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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: .WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2, 1904.
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BWTHS, CARRIAGES
AND DEATHS.
Mamwvsmv
RECORD OF BIRTHS.
William and Mena Pope, De Kalb and Rus
sell; KliL
Abraham and Bella. Pastel, 105 North Four
teenth: boy.
Henry and Zola Price, 4043 Lucky; boy.
Thomas and Maggie Mcllugh. 2112 Dickson:
Cirl.
George Edward and Catherine Mitielfeld. 5011
Division; girl.
August and Ida Seuther. 212 Miami: girl.
Nicholas and Marj- Madlgan. 4414 Penrose;
girl.
William and Susan Kemp. 1414 Clinton; boy.
John and Emma Laughlln. 1451 Wright; cirl.
Henry and Ada IClossenmeyer, 2244 North
Eleventh: girl.
George, and Lena Knoemblum. 1522 Franklin;
girl.
R. W and Annl Wray. SS24 Lincoln: hoy.
Charles F. and Ora White. 4111 North Second;
boy.
Frank and Minnie Wolfbauer. IOCS Oregoa:
boy.
John F. and Charlotte Wange. 2210 Gravola;
girl.
Herman and Annie WIerhack. 2111 De Soto;
Clrl.
H. and A. Temme. 2415 Menard: girl.
Christ and Llizle Scbulz. SS12 Manchester;
girl.
H. and K- Repoel. 1S11 South Broadway; boy.
If. W. and Annie Rulkoetter. 253 Hebert;
plrl
Charles and Emma Fllllktn. 191") South Sev
enth; twin girls.
Frank and Emma Kalenofskl. 1441 South Sec
ond: girl.
John and Kathrina Konstlner 2334 Tolk; boy.
Arthur and Bettte Kfrlb.. 4064 Juniata: boy.
Michael and Phoebe Kalmowskl. 2010 Tapln:
"Samr and Gertrude Hill. 4317 Cottage; boy.
Charles and Lena Stancher. St. Louls: girl.
Charles and Mlnnla Gwynn. 2619 North Elev
enth; girl. . ...
W. H. and Julia Oleasen. Female Hospital;
John and Laura Farrell, 2414 Bismarck: boy.
David and Esnma Easlle, Female Hospital;
boy.
Henry'and Minnie Danbord. 410S Lexington;
Martin and Mabel Dunford. StLouls; girl.
Antonio and Sophie Caspar. 221J St. Ferdi
nand; girl. .
John F. and Jeruska Clark. 1509 Lucas: boy.
I i A Gnnhl TnhRfltnn. 114 JOhn? DOV.
William and Annie Clauer. 3943 North Nine
Isaac and' Hattle Otmstead. 4023 McVey; boy.
Oeorge and Louisa Buell. 2903 Lee: boy.
J. and B. Blum. 1010 North Twentieth; girl.
Slgmund and Emma Byuel. 390Easton: girl.
John and Josle nroderlck. 3149 Chippewa; girl.
David and Adelphla Bowman. 1718 January,
girl.
STOCKHOLDERS'
"""ss"""
MEETINGS'.
SVSIVl'WVSVWt
THE anritlsl ynettnt- r tti. tApVhfiM.r tt
the Farmer1 Land Improvement Company, for
the transaction of such business as mav prop
erly come herore the meeting, will be held at
No. 214 N. Fourth St.. St. Louis. Mo., on Mon
day, March 7. 1303, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m,
. . . D. It FRANCIS. President.
St. Louis. Mo.. Feb. 24. 1904.
.NOTICE is hereoy given that a meeting of
the Board of Director of the St. Louis ana
Ban Francisco Railroad Company will be held
in the principal office of the company. In the
! ""Ildlnc. SOC Olive street. In the city
of St. Louis. Mo., on Tuesday. March . 1904.
at 9 o clock a. m.. for the transaction of such
business as may prooerly come before the
tlng. ., B. F, YOAKUM. President.
F. II. Hamilton. Secretary.
St. Louis. Mo.. February . 1904.
STOCKHOLDERS' Mcctlne-Office of the Lo
renzo Realtv Company. St. Luls. Mo..
Feb. 29. 1904. The annual meeting of the
... holders of the Lorenzo Realtv Company
will be held at the office, of the company In
the Security bulldlnc southwest corner of
Locust and Fourth streets. Kt Louis. Mo..
ot Monday, the lGth dav of March. 104. for the
election of three directors to serve for the en
suing year, and for the transaction of such
other and further business as mav properly
come before the meeting. The polls will be
open at 9 a. m. and close at 12 noon on said
dav. w. K. KAVANAUGH. President.
J. E. Gathright Secretary.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
SEAMSTRESS Young woman would like to
take plain sewing at home. Mrs. R. Meyer. 1523
Franklin ave.. rear.
SEAMSTRESsv-SItuatlon by rood aeamstresa
to go out by the day; good references. Mrs.
carter. 3047 Easton.
rKI BUT WU'J
(jOfllr POrVAf
iifT
STENOGRAPHER Young lady desires po
sition as stenographer: one with bookkeeping
preferred; 37 week. PR 31. Republic.
STENOGRAPHER Situation by young lady
as stenographer, addressing envelopes, copying
letters, manuscript and circulars at home. Miss
Kohler. 3451 Henrietta.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
eSNiev---w
ssWaskjSaakaS)
ACCOUNTANT Young man deslrea work
temporarily. PR 79. Republic.
ACCOUNTANT Young expert accountant ex
amines, balances, opens and clones books. PR
78. Republic.
ACCOUNTANT Expert accountant will keep
set of books for merchant or manufacturer, not
employing regular bookkeeper, for 310 month
and up. DO 132. Republic
BARBER oung man desires position to fin
ish learning barber trade; nonunion. DR 62.
Republic.
.ST. LOUIS IRON yoi'sT'iv ivn "OUTH-
. ERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
Election Notice. Notice Is hereby given that
the annual p-eetlr.c of stoekho'ders of the St.
Louis. Iron Mountain nod Southern Railway
Corrnanv will be held at the general efflce of the
ectrpany. in the eiry of St. Irfinl. Mo., on Tu's
dar. March P. 3901. at 9 o'clock . m.. for th
election of thirteen directors for th ensuing
jear. and for the transection of anv other
business that mav com before said meeting.
The annual meetlnr cf the directors will be
held at the same office on the same day at 13
f 'clock noon. The transfer bcoks will he closed
on Saturday January 20. 1901. at 12 o'clock
noon, and reopened on the day following the
annual meeting of tho stockholaers. r any
adjournment therenf.
GEO. J. GOULD. President.
A. n. Calef. Secretary.
New York. January 22. 1004.
1IAK1JKK Good, sober union barber, married
man. twelve years' experience, wishes position
In some country town. Address J. W. Carlton
1341 Merchant st. St. Louis. Mo.
IN
UFtV.
Get
Down
To
Work
ru-
HELP WANTED FEMALE,
riie Traaes.
EYKI.RTTrPS WIVTvn Tin nAin.n'. work.
Friedman Bros. Shoe Co., Pacific Factory. Jef
ferson ave. and Madison at.
GIRLS WANTED To sew by power ma
chines, on ladles' garments: steady work; good
wages. M. B. Loewenstcln. 617 N. Eighth.
HANDS. ETC.. WANTED- Machine hand
and basters on vests. 857 Arsenal.
OPERATORS WANTED On power machine;
steady work: good pay to right parties. Zltt
losen Mfg. CO.. 43) N. Third et .
OPERATORS WANTED Bla Inducements to
experienced operators on muslin underwear;
steady work; $6 to 39 week can bo earned. 715
N. Seventh.
HELP WANTED WTITiHl
vvvnvwessaissa
Tho Trades.
ARTIST Will sell my full-paid coon to
drawing, etc.. of International Correspondence
School at a bargain; this la a good chance for
a young artist who baa the tlmo to study ftt
horns. DR 25. Republic.
AWNING HANGERS Stay away from, St.
Louis; trouble. A. W. U.. No. ue
BARBER WANTED Steady.
706 Market St.
SW
Ut-
t7?
