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ttt-p. pt. LOTTTR REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1904.
I I If ROOMS WITH BOARD. LUCAS, till Stcona-storr front rooms, with board, for muple or imull family: rtasooablt. T.TTr- ?A3TXllv fnrnlshed front DArlor; ccurile of tenOemen: howl service: excellent table. LUCAS, 3015 Warm rooms, with excellent board: ptione and all conveniences; Jl to la per wek. special terms to party ot four. LL- 3k Kntliety new ruoms and table unsftrpas xl at prlct. but not "cheap bouse: l-.UIVI mr ivie; itif I huhb; m.j ..ivuwu. iTiporr 4?!& T..1-.. rUpxnt room: all con veniences, brfakfust. srentiemen or ladles em clove,! Ca nd Tavlor sve. car5. MAIN, N. (East St Louis) Nicely fur nished rooms. rith meals: Mrs Harrlnetcn; reasonable MArLE. 5741 One fumjs-hed room, with board: tentlenicn only: ten minutes walk to Tan-. STAPLE. SKV-Eiecantlv rurnlshed aecond storv front room, hot-water heat, board If de sired 1IA11YI-AND. 43CS Nicely rurnlshed front room, adlolnlnK room, vrllh board; conven ience reasonable rates ttl'HKRSOX. 4H l Handsomely furnished front and connecting room, with board; near cat; Lirioeii v MIVERVA. LZtZ Desirable rooms, w-nn coou boarcA convenient to lair, cars close; reason able t rm. Ml fcs.'SSII'I'I. 1536-Kurn!sliel rooms for two pentlemvi. with board MOROA"N. 3107 Nicelv furnlihed rooms; cood nomo boajvi: ror gentlemen. itnimiv rstn ran rrcomircrfate & few more Tounir men: Vood rooms and tnwd MORGAN. : Can accon modate more la) Itc-U'ie'f nm-class Utile .tnnt a? iin vlp.lv furnished room with Doaru, suitable toy iwo ccuwmca w wuyw. mir. w u-t Vl.l. furnished second-floor from and "otSer rocms. cood fcoard: all conven iences. MORGAN. rr two nice young; laaies mployed; stricjlv private fsjnlly: every coo lenience; best rjnrrd; reasonable, references re-oulred- haff blo" from any Suburban care &.mOT-n,t nnrmir nin. -n7 Neatly fur nished room's, w.th board, tf desired: modern con) enlences neuhaska. 310-iA TVant.'d. jounc lady to board In widow's heme, no other bcaroers. tie for two sentlemn; board 'optional; near Kalr. reasonable. . NORTH MARKET. Slt-Nlcely furnished rooms and bourd 31 wnek up. home cooking OLIVE. 4518 Elegant front roomil with board; near World's Rilr: 3C and 37 wetfc OLIVE, ent for wanted 410 Rooms, centjrmen with boasd; conveni :r couple roommate PAGE; 33SU Nice, comfortable room: cood board : two gentlemen or couile; reasonable. PAGi:. 4115 Nioely furnished roans, with or wlttOUt ooara lunwoe nrat. uuv .m. e.a. . .... e .. at a . K,ifk.. rosure,' slnsie or en suite; good board; Page cars. PAGE." 6045 ITont and conaectlnr rooms; southern vrxsure; iood boardr convenient to Fair: reasonable. PAG a 3 The Albany: Ktnloch 637 Del.) New bulldliV. new furnishlncs st-am heat: baths: reasoFclile rates; flrst-clnss service, cafe. PINE ' mW5rst-clas day board: 33.60 a week: nice. ..Ici-n leds: 31 week. PINK. 3107 "Mcety furnlta.ed rooms, with all conveniences, with or wltbout boarq. PINK 355S Laire second-tloor front and ad lolnlng rooirra: excellent baud: reasonable. PINE. 5 Nice southern) exposure, front room: flrst-cUi. board: coupV or gentlemen. nm '414 NIC ly furnS ted, well-heated roomsrwith flrst-tlass boari every contcnl- nAVMONtr 11S3 Partiea wlljing to ray cood crlcea can ecui; board and iBilte of southern luvwr, lie, , " ...-. nru-w n r.i fnr married iooudIo in mod em Knt of mlfldle-aeed wlr3ow with jery amall family, hemw comfort: no World sFalr Drtees: nlre lawn andshae trees: German .. ms im T. ntiKTIs cooKinir. V -v. ".- rwiniii Te.r CTKi mnl TllOClC EOUth of Delmar Garden) Furnished fruit room for two a-enremen. witn oswtiu. HXTH. TOO S. (East St. Louis) rilceiy tur- nlafaod rooms, with boarq. .i.tm ger " t firAiti.ER. rl Room imd board t neek: first Boor, front room: heme coounc cw ,T,-wvr -yvT-A Jletv fi-tnlshej front roorn: eoiithern exposure: pruate llamlly: board optional: all conveniences. TA1T-OR. ITS N.-Two larrs ro.-m-: second story, front: slncle or ea aulte: btard; three cars. UNION. HO: Two larxe outhern-:rposed rooms, .with board; aentlomen preferred; close tnFalr. VERNON. D0S1 One nicely fumeihed rocm; beard optional: suitable ur two cei umn. VERNON. K76 On choice fumi-bM loom. board optional; ciose-to fair, -uutim w,. w-wr.v. ,rtyTwi Imnf tiTiert!rtr moras. with board, for rentlemen: modem: clone to l'airf vwwvnv FJ-.7I .iCAnma. stnale or- en suite; hot bath; board optlopal; fiutwrban cars; near . ttU. VERNON. 6338 First and second titpry front rooros: best or nome cwmhk bmu wchii.-, tu- erntV'hnlt'e location: close to Fair. WALTON. SIS HT0U WsO-Oiolcj rooms; best, of board: convenient to Fair: asoaable rates. ... - fpL-n a niu, numi inrt a few hlch- td'bo.rferrInTir. SiorCi and: houss niwly furruhea: servlo. Brst'-cla-a: if yoo want nomi durtru- Fair and want' to be well taken corsof and are willing to pay fair price, an wor this: place has not the usual boardtng hc M-alr: Jja refused oulta number: vsant onlvthe right sort Klnloch 1W0 P!mar. WASHINGTON. 46T3 Modern renned home; root) tabic; four.cr lines. - WAHHINOTON, 3405-Nlcely furnished rtom; rood bcara: an convenigncvs. TvifiinisrrsTOK. 2CL1 Nlce.lv furnished front aadfother nice rooms; good board. WASHINGTON. 3408 Nice, comfortable front looms; tint and second floor; choice table. WASHINGTON. Rooms and board: rood aervice : isicynm'., ""j iy.-. - .....,.