigh Bros.,
1025 Century.
NL'RSE WAXTED An experienced nurse for
two children; must speak Knglish and German
and hae references. 171 Missouri ave.
Clerks nnd Collector.
ADDRESSERS WAXTED Young
neat, rapid writers; JG (temporary).
Brnn . 1"2 Century.
ladles;
Lelch
HOPSEGIRL WANTED Girl or woman for
Hunt Imusework and plain sewing; good homo
and wants- Apnly grocery store. 4MC Easton.
HOPSEGIRL WANTED-Colorod girl: house
work; between 14 nnd 17 years old; good waces.
Call between 11:51 and 2 o'clock. Mrs. Hill.
374$ Olive st.
HORSEWOMAN WANTED SVttled white
woman to nsMst with hnutworfc. 2?27 Luca.
WOMAN WANTED ail'ldie-age! wmmn to
work In a family; no washing. CSSfi Page ave.
IlookUi-epprn.
ROOKKEi;PER WANTED-Yeung lady, troo.1
1enmon, altf good at figures; one with some
knowledge of bookkeeping and stenography pre
ferred; state salary expected. DD 132. Republic.
PANTSMAKER wishes position; good, steady
and sober man. DD 311. Republic.
IORTER Situation by young color il man for
light del!ery wagon or porter. 721 Bayard.
George Lee.
SALESMAN Situation by reliable, sober man
of 2i. as cltv salesman or collector; gool Judg
ment and abll'ty: experlertccd ; Rood reference.
DD 117. Republic.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OP STOCK
HOLDERS AND DEBENTURE MORTGAGE
BONDHOLDI7RS OF THE WABASH RAIL
ROAD COMPANY.
To the Stockholders and Debenture Mortgage
Bondholders of THE WABASH RAILROAD
CTIMPANYt
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special
meeting of the stockholders and debenture
mortgage bondholders of the-Wabash Railroad
Company will be held at the office cf Smith &
Beckwith 4 the Keneral attorneys of the com
pany for th State of Ohio), en the fifth flcor
if the Produce Exchange building. In the city
of Toledo. State of Ohio, cm Tuesday, the 22d
day.of March. 1904. at 9 o'clock a. ro., for th
purpose of considering, voting and acting upon
the following matters, viz:
1. The Increase of the authorized common
capital stock of thla company toy the amount
of. C0.000.aw, such Increase to consist of 6
COT shares of the par value of 1100 each; and
The ratification of the execution of the
trust agreement between this company, and the
Howling Green Trust Companjand others, as
trustees, to secure J10.(X.0W first lien fifty-year
four per cent terminal gold bonds In the form
approved by the Board of Directors, In pursu
ance of the resolution adopted at the last an
nual meeting of the stockholders and debenture
rnortgage bondholders of this company, and
the issue of bonds as therein provided.
The bocks for the transfer of stock and de
lenture mortgage bonds of - the company will
M closed for the purpose cf the meeting at 32
o clock noon .on February 20, 3904. and will b
reopened at 10 o'clock a. m. on March 23, 1901,
By order of the Board of Directors.
, . fi JOSEPH RAMSEr, JIL, President.
JwmfOtteson,. Secretary.
VUtfllT Tor. Januarj H ish, -ti-ito4jrJ
UPHOLSTERER Situation by upholrterer.
furniture repairer and matresArnaker at your
home; best references. 3452 N. Garrison ave.
WATCHMAN Experienced watchman would
llk position: day cr night; best of references.
TE II. Republic
WORK Practical trader wants work,
address John C Fox. 2311 N. Union.
WORK Situation to do general office work.
Including stenography. DD it)r Republic.
WORK Young man would like position; day
or nlcht: ccn give good references. TE 32, Republic.
WORK Young man of 22 wishes position of
any kind; not afraid of work. Hugo irambee,
2117 Olive.
WORK Work that I can do In my room at
night: am capable nnd will do it reasonable.
DP 9L Republic
WORK Gentleman, w 1th live years' office
experience, de-dres position with some reliable
firm. DD S7. Republic
WORKT Situation by young man for office or
stoek; have had office experience; best of refer
ences. i)D 94. Republic.
