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tjv PT. LOUTP REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MARCH 3 4, 1904.
M V IMPROVED CITY I'HOPEnTV FOR SALE. AAAAAAAAWKSVVMMAAA r FOR SALE. 3 West End Residences at Bargain Prices. 3744 WASHINGTON AVENUE. 10 rooms; modern; cost $16,000.00; price reduced to 511,00000 37S7 WESTMINSTER PLACE. 12 rooms; modern; cost $23,000.00; price reduced to 13,r00 00 6015 CABANNE. 11 rooms; modern; handsome house in West Cnbannc; 100 foot lor, highly cultivated; cost $25,000 00; price $17,000.00 STORM & FARISH. Temporary Local it 11, Holland Building. iioosis for nnvr. ADAMS. r-Meclr funilFhM frcnt room for jcrntlemen n-'ar Union btatlcn AUDEUT 1H2 One room editable for two j:entlinen or couple reasonable Al -BERT TW-rurnl-rtM room?, for four or fix KMitlPmen r-asonabl. Ollie, Dflmar cara BARTMBR. C140 Two lurnMied room, for two or four gentlemen. rgaonable near rair RE LI. 2032 nRUtlfuIly ru-Tils-v-d room, rteam aat, b'-t bath. rjr conw-nlence. rear-Table- terms IT LA I It. 1SH Two floorr. furnlsbed complete fnr bousekepplnr small family linOAmvA'i. 1702 s Nlcelv furnished front room, for one cr two gentlemen: cheap BROADWAY '0 At the J--t rooms Qc to Jl 00 per l4 weeklr rtM correspond PROADTYA 618 N - FumlshM rooms ify. i-c Zl 25 vr week hot trater and hatha trf . BROADWAY 631S S Two neatly furnWied room, for lisht houekenlnK. erj thins com rlee r.UOADWAY 14 S. nnelv furnished rooms half block from Bouthm Hotel JLS0 to JS xreekir Apply Mrs walker or nail t aua..Mj t nun, 3vo cnoice luroisueu im-a nxim iwr pcrniirTm'ii. chw tp ran, trfwmmc 11 v modern excellent location, ten minutes' walk to Fnlr cakdinaIa MI N Neatly fumKhed front Jl-JIII -LXXIII UI1U IU, IIUU-nrttltH. 44 l VTES ! icorner ueu iiceiy jurnisnu front parlor rooms, southern exposure, close to Fair CHEVTMJT l3 Mcely furnished rooms. Mth rK orflce Pfeam heat 52 wek no CHKST.NUT. 1411 Deslrabl .furnished rooms centlemen only, readinc-room; 91.33 to XI E0 per wek. t"HOl TEAl IOCS Nicely fura'Ehed front room for housekeeping CHOUTRAl in 7 Nicely furnished rooms In German family: reasonable CHOLTEU. 121 Nicely furnished room for two gentlemen, cas, bath, German private family CHOUTEAU. 1013 nooma for light housekeep ing, furnished. JLM up unfurnished, SI up. connctlnc rooms CI-AIUC 3022 Pleasant room for light house keeping terms reosouable o coM tenant. CIAUK, 3010 Furnish .doom. al wnnect lug room- for gentlemen rr light houeeeping COL.WNSVIl.LE. 413 fEat St. Louls)-Neatly furnished rooms, reasonable, pleasant location. COLLIN"3VIL.LEv 22 (East St Louis) One large room, furnished, suitable Tor three gen Hem en COMPTOX. 81TH N Mcely rurnlshd room fcr three or four persons, first floor COMPTON 1WJ Seccnd-story front rooms. furnished for housekeeping, private family. -heap COOK. 42S7 Elegant rooms; all double, parlor COTB BRXLLIANTK. WIT Single rooms. 91.30, large rooms t week- bath, gas COTTAGE 4TC Two nicely furnished or un furnished rooms for houekeeping or roomlns COTTAGE 426 Two unfurnished, p'easant rooms, light housekeeping; couple, modern. reasonable Taylor car DEI-MAR, C864 Single room; furnished, for gentleman DELMAR. 4tC5 Three nicely furnished rooms, reasonable Telephone Delmar 2323 DELMAR. 465S Single room, steam heat, hot bath porcelain tub reasonable. DELMAR. SOGJA rront southen-expoaed room, modern. Delmar. OUve cars. doe to T"alr DELMAR. falA Iarge. furnished hall room, nritate family for one gentleman. Delmar, Oliie cars DELMAR. 391 Two finely furnished rooms, with all nxxlem conveniences. permannt. J15 to JfS per month DELMAR Rouleard 3S6-BeautlfunT Tur nlshed second-story; also single room, private famllv. all conveniences. DICKFON. 2W8 Nicely furnished front room. with tath. for two gentlemen. prUate fam- DICKbON ZHl Two neatlr furnisher! con nctiiix room second floor, also two connecting third nor rooms Are. gas. DTCKfcON 242-Furnlshed rooms xn private -family for Worlds Fair visitors, cars direct to grounds hot bath and telephone KAbTOX 4107 Nlcel lurnlbed four-room flat nlano two World's Fhir err lines. EIGJITEENTII. 1127 N Well furnished flrst ro.ir front, gentlemen or housekeeping; also ntrr rooms. CIGHTEBNTH 12 N (East St, Louis) Neatly furnished room reasonable. niGHTEENTH. 1019 X Newly papered fiont parlor gentlemen o housekeeping, rtery con venience, no children. TLLIOT. 1214 Nlcelr furnished room fcr light housekeeping. C up all conenlences BVANS. S5J7 Mclv furnished front rocms, southern exposure; single or en suite, for gen tlemen. JEwlXG. 203 N Furnished and unfurnished rooms EWING. 100 N One n'cely furnished corner toom call for lady upstairs; private family. FINNEY, 4483-Nlcely furnished second story front room, southern exposure, gentlemen only; reasonable. FINNEY, 341 ..Near Grand) Large, comfort able rooms- well lighted; newly furnished, all modern conveniences. FOURTEENTH. 123 S Larg room, well fur nished, for three gentlemen, also one for house keeping FRANKLIN, 341$ Private family has several wIl -furnished, pleasant rooms, vfiltors accom modated. FRANKLIN. 342S Furnished room for gentle men or couple: privilege housekeeping, gas and bath: reasonable TRANKL1N, MOfr-Three nlc light furnished rooms; piiiilege of housekeeping, every con venience; cheap FRONT ROOM Deslrabl front room to quiet couple reasonable. D W 49. Republic FURNISIIED front room, southern exposure; fine neighborhood; private family; $3 per week. TF SZ, Republic FURNISHED connecting south rooms; light, clean, pleasant; private family, ro children; S4 a week EC 133. Republic GARFIELD. 3703 Two completely funlshM room for light housekeeping. ,no children, mod ern conveniences GARRISON, 720 N Nicely furnished second floor room for light housekepma: no children. c GLASGOW 3003A Two large unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping GLASGOW Place, 3059A Two large unfur nished rooms suitable for light housekeeping GOODFELLOW. 334 Choice rocms. hot bath; gentlemen preferred, ten minutes" 'walk to Fair HODIAMONT. 338 Rooms 60c day; $2.50 to 33 per week ten minutes walk to Fair. JEFFERSON, 2011 S. Mcely furnished rooms and hall rooms KINGS HIGHWAY. 834 Verr choice rooms; excellent location. Olive and Suburban cars; ejose to Fair. KING'S HIGHWAY. 721 N Best of southern exposure rooms: steam heat, fifteen minutes' walk to Fair LACLEDE. 