- utamhinoton. S0C3 Nlctly furnished rooms. stlWeni conrerlences- cood board It desired. XVAHH1NOTON, 3M0 Elegant .rooms and Txnrd; everything modern and of Us best: phone. WASHINOTON. -W--;1" ro?,?, "$ board: steam heat: modern: for gentlemen or conn'ea. WASHINGTON. 3141-BeautItul room: all conveniences; gentlemen or ladle employed; ctolce ooara. iti.utM.mK. sso& Ttrg front rooms: good board: gentlemen or coupl employed: all mod ern conveniences. WASHINGTON. 3316 Pleaaant- .rooms: well Ttzrnlsbed; nrex-eiasfc ooara; rewimi wmvm- iences, good location. WASHINGTON. 3113 Elegantly fornUhea nit of rooms for -four: piano: all convea lenoes: 33 each per week: board If desired. WASHINGTON, 3S3J South front rooms, sin gle and double: bath, gas, heat, telephone; direct car lines to Fair: cood board: 35 and 33. WASHINGTON Boulevard. 4113 Nicely fur nished, parlor and sid room: excellent table; all modern conveniences; good service, Lln 4ell MA. WASHINGTON. 418S Front rooms, nicely fur nished: southern exposure: single or en suite: suitable for two couples or gentlemen; excel lent home table. ; WASHINGTON. 4375 TM residence et aside, gentlemen only, as a bache.ors' home; excellent board: good service; modern conven itnees: telephone Linden 750. "WEST BELLE Place. 4034 First-class Ubls; warm room: ratm ressonaMe. WEST BELLE. 4166A Room for rent, with or without poard. or light housekeeping. WEST BEX.LE. 4303 Elegant rooms, with mod board: gentlemen: 35 to it a week. WEST BELLH. 4300 Boarder by day or week: breakfast and 3 o'clock dinner: enc day. WEST BELLE, 3350 Desirable rooros: first-class- board and accommodations; pleasant sur roundings. WEST BELLE. .4.110 Cbolos room, with board: corner houss; convenient to cars; refer ences exchanged. vWEST BELLE, 473-4173 Dtslrabl rooms; modern conveniences: first-class board and service: reasonable.' WEST BELLE, 4306 Nicely furnished rooms: excellent" board: modern conveniences: refer ences: telephone 870 Delmar. WEST' BELLE Place. 41S3 Nicely furnished second -story front room, with or without board; private family: all conveniences. WE8T PINE Boulevard. 3750-Scond-floor front room, with excellent table board; visitors accommodated. "WEST PINE Boulevard. 3633 Two nicely fur nished rooms, with board: permanent people, reference required. WESTMINSTER, 4734 Nlcsly furnished front adkPther roqms;' best of board; good service. CLANG Y CAF; Open for business: nrat-clas service; COc table d'hote dnner. Rates fur regular boarders. Cor cer Suburban trasR and Union ave.; downstairs. HOOMMATES WANTED. rSXDY roommate for lovely room: flrstlass board: references reasonable. 3530 Pin. LADT occupying nice room, first floor, wants roomroai: good buara; 31.60. 3514 La clede. LADV desire roommate: nice room; good board; also gentlemen roomraates. 3103 Wash-Is-cton. ROOMMATE by congenial young lady; nle room: hot bath, tszt Avashlngton. UWOMMATE. by reJmedlaav. to share large, nlcsly furnished room: 31.76. 3041 Morgan. THREE roommate; -worklngun: good board; bath and ras: reasonable. 31&7 Bell. VOUNO man roommate; ice front room. 1116 N. Fifteenth. .TpUNG lady roommate to share nlc room wta good board. 3107 Waahtngton. VVAXTED FOR flCSIRCSS FURPOSCS. tUiiewxvwMiMV.Meewr,wisw TO rent barber shop, furnished or nntur Elstied. J. U. West, 1S30 N. Grand. -t IIOllSKb, HOOJ1S. CTC WASTED, W,WWV.VWiWi.iW, A iTtalr " VinyVr mrni irlth enavenlenCS. by married couple cniUoied: cot to exceed UM or Si: permanent: nbive 40u0. between Ollva and Pace TG 100. ItembUc. DT three adults. 3 cr 4 room flat or : or I rooms for light housekee.ilnc. now. or by April 1: permanent. 17 1'arklang place. liy jounc married coup e. vvtthoul cbiidien. ono nicely furnished front ro In pr.vale fam ily: near Suburban car line 1)T II. Republic. FIVE furnlheil nve-iuca rlau, ranjres. TO ."9 It ublic. FIVE compute! lurnUhed fiats of 4 to 5 rooms, with cas ranse: In West End ED 118. Republic. rOLR-UCOM unt.i-tlshcd flat; rtate rent and location. lr a. Pe...hlic. FC It or (lie room rat. South Stfe preferred Adiire.. 101T r-llt-illn. HOltfi: or flu anjwhere, right noiv ray. 715 N Jefferm avc NICELY furnished house In West Eno con venient to Uo d's Fair, for Fair ,rrioJ. ,d dresy 1'. O. Rov Sit. ROOM, viltn prlvllices by voung couple. In Wert I7ntl home of a w'dow ED U2 Republic. THREE; or four un.1irnls!id roo-ns, or a 3 or 4 room flat: light htuscKeeping; no children. DT 34. Republic TO buy or rent furnlsrcrt 8 cr 13 roor hou'e; centrally located, must be rearcnable. Dr. Walker. 3731 fctoddarU st- TWO unfurnished roonu in prhate family. Call or ti rite 31i S . eirer"5on TWO unfurnUhed roe)m. and Aubert three adult lclnlty of Delmar TG 31. Republic. UNFLIt.Ibl.EL Hat. four or the rooms. Ad dreFs 2S OIKe VOUNG coupl? r.ont two or ihre rooms, completelr furnished, for hoUaektepnc. reaacn able TG 22. Itepubllr WORM)'.S Klllt IM?IMI-H,II.; CO. Will list our rooms ard Keen same occupied during the World's Tair Call or address 420 Century building. Klnloch A H20. itooais aad nonn WAVriZD. BOARD and room by tvru oun business men; permanent, beginning- April l VT 45, Republic. BY two business centlemen, permanent room and board In refined fam ly on South Side; no board Ing-hcufe DT 1. Republic. ROOM and board, with private family, by neiriy married couple DT 13, Republic ROOMS and board by three in private fam lv; must be reasonable anil permanent. ED 13S, Republic. ROOM, with two meals. In private Episcopal family, by jounc man mpIoed; mun be rea sonable: state terms. M J. D . 