WORK Reliable vnur.g man wishes am kind
of work: experienced In running elevators cf all
kinds. DC 13. Republic
WORK Situation bv reliable, honest young
man. 3P vcar old; work of any kind; willing
worker. DC 33. Republic
WORK By jouiig Frenchman of 22, position
cf rxrne kind in factory or shop, with view of
promotion, DD 102. Republic
STENOGRAPHERS WAXTED Experienced
younc lady stenocrapher?; manufacturing 50;
publishing. S40 manufacturing (Indiana). JO;
lumber experience (Tennessee). 510, $. Ivigh
Bxpq- IVlti Century.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED-Younc lady or
gentleman htenopranher; -ne who van act as
cusmer sna clerk tn hotel if necessary; will
gi,e room In addition to salary; but applicant
must le thoroughly honet nnd nulck: a good
place for the right party. DD 10$. Repuolic
CLERK WANTED Young lady for retail
candy; must le experienced and state salary
expected. DD 107. Republic
The Trailca.
AAAAAAWkr
ltrtANniEus. r.Te. wanted Good
hranchers em artificial tlovvers: ali-o rosemakers.
A. R. Rlfkin. ifts N. Eighth, second; tlemr.
LININGMAKERS WANTBtt Friedman Rros.
Sheie 4.. I'aelflc Fiictory. Jeffen-on an.I Jlaell-Fon.
OI'KRATORS WANTED Icperlenccd. on la
lle.v muslin underwear. SterlinK JIfB. Co., 143
Olive.
PRESSERS WANTED On ladles' muslin un
derwenr. Stcrllns llfK. Co.. I4n Olive st.
SHIRT-WAIST MAKERS WANTED We pav
highest prices and the easiest system: steady
work always. Olian Bros.. 717 Lucas ave.
SKIVBRM WANTED On One work. Wer-tbeimer-Swartu
Shoe Co.. Twentieth era
CTheRtnut.
SKIRTJIAKERS WANTED Steady work all
year: hipheyt prices. Irosress Mfg. CJo., 717
.19 Lucas ave.
TA1LORKSS WANTED Tallorca,. experi
ence.! on in coatmaklnjr. !! Division st.
RUBIOAM SHORTHAND COLLEGE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR Y0UHQ LADIES.
VAN0L BUUDIKE, OLIYE AND VANDEVENTER.
Barnes Business College,
Board of Education building. SU Locust rt.;
twenty-third ve-r; eight experienced Instructors;
tplendid equipment; personal Instruction. Call
or write for cataloirue.
NIGHT S0H00L.
JONES & HENDERSON BUSINESS COL
LEGE. GRAND AVE. AND WINDSOR PLACB
(OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL). Thorough Indl
xldual Instruction in shorthand, typewriting,
bookkeeping and all English branches. Posi
tions procured. Day Three months. JC3; cne
month, JIG. Night is per month. Call or write
for illustrated catalogue. Both phones.
WORK Younj: man of 23. speaking perfect
Ffcnch, wlchen position of anyklnd; good city
Jeferencosv jjd 103. ftkyuMifi , , ,
$4 per month. Shorthand, Bookkeeping,
Tonch Typewriting. Arithmetic, Penmanship,
Buslntis Letter WritltiCi Snelliae?. etc Individ.
uat Instruction: no classes. Pactions procured
for all graduates. 'Druughon's Practical Bual-
Tl'CKERa ETC., WANTED Experienced
tuckers, lace fillers, chemise, corset cover,
gown c-perators on muflln underwear; good pay;
steadv work. 715 N. Seventh.
CLERKS WANTED-SMpplng
receiving. J10; railroads. Jj up.
lean Busin-ss Bureau. 919 Olive.
clerk", S12;
Apply Amr
ENERGETIC young man: salesmin; statlon-ery-houe;
salary SIS week; expenses. - Auto
crat A ssi-icl.it ion. SH Pine.
GiOD. nctle
wholesale house;
tlon. Sr. line.
.oung man: shinning clerk;
$5." month. Autocrat Asccla-
MAN manage crew going South for winter;
$7. salary; expenses. Autocrat Association. 816
Pin.