BARKEEPER First-class barkeeper wants
poaltlon: speaks German: city reference; single
man. PR 17. Republic.
3IARRIAGE LICENSES.
John J. Brennan --Jfe-w Torjc City
Pearl Ingraham. 1809 Washington
Frederick Murphy v.....5575 Maple
Edna Brown 5207 Florissant
Sylvester Lawless ......24 Morgan
Anna M. Nerne N....2927 Michigan
John D. Taber 3070 Finney
Elizabeth Hill Taylorvllle. Ill
Lorre L. Boyd 831 North Sarah
Clara Laffer. 2309 hemp
Charles A. Reed 41E9 North Grand
Katharln Foster. 2745 Bacon
Frank Palermo 819 North Eleventh
Eanto Palermo 810 North Eleventh
Bourne Robards G Rugay
Katie Simpson 3140A South California
Charles It. Berrer .2310 Face
Julia Keller 5095 Delmar
Herman Brown 2801 North Tenth
Caroline Llekam 1841 South Eleventh
William T. Welch Maprewood
Edith Heady McLeanssoro, III
A MEETING of the shareholder of The La
clede Gas Light Company la hereby called, to
be hela at the office of th company. No. 716
Locust St.. In the cltv of St. Iouls. Missouri,
on Mdnday. the 18th dav of April. 1904. between
the hours of 9 a. m. and 12 m.. to consider and
vote upon a proposition to be then and there
submitted, to sutborlzp an Increase of the com
mon stock of the compnnv from ..rT.ivin.
the present amount thereof, to 317.SOO.O0O.
SO that the total mhnrlyit onltfil fi th. r-om-
VZ?Zu '"eluding the preferred stock, shall be
Jjn.OOO.009. ln to authorize tho directors of
tn( PflmMriv frtim lima tn lm n taotiA anil
dispose of raid stock umn such terms and at
such times as they shall determine. Al'o to
consider and vote upon a proposition, to be
then and there submitted, authorizing an In
crease of the honW Indebtedness of the com
panv from lIO.OfiO.9W. the present amount there
of, to $3).000.n00: and to authorize the execution
by the proper officers of tho company of a
mortgace noon all the propertv of the com
pany. In a form and upon conditions, to be then
and there submitted, wherebv said proposed
bonds shall be secured. Also to authorize the
director of the company from time to time to
Issue and dispose of said bonds so authorized,
upon such terms and at such times a they
shall determine, subject, however, to the pro
visions of said mortgage.
C. W. WETMORE.
BRECKENRIPOE JONESL
JOHN I. BEOGS.
Fi G. COWDERY.
JULIUS S. WALSH.
, Directors.
BARTENDER Situation as bartender in
r.r8t-clasa saloon: twelve years experience;
reference. DP 11. Republic
HATH ATTENPANT Turkish bath attendant
wishes situation In ttrst-claes Turkish bath:
best of references. DR 19. Republic
BILL CLERK Position as bill clerk or ex
tender; expert; best refeiences. DR K. Republic
BOOKS cpsned. balanced and audited; small
sets written up and posted daily. Bookkeeper.
184: Ann ave.
BOOKKftPER Situation by competent book
keeper: rapid and accurate; age 23 years; five
years' experience: test of references. DP 152,
Republic.
BOYS situation wanted by two oolcred boys
aa houseboys: understand care cf furnace,
horses, etc., will take porter work anywhere
except saloon. Telephone Bell East 335A, Kin.
St. Clair 612.
BUTCHER Situation by a young man of 13
Sears: has had some expetlcnce In butcher shop.
R 3. Resvbllc.
Weddlnc Rlntra (Solid Gold).
Finest qualities, $3 to 220. Mermocl &
Jcccard's. Broadway and Locust.
IIURIAL PERMITS.
Susan Baker. 48 years, 1700 North Tenth;
septicaemia.
Mary Bajon, IS years, 1528 North Seven
teenth; typhoid.
Frank Filck. 44 years, Alexlan Brothers' Hos
pital; asthma.
Scott Davis, 30 years. City Hospital; con
sumption. W. H. Kaiser, 54 years. City Hospital; pneu
monia. John llogan, 62 years, City Hospital; pneu
monia. Edward Holden, 48 years. City Hospital;
pnenmonla.
John Gorrln, 70 years. City Hospital; heart
disease.
Max Sonsky. City Hospital; pneumonia.
J. P. Pierce. 70 years. City Hospital: nneu-
tnonla.
Charity Brown. 78 years. 3224 Lawton; ne
phritis. Ernestine Carter. 40 years. City Hospital;
nephritis.
Margaret Marry, K2 years, POorhouse; heart
disease.
Cells. Borlfeld. 7 months, 1118 North Eight
eenth; bronchitis.
Mamie Hazenstob,- 81 years, 3335 Pennsylva
nia: eenlllty.
Sidney B. ;j"alrchlld, 70 years.- S1S Page;
pneumonia.
Kile Perlea, 51 years. 8430 St. Vincent; ab
scess. Mary S. Kintzlng, 82 years, COM Minerva; ap
pendicitis. Mary Hamschmldt, 79 years, 1233 North Elev
enth: nephritis.
Lilly White, 1 month, St. Ann's Asylum:
Inanition.
Jennie Davis, 42 years, 1535 South Broad
way: uraemia.
Adolph Aschner, 84 years. Home of the
Aged; senility.
Henrietta. Trochllch, 35 years. Polyclinic Hos
pital; cancer.
Junes isuexner, u years, iist iironne; gas
tritis. Julia Shelton. 25 years, 7710 North Broad
way: consumption.
Loralne Foerster, 2 months, 3243 Morgan Ford
roadr pneumonia.
Michael Wunderllch, 88 years. 4275 Natural
Bridge; rheumatism.
Florentine w. Hussman, 71 years, 4320 West
Belle: senility.
Helen P. Clark.. 4( years, 4458 Elmbank;
heart disease.
NOTICE OF SPHC1AL MEETING OF STOCK-
UUL.IJr.i? AU UKUKSTUKE MOKTUAlifc;
BONDHOLDERS OF THE WABASH RAIL
ROAD COMPANY.
To the Stockholder and Debenture Mortrag
Bondholders of THE WABASH RAILROAD
COMPANY?
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that a special
meeting of the stockholders and debenture
mortgage bondholders of the Wabash Railroad
Company will be held at the office of Smith &
Beckwith the general attorneys of the com
pany for the State of Ohio), on the fifth floor
of tlie JYoduce Exchange building. In the cltv
of Toledo. State of Ohio, on Tuesday, the 22d
cay of March. 1904. at 9 o'clock a. m.. for the
purpose of considering, voting and acting upon
the following matters, viz:
1-The Increase of the authorized common
capital stock of this company bv the amount
of S50.O0O.O0O. such increase to consist of 600.
C00 shares of the par value of $100 each; an!
2. The ratification of the execution of the
trust agreement between this company and the
Bowling Green TruFt Company and others, as
trustees, to secure S10.003.0O0 first Hen 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
mortgage bondholders of this company, and
the Issue of bonds as therein provided.
The books for the transfer or stock and de
benture mortgage bonds of the company will
be closed for tho purpose of the meeting at 12
ocock noon on February 20. 1904. and will be
reopened at 10 o'clock a. m. on March 23, 1904.
By order of the Board of Directors.
. ,. JOSEPH RAMSEY. JR.. President.
John C Otteson. Secretary.
aiea. r,ew iorK. January 14 1904.
CARPENTER wants Jobbing work; will do
work cheap. DR ;s. Republic.
CARPENTER Work by day or Job: all kinds
cf repairing at reasonable prices. Carpenter.
3244 Olive.
CARPENTER Situation by first-class car
penter by day or Job; prices resonable. Addrtds
2Ui Carr st.