701 Burlington building KIKM-IICU UOl'itt AMJ FLATS FOll reieeveXrfHerS-nMiHSeiMie.ees CRANNE-13-room lKJ-e. fjrnlshed. for Fair jerlod; convenient to ralr grounds. DT 3. Republic. UIGHT-ROOM huse. n.cely furnlsh.d; all ccnenlenees; in west End. cojd location: Par ties without children; for World's Talr period. DT Republic LAllutXI' 1JST KL'ItNlslIBH KESIDBNCFS anl apartments In city for Fair period: est. 1SG5 I'ltADLBY A. Ol'lS'ETTE 715 Chestnut St. L.I.NDEI.L. Boulevard Apartment Seen larfte rooms, oak floor and finish, tiled bathroom: larce butler's pantry, c mp etely furnished In oak and marOKany. lease April 1 to November 1. Apply OU Undell. third floor, west, dally from 1:30 to 3:S0. OLIVE, 1K2A rurnlshed flit; suitable for roomers: must ill Call at ow e. THREK-ROOM furn.shed Bat t m 6709A Manchester rtve. Call after 5 WASHINGTON Uoulevanl (Hetween Sprint and Vandev enter) Kurnlhed. from April 1 to December 1. seven-room house. TG Pa. Republic. FtinXISIIKD iiocses am) vami:d. FL-ITS V1,wViVeei"WiV--i We'wrf-WW-,,, fttt! or It room comnletelv furnished flat In West or houJi bt. LouI. for four adults: permanent ; immediate noe.on nl e price and full particulars TG 23. Republic. TO LET FOIt IU .iNCSS I'MIPOSCS. ESe'',S,,ts. W)WIJXO Blle. two trv fine bowling; al le". cheap Apply nt Columbus Club, 1020 rra-.klln DESK -room In tine dayllpht offlce. HnEton bulldlne: $6 per m nth 603 Bur- DESK room; use both nhones and roller dek; nicely furnished office Ml Burlington building ELEVLNTH. 311 N Ltsk room and space for manufacturer's acent: both telephones; de Irflble toeitlrn LUCAS. i:i3 SSore: rent J18: opposlt Car. tcn Dry Goods Co. Inqulie 712 Huh. MANCHESTER US Nice store; suitable for any kind of business: cheap rent MORGAN. 143 ror lixh' manulacturlns pur poses; space 7x100; around Coor. VFISHER & CO 71 Chestnut st. THREE large halls and ten rooms fcr con vention and other purposes: West End. ED 100. Republic WORLD'S'FAIR lease: larc halls and nine rooms: for coffee and billiard room and bowline; alleys: West End. ED S3. Republic FOH ItEST APIT!nTS. PLATS, COTTAGE. S85S Three rooms: gas sod water In the house: will be vacant March 23; no chil dren. ELEGANTLY furnished six-room Cat; furnl ture for sale. TG SS. Republic EVANS, 42I8A Three rooms; bath; nrst-floor flat; furnished for housekeeping; to small larruiy. FLAT S'x rooms: hath; water closet; gas: laundry. Inquire 923 Park ave. NEWSTEAD. 1007 (Corner of West Ble NIee'y furnished three-room fiat; hot bath and gas range. STEWART. 1411 Flat of three large rooms, ilosrt and water; 418 per month. FOIt HEXT DWELLINGS. CASTLEMAN, 40aP-New S-room dwelling; all conveniences; cheap. Apply premise. JEFFERSON. 715 N Sll-rooro bouse flat: stand connected: 335 and 313. TWELVE room, double residence: Cabanne: vacant March 2L Apply for admission, 1933 Cora VERNON, ES3 Furnished house; 33 rooms; near World's ralri fine location four car lines; 10-room house; no agents. Phone Del mar 1178. for nEXT scDcnnAN property. SUTTON MM (Near Manchester, Maplewood) Three rooms, in cottace. $10 11 acres; 9-rocra frame house; good outbuild ing: plenty of water; part out In choice fruits of all kinds; 3;4 miles northwest of Clajton on Bonbomrr road. O. P. Baldwin, Clayton. Mo. FOR REXT STABLES. FOUR-HORSE stable: room for carriage, and 2 llvlnir-rooms upstairs: water and closet. Call at 2736 Lawton ave. FOR LEASE. VfV"irr" iiV"sfsftis-VljfVViSa FOR LEASE. 4W5 MORGAN ST. Elegant 10-room modern home: every con venience; two baths, large fitter, hot water heat, hardwood throughout: will lease fur nlsred or unfurnished, for' short or lene term, to private family only. JOHN GRETHER & CO,. 1015 Chestnut st. IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. $3,300 Will buy 4 and 8 room flat and bath. Lot 27x130. Rent $40. ANDERSON-STOCKE. til Chestnut t. 4628 McPtLRSON AV. For Sale A new ll-room detached house, now being- flnlhed; hardwood finish: double hard wood floon. cemented cellar; yards graded and ro-ded; cranltold wa.k. all of the latest con ventetces; extra good con-tructlon ; extra fine Eluroblnp; bathroom finlf-hed with tile and mar ie, porcelain bath, tank closet, nickel-plated plumbing: hall finished with beamed eel line and cornice mold; the handsomest Dutch dining room In St. Louis for Its size; all finished In the old-farhlon Flemish: no house In St. Louis better arr armed for -light, entltatIon and com fort; teat bargain: any term ROYAL I-TVESTMENT CO . Room 310 Wainwrlght bulldlnr Ony Si03 Cash, Ba anas $43 Per Month, Will buy houso No. 5363 Vernon avenue; S rooms; bath, furnace; lot OxHO. Frlco 15.O0O. Possession May 1st. RDtledge & Kilpatrick Realty Co., 717 Clieatnnt St. DO YOU WANT A H3MH OF YOUR OWN? 5625 GATES. v Mr. W. IL Danfcrtn. president Ralston Purina Mills, has placed his beautiful horn In Cab tmne in mr hands to sell; he built this home for his own use. and It is comfortable and well ar-raca-ed: 60 feet front, with beautiful side and hack yard; 10 rooms; wide porch around the front and side; hot-water heat: Immediate pos session r anyone deslrlns; a home will do well to investigate at once: ou can buy now cheap er than waltlmr till spring F. E. BUSH, - 718 Wainwright Building. UITV PnoPKUTY SALC Fori BACON. 1S03 ETlesant flat: 4 rooms, bath. flrsu.floor. S rooms second floor 15x130; price 3..000. Adam Weber. 