224 Neatly furnished rooms, for men only LACLEDE, J1S Double pallors: home of wid ow all conveniences, gentlemen or couple LACLEDE. 36C5B Room in strictly private family for one or two gentlemen; upstairs. LACLEDE, 36SG Nice, bright, clean room; central location, com enlent to all cars; for gentlemen. LACLEDE. 3227B Furnished front parlor, with privilege of kitchen: no children! private family. LACLEDE. 4316 Nicely furnished connecting parlors: gas. oath, heat; all conveniences; pri vate family. LAW TON. 2S17 Choice furauhed rooms; aJl conveniences 32.60 -weekly. LAWTON. 3E3 Nlcwly furnished rooms, with furnace heat; hot bath and a LAWTON, 2234 Nicely furnished front and other rooms for gentlemen- hot bath, gas LWTOX. 3410 Bright room, second floor; sontnam exposure; mrnace neat, gat, hot bath xwit4.vji. rji MCftuiuj lunutoca roans; strictly first-class; conveniences and accommo dations. LAWTON. 4&4 Thoroughly clean and newly furnished rooms; gas; front entrance only; La clede ave. cars. LEFFINGWELU 303 S Nicely furnished rooms on first floor, with bath LEONARD. 717 N. Newly furnished rocms for rent; all conveniences: modern. LTXDCLU 3522 Second -floor front room; team heat; aleo southern-exposed room; all conveniences. . . LOCUST. 3200 Nicely furnished room; all con veniences LOCUST, 3300 Second-floor room; all coc- venience. LOCUST. 1420-Neatly furnished rooms, c. H. Parham. proprietor. LOCUST. 2307 Newly furnished front and connecting room: electric light; bath, etc LOCUST. 281S Elegant, large room, connect ing bath; also second-floor front: private Xaxu Uy; gtatiemm. l IMPROVED CITY PROPEllTi KOIt I S ILK. I VWiWMS'WAiriV noou roR nKvr. LUCAS 2203 - Well fLmlshd scond-floor room, modem improvements faml'y of adults. LUCAS. 3137 Beautiful connecting parIos piano, gas. tath furnace, lovely room on sec end floor LUCAS 2703 iulte of rooms for light house keeping. nlr room fourth floor cheap for two. also unfurnished house in rt-ar yard. MAFF1TT. 4537 Two furnished room, one half square from two car lines M PLE. Mil Beet of sou thern -exposure, modern room gentlemen preferrd, priv ate family, near Fair MORGAN, 1C25 Furnished rooms, gentlemen only MORGAN. 3412 N I cely furnished rocms. all conveniences. MORGAN 2331 Handsome front par.or all modern conveniences reasonable NEW STEAD. 12 S Elegantly furnished sec ond story front room, in private family, for one or two gentlemen. NORTH MARKET, 4519 Nicely furnished first-floor front room for couple. Taylor cars, reitonabIe OLlVEt. 293-Nlcel rural "hed front rooms, gas. heat, bath. OLIE. 3SG0Nlcely furnished second-story room for gentlemen. OLIE, 301S Newly furnished rooms, cheap rent. Inquire In lunchroom OLI E. 3503A Neatlv furnished front rooms from vJ.M to 33 steam heat. OLIE. 37?2B Good hall room all convenl- encee teiephon. 32 per week. OLIVE. 1S29 Twentv-two rooms three b'oci.5 from station, car at door to Fair OLIVE 4111 XIc) furnished front connect ing rooms, sl-irle or en suite: reasonable OLlE. 283 Bright, sunn. front-parlor bed room, southern exposure, all convenUnces OLIVH. 3aC0 Large furnlbed second floor front room- light housekeeping; hct tath gas OLIVEL 2841 Large pleasant front rooms, hot and cold water every convenience, direct cars OLIH. 232fc-Furn!shed double triors, other rooms, en suite or separate, t ire fr hcue keeplnc OUE. 4035 Elegant front room southern exposure, all conveniences, reasonable, home of widow- references OLIVE. 36S6 Neatlv furnished front room for couple or two gentlemen, also second-floor room, all modern convenience PALM. 3C07 Nlcflj furnished front room for gentleman or ccnple PAGE, 5127A Two pleasant front rooms all conveniences, near three car lines. nar Fair srounda. PaOE, 4266 Nicely furnished front rooms. al3 ether rooms . can accommoda te so eral couples and gentlemen during the Fair, beau tiful, shady lawn PENDLETON. 624 Desirable room, comfort able; reasonable, references, adults cnl PINE. 1S Nicely furnished rooms- electric light, elevator service gentleman only. PINE. 3410 Elegant rooms In rlvate home, furnace heat, hot bath. gas, gentlemen PINE and Thirteenth (Ncrthenst Corner) Rooms 50c 75c. $L by day. week cr month. PINE. 3018 Bright clean rooms, single or en suite, gentlemen who appreciate ho-ne com fort. ROOMS and lodging for World's Fair visitors. or will furnlh accommodations for any num ber of visitors from 1 to 1 000 desiring to ar range for rooms cr beds in advance, every thing new and clean, rates, single beds 10c per dav, rooms 32 per da for two persons, 0c ad ditional for extra persons in same room, agents wantel In ever neighborhood Sheridan Web ster. 1512 Chcutequ SIXTH 817 N Rooms. fOc, 23c: S1.2S Pr week: beds, 15c: hot water and baths free. SIXTEENTH AND ROCK Road (East St Louis) Neatly furnished rooms: hath, gas and heat. SPRING. 2356 N Two furnished or unfur nished rocms. near ball park: no children SPRING Large third-story room; two fouth windows, one north window 513 ior one: flS for two ED 1. Republic SPRUCE. 60ft Neatly furnished room for bouexeeplng SPRUCE 510 to CIG-Neatly furnlshM rotms; all front rooms. .SPRUCE. 611-Lodglng-housg. bed? 10c. ST. LOUIS, 212 (East St. Louls Neatly fur nlshed rooms for gentlemen reasonable SUBURBAN. G334-Neatly furnished rooms; near World's Fair grounds. TVTLOR. 1235 N Nicely furnished second tory room; also other rooms; convenient to cars TAILOR. 1323 N Two large rooms second storj front, single or en suite; convenient three cars TENTH, 324 N. (East St. Louis) Neatly fur nished fro-it room: private family THE INN. 418 Lucas Cool rooms. 20c. 2as dally; weekly. JLtu. $1 5o: baths. THERESA. 909 N. Nicely furnished rooms for gentlemen, all conveniences: private famllj. TIURD. 10 and 12h N. Elegant, warm, fur- mQ-jq rwmB. i tnj up tT7IT,l" EVt ! a . !..! ..(!.. front and side rooms, bath: southern exposure; two cars: private family; also small hall room. THREE furnished housekeeping rooms; South Side- with gas for fuel 323. TF 33 RepubUa TWELFTH. 415 N (East St. Louis) Neatly furnished rooms, bath, gas. heat, reasonable. UNION. 1111 Elegant rocms In lovely home; 313 to 330 Inquire at Fowler's Cafe VERONICA. 54S (East St. Louis) Neatly furnished rooms, front: bath, gas and heat. ERONICA. D2T, (Ecst St. Louis) Neatly fur nished risjms for gentlemen; bath, gaa and heat. WALNUT. 