CARPENTER Carpenter, painter, plaster
er, roofer: do all kinds of work, reasonable;
general Jobber. L. Gladding. 1204 N. Sev
enth eu
CHAUFFEUR Situation aa chauffeur by
steady young, experienced man. DR 50, Republic
CONTRACT for grading construction of any
kind wanted. DP 125. Republic
COOK Situation by excellent family cook:
wages no object If work Is light; reliable wblto
man. DR bu. Republic
CUTTER Custom tat'.orlng cutter, with ten
years' experience, wishes position; am a gradu
ate of Mitchell's Garment Cutting School. DP
157. Republic
DRAFTSMAN wants work: make tracing;
furnish blue print, make plans. DP 133, Republic.
sttion aa driver for light deliv
ery or laundry wagon; sober; Industrious. PR
32. Republic
R
And determine to Succeed, usually accomplish their
purpose. They are MAKING, and not Planning, Careers.
They Do Things while others Dream them.
Unfailing aids to those "who mean to get along in this
world are the Want Ad Pages of The Republic. In them
are to be found from day to day numerous opportunities to
obtain employment, form business associations and other
wise employ the talents and the time of those who Will
Work.
YOUR Ad in The Repnblic tomorrow will furnish the
start you Want.
PRESSERS WANTEb-Eroerlenced nressers
on ladles' muslin underwear. Sterling Mfg.
Co.. 1421 Olive, fifth Iloor.
SHIRT-WAIST MAKERS WANTED We pay
highest prices, and the easiest system; steady
work always. Olean Bros.. 717 Lucas.
SK1RTMAKKRS WANTED Steady work all
year: S8 to S12 per week. Progress Mfg. Co..
.17-719 Lucas ave.
SKIRTMAKERS WANTED Experienced
rklrtmakers: highest prices paid to right par
tles: atenily work: call at once. 70S-710 Lucas.
TAILORESs WANTED Experienced tallor
ess. Call at 4"9 Mermod & Jaccard building.
WAISTHAND WANTED An experienced
wnlsthand; also a girl to learn dressmaking.
4467 Evans ave,
WAISl'.MAKKR. ETC.. WANTED Waist
maker and sklrtmaker. at once. M. l"render
jrast. 232 Vanol building. Vandeventer and Olive.
Anj- drrjRKlst will telephone yonr Wont Ad to The Republic.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
IIoQseTrorlc.
SVJVIVWSAVWW
HOUSEGini, WANTED White flrl for eel
ml housework: no wah.ng. S10S Waverlyplar
HOUSEGIRL. WANTED Good clrl for Kn
eral housework: apply Immediately. 4225 Cook.
HOUSBGIRL WANTED Girl for Keneral
housework: no outside work. 3SCH Washington.
HOUSBGIIIL WANTED Girl far literal
housework: can tro home at nleht. 270S Gamble.
HOUSEGIRL. WANTED Girl for general
housework; small family. 5914 Delmnr boulevard.
HOUSEGIRL. WANTED Girl for ceneral
housework, three In family; 918. 4313 Fountain
ave.
DRUG CUiRK Situation by relief druc cleric;
all day only: reference; steady for season.
DP 147. Republic.
EXHIBITORS Young man of good address
and appearance, and responsible, wants to rep
resent manufacturer or other exhibitor at the
World's Fair; good reference. DP 134. Republic.
FIREMAN Position aa stationary fireman or
assistant engineer; have nine yeanr experience;
not afraid of work. Address W. M A., 2G4SA
Olive,
FOREMAN Long experience In managing
department in shoe factory; Blmilar position;
references. J. A. N.. 2301 Wash.
HOSTLER, ETC. Situation by younc man
as hostler or coachman In private family; ref
erences elven. DR 133. Republic
HOTEL. CLXRK-Situation as
experienced ; btst of reference.
Terminal Station. St. I-ouls. Mo.
hotel clerk;
Box T SO,
INSTRUMENT man wants work na transit
man or level man; make survey and estimates;
plotting maps and plans. DP 132. Republic.
NEW CORPORATIONS.
ST. LOUIS.
The foIloTvlnc articles cf incorporation were
filed yesterday in the office of the Recorder of
Deeds:
A. H. Fuchs Trimmed nat Company Adam
H. Fuchs and Annie Davlea. 2 shares each;
Barnard A. Convy. 46 shares; capital stock,
one-half paid. J5.000.
Central Catering Company C. R. Schrapp of
St. Louis and J. II. Shockley of Tellnrlde,
Colo.. CO shares each: Jacob Oppenhelmer. 10
shares: Louis Wollbrlnck. 20 shares: Arthur N.
Baiter. 60 shares. St, Louis: first meetlnc March
2. 1904. at 9 a. m.. rooms 4 and S. ' Eauttablo
building: to conduct a restaurant on World'a
Fair grounds: capital stock, full paid. tM.OOO.
Burgicai supply company ucrman Lenae. 20
hares: Ferdinand J. Seulberjrer, 7 shares: Her
man E. Lehde. S shares: capital stock, full
paid: 13.000.
Wlnnerva Mercantile and Development Com
pany M- Joachlml. Versailles. Mo.. 470 shares;
William Bagnell and R. F. Walker. St. Louis.
10 shares each: John Freebalrn. Versailles,
Ma. and Charles J. Malecek. St. Louis, s
f hares each: to do hotel, mercantile, tie and
umber business and to establish townsltes,
operate mines, quarries, etc.: jcapital stock,
full paid. J50.000.
areat Western Realty and Finance Company
3. M. McClurkln. 100 shares each of preferred
and (reneral stock: Edward Schlaffko and Wil
liam P. Cole. 200 shares eaxh of preferred and
general stock: preferred stock to pay 8 oer
cent dividend: to .do a general real estate, p'ro-
roottnx and brokerage business: capital stock,
full-paid. J100.005.
LEGAL NOTICES.
united States of America. Eastern Di
vision of the Eastern Judicial District of Mis
souri, ss. In the District Court of the United
States, for the Eastern Division of the Eastern
Judicial District of Missouri. In the matter or
George Taylor Commission Company, bank
rupt. ICo. ?. in bankruptcy:
On reading and considering the report cf
Georgo tt. Block, heretofore appointed receiver
of the estate of iald bankrupt, now on file
In this court, praying approval of his ac
counts and allowance of compensation to him
self and counsel:
It Is ordered that the same be heard en
March It. 1K04. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of that day. and that any and all credltora of
said bankrupt, and others Interested, appear
in this court on that day and ahow cause. If
any they have, why said report should not be
approved and said allowances made.
It is further ordered that a certified copy
"f this order be published In the St. Louis
Dally Record for at least ten days, and In tha
St. Louis Republic for at least ten days prior
to tho date of hearing.
t ELMER B. ADAMS. Judge.
February ISth. J90I.
United States of America. Eastern Division
of the Eastern Judicial District or Missouri, ss.
I. James1 R. Gray. Clerk of the District Court
of the United States, in and for the Eastern
Division of the Eastern Judicial District of
Mlrsouri. do hereby certify the writing hereto
annexed to be a true coov of the order msd.
oy said court, on the fifteenth day of Febru
j)'. A. D. Vi.
In Case No. era. In the matter of George
Taylor Commission Company, bankrupt. In
bankruptcy, as fully as the same remains on
fie and of record In said matter In my office.
L.S.) In witness whereof I have hereunto
subscribed my "name, and affixed the seal of
said court, at office In the City of St. Louis,
Ir. said district thla fifteenth day of Febru
ary. In the year cf our Lord nineteen hundred
tnd four. JAMES R. GRAY.
Clerk of Said Court.
MACHINIST Situation by a young man that
Is a machinist; six years' experience. C. W.
Runze. 8114 Tracy road.
PAINTER First-clans all-round painter and
decorator will work for private families by the
day: reasonable. DR 69. Republic
PAPERHANQER Ewert paperhanger V
ork reasonable; can furnish everythlnx re
jirvq. j. i'. cproou itii LAdea ave.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HoONetvorlc.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Reliable houseglrl;
corresponding salary: good home for respectable
Klrl. 3024 Glasgow place, corner Webster ave.
HOUbEWOMAS WANTED Good woman for
general housewcrk: good wages. 2031 Washing
ton ave
Lanndrciies.
IRONER WANTED Ladles' clothes and shirt
waist lroner. Parrlsh's Hundry. 3128 Olive.
LAUNDRESS WANTED Good laundress,
once. 4191 Delmar.
LAU.MlltBat. u'A NTUf White laundress to
assist with housework; reference required. 4234
Maryland.