3711 Franklin. BARGAIN At 35.000: South Side business cor ner: store and two rooms on first floor; seven rooms on second floor; also larce brick stable; lease has run out and property must be sold to settle an estate: was leased at J 1,000 per yean building neuly painted and ready to move In. Cha staehlln. K3 S. Fourteenth st. CAROUNE and California, Corner Mako of fer; 3S'xll, residence or business. 2S01A Fapln. COLE1IAX. 2C4 Stncls Hat of .n larce room each floor; lot -3x120: price M.TM. Adam Weber, 2711 rranklin. COTE nRIL.L.IANTE. Sll7-ll-C-room rtwell Inp liath. and 3-room coUrro; good location; prtco .6.5 0. Adam Weber. 2711 Franklin. DOUUI-t: Hat for four families of four rooms and bath each: lot 60x120: streets and alley" made; utrlctly modem; price 56 $00. See SMIWKXKEIl URAI,TY CO.. 1W7 S. Jefferson JAhTOX. 2yW-OS-10 Six-room brick dwelltns; bath'. lot 5wxl45, rent Jl 0S0 jear; price JT.fiOO. Adtm Weber. 2711 lYanKlln. EIGIIT-nOOM reslderce; reception hall: alt comenlences. lanro stable: fruit trees, etc.: lot 113x209: located CUhton HelKhts. ED 135. Republic. EQUITY In nfty-four rooms: IX baths; 10 minute' walk to Fair; snap for someone. Ap ply at 5913 ilarlf ae. L.EI3 SC27 Mce elncle flat of 3 and 4 room; let 2;Tl2t; prlc 53,0. Adam Weber. 2711 r ai klin IX3UISIAXA. 2G2C Xer- G-rcvom brick cottage; bath, water and sewr; lot 30x125 MY homo at Facrlflce; must sell: lftTing- city; fle minute lnpctlon better tlian any dc pcrlptlon. Call 1313 Temple place; Fagti car. I'APIX. 2S01 A Two-story framo for on or two fcmllles: 0x122. J3.5C3. PRETTY 5-room residence; try sslect lo cality; barpain. Call 071 Minerva ac THREK-ROOM brick cottage: flalshed base ment. with laundry. .439 Laftln st. WASHINGTON". 2S14 14-room dwelllns: lot 22x1(0: rent $70 month; price SS.r30. Adam Weter. 2711 Frarklln. WILL sell my modern S-room pressed -brick ; elate roof; furnishings also. 50M Ridge. $2,399 S3 for nice six-room bouse; World's Fair district ED 147. Republic. RflUT BE SOLD. NEAR UNION STATION. 17 S. SIXTEENTH ST. Ivit nmnlnj: throuch to Moore st : two fronts; fine blR three-story IS-room brick house: has teen roomlns-hou-'e for earj: both streets newly made, would rent for J103 per month. See this and make me an offer. GEO. J. WANSTRATH. 616 Chestnut st. 5096 Mcpherson ave., ADJOIM.NO POIITLA'ND PLACE. For Sa'c! A new 12-room house; Terv hand somely finished: 2 splendid marble and tile bath roims: let &0x200; a splendid location: hard wood finish; hardwcod floor"; all polished; panel wainscoting; beamed celllnss; plate rail: book cases, Just belrs finished; will be sola at a ereat bargain If sold at once. ROTAL INVESTMENT CO, Room 310 WalnwrlEht bulldlnr. NEW HOUSES IN WST END. For Sale Houses Nos. EI and W23 Vernon ae.. brand-new 2-story brick and rock front houses of 9 rooms each; reception hall, bath, cas. hrt and cold water, tiled bathroom, jcranl told cellar and slate roof; hardwood floors and combination gas and electric fixtures; lot 31x 132 feet to each house: terms $1,000 cash down and J49 per month; houses open for inspection from 2 to 5 p m eery day. For pric and further particulars see KEELCY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut st. 6 LEE. OX PLACE, IN BERLIN HEIGHTS. Tor Sale -n eletrant :2-roora house; 2 spltn ld marble and tile bathrooms- entire first floor quarter-Eawed oak, stained Flemish, double polished floors; beamed ceiling in library and dlnlrg-room; bookcases; elejeant mantels, pan eled wainscoting, large closets; eyery room light; special price will be made if sold at once, only one left. Open every day. ROYAL INVESTMENT CO , Room 310 Wainwrlght building. -T----'- F.J-- 5-t-5-v FOR Sfctfa or Exchange for Merchandise Improved farm; fine orchard. Louis Miller, Marshall, Ark. WE sell I arms; cci free list. S. 11. Morton, SCO Llrcoln Tru-t bulldin. 1.920 acres forty mile frorn Denver; smooth; can bs Irrigated; Incumbrance J2.200; want city cr town property, or vacant lots well located. for equity. 4.000 acres unimproved land forty miles from Denver; smooth, good soli; good locality: can be Irrigated; Incumbrance $4,500, due in nine yearly payments: want some cash and good vacant or business property: land vrlll bear Lneitlgatlon don't answsr unless ou mean business. II. C C, box 709, Kansa City. Mo. FERSONAI FOR Adontlon Fine bahv rlr weeks old. $043 Easton. GOLDEN Be&l Female Regulator rellsvei Ir regularities In three hours; 33 per box. 2631 Washington. LADIES' doctor receives during confinement; ladies In trouble, call. 2123 Olive et. LADIES, my regulator never fallo; complete treatment free. Mrs. E. Starr. 2329 Franklin. LADIES will not reiret calllnr on Mrs. Hol- tsauu, tunt; beluga, wvuuutwtliui vsmess. iiu N. Eaeventh. MID W Ik -Receive durlnr con.; lsdles In trouble, call; Infants adoptsd. 2&4S Lafayette. MRS A. 8CHROEDER receive conanements; lrt"s. call 2907 Franklin ave MRS. DOCTOR SMITH. S04J Easton Abso lute seclusion before and durtnc confinement. Phones 64SA Beaumont: HMD. A DETECTIVE (private) does ahadowlnjr and Investigating;: ref. P. O. Box 770. St. Louis. DR. CAZEAUX. 2802 TS'aBhlnKton. treat Irreg ularities and all female trouble: 25 years' est. ERGO TANSO Is guaranteed to relieve sup presslon: tiboi. Dr. Caieaui. taai Washington. MRS. BRIDGES Of flee hour 8 .to 1; no medicine. UOS-Ledede; Klnloch C 1K4. ima MADGE ORAYME: perfect seclusion before and during confinement: lowest terms; Infants adopted free. Call or volte. Office, 302S Washington. TAPEWORM expelled; also stomach, bowel, liver, kldnev and bladder troubles cured. 