MAN WANTED Offico man; mfg. concern.
JC"; real esute. jr.0; law office, J6v. American
Business Bureau. 919 Oil re.
MANAGER, ETC. WAXTED Office rrnn
cger. 17".; Iwokkecner. $7; timekeeper. Jfif:
salesmen, JV). American Business JIureau. 913
Olive.
MEX WANTEI To sell good on trains.
Apply 2QQ9 Walnut, near Union station.
YOUNG man to assist In real estate office and
collect; S15 week. Appl y 1230 OUe.
YOUXG men to run on passenger trains; $G
to JW week; through daylight runs STeuth. now
open. Apply 12SJ Olive.
Jjtenojrrintlicrs.
DRIVER WAXTED-One experienced on feed
wagon. 40." Eastnn.
DRIVER WANTED Steady man to drive
wagon: imitt bo ncounlntcd with rirets: young
man preferred. 4fi lace.
EXPERIENCED ciMnrin-aker. upboIMrs.
draftsmen, patternm.ik -rs. bench hand;; all top
wnges! Autocrat Asjocjation. M5 ilne.
IWtTORY HANDS. ETC. WANTED Ctolored
factory" riiim1.. $11 wek; pprter. housemen an i
janitor. Applv 919 OIIic. room 2.
KlREatAN WANTRD A day fireman. Horn's
Hot1!. Seventh and Pine.
HANDY min. s'ore. S2.". room b-,rd; steady.
Ilostlerp. ?2?. $43. Steady work: drivers.
C handy factory laltorers. ?I0. 312 week.
Colored p-rters. fanltors and Iriver.; steady.
Assistant lurtendr. ill, mi;i1; loiter.
Citok. helper?, J). S2" boa -J and ro.m.
2 one-horse express drivers. iW. MJ weelc.
2 milkers. $21. $25. board and roonu -teadj.
2 lunrh-cointT men. R. 15. hotels, free pass.
IJeeii"eil engineer. S3 dar. steadx work.
Young meat cutter, $23. SA month, hoard.
Bridge carpenters. South. t7. $ day.
2 hotel managers, under 40 years, country.
300 laborer?, teamsters. Oclo, 11. Tt.. West;
wares $1.73. 32 dav; fre pas trt-nlght.
All people out of work. all on the oldest
and largest employment comian in St. Iiula.
National Employment Co.. 112-11.". N. Sixth.
BUTCHER'S Ice N.x; 5x7,
725 Ic.
t:tY cur paints, glass, vsinishes. etc., from
Great "Western Paint and Cnlor Co.. 814 Man
chrler. J&l Ktston. 1911 Tark avea.; phones.
CASH register. $33; very little used; cont
SH'; come quick. BIedgett. 2ti2 Olive.
CASH registers lought. sold and exchanged.
Jamer. Djfly. EC X. Ninth st. Kinloch A 9S3.
CHEAP; ro sample trunks; all In flrst-clar!
condition. CIS Washington, Jlerkert & Meisel
Trunk (.
COAL Rest family, 13c bushel, delivered.
Southern CoI Co-. 313 S. Fourteenth; C 1M.
COAL, lie per bu.; photos with eery 25 buj
see us aiout tperlal rates for vour winter coaC
A. M. Mofr. am6 Chouteau; C 1975.
COUNTER shov cases; cheap: also two de
Very wagons. I-reunds. 1U S. Broadway.
DRUGS', pllla and tablet, cheap; suitable for
doctor, dispensing physician or hospital. Call
Dr. McGlnnls. Twelfth and Geyer.
GET jour shoe -repaired while you wait;
men's half soles, 33c; open evenings. American
Shoe Repairing Co. 2T53 Market. Kin. A 267.
HOUSE numbers. 3c; door bells. yc; washing
machines. 51, keys for any old lock. Standard
Tool U.. S22 N. Sixth st.
NATIONAL cash register; total adder; perfect
condition. Hear,- WeiL Cls Pine st.
JANITORS. ETC.. WANTED Janitors. $30;
watchmen. $W; oilers. $13: firemen, machinist
and helpers. 319 Olive, room 2.