MACHINE GIRLS WANTED Gregory Laun
dry. 4960 Suburban tracks.
MARKER AND SORTER WANTED-Experl-enced
maiker and sorter. Mercantile Laundry
Co.. 3319 Manchester ave.
BARIJER WANTED Good barber;
tee. 1233 ?. Broadway.
BARBER WANTED Good barber at S2D Mis
souri ave.. East St. Louis, 111.
BARBER WANTED Barber, willing to hus
tle: 60 rer cent of receipts. Apply at 2371 Eaa
ton ave.
BARBER WANTED Barber for Wednesday
evening. Saturday and Sunday; Jii guaranteed.
2305 Cass ave.
BARBER WANTED FUst-class barber;
good wages for steady man. S2a Baugn ave..
Bast St. Louis.
BARBER WANTED Apply 73 CoIIInsvlUa
ave.. East St. Louis; no lushers cr choreas
smokers) need apply
BARBER WANTED Barber: flrst-c.a--s work
man only should call: wages ?13 eek to tl.i
right man: 15c shop; corn.. rtadv for norK.
lou2 N. Hamilton ave.; take Suburban car. gst
off at Hamilton.
BLACKSMITH. ETG. WANTED Exper.caced
wagon blacksmith: also painter. 121.1 ia-s ae.
BLACKSMITH WANTED tairw(! black
smith. Embree-McLean Carriage Co., 1S17
Olive.
BLACKSMITH, ETG. WANTKO W'acnn
blacksmith and helper and wanon painter. Pe
ter Wagner. 3KX i. Broadway.
BLACKSMITH HELPERS. ETG. WANTED
Carriage blacksmith helpers; also woodwork
ers. Apply Fred Wagoner & Son. 2340 9. B.'i-aJ-way.
BOOT AND SHOE FITTER WANTED First
class boot and shoe fitter. McNamaro rihoe and
Last Co.. 20B N. Sixth.
BRIEF COMPOSITORS WANTED Apply
Central Law Journal. 019 Olive, room 17.
BUSHELMAN WANTED M.
Co.. Tenth and Olive sts.
E. Crook &
OPERATOR WANTED Girl to operate yoke
ironing machine. Apply at the Home Laundry.
4116 Easton ave. : rear.
SHIRT FOLDERS. ETC.. WANTED Shirt
folders and collar girls. Westminster Laundry.
411.'. Olive st.
SHIRT FINISHER. ETC.. WANTED Shirt
finisher. asorter and marker; strong man to
learn in washroom. Empire Laundry, 2310
North Market.
Waitresses.
DINING-ROOM GIRL AND COOK WANTED
3117 Easton ave.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED Must have
experience and sleeD at nlaco. Apply 1405 S.
Broadway.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Middle-aged
woman for housework, family of three. 4101
Clay ave.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED White woman to
do general housework In tour-room flat. 22J1
St. Charles.
HOUStlrtUMAN WANTED Married lady to
assist with housework and husband to board;
at once. 3U40 Folsom.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; no laundry work; good wages. 3S22
v.oox.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
housework In small family of adults. 4S43
Cook.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for gen
eral housework: country girl preferred. 312S
Belle.
HOUSEGIRL
housework In ;
fayette
WANTED Girl for general
l family of four. 2847 La-
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework, family of three; good wages, 3S03
Russell.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for gen
eral housework; good wages. Call at 1525 Eu
clid ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl fcr gen-
4462A Mcrner-
eral housework
son ave.
small family.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; small family: fine wages. G006 Ma
ple ave.
"lIOUSEOIRla WANTED Good houseglrl for
general work; good wages, at once. 4447 Ev
ans ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do house
work, wash and Iron: small family. 4S45 Foun
tain ave.
POSITION Active, reliable man. wishes
steady position, with chance of advancement.
DR 8. Republic.
POSITION of trust by active, practical
young man of good appearance and address;
good references. DP 137. Republic.
POSITION of trust by young man of good
appearance and address: from country; good
references. loos Missouri Trust building.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Small girl to assist
In housework or take care of child. 1021 N.
p tampion.
SALESMAN Bituation by experienced sales
man, with established trade In Missouri and
Illinois; first-class references. Box 23, Al
ton. III.
SITUATION WANTED Collector: 8 years
with present firm: desires position with good
downtown firm: satisfactory reasons given for
change. G. Garrison Pharmacy.
STENOGRAPHER Position ns atenogranher:
well educated: fine business experience; able to
handle correspondence and manage office. DP
78. Republic
TIMEKEEPER and general foreman of prac
tical experience and good record wants work.
DP 136. Republic
SITUATIONS WANTCD TEMAXE.
BARBER Situation by lady barber: first
class: nine j-ears' experience. DR 63. Repub-1'c
MISSOURI.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Jefferson City. Mo.. March L Certificates of
Incorporation Issued to-day:
Vaughan-Stamnfll-Oltver Furniture Company
of Jefferson City; capital $5,400. all paid. In
clorporators George J. Vaughan. George J.
Btampli and Irl T. Oliver.
Reynolda Carriage and Manufacturing Com
pany of Joplln: capital $40,000, half paid. In-cprporators-George
J. Vaughan. George J.
8. Poole and others.
Clttxens' Bank of Owensvllle: capital $10,000.
1ud,,t!'1' InMrtXTators-IL W. Landwehr L.
J. Helling. Alonxo Tubbs and others.
Winona Savings Bank of Winona; capital $10-.
VT. "SI? ??'!?- Incorporators R, B, Rollins.
John W. Hahn. c E. BoUn and others.
ILLINOIS.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
?Ert5PelS' I"". Mah 1. A certificate of In
corporation was issued to-day by Secretary of
State Rose to the Cairo Ice Manufacturing
Company, located at Galro. HI., with a cani
tal stock of $15,000. The object la to manSac
ture lee and conduct a cold-storage business.
The Incorporators are Mortimer F. Kelly wiJ
llam O'ConneB and Richard E. Gannon.'
LOST AND FOUND.
... - -i-i'i-i- -.-ii-.-ii-iiI-.i-.i-W-ihiiiii -
PSP2l- Tork,nlre d0F: license 3SS7- re
ward offered. Return to 1929 Utah st.
CASHIER Young lady, having had four
years' experience, desires position aa cashier in
lunchroom or ireneral work In bakery: am com
petent and willing worker; references given.
DR 74. Republic
CHAMBERMAIDS Situations by two colored
girls as chambermaids, or washing to take
home. Annie Meyers. I112S Morgan.
COOK Situation by first-class cook la boarding-house.
Call at 2106 Franklin ave.
COOK Situation by colored woman as cook
in family: co home nights. 1507 Pine at.
COOK Situation by a neat colored woman aa
cook: good references: $4.50 per week. Mrs. G
P.. 715 N. Twenty-second st.
COPYING or addressing to do at home. DR
45. Republic
DRESSMAKING: stylish shirt waists, suits',
shirt waists a specialty; prices reasonable. 4417
Evans.
DRESSMAKER wants a few more engage
mento by the day: $2 day. M. Powers. 2a25
Franklin.
TOOLMAKER Situation by flrst-claaa all
around machinist and toolmaker; capable as
foreman. DR 2. Republic
TOOLMAKER First-class tool, die and llg
maker wants position either with responsible
company or private parties; Is Al oa experl
mental work. DP 164. Republic.
HOUSEOIRL WANTED German girl to do
housework. Apply, with references, 43S7 Westminster.
HOUSFGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: small family; wages IIS. 1027 W.
Whittler.
COOK WANTED A colored girl as cock at
5152 Cabanne.
COOK WANTED Good cook.
4331 We-st Pine.
COOK WANTED Plain cook.
5820 Maple ave.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED Dining
room girl: $12 per month. Henrietta Hospital.
Fifteenth and Illinois ave- East St. Louis.
GIRL WANTED Experienced dining-room
girl: come ready to work. 2231 Olive st,
WAITRESSES WANTED
716 Lucas ave.
WAITRESSES WANTED Two waitresses;
Pundav and supper work. Harris. 1125 Locust,
CABINETMAKERS WANTED Laclede Car
Co.. 4500 N. Second st.