107A N Ninth et. DR. NI!IE NEWLAND. Private licensed home for ladles before and during confinement; oldest and most reliable Institution In the State; established over forty Sears: home comforts; motherly care; Infants adopted; Irregularities successfully treated: satisfaction (guaranteed: lad I as In trouble, call or write. 2J31A OUa st. DOCTOR DENNIS resular licensed physi cian; conducts tho only respectable sanitarium for con fine men t In this city; perfect seclusion and home comforts; trained nurse; lowest ternv; adoption if desired; irregularities positively re rrce at little cost; guaranteed results; ladles, X he ro years' experience and have made your Ills my life study; when needing; a friend come cr write to me. DOCTOR H0QN Sffi$iiMS adopted If desired; trained nurses: medical and surgical diseases of women a specialty? Irregu larities treated by now painless method; terms reasonable; consultation free; coll or writs; confidential. CtlS Ollte st., St. Louis, Mo. 3IEDXU31S AND CLAIRVOYANTS. Madam Marie Percy. s3i om EL AN HONEST PROPOSITION. NO FEE IN ADVANCE, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Realizing that many people of this city would be glad to consult a reliable clairvoyant. I will tell your name, wliat you called for, teach you th Luck that brings success In lov, marriage, business speculations and ttan&ac tlons of all kinds. Teaches HOW TO CON TROL THIS OPPOSITE SEX and develop In yourself a power money cannot buy. This wonderful powernrnakes peopl lov you. gives courage and success. Believe and do not doubt. BRING Tni3 AD. FOR FREE TEST. MME. ADA WOLF, the girted lit reader and fortune teller from the West, removed to 101 ( N. Thirteenth St.: readings. !io and Ke. lILUIinit STAMPS,, SEALS. STKHCTLS. ADAMS, th stamp man, 314 N. Sixth it. St. Louis, Mo.: rubber stamps, seals, stencils. tc.; good, cheap, quick. Write for new list. BXCKLSIOR Stencil Worke. JU Ollv tar stm.1 sumps, stencils, burning brands, rubber tpe. teali brass and aluminum checks. RUBBER stamps, rubber type, signs, mark ere, brass and aluminum checks, at lowest prices. Karper Stamp & Seal Co.. $18 I-ocust. DRESSMAKING. WMWVVM'VVMVVVWVW J,,", have your aresses- ana shirt walsbi em broidered or stamped by Mrs. Murnarhan 06 Olive, room ZU: rood work: reasonable prices LADIES tsllorfntr; nults- S3; fancy waljts rnarte: best work: fit maranteed. !il Undell MRS. A. JtUSSEI modiste. Is now located at 1713 Goode ave.; first-class work; reaaonablu pices: shirt-waist suits a specialty. WALL. PAPER. EHRLICH BBOS. paper roorn C-ech- alt work guaranteed; painting don rtasonabl. 405 Easton. ZEHNEB & CO. 1430 Papln 8t. PapJr hang ing, whitening and nlaster ng; all work dons at lowest rates; satisfaction guaranteed; sand postah . . t DEJJTISTBY. -'- sfc sii. -- -- ririjVL"LruLnix TEETH Eare the Natural Teeth by filling or crowning. Restore the missing onea bj Briagea or Plates. DR. E. C. CHASE, 8. E. Cor. Blxtb ud locust Stmt. Bt. Loal UIPnoVED HORSES AXD VEHICLES. e-a-'-N-siersla(t-af--iavsa-s Wanted. FOUR cood draft teams. lan? body wagon; one eekj work. Handley-Caeey Co. World's Fair rrounds For Sate. A TOP park wnpon and turrey at reaaon ably low price. 28 Sheridan. ALWAYS on hand; draft, drplng. general purpose horses, new wagons buggies and har ness; sou trv horses before buvlnjr caih or on paymrnts. H. L. House. U1S X Broadway BARGAIN In black and spring wagons; also single and double harness. 323 Texas ae. BARGAIN Team (rood muls, harness, dirt wagon. J125, good reason for eellins. ssu Mad- lson BARGAINS New stonn bugieir. park wag ons, wirrey. stake and de!ier wagons; first class work J. M Pelrer. 1S25 X Fourteenth BARGAIN RuFinera wagons; all l.lnds; two milk; one two-hoit, top-platform etprees, also tweral buggies. Uhlrnhaut Eros. 132 Mer chant st BARGAIN Twenty-fhe horsco, mares and mules, from $23 to JlOy; five .stake wajcuns, two bulk wagons, two spring wagon, ten pets fclrgls and double harness". Fhoenlx Transfer, 414 Wash BAY horse, btllsh driver; for surrey or storm buggy; clt -broke 21.V N Twenty-first. BIG horse, child's pom , 2336 Riddle must sell, widow BIG team horses, also ono small horse. Wash (rear) BIG hore Inquire Ir Clemen house, mi X Nineteenth st. BIG team of hores. sell chean. good sound work hrrse $23 1R28 Wa-h BIG sound surrey or deliery horse: also two small saddle or ilriWng horses, also good wagon; selling out 2730 Morgan CONFECTIONERY wagon; alsmost now; to date- fell reasonable. 3140 Park COUPLE good big plug horses, cheap; must -ell to-dai. 1312 N Tenth. DIRT wagon, team of horses, nice chunks; sell separate. 1240 N. Twentieth bt. DRAFT, drlvlmr and arenernl-DUrrjosa horses. wagon, harness; cash or payments. eerj thing guaranteed as representea -iayion ae. EXTRA good horse; also smaller caeap Mrs. bmith's. 1713 Morgan. FIFTEEN head horses. SSTsfl S Broadway FIFTEEN horses and mares. J10 up; ponies, wagons and bugries; stjllsh trap. 3357 Pago. FIRST-CLASS rnes, ha mens, wsgons, tc; suitable for all purposes, cah cr small ;ay ments 160S S T.velfU: Pt. FIVE big team mares, one mule, one pony, part bhetland "illS BIdd!. FURNITURE, top and open delUery wag ons; new and secondhand. Young . Co., 145 N. Broadway. GOOD work mare, J30. 24f7 S. Broadwa GOOD work or delivery horse: mule 2S14 S Broadway good small GOOD farm team and several other horses. Boarding stable. 