2310 Two connecting rooms for light housekeeping; also other rooms WALTON. 1213 N Three choice rooms; hot bath, modern. 3L60 per week each person. WALTON. 614 One handsomely furnished room, warm and homelike; bath, gas. close to Fair WASH. IWS-Nleely furnished front parlor; gentlemen or couple. WASH. 23&1 Furnished rooms; day or week; SOc per day. by week, reasonable. WASHINGTON. 3145 Two furnishea rooms; reasonable. e WASHINGTON, 2309 Two front rooms, fur nished, reasonable WASHINGTON. 2S27 Nicely furnished rooms. from 31 60 up hot bath, gas." WASHINGTON, 2C30 Furnished rooms for light housekeeping and sleeping. WASHINGTON. 1S03 Newly furnished rooms, hot baths, by the day or week WASHINGTON. 2302-NlceK furnished sec-nnd-storr front and other rooms WASHINGTON. 2304A Fumlsned double par lors, second floor' also third-floor rocrn WASHINGTON. SllSt-Cholce front rooms, well furnished, all modern conveniences, quiet home. WASHINGTON. 4tt-Nicely furn'thed room; all modern conveniences, private family; con venient to cars WASHINGTON. 2814-Comfortable second-floor front- other nice rooms nicely furnished; house keeping rooms: reasonable. WEST BBLLD. 4482-NIcely furnished second storv front home comfo-ts. reasonable. WESTMINSTER. 4in$ Elegantly furnished small and large s4ngle and connecting rooms for married couples at reasonable rates by the month or week. HOTEL MANSION 2740 Locust St.: fine large room team heat, rates 60c to II: European; Olive and Waihngton car lines to Fair. FILL YOUR ROOMS By listing with World a Fair Room Reservation Bureau-investigate our system; banking refer ences, Klnloch C 1222. 603 Star building CRESCENT MOTEL Locust and Lefflngwell ave.. one of St. Louis" s new, modern hotels; luxuriously furnished; not and cold water in every room; baths free: palm room and caf; rates reasonable: located half bloik from direct line to World's Fair grounds. ROOMS WITH HOARD. nm im tstmui,i mam utwa V. ,v Mt-Mru ilAllllt W-rVlHA 11WU1 , ruun:ni rAMuir; Him vr mtaom utFirn- IJll)TUrt KtfT. T-ta. ..I-W-. M private boa-dlnr or light housekeeptcg: mod ern; reasonable BELT. 1404A Large pleasant front room for gentlemen: good board, reasonable: Page car. BROADWAY 515 N Nicely furnished rooms. with first-class board; 34 per week. CALIFORNIA. 1633 Nicely furnished front rooms, with board ciivata famllv ail win. r venlences. DEER, 1416 Furnished room, with or without board; private family; between Evans and Eas toru I KLMAR. 3SM-6econd-aoor front and third- TVTTTAr&T? I'M " CImmJiuii .. . rooms, with or without board UEUJAR L'2-C6c! n roonu, with rare la crricii"- m-Tia hi h.i nuurs; cio to Kiir DELMAR. SI3-NeaUy fnmUhed rocnw, two cectlemea: sltb board; private (amlly; nootacr ROOMS WITH HOVKI). DELMAR. 6735 Choice rooms, with cafe In connection, meals at all hours, clcs to fralr DELMAR. 40a6 Nicely fUinlshel rooms in private famlls. breakfast if desired. Phone Delmar 2329 DELMAR. 3S17 Two large, bright rooms, with board, private fimllv, reasonable, gent e men pi ef erred DELMAR. 41H Nlcelv fumlsh-d second storj front room excellent board modern conveni enev. reasonable EDS. 23l Nlcelv furnlhhed scond storj front room private famll reasonable board. EASTON 5447 Nicely furnished room good board, everv convenience, handy to tar rea sonable EASTON. 303C Two elegant rooms on second floor front, all convenience fine bath home comfort private famllv flrt class board EIGHTKH-N'TH 1125 N Nic-lv furri-hed rooms with board geni'emtn onlj . terms rea mmable. EVANS 39b8A Halt room alo large room, with bonrd private famlli gntlemen FAIRMOUNT 5234 Iarge newly furnled sunnv rooms, also third floor rocm good taole uwra FMRMOLNT lw Steim-heated rooms, modem brtard optional gentlemen preferred, on-half block uburban UNNEY 3702 'cond -story front and other room with IktihI all mrdem conveniences 1 OUNTAIN 44J FIrt-c!a8 b ard southern room refe-encc-s required, gentlemen pre ferred OUNTAIN n-f unlhl rooms excellent boftrd. southern exio0ure, gentlemen or couples; Sl turban ca.fr FRNKLIN 2501 Heautlfutly furnished rooms flrst-cla board, every convenience, reasonable terms. GARRISON.)!! (Historic General Sh'rman Ma ni on) Center of cit convenient to nil street cars first-class board and room, G o'clock dinner GRAND. 1701) N Clean rooms and good board. 35 per week luncrs GRAND 1233 N BeautUuIIv furn!lied rooms. with board" $" week. Kin. Delmar J30 GRAND 1635 fa Large nicelj furnished room outhern exposure excellent board HANDSOMELY furnished mom private bath modern, best board ard service DS 155. Republic HIGH 1003 Nlcelv furnished rooms for g"i tlr,n with first-oa board ?4 w?ek KINGS Highwa. 122 N Southern exposed rooms heme cooking, cne STall rocra tab'e lcarder taken KIM. .s HlGHWAi. 131t. N Newly furnished front rorm1 and flrt-t!as board, reasonable, telephone Page cars KINGS niGHWAi. 7T7 T0 nlcelv fu niched rooms with beard table hoarders taken, walking d'stance of Fair LACLEDE. 3j12 I-anrc front parlor for three gentlemen or ladleB other room cood boanl LAWTON. 274) FIrtc!ass board and elesant ly furnished rooms, for gentlemen onlv IaAWTOX 3555 Ceautifullj furnished south ern frent rooms choice tacle. references re quired. LOCUST fat.. U20 Newly TunikQeu rooms an J flrst-las bosrrt resonabl IjOCt'bT. 3145 faecond-stcrj front, good board, all conveniences LOc UT, 29J0 Nlie comfortable rooms best board, moderate rates, fcr gtntlemen Phone C 72S LlCs 3111 Warm room" furnace heat, hot bath hore cooking IACfa 2137 Beaniful econd floor front rocm with alcove nrt-cia taoie ooara LLCAS 3437 Beautiful econd-floor front room with alcove flst-class table board LUCAS. 2705--Nicel rurnltned room statton an washstands; hot and cold water, with board Lt CAS, 3124 Second -torv front rooms, with board, for couple cr small family, reasonable MAFFITT. 4755 Iarge elegant room, all con venlences. breakfast grrtlemen or ladles em ployed Casi and Tavlcr ave car MAIN. 9 N (East St. Ioul.) Neatlj fur nished rooms with meal? Mrs Har-ington MAPLE. 62CS Elegantly furnished secend slorv front room; hot-water heat, beard if de sired MARYLAND. 4CS Nlcelv furnished front room, adjoinl-"; room, with board, conven iences. re-iorabI rates McIHEJtSON. -C23 Ijirgp rord floor front icom, southern exposure, txcelleit board, rfe1--'cces exchai ged MORGAN. 3500 Can accommodate a few more young men. good rooms md board MORGAN. 