MAN WANTE1 Man to attend furnace.
Cook-
.MAN WAXTED-Man to cut street car ties.
Applv 411. Hasten ave.
STEXOGRAPHERS WANTED RallroaiU $..
$fi0; express. $tt; lumber exierience. $73; gen
eral correpondence. $73: capable (some experi
ence). $60: manufacturing. $43; miscellaneous
vacancies always oi-en. Leigh Bros., 1025 Century.
VAMPERS. ETC., WANTED Tampers, top
stitchers, backs trap stitchers, llnlngmakcrs and
girls to learn. Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co.,
Twenty-first and Locust.
WAISTMAKERS, ITTC., WANTED Experi
enced watstmakeis; a!w girls to learn; very
beet pay; steady work. 617 X. Eighth St., be
tween Washington and Lucas ave.
MJsoollnncous.
'V'W'Ss4va
APPRENTICES WANTED To learn mllli
nery. W40 X. 'andevcnter.
APPRENTICE GIRL WAXTED For fancy
dressmaking. 2134 Allen ave.
APPRENTICES WANTED Girls from 14 to
16 yean of age to lonrn the hair trade Apply
70S N. Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED Usona Hotel,
King's highway and McPhcrscn.
CH AMBERMAID WANTED Chambermaid
at Horn's Hotel. Seventh and Pine.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED For boarding
house: good wages: nice home. Apply 23.3
lyjcu?:.
DISHWASHER WANTED Woman to wash
dishes. 11Z Olive st.. upstairs.
DISHWASHER WANTED Good white wom
an dishwasher. Restaurant. 2331OIlve st-
D1S2IWASHER. WANTEDWhlte woman to
wash dishes In restaurant. 1315 Market at.
TTXTAMIXERS WANTED Two exoerienced
examiners en ladles muslin underwear; $9 per
wticir tn rnmmMir Tvitli steadv vork rraaran
ness College, corner Tenth and Olive, CaH cr I tee? the yea? round; apply, at once, m X.
jrrtu orr nnris-jwcaaiocuv IssVeathrt.
Boakceperx.
EOOKIxEEPER "WANTED One who can uw
tvpewritcr. A. II. Wjers Printing Co., II X.
Fourth st.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Assistant book
keeper; young man; small town; Indiana: $W;
manufacturing. Leigh Ilroi.. 1025 Century.
I,EDGER MAN WANTED One who haa experience.
Laborer.
iiW'Ss4l
r.tinr.R CAnPENTEItS ETC. WANTED
TIrldge carpenter, near city. $2.25 to $2.75 per
dav; tunnel men. Arkansas; nlon coal miners-.
Illlncls: teamster, near city. Tim Sullivan.
i.aior Afrcnu i.i r. am enm.
MAN WANTED An r.1.1 man: tmall wags
to rgln w 1th : must have good reft-rences-7(3
Pine: urstalrs.
MAN WANTED "ioung man. IS to 29 years,
to lesrn the hardware business and to drive
delivery- wagon; German preferrcei. DD 101.
Itepubllc.
JiIAN WANTED Active voting man. to han
dle route for a laundry gto; wages $10 to $13
a week. Call from S to w Wednesday morning.
P. Morrison. 3H4 Law ton.
MEN WANTED To try Harris's 51& shoe.
Affl N. Sixth st.
MEX" WAXTED To sell bot tamares: stendy
worV. coo.1 iay. Mack's factory. 331 Clark ave.
MEX WANTED Handy men for roundhouse.
machine- shops, factories; $12 wt-ek. Apply 910
Olive, room 2. .
MEX WAXTEr Handy men for whola'o
hou1. $12 week; warehouse rren. $14; truckers,
freight handler.. $12r delivery drivers. $n;
ter.mters. $12. 913 Olive.
XEW Philippine Silver OMn-BeautJfnl for
ornamental novelties and souventrs; ent by reg
istered mall in exchange for American, or a
complete set for $2. Loulf McCutchon, P. Ol
Box 2fr. Manila. P, I.