1907 Locust st GOOD rentle pony. 530; also delivery horse; Spokane Eiprrss Co., 103 S Beaumont. GOOD peddler's outfl", measures, license, Tagon, horae and harness. 4446 East on. GOOD delivery n& buggy horse; sound. Call before S a. m. and after 5 this evening. Z215 Benton st. GOOD, big work mare; C $ears old; blind, sell cheap also 6-year-old delivery mare. Call to-day. 2112 Dickson. HARNEto 1.000 sets of all Kinds from SS.50 up, Job lot riding saddles; also secondhand iiarnew. A. Tuckett. 1524 N. Broadwav HARNESS, rrrc 25 sets of secondhand single and double harness. 100 sets of single buggy harness, 103 secondhand bridles. 100 secondhand leather halters. F. A. Steens. S04 IHxh st. HEAVY team of draft horses. dad-down pullers; also good delivery or work horses; need rocm: must sll. 104 S Jefferson. HORSE; E-ultab'e for buggy or light delivery. 4012 S Broadway. noitSKS One drtvlnr horse, one draft horse. also plug horse, cheap. 1721 S. Broadway HORSED, wasous. harness. bUKjcles. stake wagons, etc.; we'll sell to joj for cash or on time, uon't fall to sea us before buying. Stand ard Credit Co. 701 Eurllneton bids.. S10 Olive st Phones. I! 394: Bell Moln 35. I JUST received from the country 8 j-oung mares; also blue roan horse, cheap; one ma cadam wagon 4422 Easton ae. LARGE sorrel horse. S5; two mall horses, suitable for light delivery; cheap. Itl5 Park. LARGE horse, heavy brass-mounted harness: also horse, buggy nd harness, SS0. Store, 3339 Olive rt. LATEST style rubber-tired station wagon, rood as new. Mm Mitchel. 3C0 Undell MARE and horse: works slncl or double, cheap; must b sold. 212 N. Twenty-flrst. NICE, small bay horse; good driver; cheap. 3SH Russell. NICD horse, new runa'-out ana chsap. Mrs Sander's tu Easton. harness. ONE black horse. $30; buggy and harness: must be sold. 1S3S Wash (rear). . ONE fine driving- horse t jear old; sound; one too wagon? horse. 3331 S. Seventh- st. ONE large mare, heavy In foal; 7'jears old: cot suitable for my work. 1000 N. Garrl-on. ONE heavy work horpe: will sell cheap, on account of husband's death. Inquire Mrs. Tay lor, rooming-house. 915 N Sixteenth st. SELLING out: good farm mare; double har ness: your own price. Residence. 1711 Wash. SECONDHAND grocery or market wagon; ry cheap S204 Shenandoah. team white mares, good carriage team. 1112 Naeffereon. 7EAM farm mares; delivery horse. JC0; pony. ISO: coal wagon glO Blddle. TEAM chunky mares, Jl : team chunky horses, 1I!I; team mules. IK. MM Blddle. TEAM horses, harness, dirt wagon: want ot fer; sickness. Call saloon. Twelfth and Biddle. TEAM of mares, large horse, form wagon and harness; also grocery wagon. T?C Mad ison st. THREE horses: will sell at vour own. price; must sell: need money. 1311 Franklin. THREE new rubber-tired storm buggies: ll latest Improvements; elegant stile. H. Boell werk & Bro.. M05 S. Broadway. TWO larg work horses; good pullers; cheap. M25 Cas av. TWO big horse. J25 each: small mar. 5 years old. ES lsiMorg- TWO coal wagons, set of harness, good driv ing horse, work mule; ono large horse, )20. Coal yard. 1621 Franklin (rear). $35 buys a chunky horse; good puller and traveler: also larg delivery hore. fast moter; ore small mule, cheap: must sell. SJ09 S. Eev enth st- MOVER'S FINE VEHICLES. Stanhopes, spiders, runabouts, surrejs, etc., for sale In St. Louis exclusively by T. F REYNOLD 2019 Pino. U A E9EV3ETCS - RETAIL EEPT nAnilBOO Washington Ae and 21st. J. R. SICKI.KS SADDLERY CO. STUDEBAKER VEHICLES. We are th people for reliable goods at re llabl prices. Orolock Vehlcl Co, 916 N. hrtttdvay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS FDR VEHICLES. Guaranteed to Improve the appearance of all vehicles and give service at all times. Get our catalogue and best prices at once. MOUND CITT BATTERT COMPANY. tU North Twentieth st. Roth Thones. Man ufacturera of Wagonette, Tallyhos, Hotel and Depot Coaches, Trans fer and all kinds of Busi ness 'Wagons. McCAIlK-TlinRMAN WAGON CO., 1215-21 North Broadway. FOULTIIY AXD EGGS. MM''trSSMVV IXIGS Tor hatching'; 14 breeding pens. Nether lands poultry farm. Bl Bn and Perry road, OlcnflaJe Station. City office. 917 Olive st. POUIVTIIY wire, ail sizes: very cheep; gar den tool of every description. Standard Tool Co.. 82S N- Sixth, next to Hilt's USE Chamberlain's chick feed and brooder Blank. & Hawk Supply Co. 204 Market st. DOGS, CATS, PETS FOR SALE. AT ft Bartraln Floe bull terrer pup: 4 months V rfSiSi oia. 40WA easton ae. FINE mastiff doffs l year old; must cell; lealn city; cheap. 11 S. eleventh. GENUINE white toy Freni-h poodle puppies tlO and S3: mocklrr birds In song. Imported canaries John Warner. New Orleans Bird Store 1319 Franklin. GOOD, fresh milch cow, 533. C711 Raymond DERMATOLOGY. MAMMMAAfVMVVMiSAV Superfluous Hair, Moles, warts, zed veins, scars, and all no2 slghtly.hamlllatlng blemishes perma nently andsafelvremoved.Callorwrltj JOBK H. WOODBUUT D.I., SOOaiermod-Jfaccard, St.Lorxls. GOLD. SILVER. S1CKEL PLATING. .ISV GOLD, silver and nickel plating In all It branches: repairing old silverware a specialty. Qustav M. Krause. 17 Pine St.. second fiocr. MO.VEY W-VNTED. MOKTcT lm or 1300 for six months: rm security and Interest- DT 47, Republic. MOITET TO LOAN. On Real Estate. MONET to loan; 'will take good building loans. CHAS. H. FRANKE. 