4112 Nicely furnished room witn board suitaoie ior two genuemen orcoupio k. trfrm t iitilTVli Ttt. WTrtT Vnl' 1T"- nished room, with board If des'red. modem conveniences NE3RSKA. 3104AW anted, jcung lady to board in widow's home, no other boarders. OLIVE. 4S1S Elegant front rooms with board, near World a Fair. IS and J7 week. OREGON, I7i9 Nicely furnished ci)rd ur front room with or without board, bath, near four car liret, near Lefavette Park, eason able PAGE. 4055 Nlcelv furnished rooms with or without board furnace heat, hot bath, gas. PAGE 4515A Nlcelv furnished front rooms, with board. 15 minutes from World s Fair grounds PAGE. 604-Front and connecting rooms. pouthern exposure, good board convenient to Fair; reasonable I AGE. 4S73 (Th Albanj . Klnloch 537 Del ) New building; new furnishings, steam heat; betis; reasonable rates first-clafs service, cafe PINE. 3303 rirst-c lass room and board. (5 we, clean beds. 50c week PINK Boulevard. 3CC3 HandvmeU furalned south front third-floor room also single room, best bt-ard RAYMOND. 61S3 PartUs willing to pay good price can secure board and suite cf southern ioom newly furnNhed and decorated. SARAH. 1315 N Elegant front parlor; lease during Fair: 31S month, board If wanted. HARAH. 2418 N Nicelv furnished front room. Ft Irate famli, couple without children pre erred. with or without board. O I a) Ion Park car. Suburban line, twenty minutes to Fair site. SIXTH. 700 S (East St. Louis) Nicely fur nished rooms, with board 34 50 per week SPRING. 520 N (Near OUve) Second sto-y front, well furnished; eood board furnace heat TAILOR. 33 (Near Olive) Choice room; best of bnurd: tath. gas. phone close to Fair UNION. 5405 Two large southern-exposed room with board, gentlemen preferred, close to Fair VERNON. 6726 Two front connecting room. with board, for gentlemen, modern, close to Fair VERNON. 5570 Rooms single or en suite, hot bath: beard optional. Suburban car, nose to Talr. VERNON. 5326 First and second tory front rooms: bet of horn cooking and service, mod ern choice locatlor. cloe to Fair WALTON. 915 (4700 We.t) Choice rooms, best of board; convenient to Talr. reasonable rates WAhHINGTON. 2929 Rooms and board, good service: telephone; onlv high class people. WASHINGTON 4922 Two connecting front rooms, second floor, all conveniences, gjxd ta ble. WASHINGTON 3101 Firs t-clas rooms and board steam beat modern, fcr gentlemen or coudI WASHINGTON 3926 Nlcelv furnlshud rooms good board, gentlemen or couple, all conveni ences WASHINGTON 44S3 DeslraVe second front room, with board southern expoure, all con veniences WASHINGTON, 2833 Nice room and good board, bath, gas, heat, telephone, $5 and J3, gentlemen WASHINGTON SSIS I-Jtrge front rooms, good board, gentlemen or couple employed, all mod ern conveniences WASHINGTON. 301(Nlce large second floor front suitable for three gentlemen first-class bonrd evrrv convenience. ue of phone WASHINGTON. 437" This residence set asld gentlemen only, as a bachelors' home, excellent beard good en.ice. modern conven iences, telephone Llndell 750 WEST UFLLi: Place. 4024 First-class table, --.arm n-om. tat teasoiable W EST BELLE. 4"vC-Elegant rooms, with good board centlpmen IS to 3$ a -week WEST BELLF. 4300Large light loom; good board, suitstle for three or four gn!lcmm. WEST BELLE, 4312-NIcety furnished sec-ond-ctorv front room, with beard, also single room . WEST BELLE, 3360 Desirable rooms, first class board and accommodations, pleasant sur rounding WEST BELLE. 4300 Nicely furnished second story front room, with beard: Washington and Suburban cars- WEST BELLE. 4476-447S-Desirable rooms, modern conveniences, first-class board and service; reasonable. WEST BELLE. 42 Mcely furnished rooms, excellent beard, modern conveniences, refer ences, telephone 870 Delmar. WEST PINE Boulevard. 3750 Beautiful froat -nd other rooms, excellent board and service. W EST FINE Boulevard, 622 Two nicely fur nished rooms, with board, permanent people, reference required. WESTMINSTER. 4214-Nlce front and other rooms; excellent board; good service. WHITTEMORE Place. 2335 Large front room for two gentlemen, with board; all conven iences. II0CSB5, ROOMS. CTC. WASTED. FIVE completely fumiwied nt of 4 to S room, with g range; In Weet End. D3 tU .KPPUDUC houst; 01 no -a ic.ii x rooms; modern: rtcOl' bv ypuns man. nret or Grand ave. a rtepcbllc 1 , J uniurnwiiru iwrnn uy coip'e; ncnye V 1 nt; m-lghborhcod Glagon and Dayton. L. n-nt.- l'I7 ?" tftlnrwel a V (Ittl U KAIK HUUM.KKTI.1G O. V. Ill lut your room, and keep aarne occopled durlK the World Fair. Call r afidrea. at Canttry talUlag. Kloloei A 18. KOOIIMATES V4NTEn. ROOltMATB 10 N Grand. for gentleman, S001 board ItOOMMATH WNTEt ouns ladv em ployed dutlnff the day delres companion to abare nice room, southern exposure. KOod board. 300 Weft l'-elle lOlNt; man deslrea conirenlal roo-nmaic to share pleasant nwitn llk Ujirtl 31 OII- Ol'NG man d-'lrts roommate eIeK-ntl fur nished front room, private fam.lj 2SKA Cliip rewa uooiis ad noAnu v yTcn. rOAItl) and room wanted b soung Itdy mLit he priatc famllj . state terms. ED s ItepuhUc UOOM with loard In private famllv n-ir Fair ground, by ctntleman. Mlura. 56U Cab anne 10 LEr koii ni. hm; i-luposei. HOWLING alleys two very fine bowl'ng al lev, chap Apply at Columbus Club, 1023 Frarklin - DESK room, with Klnloch nhone at 415 Bur lington building M0 Olive tfi month ELEVLNTH. 5l N Desk loom and srac for manufacturer's agent, both telephones, de s'rabl" location IOhuN Hu rcr lien manufacturing pur poses space 27x100 ground Coor. FPHKR A CO 714 ntntit sl NRE large ptorrv)n ii i liable 'cr anj business Inquire 1C Ch-r-ke PRHATE office, with both pbonea. Call 7W-1 Missouri Trust building FLIt.MSlICD HOIW,:?t AND TI.AT5 FOIL HEM. LARGEST LIST FURNISHIX) RESIDENCFS and apartments In city for I air period, estab lished 1C5 BRADLEY A: QUINETTE. 715 Chetnnt st IAWTON. 2121 Elepnntlv furnished 3 room houe. nil ronverlences. 31o0 month WAhHINGTON. 3'0 Two room fiat, second floor, front, furnished complete for housekeep ing FARMS FOR SALE. FRUIT farms near good market, write. Box "l De Scto Mo WE sell farms, get free 11-t- S. 1U Morton. 