CARPENTER R. It. Stansbery. carpenter
and Jobber, wishes work: terms reasonable:
Shop and office 3922 Delmar. rear
GYRI'ENTERS. ETC.. WANTED-Carpen-ters
and finishers, cablnetmakekrs. furniture
workers, bench hands, patternmakers; top
wages. Autocrat. 816A Pine.
CARPENTERS. ETC.. WANTED Ten houso
and depot carpenters: Southeast Ark. and N.
La.; union coal miners, 11L; railroad men. Ark.
and 111. Tim Sullivan. 22 s fc-evemcentb. at,
CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH WANTED
First-class carriage blacksmith for wagen
work; steady work: good pay to right man.
Uhlenhaut Bros.. 1322 Merchant,
"ARVER WANTED A thoroughly competent
wer and drapery carver on marble, who can
airo letter; also good cutter and letterer; steady
work and good wages to rlsht man; must M
sober. A. J. Newman. Shreveport. La, "
CLEANERS WANTED Apply at once. Grand
Steam Dying and Cleaning Co.. 3126 Easton
COATMAKERS WANTED Two experienced
coatmakers to work Inside. M. Bond Tailoring
Company. 1624 Olive.
COATMAKER. ETG. WANTED Coatmaker;
also a man to work on pants and vests. Ap
ply H. Levy. 909 Franklin ave.. third floor.'
Haras.
NURSEGIRL WANTED Jewish nurseglrl.
Apply to Mrs. Tucker. 1229 S. Broadway.
NURSE WANTED A reliable young woman
for nurse: one who has had experience with
children: references. 4604 McPherson ave.
COOK WANTED
Good cook at 3321 Olive.
COOK WANTED-Good girl for second cook.
Apply at once. 4486 West JJelle.
COOK WAN1ED Good cook In small board-Ing-hruse:
female prererred. 3030 Lucas.
COOK WANTED White woman to cook In
private boarding-house. Call 2S14 Pine.
COOK WANTED Good, strong girl, who
knows how to cook: good wages. 5324 Bartmer.
COOK WANTED-Good girl to cook: small
family: no washing or ironing. 5429 Von Ver-sen.
COOK. ETG. WANTED Second cook and
dlshuasher; white woman: good wages. 2221
Olive.
COOK WANTED Middle-aged woman for
cooking or housekeeping; good wages. 713 N.
Eighth.
COOK. ETG. WANTED-Glrl to cook, wash
and Iron: good wages; references reauired. 4409
Morgan.
COOK WANTED White or colored, for
boarding-house; good home: fair wages. 3107
Morgan.
HOUSDGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: must be neat. Call at 4111 Cleve
land ave.
COOK WANTED Good white girl for cook
ing In small family: wages 318. Applv at 5342
Page ave.
COOK WANTED Experienced German cook:
6mall family; salary $20; cooking only. 4475
Llndell ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework; small family; no washing. 2709
Eads ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl to do general
.housework; small family; wages $15. 1224 Good
'jellow ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Olrl to do general
housework: fine wages. Apply at once. 6006
Maple ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTBD-German girl for gen
eral housework; small family; good wages. 3412
Washington.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework; good wages; small family. 3S32
Cleveland ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Reliable girl for
general housework: no washing or Ironing.
2613 Lafayette.
UPHOLSTERER A flrst-elass upholsterer
wishes to do upholstering and repair work for
orlvale fam Hies. Glasner. 1518 Lafayette.
WATCH?' AN Situation by experienced
watchman or collector; best of references. DR
10. Republic
WORK By a young man. a position of any
kind, honest and willing to work. DR 44. Republic
WORK Position by steady young man.
handy with tools and brush. W. Powers, 2925
Franklin ave.
WORK Situation by boy 15 years old. show
ing great talent for drawing; samples of work
shown. Yarnker. 1627 Diddle.
WORK Situation by Georgian of large expe
rience in business; a position suitable to actlvo
man of SO. Address H. Turner. 1603 Locust st.
WORK Man. 28. active, sober, industrious
and fair education .desires position of Kiy
kind: willing to wortf. Kesten. 1413 Market st.
WORK An Industrious young man from
country would appreciate position offered by
any one; highest references given. DR 70. Republic.
WORK Situation by strong young man In
wholesale house receiving or shipping depart
ment: experienced: No. 1 references. TC 63,
eRpubllc
WORK Situation by a man 55 years old. In
either a wholesale or retail house; has had
twenty years' experience In tho retail general
mercantile business: is not afraid of work; Al
references. Address J. G-, 2647 Olive st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good houseglrl;
small family adults; call before noon to-day.
763 Aubert ave.
HDUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for gen
eral housework; small family; good wages.
3944 McPherson.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for housework;
family of two: no washing. 15 Illinois ave..
East St. Louis. 111.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl or woman to
do general housework and to assist In cooking.
3900 N. Broadway
HOUSEOIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: permanent position to good girl.
2?12 Castleman aye.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for gen
eral housework: small family; good pay. Ap
ply 1364 Union ave.
COOK. ETG. WANTED Competent German
girl for cook and general work; $20: references.
6670 Cabanne.
COOK. ETG. WANTED-Good cook. $20; al
so housemaid. $18; small, private family. Ap
ply 3416 Lucas.
COOK WANTED Middle-aged German
woman to assist In cooking and general house
work. 1519 Carr st.
COOK WANTED Must assist in washing and
Ironing; German preferred; wages $20. Apply
at 3501 Lafayette aye., cor. Thereto.
NURSE WANTED Experienced middle-aged
nurse for jxung child; willing to assist with
upstairs1 work; good wages; must have refer
ence. 5648 Cabanne.
ClcrkH and Collectors.
COLLECTOR WANTED Young lady to do
collecting; must be of good appearance. Apply
Room 608, Burlington bldg.
SALESWOMAN WANTED For ladles' coat
and suit department: one competent to fit pre
ferred. DR 73. Republic
Mllllne-rs.
''iiii-a"'iJ'aii-"s'sarii-i'i"'ii"'i ii-asaaiiii-ifi'i-i-trrirui
TRIMMERS. ETG. WANTED Experienced
trimmers on ready-to-wear hats; also girls to
learn. The Olive Hat Mfg. Co.. 315 N. Twenty
first st.
COOK WANTED Delmar Cafe.
4723 Delmar.
CUTTER WANTED First-class cutter who
can draft his own patterns: one familiar with
the handling of uniforms preferred: good op
portunity and permanent position for man or
ability. Mills & Al erill. Tailors. Broadway and
Pine. .
DISTRIBUTER WANTED Distributer Tor
Job type. Gast. Twenty-first and Morgan.
EDGE TRIMMER WANTED At Friedman
Bros. Shoe Co.. Pacific Factory. JeffeTson ave.
and Madison st.
HARNESSMAKER WANTED 3162 Eastoa
ave.
HOUSEMAN WANTED Colored man to tak
care of horse, cow and garden; roust have ref
erences. 1730 Missouri ave.
JOB COMPOSITORS WANTED Shultx
Printing Co.. 1017 Morgan st.
LADY'S TAILORS WANTED Gentlemen -and
-Iris. W.. 4211 Finney ae.
Miscellaneous.
DISHWASHER WANTED-Colored dishwash
er. Apply cast side door 2345 Franklin.
FOLDERS WANTED Young girls to fold
circulars. Western Addressing and Letter Co.,
506 Olive st.
GIRLS WANTED To wrap Easter novelties.
612 S. Sixth st.
GIRLS WANTED Over 14 years old to pick
nuts. Apply 51S N. Second st.
GIRLS WANTED-Glrls to stitch on saddle
work. Hy Hotzo & Sons. 114 Pine st.
GIRLS WANTED Two apprentice gtrla to
learn dre"maklne. 4240 McPherson ave.
GIRLS WANTED Over 14 years old. Mound
City Printing House Co.. 11 S. Second st.
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED White girl or
woman to work in restaurant. 1302 Chestnut.
GIRLS WANTED-Over 14 years of age for
factory work. Missouri Can Co.. Branch and
Hall sts.