1003 Chetnnt. MONEY rjLEOO S ears. S4.Pr cent; no- doubted real estate security. DT 33, Republic W. p. Nelson haiT money to loan: amount to "W. P. Nelson suit on St. Louis realty, W.- P. Neloa Removed to 921 Chestnut st Ill f(J?y 31U.NC1 TO LOAH. On Personal Proprrtr .lis'SiSs',,ss''ss LOANS nesotlated on furniture, pianos or "! it-TBonai property uc 8 per cent per annum. i-unimenuai. notary I'UDUc. 906 Chestnut st. ilONEV loaned salaried people without se curlt V Lanzet. M Uenolst Mdc . Sth i Pine MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos, horses, waKOnr, etc . 8 ;ier cent per jear IM-Ice. Melser S. Co . CH-15-16 Mermod-Jaccard bulMlnc PARTIES In debt, firms cr Indlv duals, call on us. wo can help ou International Bust- up-33 rtgency room 715. BW vine t . KUOFNE A TRISLKtt. Koom 21. 11 N Seenth st . Ie Menll bulldlnr ,... Flr Inurnnce Agency. loans on rrRNiTrnn-i,ov rxtes. INVESTIGATE THIS WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. -.' make loans on furniture WITHOUT UB un t e make ro inquiries of jour friends r.V3pl0er e Kit sou the full amount In - hil, not checks Wo arrange payments to suit j-our ON BNIBXCB and AIUL1TY We do not ItECORD loanit. We RCCKIPT for everv paxrmnt made We pay off anv OTHER i.9.v.. or n balanre on furniture and GIVE MORB MONEY We EXTEND pajment In cae of SirKNKSS We make AS I.OW rptes "irV'P-LOWEST We grant LIBERAL TMS t Ot NTS for time rronev li not ued Th! li our business In i nutshell finn ITS before set ting a loan lwwhTe an J be convinced that we are IIF I'EOpl.T: THE IIOrSCIIPLD LON CO . ROOM Ml ri'LLIIRTON RCILDINQ, , , SEVENTH AXD TINE KTS Telephone fnr n to call Klnloch R 1311 PHONEY TO LOAN, ox i-unNifLiin. PIANOS. HOUSES DO OT l AII TO CALL, and net our rate beforo ppttinc; loan elewhere. our sstem aHes I1XG Tlili: and SMALL. PAYMENTS with nEBTn when paid before due. so you only par for rach time as vou have had loan. We Klie PASS BOOK, where all payments at- en tered IVe do not require pament. while SICIC OH OCT OP WOP.K: NO 1MTM.1CITV: NO IN-roN-VENinNCE NO INQriltV paoers can be slcnej at houso and jou can iret money same day ou anply We make a rpeclalty of paying on an loan or claim osaln-t goods and clv lnir mo'e money If ou cannot call WItlTn Olt TELnPHONE us and we will send agent lo explain our NEW SYSTEM TELEPIinvR KINLOCH n tU FIDELITY IlItOKERAGE CO.. Iloom No 10 Commonwealth Trust buildlnc. Ilroadar ami OlUe st Entrance 21 Olive st. MONEY TO LOAN CA W IIKI.P YOU TO Iinil' VOI'HSlFf Are jou burdened nlth numerous small debts that nnnov and harass you? Or do you owe anj ,t the HlGH-PniCED LOAN COM MMM' If so let u paj vour many bills and ADVANCE YOI7 MOKE MONEY If -am. eo. and jou ctn MAKE ONE PAYMENT PY ALL Here vou trn obtain EASY PAYMENTS rf-NO LMB AND I-OWEST ItTES on Fur n.'5.llr,.Fl5nc"'' Horses and Woeons WITHOUT ''JJOVAU ALL TnNSACTIO-S CONFI SFrTy11 wc EXTEND PAYMENTS IN OiSLOP SICKNESS OR OUT OF EMPLOY MENT Our plan will sle you money and annoyance See others then see us. Csll. wr'te or nhone EeM Main ESM. Klnloch C 180 NBIV TOltK FINANCE CO . 10.. I0S nnrl JBnll Fallows' nuildln.. NINTH AND OLIVE ST9 e mat loins on Furniture, Piano". Horses. ?-???mVwlthout f'mnial. We nccept the f.1JA.,rfcE.SIPAT1,c'N"rs aniJ ke the ibIESr TERMS of nnv compiny In the city. fl 1; weekly pasi a J75 00 loan. Jl CO weekly pav s a S.'JI 00 loan. 0c weekly paj-s a S35 CO loan. iOc weekly pays a $13 0) loan Pents can be made monthly In proportion J?i . x-S. "?,cs " desired EXTENSIONS !V?,?':EJ".ca,' of SICKNESS or out of Bi-PLrnMENT An lntenlew will convince jou that we c-in sae jou money on Loans. Klnloch C 1371 . AMERICAN LOAN ASSOCIATION. CSC Century Hide. oilie and Ninth Sts Loans at Per Oenf aXF- "Si?" LOANS ON" FURNITURE, pr A!5'BTC' without rcmmal. NO PUBLIC- See.,Ils before gcttltng a LOAN else h1!?!?" ""'.Kaie cu money: CHEAPER mpwq L?NOIR JIMEV SMALLER PAT- iltLTV JM Wo rill fyfr nnv t fll V halinn. n v3nJ'VPS:n' "P- I'a' "' our CONVENI ENCE. Liberal DISCOUNTS Call and be con Un.c.e". rile " telephone Klnloch A sa UNION FINANCE OO 302 and ZD1 Oriel bldg . S e cor Sixth and Locust. Entrance 818 N. Sixth, opposite Barrs LOANS ON FURNITURE. Rates and terms unheard of. Look; Jl 50 weekly pays a J75 loan. $120 weKIj pajs a $&i loan. Jl weekly paj a JVt Joan ?5c weekly pas a J40 loan Pa-ments may be made weekly, semimonthly or annual! it IW to your Interest to consult us. All business prtnl and aboe board See us. CHEMICAI, FINANCB CO, 5tt Chemical bide Eighth and Olive sts WE ADVANCE MONEY TO SA1-AK1KH P1.0HLE. NO Mu.tlUAGE NO INDORSER without emplojer's knowl edge. ALSO ON FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC Our plan Is the cheapest, best and most pri vate In the city Call, write or telephone Kln loch C1M7. ST LOUIS INVESTMENT CO . Room 1118 Missouri Trust building. Entrance TOO Olive st " LOANS If. EAST ST. LOUIS. Also In surrounding towns. On FURNITURE. PIANOS and SALARIES Amounts to suit jour need and TERMS to suit TOUR ABIL ITY to pay. We do not remove goods. Exten sions In, case of sickness. Liberal discounts. Klnloch St Clair 405 THE HOME TRUST CO.. Room 208 Metropolitan Building. 415-417 Missouri Ave.. East St Louis Lowest Rate Loans. WE will PAY off any DEBT JOU OWE and ADANt.E vou MORE MONEY on your FUR NITURE PIANOri. horses and wagons; goods left In vour POSSESSION WEEKLY or MONTHLY payments LOWEST RATES: dis count given If PAID before due. Call or write 203 N. Tenth st.. room 111 Ozark building. THE ANPFIf-ON FINANCE CO Money to loan In any amount on all kinds of personal property. Bargains In unredeemed pledges. 