300 Llnco'n Trust bulld'ng 1.920 acres forty mile from Denver, smooth, can bo Irrigated, incumbrance 32.200. want city o- town rroperti, or vacant lots well located, for equltv 4 00-J acres unimproved land forty miles from Denver, smooth, good soil, good locality enn be Irrigated, incumbrance $4 5, due In nine v early payments, want some cash and god vacant or buslnets property land will bear inv ef ligation , don' answ er un.tss 3 ou mean business H. C. C. box 7u3, Kansas CItv Mo pu'koved citv pkopkiity sali:. roii I Qfin Buys 5 room frame dwelling; gn1 I)3UU lot 30x130. Brick Ptreet ANDERSON-STOCKE. Sll Chstiut M. GOMPTQN HEIGHTS, Fcr Sale019 Shenandoah ate ; 10-rocm hous-. reception han bath, aas furnace, wired for electric lot Bxl27 Appl) Kl X tenth roR bargain examine 6322 Vernon ae . 10 room modern hou"e. lot 6) feet front JIOEY TO LOX. On Ileal Kntatr. MOXEV to loan tv III take cood bulldlnr; "in C1IA H TIAVKE Iftls flietnut 5-Per-Cent fV9oney To loan We have Jl 000 $2,000. J3.0"0 Si OTfl, S3 COO 34 000 37 000 35 Of'). M.000. 310.0V). 35, tv) $20(x. 325 0"0 and JoOMJ to loan at 6 per cent Interest on extra good pecurltj . St, Louis cltj Improved real etatc onlj KEELEY &. CO . 1113 fbe.tnut t. On l'erionnl Property. i -irTi-.ififvwwwwww(im 0 LOANS negotiated on tirnltjre pianos cr snr personal property at pe- -rrt per nnnara, ccnfldent'al Notary Publlq. y Chestnut st MONEY Inrrt xiilllrlArf rwnnl wtthmtt . n-rlty D Lanret, 203 Beno'st hide 1th 4 Pine MONEY to loan on furniture, piano hors, wagons, etc. 8 per cent per jear Prirp. Meise & Cn. 614 15-16 Mermod-JacarJ hnlldmg INVESTIGATE THIS WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. TVe mako loans on f-rnlture. WITHOUT RfJ MOVAI He make no inquiries of our friends or emplojer. We give ou the full amount in CASH, not check We arrange payments to suit your rovFNrENCE and AHII.ITT We do rot RECORD loans We RECEIPT for everv payment made We pay off any OTHER IvOAN or bnlance on furniture and GlVE MORE MOSEY We EXTEND pas-ments In case of SICKVFSS. We make A" UDW rates as the LOWEST Wo grant LIBERAL T)I8 TOUNTS for time monev ls,nnt us&l This is our buiness In R nutshell SEB U3 before ret ting a loan elsewhere and be convinced that w. are THF PEOPLr THE HOirSETTOLD IX) N CO . ROOM 301 FULLERTOV T1UII.TJIKO. SFTVENTH AND PINE tT5. Telephone for t.a to call Klnloch B 1911 Ve make loans on Furniture Piano. Hors-s. Wagons without removal We, accept the KMAI.I-FST PAYMENTS and make the EASIEST TERMS of anv company in tbe city. 51 23 weekly pa y s n $73 Po loan. Jl 10 weekly pas a u m Iran. E3c weeklj pays a JT3 fO loan. 0cweeky pas n 313 00 loan Payments can be made monthly In proportion to above rates if d!red FXTEXSIOVS GRANTED In case of SICKNESS or out of E1IPLOYMENT An Interview will convince you that we can save )oj money on Loans. Klnloch C 1274 AMERICAN LOAV ASSOCIATION. t.e Century Bldg Olive and NlrthSts LOANS ON FURNITURE. Rates and terms unheaM of Look: 31 50 weekly pays a 75 loan. $120 weekly pajs a $61 loan $1 weekly pajs a $50 loan Tw: weekly pays a $40 loan Tayments may be made weekly, semimonthly or annually It Is to your Interest to consult us. All business privvte and above board See. us. CHEMICAL FINANCE CO . Wl Chemical bldg Eighth and Olive sts WE ADVANCE mM TO SALARIFD PEOPLE. NO MORTGAGE NO INDORSER without employer's krowl edge ALSO ON FURNITURE; PIANOS ETC. Our plan is the cheapest, best and most pri vate in the clt). Call, write or telephone Kln loch C 15C7 ST. LOUIS INVESTMENT CO . Room HIS Missouri Trust building. Entrance 7C5 Olive st. LOAHS IN EAST ST. LOUIS. Also In surrounding towns. On FURNITURE. PIANOS and SALARIES. Amounts to suit your need and TERMS to eult lOUR ABIL ITY to pay Ae do not remove goods. Exten sion, in case of sickness Liberal discounts. Klnloch St. Clair 4(15 THE HOME TRUST CO . Room 508 Metropolitan Building. 413-417 Missouri A e . East gt. Louis. DUJWS .Money to Joan in any amount on an x.nua u personal property. Bargains In unredeemed pledges 912 FRANKLIN AVE. IViONEY LOANED. A new flnr. with new Ideas in loaning money to people in need of financial help; loans made on furniture, pianos etc. S per cent year; weekly or monthly payments, strictly prit&te, money at onc ROYAL FINANCE CO., Suite 32i Frisco bldg . H, E. Cor. NlctH and Olive sts. , phone Kin C 1750 MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. Ms furnish you money quickly and confiden tially, without s-curitj National credit Co, rooms W1 n Chemical bldg. Eighth and 01ia. Money Advanced Salaried People, Teamstera.boardIn2; house keepers without secu rlty.easy payment, largest business In SO princi pal cities Tolman. 501 Houscr bIdc.G09 Chettnut, DCIOtATOLOGY. Pimples, Blackheads, Largo L nor.a.rnntlons.andalldlsorderaaffect- 'Sl5lniC the skin and scalp permanently jjjr- SS cured. Alllaforraatlon and boot free JOHX H. TTOODBCIM B.I., 30C aiermod-Jaccard. St. I-onis. prntsoxAi. ksks,kAiiia A DETECTIVE (private) does shadowimr and ImHflMil.a i-.e f n ItOX 770 Rt Ivmlt nn r,iycTAiTV r-wi Washington treat. Irreg ularities and all female trouble: 23 ears' est. BR MARY ARTHUR, 2631 Washington ae , receives during confinement: treats female trou bles: guarantee. reulta: Infants adeptea. Call. ERGO TANSO I guaranteed to relieve suppression- t2 box. Dr. Cttieani. 2S02 V.'ashlngton. TAPEWORM expelled: also stomach bowel. ller. kidney and bladder troubles cured. 107A JT Nlntn st. DR. ANNBE NEWLAND. Private licensed bcm for ladies beforo and during conrnement: oldest and most reliabi. Icitltutlon In the Slate, established over forty years: home comforts; motderly care; Infants sxopted; irregularltiea succei.fuUy treated, latisfaction guaranteed. ladles In trouble, call or wr.te 2JJ1A Olive st. DOCTOR DEH8IS taY'iSglSS? bSS: clan: conducts the only repectable tanltariam for confinement In this city: perfect seclusion and home comforts; trained nurse, lowest term"; adoption If desired: irregularities positively re moved at IlttI" cost: guaranteed results: ladles. I have 20 years" experience and have made your ills mv life study; when needing a fnend come or write to me. LOCTOn nOuAfJ mg cciflnrmem, tnfami adopted If OeaileU. trains nurses, medical and surKlcal difeaiivs cf women a spnlalty lrreu. mrltiea treated by new painless method: terms reasonable: consultation free; call or write; com aoeaual. ffij OUve. St. Loala. iia. VCIISONAL. nni.Tipv r..i imfiT p. nlnti. relieves ir regularities In three hours. j pr box. 2t31 Washlrgton lIJIEb d ctar receives during conunement, ladles In trfutl- call 2123 Olive st, LA.Uim my regulator rever falls complete treatment fre- Mrs K Kt.rr. 203. Frapklln- 1JH)IES-J.y r-vvard If m munthly regula tor fails to lellevt obunute buppresslon any cause It patlnlcgv mail. &afe, harmless, be ware cf f-nuis, who Imitate u to deceive Ir Johnson Hid Dls . 