POOL tables, bar fixtures, new and second
Land supplies. A. T. Moore. 3H3 Ciis ave.
SECONDHAND timber.
2I1C Bmarck.
STOVE repairs for any old stove. "FOR
KHAV:." Ill X. Twelfth st. Kinloch C97.
TEXTS and tarpadllns for sale or rent.
Loii.b Bltlng Supply Co.. 69 S. Fourth.
AQUAPURA FILTER.
The St. Louis favorite. Stand S6, Union Mar
ket. Both phones.
SHOW CASES.
FRED BENDER.
. ... 1419-21 OLIVB ST.
TeL: Kinloch B 1373. Bell Main S7B1I. Stanu
facturer of store fixtures and showcases, rumi
lure, Stoclt of complete store outfit for any
"a2i
FIFTEEN laborer to work around factory:
shin 8:20 a.' m. Shevlln Labor Agency, 601
Market.
LABORERS. ETC. WANTED Five hundred
laborers, trackmen, teamsters, choppers, grub
bers and statlan m-n frr nw- nilrtads In
Mississippi. Arkansas. KentJUv. Illinois ntid
Missouri; all ir?o rass; n'so v.nt camp cooks,
flunkies, camn hlacksmiths. m.m.
KOENIG'S L,BOR AGENCY.
612 Walnut st.
TEN laborers: I1L Central: $1.75: ten rock
men: $1.30 per daj. Shevlln Labor Agency, w7
Market- .
30 rxtni-gang- laborers for St. Lo:ls Valley
branch of Iron Mountain Railway: free pass:
chip 3 o'clock- this afternccn. II. I". Thitle. 31S
Walnut st.
LAJIOKICUS, ATTEXTIOV!
Loborers. teamsters and steam-drill runners
at (Tamp Omaha. Ark.: also Southwest Mis
souri; good wages and good camps: we ship by
way of Cotter, Arlc. nnd Carthage, Mo.: fre
pau: one reira jeortc Jaj,Xawna,-i.NNliiUi.
MEN AVAXTED To Irani barber trade; our
method saves years of apprenticeship : free
work; expert Instructions: diplomas and posi
tions given; inducements to distant applicants;
can earn expenses; investigate. Moler Barber
College, lllo Pine st.
YOUXG mm to prepare for firing locomotives
on all railroads; firemen average $55 monthly
and become enrlneers. averaging $123; good
health, sight and hearing required; send stimn
for particulars. Railway Association. Box ,$7,
Brooklyn. X. Y.
HAYWARD'S
Bueiress and Shorthand College, 219. 220 321 and
22$ Odd Fellows" building. Individual Icitmctior
in Shorthand. Tyoe writing:. Boekk-pIng. Arlth.
metic.imi Pentn&rsbin. fhon 973 D-jy sn4 nlht
MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
LrneoIaTrvirtBll4t..7thsadaejtButSU., 8tLonI.M.
BookkMpuis, ohortluind, Trtnirritiiif, Pnimoifcijl .
PE3f PAX JLXD SIGHT,
YOU HAVE OFTEN HEARS
That hv- purchaiinc vxiur household
cockI'j from ut yo can Rave 2 per cent.
LANGAX & TAYLOR S. & M. CO..
1S3 Washington ave.
mmmgmmmBaimi
CAUPET CLEASISG.
AAk,,ks4i
J"rfl'4V
ACib steam carpet cieamncr: So per yard.
4V) Hasten: phone Delmar 170S.
CIUCAGO Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.. W. X.
McCcurtney. mgr.; carpets renovated look lik
new. Lin. 203i: Kin. Del. 243L 3S23 Finney.
EMPIRE Hteam Carpet Cleaning CO.; carpets
taken up. cleaned, made over and laid; lowest
prices. 2122 Lucas ae.; Beaumont 220; Kin
loch C lS.
KNTERPRISn Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.
Special attention to altering, sewing, relaylne.
Easton and Pendleton aves. Lin. "274M; Del. 7W.
EDUCATIONAL.
TAKE a course In SL Louis Watchmaklnif
School. S813 Easton ave.. and become. first
ciiua iBwcisjr. ixau tMs cuuniar.
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