COOK. ETG. WANTED Two good German
girls, one as cook and one for housework; ref
crences required. Apply 3101 Lafayette.
COOK. ETG. WANTED German girl to
cook and do general housework; three In fam
ily: references required. 1935 St. Iimls ave.
COOK WANTED Competent German girl to
cook and do general housework: private family;
no furnace or outside work: good wages: ref
erences required. 4609 Westminster place.
Telephone Llndell 211411.
COOK WANTED-Glrl for cooking, washing
and Ironing or general housework; small fam
ily, locnteu near World's Fair grounds; wages
$18 to 820 per month; references required; last
girl with us two ears. Apply at 6S57 Julian
ave. Ollvo and Page cars.
Dressmakers, uad Seamstresses.
stffa4esstMStNsftaHaaWa.rssafSfc0ssf.ttw
DRESSMAKER WANTED-Dresimaker who
can make ladles' shirt-waist suits, silk and
linen; must be competent and reasonable, and
do the work at her' own home: state price. DR
63. Renuhllc.
FINISHERS WANTED-Experlenced finishers
on custom pants. 1110 Franklin, third floor.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German or
Swede girl for general housework; flat; good
wages. 3424A Eads.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A- girl for general
housework In a small family: a good home.
3016 Shenandoah ave.
HOUbEGIRL WANTED-Good German girl
to do housework in small family; good home to
right girl. 43S7 Pine.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl for gen
eral housework; private family. 907 N. Leon
ard (Thirty-third) at,
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED Oood German
woman, to help in housework. Southeast corner
Second and Blddte sts.
HOUSEG1RLS WANTED Two good German
girls for eeneral housework. 902 Pennsylvania
ave.. East ft. Louis. HE,
DRUG CLERK Lady pharmacist. & gradu
ate and registered, with several years pre
scription experience, wants position in dlspen
ssry of q hospital. DR 37. Republic.
1IOUSKQ1KL Colored girl would like to do
light housework. 254 Lucas.
HOUSBGIRL-Glrl wants place to assist
with light houeework. Call at 1412 Orattan at.
country to do housework,
way.
Call 1321 S. Broad-
HOUSEGIRL Situation to do general house
or dining-room work. Call at convent. Twenty
second and Morgan. M. S.
HOUSEKEEPER Situation bv lady of 26 aa
housekeeper for gentleman. Call between 2 and
4. 1004 Chouteau.
HOUSEKEEPER Widow lady desires to take
charge of rooming-house or hotel; 15 years' ex
perlencc A. F. W.. 1805 Washington ave
HOUSEKEEPER Situation bv widow lady as
housekeeper: widower's or bachelor's home, cr
refined family: no trlflers. Address Housekeeper.
1215 St. Louis ave. '
IXQ Lost, small brown dog, without collar
8kye terrier. Reward if returned to 3730 West:
minster.
DOG Lost, pointer dog. white, brown spots.
SSwaTbtx(1i,et!?0?uil cut off' license No.
7225. Reward. 4131 Westminster place.
FOUND Harris's new store, where they sell
best shoes In St, Louis for 34. 437 N. Sixth st.
IIAS .a. Polar Bear cold feet? No. If he wears
Harris's Polar Calf Shoes. 407 N. Sixth st.
MONET Lost, money, between Park and
Gravols; roll containing $12, Reward. 2131
Victor at.
OVERCOAT Lost, on Seventh and Franklin,
with valuable papers and books. Return to Cli
Burlington, building. Reward.
GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
SEALED proposals for the purchase of all or
part of $30,000 coupon Doads. issued by Perry
County for building a Courthouse, will be re
ceived up to 4 o'clocS p. m., April 1. 1S04. ty
the undersigned. County Treasurer cf Perry
Optinty. Missouri, at his office In Perryvllle.
M0.1 the said Issue of $30,000 In bonds being d'
vlded into fifty bonds of $3)0 each, and fifty
of $100 each: all payable In one to twenty
years from date at cpUon cf Perry County;
bar-t per cent Interest, payable semiannually.
Bonds dated April L 1W4. Principal and Inter
est, payable at County Treasurer's offloc For
detailed Information writ c. F. Luckey, Coun
ty Clerk. Perryvllle. Mo. Right to "reject any
or oil bids reserved.-
Under direction of Countv Court-
4SIARLE9 UT8CH. County Treasurer:
working housekeeper: I only wish to work for
a re&pectable. refln-d working man, -widower,
with small children; no trlflers; more for re
spectable home than wages, and man that can
appreciate good women. DR 64. Republic
HOUSEWORK Situation by houseglrl for
general housework without laundry work; ref
erences. 3109 Easton.
LADY would care for Invalid elderly person
three days week or half each day for room and
board. DR 30. Republic.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED-Experlenced
dining-room girl; also experienced house
glrl. 3olS Washington.
GIRL WANTED-Experlenced girl:
family. 5104 Morgan.
two In
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED-In family of
three: rood pav and home. Apply or address
Mrs. William Clegg. Jr.. Oakland. KIrkwood.
MO.
HOUSEGIKL WANTED-Good one. Apply at
! Dusch place.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for light house
work. 2428 S. Broadway.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for boardlng
houee. 2022 N. Broadway.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Whlto girl for gen
cral housework. 3120 Clark.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl
housework, aocs Lemp ave.
for general
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework. 23SUi St. Louis ave. si
HOUSEGIRL WANTBD-German girl to as
slst In hot,twork. 2829 Easton.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for gen
eral housework. 5227 Vernon ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to assist with
general housework. Call 3662 Blaine
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Competent
and dining room girl. 3821 Delmar.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: good wages; small family; no
washing. 411s Maryland
HOUSKG1HL WANTED First-class girl for
general housework- small family; good wages.
Apply at once. 542S Page.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework; two In family. 1722 Simpson place,
south side of Lafayette Park.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young German girl
to help with housework; four-room flat; work
light. Apply 101SA Clarendon.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A good girl to as
sist with housework: treated as one of the
family. Call 3725 Finney ave.
GIRLS WANTED Girls to work on custom
coats: good hands. 611 Pine st,. room 22.
GIRL WANTED-Experlenced girl to sew on
custom work. Call at 1106 N. Sixteenth St.
GIRL WANTED Girl for clean work: 15
earf or over; general work. Parrlsh's laundry,
3126 Olive.
GIRLS WANTED Girls to learn dressmak
lrg: small pay while learning. 1715 Longfellow
boulevard
GIRL WANTED A girl with some experi
ence In the millinery business. Apply at 2506
S. Jefferson ave.
GIRLS WANTED Twenty-five experienced
girls in packing-room. Hamilton-Brown Shoa
Co.. Twenty-first nnd Olive.
GIRLS WANTED Girls from 15 to 18 years
old: experience not necessary. Inland Type
Foundry. Twelfth and Locust.
MARBLE CUTTER WANTED For ceme
tery work. Stanza's Marb.e Works. 6267 Grav
ols ave.
McKAY HEELER WANTtD La Prelle Shoa
Co.. factory No. 1. Jefferson and Mullanphy.
MOLDERS WANTED Holders or sticker
machine hand, with furniture factory experi
ence. 2620 N. Fifteenth.
PAINT GRINDER WANTED Experienced
point grinder; large factory; steady work; top
wages. Autocrat Association. S16A Pine.
PAINTER WANTED Nonunion housepaint
sr. 1423 Temple place.
PANTSMAKER WANTED Experienced
pantrmaker to take work home: steady work to
right man. M. Bond Tailoring Company. 1624
Olive.
PAPER HANGER AND PAINTER WANTED
Wm. Forsler. Kirkwocd. Mo.
TRESSER 'WANTED Good presser at once;
steady work: rood pay. 5917 Finney.
PRESSMAN WANTED-Experlenced press
feeder for Gordon presses. Purina Mills, Eighth,
and Gratiot sts.
PRINTER WANTED First-class printer to
take charge of small printing office In whole
sale house; must be thoroughly experienced la
Job work; steady employment; salary $15. Ad
dress, with age, experience and reference, Dlt
67. Republic.
REPAIRERS. ETC. WANTED-Car repair
ers and car carpenters. Apply refrigerator re
palr dept.. foot Utah st.