21o, s; Dearborn st , Chl- v igo M1UW UK Receives luring con. Itdles tn trcub'e call Infants adnntcri 2548 Ufayette MRS A fcCIIROKDER receives confinements. Ialle call r07 Frarklin ave MILS HRIDGES Office hours S to 1. no n.edicine M35 Laclede ave Klnloch C 1W4 MRfc. MADGE firu'illc receives before and during corfln-ment lowest terms, cail or write 3KS va.hlngton JIB& DOCTOR TMITH M3 Easton Abso lute seclusion befcre an djrlng confinement. Phones t4&A neaumont 143SD I'ilHAlL homt. for ladles during confine ment, especially adapted for those wishing to avoll exposure tnlnel nurcs, best of cite, perfect seclusion all troubles and Irregularities skllirullv treated lidle. when In trojble call or addrrs Physician. 202 N Twenty-th'rd (near Olive) GOLD. MUEK. MCICCIj PU1T1NG. GOLD Mlver and nickel plating in a.1 It' branche. repairing old silverware a peeialt Gustav II Kraue. 17 Fine st , weend floor. secuct soci n riKs. It.MGIITS OK I'lTHIAS. ACME LODOE. .NO 213 1 OF P. MEETS every 'lliut.day evening at 8 o'clock. West Gate Hall, rorthwest comer Grand and Eastoa avenues Members requeited to attend regular ly. lailors cordially Invited MATTHEW ONET, C C. G w. Clifton. K. of is. e. b , ltt3 it. Louis COLLM131A LOJGi:. MJ E5. K. OF P. Meets every luesday evening at S ociock, t,eiitur build.ng Mn.b and O Ive streets. e.al hall, lueBuay everuntf. March 13. Work In ran ox juitfnt. Ail Msliing brothers wi.come. ALEXA.NDBK .10LSO. C C. J r DeuiMicy. K l It, At A. DAMO.S LODGE. i.O. 2a. 1 OF P MEETS ever) vedueada evening at Odd elior H4UI, o 3 ktventn Coor. .lnth and Otlve streets. Work In rank cf Knight, Wednesday, March 9 Membertf of the tvnate please be yrv.ft.nt. Members tixpected isitors invited. t S. briiMM. C c: Attest: H R. Bermel, ii. of 1L . 3 . i!U Evans avenue FUlllliL, GREAT LODGE; NO. 276. K OF P., iiovvaru s llan, fcir.letn and Oav. ,eunesila evening, wotk in tha ranks alivays haLd. Msitcta welcome K. P. FRITSCHLE. C. C. W A. Rubens. 1. of It JL M mlJDOL, LODCE, .U 2W, K. OP P. Meets every uesJay eveuinx at 8 o clocK u. ijicnor Hall, aoumwest corner Jefferson and Park avenues lkku Lompton Heights, par ur Jefferson avenue Lara. Members are expected and visitors cordially Invited to attend. Work in rank, of Knight. A U -NOlUaSli. C. C L. L Cass. K. of It 6c b PACIFIC LODGE, NO 3lH. K. OF P. Meets every vvedntbdaj evening, century .sliding, .Mnth and OUve streets. March 9. ampitnud rank of Page. Visitors invited. L. X LOLiNaON, C C. W A Gra K ot R & & PULMILK LODGE. NO 24J. K. OF P. Meets regujirly cver Mouday evening in lall No Z. seventh iiOt.r Odd rcliovvs builamg ivext meeting, Mondav. March II. l'lOi Work In the .aiiiC of ivnlgnt ampIUitl foim Msllur- art. eordullj invited Mtmueis ate ib quislvd to attend jOsLI'II O .MOUL. C C. J a titic ji . xv. oi ik u 2 , wjvA ivorth Twenty nftb stjtt Rt-u Cl.Osd LODGE. K, OF 1" . MEETs AT 7 M o'ejeck at Odd r ellows' Hail. Nlnai du Olive street, everj Wednesday mgnt ls ltora alnas welcome March 16 laC4. amplified rank of Knight J H lilGDON. (,. t H V Ueluici. r CI R. i 3 RoJJtltT E LOW AN LODGE. NO 131. K. of P, meets every Monday evening at 3 oc.uck. West Hall, Century building Nlntn and Olive streets, Mondav. March 11. Work la rsmc of Ltqjire Memoers are rcQJested to at tend. fsitcrs always welcome ObCAlt M STOLL. a C Attest Henrv H. Luebtert. K. of R. A. S WABAfaH LODGE. NO US. K. OF P. meets every Tuesday evening at Castle li.il, southwest corner Droaaway and Bentcn. March 1j, work la the rank of Page Manors welcome. O L. 0s30RN, C. C. M C Shulte K of H t S ZULEMA LODGE. NO S21. K. OF P, roeela Monday evening. March 14. 1!M. in hall No 1 tenth floor century building, at 3 o clock, W ork In ran of Esquire. Members ex pected and visitors cuidiallv invited to attend. FRANK J, OLLMElC C. C Attest- O M lirooks. K. of It & b. P O Box 10(2. ASCIE.NT li-UEC ASD ACCCrTEIl JIASONS. BENTOX LODGE. NO 2M. A T & A. M Regular communication this (Monday) evening at 7 Ju o'clock. Work Master Masons cordially invited. T J PIERCE. W. M. C C Waltor. Secretary COSMOS LODGE. NO 282. A. F. i A 51 Regular commun'catlon this (Mondav ) evening at Grand Avenue Temple at ".bj ociock 11 A degree Msltors alwavs wel come WM. 1L PECK, A. M Eden Re'd. Secretarj GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO 3. A. F. &. A M.. will hold a special com munlcation at hall, orand and Finney avenues. 7 p m . March la. W ork In E A. degree on several candidates Members requested Visit ors fraternally invited to attend. GLORQE W JAMES, W. M. W L. Reynolds. Jr. becretar. m loaOUltl LODGE. NO. 1, A. F. & A. M. J1 1 btated communication on Ihursday. March 17. at 7 JO p m . in Corinthian Hall. Examinations in first, second and third degr. Work in F C degree Members rtqueatea and visiting brethren fraternally Invited to attend. J W KHUEGER. W. M. John H. Deems. Secretary. K.MGUTS OP COLU3IULS. DE SMET COUN'CIU NO. 712. KN'lGHTS of Columbus, meets ever ftrot and third Tnuraday In tha west hall, century building. Ninth and Olive streets. Msitlng knlgnts are Invited. C P MONAGHAN. Grand Knight M J Mcotane. Recorder K ENRICH COUNCIL. NO CSS KN'lGHTS of Columbus, meets every second and fourth W'ednesda at Rose Hill Hall, No. tOJi Maplo avenue lilting knights always wel come. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Grand Knight, Waiter T Cunningham. Recorder. mAlttjUETTE COUN'CIU NO. 60 MY Knights of Columbus, meet) every sec ond and fourth Tuesdajs in tbe went hall. Cen tury building. Ninth and OUve atxeeta. Visit ing knights tordlally Invited. rRANK G. CUNNINGHAM. Grand Knight F P Leonard. Recorder ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. 453, MEETS every first and third Tuesday at West Lnd Hall, southwest corner Finney and Vanoe v enter avenues Mslllng knights are cordially Invited EDWARD DfiVOY. Grand Knight Joseph F Lamy. Recorder. INDCPUNDli.-VT ORDER ODD FEL LOWS. VVWWSrAArrNMAArAAA)MArVNeVAW A NCHOF. LODGE. NO. J22. L O. O. F. f Meets every Monday evening at Schuette's hall. Nineteenth and Wright streets. Work la the degrees. Visiting brothers welcome. LEO LAr.GEN'RACHER. N. O. David Pettv. Secretary. 