SHIP Carpenters' and Caulkers' Local Nos,
61 and 23, stay away from St, Louis till atrlks
Is settled.
SHOEMAKERS WANTED Two shoemakers
on repair work: 50 per cent, 4961 Delmar.
SHOE HANDS WANTED Nlggerhead oper
ators and pullers-over, on women's work.
Friedman Bros. Shoe Co.. Pacific Factory. Jef
ferscn ave. and Madison sts.
LADIES WANTED Ladies for Inside work;
$6 tn $12 weekly. Room 214. 212 N. Ninth st.
LADIES wanted everywhere, copying letters
at home, evenings or sport time, and return to
us: no mailing or canvassing: SO weekly earned,
material- free. Inclose self-addpeased envelope
for particulars. Guarantee Co., No. W W,
Ninth st,. Philadelphia. Ta.
STRIPPERS WANTED Girls and boys to
strip tobacco. Apply at cigar factory, 1239 S.
Broad way.
TEACHER WANTED For 12-year-old girl:
ex-nttjlc school teacher preferred; one who has
had experience: referenco required; apply In
person. 6221 Simpson ave.. city.
GIRL WANTED To work on custom shirts;
must have some experience. 213 S. Broadway.
GIRL WANTED-Experlenced girl on custom
pants: pay from $1 up. 1C5 N. Eighth st,.
room 1.
KITCHEN WOMEN WANTED Two colored
women to work In kitchen of restaurant at 716
Lucas.
OPERATORS WANTED-Experlenced ma
chine operators to sew ladles' garments; steady
work: good pay. M. B. Loewenstcln. 617 N.
Eighth.
SEAMSTRESS WANTED-Good seamstress,
at once. 3X11 Olive.
SEAMSTRESSES WANTED Twenty-flvo
seamstresses experienced en power machines,
for making sleeves, bodies, tucking, etc.. on
waists: al'o experienced presser. 617 N. Eighth.
SKIRTMAKERS WANTED fifty experi
enced sklrtmakers: first-class work: good prices
paid. Kurlamler Bros.. S23 Washington.
SKIRTMAKERS.
enced sklrtmakera;
and girls to learn.
Washington.
ETG. WANTED Experl
nlso Infant cloakmakers
St. Louis Cloak Co.. 704
WOMAN WANTED Woman who under
stands stretching lace curtains. Grand Avenue
Hotel.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED For long-dls-tpr.ee
telephone work: answer by letter, stat
ing age. education and previous occupation,
Marager, 903 Star building.
TACKER WANTED-Experlenced In packing
medicine. Call at 508 N. Commercial.
TAILOR WANTED-Steady work. 356 N.
Boyle ave.
TAILOR WANTED A good tailor on pants
and vests. Julius Buachner. 2000 Gravola ave.
TAILOR WANTED Flrst-c'asi bushelman.
H. A. Schmidt. Missouri Trust bul ding. Sev
enth and Olive.
TINNERS WANTED Two lirst-class tinners,
Missouri Can Co.. Branch and Hall sts.
Clerks and Collectors.
,sJsfmsJhsr"Ti'"'i a!' li irsissr "irflri i 'arso.'JsJXJw
CLERK WANTED Young man; clerk la
hotel at night: $4S month and board. Apply
1230 Olive
CLERK WANTED Experienced dry goods
clerk; one who speaks German. Freund'a, 1560
S. Broadway.
CLERICS WANTED With ability as sales
men; $10 to $14: office assistants $7 to $9; hard
ware $6: stationery $7. Leigh Bros., Century.
HELP W 1NTED MALE.
Doys.
rfws ,eiii .n immt Wi.iirf
BOY WANTED Errand boy.
men ave.
Call 1426 Bre-
BOY WANTED Louis Bush, cleaner and
dyer. 514 Ptne st.
BOYS WANTED-Good boys. Apply Me. Dlat,
Tel. Co.. 412 Pine.
BOY WANTED
1015 N. Broadway.
BOY WANTED Imperial Envelope Com
pnnv. 413 N. Eleventh st,
BOY WANTED-Good boy to learn barber
trade. Apply 2212 S. Broadway.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: no washing; small family; good
wages. Apply at 5156 Page ave.
HOUSEOIKL WANTED-Good girl for gen
rral housework: two In family: good wages;
small house. 4236 McPherson ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Olrl or middle-aged
woman for general housework, or to assist
family of adults. 3105 Magazine.
HOUSEGIRL Situation In plain boarding
house; willing to assist generally: no laundry
work. Call or address 3226A Olive.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do light
housework; one that can do plain cooking;
come ready for work. 3041 Olive.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Compttent girl tor
general housework where other help is kept;
references. 412X Westminster place.
M HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German girl
for general housework. 911 N. High.
LAUNDRESS wants gentlemen's washing to
take home. 2307 Franklin, in rear.
LAUNDRESS Laundress desires to go out
by day. Mrs. Turner, room. 2221 Morgan.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to cook and as
slst in housework. Apply 1703 Can- st.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do general
housework: no washing. 1907A Geyer.
LAUNDRESS Situation by laundress; gentle
men's washing to take home. 2307 Franklin, In
rear.
LAUNDRESS situation by first-class colored
laundress by the day to go out Katie Bowman,
141S Wash st
LAUNDRESS Small bundle washing to bring
home by tlrst-closs "Colored laundress. 905 N.
Twenty-first at
LAUNDRESS White laundress wants In
fants' washing or small bundles to take home.
2307 Franklin. In rear.
LAUNDRESS Lace curtains to launder at
25 cents a pair If delivered: 60 cents a pair If
called for and delivered. 1706 Division at.
MANAGER Lady experienced In hotel busi
ness would like position as manager of rooming-house
or hotel during Fair. DR 33. Re
public
STOVE REPAIRS
A. O. BRAUER. $16-311 N. THIRD STREET.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: small family. 4445 Laclede.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework; no washing. 3532 Washington.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for ire..eral
housework: family of two. 2747 Lafayette.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
M...n.. ..., -aauiuit. jyyiy viij LUCKy.
HOUSEOIRL WANTTT.n nirl n A ,,w 1
housework. 1103 Baugh ave.. East St Louis.
liousEuiKL .WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: small family. Ill) Bayard ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED White girl for gen
eral homework: no washing. 6203 Maple ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housewrrk: American family. 4632A Cook ave.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: German nreferred. 2419 N. Sarah.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: two lr. family. 2034 East Grand.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
houeework: small family. M43 Bartmer ave
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework: tws In family; $15. 1233 X. Euclid.
HOUSEOIRL WANTED Good German girl
for general housework: no washing; good
wages: small family. S171 Morgan.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good girl for gen
eral housework: no washing or Ironing; come
ready for work. 1014 N. Sixteenth st
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Oood girl for gen
eral housework; good wages. Mrs. A. W.
Brooke. Marshall ave Webster Groves. Mo.
HiiTjaeUecpers.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Neat woman to
keep house for four men: who can cook, wash
and Iron. Call after 1 p. m.. 4113 N. Orand.
stenoKrapiirrs.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Young woman
stenographer for phslclan's office: must be
rapid and accurate; Remington operator; sal
sry $8 to start DR 76. Republic
STENOGRAPHERS
WANTED Canable
young ladv stenograph'-rs; Insurance. $50; bank
ing. $50: commission. $20; lumber. $50: stenog
rapher anj 1 ookkeener. $C5. Leigh Bros., 1025
Century bulldlnc.
$4 pee month. Shorthand, BoolJceeptng,
Touch typewriting. Arithmetic Penmansnlp.
Business Letter Writing, Spelling, elc Individ
ual Instruction; no classes. Petitions procured
fcr all graduates. Dmughon's practical Busi
ness College, corner Tenth and Olive Call or
write for new 160-oage catalogue
BOYS WANTED Boys 14 to 16 years old; $3
to $1 per week. 263) N. Fifteenth.
BOY WANTED Boy 14 years old for light
factory work. Inland Type Foundry.