182J O'tallon st. &T. LOU13 LODGE. NO. 5. L O. O. -, meet every Saturday evening In hall No. 1, Odd Fellows' building, soutneast corner Ninth and OUve streets. Visitors welcome. Members expected to attend. It I. GERL1N. N. O. Wallace McCargo. Secretary. WILDEY LODGE. NO. 2. I. O. O. i Meets Tuesday evening of each week at hau No 1, Odd lelloAS' builutng. corner Ninth and Olive, at 8 ociock. Visiting brothers in vited to attend. Work In second degree, March IS. J C SHANKR, II. G. F. TV. Rlegel. Secretary. ROYAL ARCH JlASO.S. jSrufln""BS,l" ' 13 ELLETONTAINE ROTAL ARCH CHAP- Ca ter. No. 25 btated convocation this Monday at 1 o'clock p. ro, Work Past Most Lxi-ellett Master ana Itoyal Arch degrees. Msltors welcome. OTTO M. WINKLER. B. II. P. Aug. Gundiach, Secretary. mlSbOURI CHAPTER, NO. i. R. A. M. btaied convocation this (Monday) even ing at 7.30 Cclock. Visiters are cordially invited. WM. D. GlLLLSrlE. lllsn Priest C. S. Dickie. becreUr. HOYAL ARCANUM. ifNirveVVawnHfMi GR-iND COUNCIL MISSOURI. ROTAL arcanum. Z'JS 311 Holland Building A cordial welcome to visitor, friends, brethren and members from abroad. EA BARBOUR. G. R. Jno. C. KUlingswortn. Grand Secretary. V ANDECNTER COUNCIU NO. 1S3, R. A., meets second and fourth Tuesdays ot each month at Marten's Hall, Chouteau and Mancnesier avenues visitors cuiuiauy uiriieo to aitend. CIIAS H. B-VIO RegeaL Thos. J. llcCormack. Secretary. KXIGIIT9 AXD LADIES OP SECUIUTT. rcj-(jJ'iJrJrOM''' , ,-a-y -vvyv, SECUKITT COUNCIL. NO 6S1. KNIGHTS and Ladlca of becurity, meets every Monday at 8 n- rn Open meeting second Mon aay In each month. Phoenix Ha 1, Jefferson and Cass avenua. Visiting knights and ladles assured a cordial reception. E. J TARLING. President Mrs Gu.'e Hart Financial Secretary ifiuSA Laflln itreet Jloant Stcrlinn; Pnstor iltlgn. REPUBLIC SPECIAU Mount t3tcrllns. IIL. llarch 13 The Kcv cruul J. it. Eaton, pastor of Flrot Pr bjtrrlan Church here for the Ust te vearSwhts rnornlnc; retiijnetl to accept the "paatorate of tho Umeralcl Avenue rrcsteftcxiaa crunch, ot EngLewacd, OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT: All Patterns TEN CENTS EACH All Patterns, wBMWm ' W WSm ma BT2?4tKeX jCI A 1 J i. jj.., -ir rtfVay 3a jv 9207 LADIES' TTAIST WITH POINTED YOKE. 904-7-LADEES' SKIRT. Waist, 32, 34, 36, 3S and 40 inch bust. Skirt, 22, 24, 26, 2S and 30 inch waist LalW Visiting Toilette. Consisting; of Ladies' 'Waist with Pointed Yoke, No sa7. and Ladles' Tucked Skirt. No 6047 The new chlffoi elets are so light In weight and soft that they will tuck or plait as well as silk and still hae th elegance and richness of velvet The gown Illustrated is made of th's fabric in the most delicate shade of mauve The waist lias for its foundation a glc-v-e-fltted featherboned limns that closes in tt-e center back, and is faced with tucked chiffon to a pointed yoke depth. FuIl backs and fronts are gathered at the upper edges, and applied to outline the oke. Mousing- slighuj all around A plain collar completes the neck- The ber tha has deep scallops back and front, also on the shoulders, and shallow one3 between. The trimming is embroidered in colored silks that shade from latender to the deercst violet. Tucks In the sleeves are stitched part way down, providing fullness below the elbows that form putts: these are gathered and arranged on deep flaring cuffs. The skirt Is made In three sections The upper one Is fitted smoothly around the waist and hips with small darts, clos ing lnlslbl at the center back In habit style. Two deep tucks aro arranged at the lower edge. Tho middle section Is of circular shap ing, but quite scant. It has three tucks at the lower edge, and Is attached to the upper part under the tucks The lower flounce is very circular, and flares widely at the lower edge. It touches all around and has a modish sweep at the back. Four tucks at the bottom of this flounce Increase the width A sheath effect Is maintained In the upper and middle flounces. Between the tuclcs broad scalloped bands of embroidery are placed; they cor respond with the trimming on the waist Costumes in this mode are made of crepe de Chine, heavy satin, taffeta, peau de sole and voile with lace, velvet, all-over PLAN TO REVIVE FAIR HORSE SHOW. Effort Will Be Mntle to Obtain National Entries and Increase Prize Appropriation to 100,000. If tho plans of a number of distinguished owners of show horses and lovers of high-class horseflesh do not go awry, it Is probable that the World's Fair will be tho scene next September of one ot the most notable assemblages of high-class show horses ever gathered together at one time In the United States. Doctor C. De Garmo Gray of Kansas City the horse show promoter, who has been In the city for the past week conferring with the Ex position officials. Is the leader in the movement. An International horse show was orig inally contemplated to be held during the World's Fair on the grounds, and the working up the plan was intrusted to Robert Aull. After hl3 appointment as Park Commissioner, however, he found that it would be impossible for him to prosecute the work and the scheme was abandoned. Doctor Gray's plan would supply In part the one abandoned, and he has been in conference with the Exposition man agement for several days past relative to the subject As a result he will attend tire Society Circus and Horse Show to be given at Cincinnati March 23 to 23 a the unofficial representative of the Exposition, to meet any al the large exhibitors who are expected to have entries there. Doctor Gray hopes to form a comnilJiee of the largest owners of line animals who will be in attendance at Cincinnati, and Incidentally to obtain many entries for tho Fair of galted hofes. tandems, uni corns, roadsters and other features of a first-class horse show. The Exposition is said to faor the plan, as lt Is thought that an exhibition of the best show horses In the Stadium at the Fair would prove S big drawing card. It is proposed to have the exhibition dur ing the latter pavt of September, and if It be held lt will have no competition, as the annual horse show usually held in the Coliseum will be omitted this year. If enough entries arc obtained for the proposed exhibition it Is hoped that the appropriation of S0O.O0O. made by the World's Fair for prizes In the