DRUG CLERK WANTED-Jun'or drug clerk:
one wllllnr to tend to soda, fountain; good
DRUG CLERK WANTED-Flrst-claas drug
clerk: English and German; $75 per month;
permanent position; by the 13th of March; with
references. TH 62. Republic
GROCERY CLERK WANTED With
experience In meat cutting. 3SC0 Page.
MAN WANTED Young man to get out or
dera: salary $7.50 per week. 112 Pine st
MAN WANTED Bright young man for light
office work; fair penman; good pay. Autocrat.
J16A Pine.
MAN WANTED Young man assist In of
fice and collect. $15 week; steady position. Ap
ply 1230 Olive.
MAN WANTED Young man. assist shipping
clerk In wholesale grocery house; $14 week.
Apply 1220 Olive.
tlon of trust; traveling expenses; good salary.
Autocrat 816A Pine.
BOY WANTED 16 to H; steady workk; good
position and wages. DR 69. Republic
BOY WANTED Hoy of 16 for grocery nod
saloon: state reference. TH 41. Republic
BOY WANTED Smart, quick, colored boy.
18 to 21: work In factory. 413 S. Second St.
BOY WANTED To carry packages: $3 week
to start. St. Louis Press.ng club. 3919 Olive.
BOYS WANTED Bundle boys, aged 14
yeais. The Model. Seventh and Washington ave.
BOY WANTED Bov for general work In
grocery store and saloon. Apply 3700 3. Jeffer
son ave.
BOY WANTED-Good boy. with some expe
rience, to work In drug store. Apply 191S St
Louis ave.
BOY WANTED-A good, bright boy about 16
years old to assist In stockroom. Call at 1913 N.
Broadway.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Good German. Hun
garian or Bohemian houseglrl: no washing;
small family: good wages. Hal man. S20 Franklin.
HOUSEGHIL WANTED-Glrl for light house
work: must brlnr references and be neat: nice
room: good home. 8 Shaw place. Orand ave.
car.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework: no washing: good home and good
pay. Call 1803 Kennett Place, one block east of
Lafayette Park.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general
housework; wages $11: small family: take
Page car to Belt; Inquire at drug store. 13(1
Granville place.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Would like a neat
girl to do general work: must be able to do
plain German cooking and Ironing. Apply at
bakery. 2112 Olive st
HOUSEGIRL WANTED Willing, good-natured
girl. 14 to 16 years old. to help In small
family: no children; for girl who wants good
home and good treatment rather than wages:
to one willing to learn, a good place Is offered.
DR 1. Republic
JONES 4 HENDERSON BUSINESS COL
LEGE, GRAND AVE. AND WINDSOR PLACE
(OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL). Thorough Indi
vidual Instruction in shorthand, typewriting,
bookkeeping and all English branches Posi
tions procured. Day Three months. $23: cn
month. $10. Night (5 per month. Call or write
for Illustrated catalogue. Both phones.
Barnes Business College,
Board of Education bulldln;, 911 Locust street;
twenty-third year; elcht experienced Instructors
splendid equipment; personal Instruction, Call
or write for catalogue.
MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
UneolaTrastBl!r,,fthaadCliecmutSti . StLocls,C!e
Booazsrpuig, Shorthaad, Typawrttisg, rcnruaiMp, ets,
OPEN UAY AND NIGHT.
HOUSEWOMAN WANTED A good woman
for rooming-house. 1701 91 Broadway.
HAYWARD'S
Buslcess and Shorthand College, 219, 22f. SI and
223 Odd Fellows hailding. Individual !cstmct!r.
u anervuana, tyoewnung. ttonKteepms. AT1U1-
BOYS WANTED Must be 14 years old. Co
lumbia Box Company. Nineteenth and North
Market sts.
MAN WANTED Young man: Exposition
train service; splendid opening; $16 week and
better. Autocrat S16A Pine.
MAN WANTED Ambitious young man; city
position: large hardware house; travel later.
Autocrat Association. 816A Pine st
SALESMAN WANTED-Hustling, reliable
man to travel: $75 month, expenses; choice ter
rltory. Autocrat Association. 816A Tine.
MEN WANTED Three voung men to run ca
passenger trains' 316 tn S20 week- thrnnvh i,.
light runs: South: now open. Apply 1230 Olive.
MEN WANTRTL-CMrml .,,. ... i.
In wholesale dry goods, grocery and hardware
JVS'Ai;. : w't: chance to advance. Apply
SALESMAN WANTED Bright man to
travel; experience unnecessary; salary and ex
penses. Autocrat Business Association. SI6A
Pine st. '
STOCK KEEPER WANTED-Young man
stock keeper; retail clothing store. M. E. Croak
& Co.. Tenth and Olive sts.
BOY WANTED To learn the manufacturing
part of optics. Hlrschberg. Chamber 204. Carle
ton building. '
BOY WANTED-Experlenced boy. about 16
years old, to work In drug store. N. J. Schoen
rlch. 1S01 Chouteau.
BOYS WANTED-Experlenced boys to work
on orders. Apply Luytlcs Bros. Grocery Co.,
Sixth and Franklin ave.
BOY WANTED Sir good boys accustomed
to machine work In tin cm factory Missouri
Can Co.. Branch and Hall sts.
BOY WANTED A good boy or young nun
with one or two years' experience In bicycle
repairing. Call at 2101 Arsenal st
BOY WANTED Bright, active boy fcr
cloth room. F. C. Itlddls & Bro Casket Co.,
1406 Hogan. bet Cass ave. and O'Falion st
ERRAND BOY WANTED And small girl to
learn on custom coats. 420 Market st. room 7,
HOUSEBOY WANTED-Boy to assist
housework. 5414 Bartmer.
PASTE BOY WANTED Experienced
boy; no other need apply. 4060 Easton..
paste
Laborers.
DEPOT eareenter. rVi- rWn-i- rrn..-.i.. ..,
ply quick. - .............. nlr-
Extra gang laborers. $1.60.
Teamsters for Vandalla nnd Big Four B, 75..
SHEVLIN LABOR AGENCY,
or. Market st-
LA.BORERS WANTED-Firtv track laborers:
??0,--p5!r a""1 .car 'are- Suburban Railroad nnd
De Hodiamont
LABORERS WANTED Twenty larvorers at
Twenty-second and Wash ets. nt 7 o'clock
Wednesday mornlnr. ... ....
,VA?-ORW1-' ETG. WANTED-Stram-drlll
runners. $2.,o: teamsters and laborers. $1.60:
i-5r1J2wl.M,S-.: for Southwest Missouri and
....... ..mo -.:.. mjWK3. ti jj. :sm'h st
LAMOnVltH VTC n-ivn.,.-. . . .
t ..-,.... j.., n ah 1 r.ir ive nunutvu
liSS trackmen, teamsters. choppJriTBrub
f,TJi i,rtat'n men for new railroads In Mis
souri. Arkansas. Kentucky end Illinois: all free
Eiacksmlths ramp n3T- 8ntt-. camp
' KOENIG'S LABOR AGENCY.
sir wamut st
Stenoirrnphers.
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STENOGRAPHER WANTED-One with some
knowledge of bookkeeping preferred, Hlrsch
berg. Chamber 204. Carieton.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Male; rail
road $60 (Texas). $50: machinery $65; lumber
$70: electrical $43; financial $50; other vacan-
u. aawiuBiia. ijuewnuns. nonateeymg. Aula- I iiir; electrical 9tj; nnaucia. ka;
Betic and Feccianshis. Phone 175. Day and night J des. .elsh Bros.. 1025 Century,
r.5.Alis. to h9a' macadam. Apply Heman
?SiHSi'n J.02m5an'r' quarry. Forest Park
boulevard and Spring ave.
lltACKLAYERS. ETC. WANTED-Track-layers.
strikers, tie buckets, wages $1.75 and
$. per day; Carthage, Mo.: free pass; ship 10
day. Jaa. Downs.- 4 N. Ninth.
MASS MEETING WORLD'S FAIR LABORERS
CaU of Laborers' Protective Union. No. ineSS.
JiF-,,0" J-", at 1310 Franklin avenue. Wednes-
2?J'"1l 1K- KI30 " m- To" interests
r at stake. jAa McCALL, Secretary.
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