horse classi fication, will be increased by the Exposi tion to jriOO.OOO, desired by exhibitors. The promoters of the proposed exhibition believe that such an increase wou'd be re quired to Induce any general participation by owners outside of Missouri, as Mis souri horsemen have all the best of lt at present, being assured ot a duplication lv the Missouri Commission of everj 100.000 prize won by a Missouri horseman Some of the prominent owners whom Doctor Gray hopes to meet at Cinclrnatl and to Include on the special committee are: Dan P.. Jlanna and Will White of Cleveland, O.: Harry Hamlin. Buffalo. N. 1'.: Orson Moulton. Batavla, N. Y-; Charles F. Baker, Boston; E. S. Stotes bury. Philadelphia; Arthur Cannon, Chi cago: H. B. Crane, St. Charles. Ill : L. J. Petitl Milwaukee; Colonel W. G. Carllng, St, Paul, and A. M. Hoffmann, Hot Springs, Ark. NEWS 'FROM THE PARISHES. Father TaIor Leaves Old Cathedral for St. Tercan's. The Reverend M. J. .Tailor, who for some years has been assistant at the Old Cathedral on Walnut street, has been as signed to St- Teresa's Church, In place of the Re-vcrend D. W. Clarke, who was made pastor of the parish recently formed at Maplewcotl. Father Talor has made many friends at the Cathedral by his rourtesy and faithful attendance", to his dut'esL His place will be sut-plfeh hy the Rev erend Father Casey of Holy Rosary Church. The Sisters of Mercy in charge of St, John's Hospital at Tventy-thlrd and Mor gan streets- have prepared a baadsome embroidery and chiffon applique for trie mine. To make the waist in the medium sire will require two and one-quarter yard? of material. 44 inches wide, with one-half ard of tucking and one yard of contrasting material. The pattern. NTo. !fcW7. Is cut in sizes for a 32, 31. 36, 3S and 40-lnch bust measure. To make the skirt In the medium sto will require five and one-half varda of material, fourty-four Inches wide. The pattern. Xo. 3047. Is cut In sizes for U 22. 21. 36. 2S and 20-lnch waist measure. The Republic's Order Blank for Above Patterns. Be sure and All In your correct poit offlce address. Send 10 ccnt3 (one silt er dime) to The Republic rattcrn-Department. Repub lic building, and Incloso this blank, properly tilled out with your name, address and but or waist measure for each pattern ordered, No. 9207. Ladles Waist. Price 10 cents. Bust measure i Inches. No 0017. Ladles Skirt. Price 10 cents. Waist measure Inches. Name Post Office Street and No State design for a badge for use at the St. Pat trick's Day celebration. It consists' of a rosette of green silk, in the center of which is a shamrock, with a golden harp attached to the middle leaf. At the foot of the shamrock are represen tations of two electric globes on bases of gold. A green silk ribbon, four Inches long. Is suspended from the badge. In the back of the badge Is a pin to hook, la the coat. Tho Sisters' of Mercy make a specialty of getting up badges for St. Patrick's Daj. and have a different design every ear. This j ear's badge is regarded as being one of the finest they Eae ever made. The attendance at the mid-day Lenten exercises at the Old Cathedral on Walnut near Third street on Wednesdays and Fridays continues to be good. The Reverend Eugent Coyle, pastor of the church, is anxious to see the church packed during the rest of Lent, and re quests all who can spare a halt hour to attend. The exercises commence at 1:Z3 p. m, and close at 12.50 p. m. They con sist of a sermon by the Reverend James J. Sullivan. S. J., of St. Louis University, followed by benediction. The Irish-Alliance will give a ball in Jefferson Club HalL Grand avenue and West Pine boulevard, next Wednesday ev enlng. A euchre for the benefit pf Notre Dams Church will be given In Northwest Lieder kranz Hall, Vandeventer and Ea-iton ave nues, next Wednesday evening. It will be followed by a dance. The Reverend Father Ferrler, S. J., who ha3 been the guost of the Jesuit Fathers on Grand avenue for some months, has de parted for the Philippines, to resume his duties at the Manila Weather Bureau. On July 12 the Gregorian Society of Covington, Ky., will come to St. Louis to participate in the dedication of the now P'pe org-.it v,nicu is id oe pliv!d In the Church of the Holv rInitv. The pro gramme will be made up entirely of Gre gorian music on the occasion. The first "f a series of fifti-r-L-ntei en tertainments will be given by ths Youiij; Men's Sodality of St. Leo's Parish on the) night of April 13. In Pickwich Hall, Jeffer son and Wasblngton.nveuue!. A euchre will be given next Thursdiy nUht by the ladles of St. Ag.tes's -s,i In the school hall. Ninth and Sidney streets, for the benefit of the churc'i. Many ueful and valuable prizes will b distributed. Under the leadership of J. D. McCarty. Henry Ashoff. Charles Gilbert. Clarence Devoy and George Duvlc. the joung mm of St. Teresa's Parish will produce the opera. "Trial by Jury." on Wcdnesdav evenire. April 6. at 8 o'clock. In Jefferson Club Hall, Grand avenue and West Pine boulevard, for the benefit of 'he new par ish recently formed In Maple-wood. Jesuit missionaries, the Revjret.ds M. I. Boarman and Thomas C. McKeoth, will have charge of the mission at St. Bri'' fa Church, Jefferson avenue and Can- slrejt. which will begin next Sunday and con tinue for one week. The Queen's Daughters of East St, Louis will maintain an agent at the Relay De pot during the World's Fair for the pur pose of "protecting women who may be come stranded there and elvlng them such assistance as they may need. rrt1 ft V Prti.nlw T?rtflfr1 j,ne annual ua. ui mc -VM'.t -"'"-j Ancient Order of Hibernians, will be Riven in unnsitave jii .eiiw.i. ........ iDgton avenues, St, Patrick's night. On PL Patrick's eve tbe members of he United Irish League will give a reception at Llederkranz Hall, Thirteenth street and Chouteau avenuegr On the nleht of April 10 a concert will be given in St. Patrick's School Hall. East St. Louis, for the benefit of the church, r PRINTERS' STRIKE SETTLED. Boston Tressmen Will Individu-' ally Apply for .Former .Positions. Boston. March 13. At a meeting of the striking hoc!: and lob printers to-day. th! settlement of the strike arranged by union offlfiaLi was ratifieu. and to-mor row the two hundred and fifty empJoyes wno leu wont suvtn nwm ago- ttiu ap- , vaCiBWkVaua lur ,wt tucu: lunua; Euxiiwn J vfk; .-(&