912 FRANKLIN AVE. MONEY LOANED. A new Arm with new ideas In loaning money to people in need of financial help; loans mad on furniture, pianos, etc.. 5 per cent year; weekly or monthly payments: strictly private; money at once ROTAI. FINANCE CO., Suite 323 Frisco hldg , s. E. Cor. Ninth and 011e sts . pbene Kin. C 1730. EUST ST. LOUIS LOAN GO. Loans money on household goods and all kinds or personal property; easy monthly payments. Room 225 McCasland building. 223 Colllnsvllie. Phones: Bell East 133231: Klnloch St. Clair 430. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. We furnish vou money quickly and confiden tially, without security. National Credit Co., rooms 301-302 Chemical bldg.. Eighth and Ollv. Money Advanced Salaried People Teamsters.boardlng-house keepera without secn-r rlty.easy paj mentR; largest business in W princi pal cities To 1 man. Ml Ho user bldr .S09 ChestnuL 3ICSICAL. ABSOLUTELY cheapest rjlaca In eltv for all kinds of musical Instruments; sheet, band and orchestra music. Hunleth'a. 3 S. Broadway. BARGAINS in pianos and organs; let us do your repairing; satisfaction guaranteed. Joseph Placht & Son . 113 S. Broadway. COMING The Great Golden Crown Concert Band at North St. Lout Turner Hall, April 17. Se- Sunday's id. EDISON. Victor talking machines: $1 week; Ecrd for catalogue; latest records: musical In struments Bauer's Music Store. 2732 Gravoi FINK square Chlckerlng nlano; was J300; party leaving city w II sell cheap. S022 Clark. FINE Llndeman; guaranteed excellent ton and good action don't mis this opportunity: J175 Retter's. 1C2S N Grand. Atjowcst rates. New Pianos In Mahogany, Walnut, Oak and Maple Cases. Pianos sold on payments or for cash. Tuned, repaired or moved. 1TEY CO. 1116 OLIVESTREET. mm ben' A larga number of now TJurlahtl Pianos, of standard makes. In oaXl walnut and monosany finiwri a from I I $3Q to $4 60 per month. Taecjn Instruments are kept In tune I I without oharge to customers. Payments for reat will be credit ed on purchase price In case 70a decide to buy the Instrument. PiiiOS REM AX BOLLMAN'S 1 1 2-0 -1 1 2 2 OLIVE, ST. JltlSlCAL- GAnLEU uprlKht 7 1-3 ctae. JIM; Kurtz mann square. 7 1-J octaie. ;C3. Stono square. 7 octae, J3o; all In cood order. G Groteeuth. 10G N Twelfth st- GOOD snuaretnlano. cheap If sold this week. Call at 4C23 Garfield "IIEAIt tho Soul of a Krakauer Sine" to hear It is to huv It R.-ilrf nnli bv Dan's G Dun- ker I'lano Co . Fyurteenth and North Market. JOHN ITPT.n M11. Snhmer. Newht A Evans J "d other reliable pianos at pdeon lUv '" ..". .- ijijui" a s. . I'uuiivEt a.ici 4SSJ. aim - " LOOK at our baricalrs In fully guaranteed pianos; your own terms; absolutely lowest prices Retter's. 1055 N Grand. MONTGOMERY'S Cornet Studio. 10 N Jtf f rson ae.; open eveninss and Sunday after noons; pupils wanted on comet, buclo and coach horn MUSIC lessons dun by I'aul ltocow. teacher of music from German! 2310 S Ilrotdv.ay. MUSIC teacher, a) enr' experience, tirst cla union music furnished. 11. Wallace 1j3 Cliouteau itrconos-a praph rirrds t -Inch and W1A St 'Z 10-Inch phono LiouIm axe WE supply outsldo towns with npw ami sec ondhand mulcal Instruments at whilealo prices. Joseph I'lacht &. Son. 113 b Dtoadnay WILI sell Vose & frfcns uprht piaros at a sacrlllce If taken this week; good as new. 02 S. Jefferson ate $6 bu8 line p'ono. full ize. cost C2CS. stool anj coier 1111 N Sittecrth $73 bus StccK piano 7 1-3 octttJ KLEEKAMP 11ISOS PIANO CO M37 Park. JICT. buys llnp upilsht piano Tth stool and scarf. Schubert i. Moxter, ZV! IViuklln ae SECItUT SOCIIiTICS. it.MGin.s or PYTHIAS. ACME LODGE. NO 319. K OF V MEETS every Thursday ti enlp j at 5 o'clock. West .n.a llnll n. k .. . .. .... . - . .. .. ., aenues Members requt.ttd to utleiid regular ly. isiiors coruiaiiy iniuea. MAriliLv VONEY. C. C. C. W. Clifton. !.. OT 1L S . 111! tot. Louis avenue BiKLINGTON LODGE, NO. I3, K. OF P., meets Wednesday eenln. iiarcn s, tm. at Fraternal building, northnest curner E.-v-enth and franklin avenue Work In ttrst ds giee on five candidates. Members will plca u present. Visiting kn.gnis aiwaya welcome. . .. . KOHEllT U'CON.SOI!. C. C. Attest: Frank O Connor, K. tf it. &. M , rM Thomas street. CucVAUfclt LODGE. NO 70. KMUIIT3 of 1'ythias astlc ball In OJd rtl.uns i;.uiple. Han ;0. , eighth huor. 1Kb ulor meetings every vedncduiv evciurg at & o'clock sharp Husineri of Importance Avelnea Uay evening, ilarch !, 1J0I Visltlns Knlgiis alvvajs welcome. Uii J sUMMis. c C Alttst. Louis v.". bttgtctrti. lv.. ui It. . 3. Aodrets. tsoj Arsenal Et. COLUMBIA LODGE, NO 216. K. OF P Meets ev ery Tuesday ev enlng at 8 o'clock, Century builulng, Nlntn and Olive streets, eai.1 h?'1!, luesuay f.runt March 15. Work In tank of Knigut. Ail visiting brother vveicome. T . ALEXA.NUBll NICHOLSON. C C. J. F Deii,it. K ul IL it a UAMON LODGE. NO. 2. K. OF P. MEETS every Wednesday evening at Odd I eilows' Hall, No. 2. seveutn floor, iintn and Olive street Busint, nieet.i g. Ueunesjaj, March 1$. Alcmtcrs expected. Maltors invited. F. &. SluiiM. C. C Attest: H. It. Bermel. K. or 1:. u S, 3743 Evans avenue FUTURE GREAT LODGE. NO. 275, K. OF P.. Howard s Hull. Inlrlleth and Olive. vednesua evening, work in the rank always at hand. Vlsltur welcome. K. P. FRITSCHLE. C. C. U. A Roberts. K. ot 1). u a mODOC LODGE. NO. 290. K, OF P Aleuts every tuesuay ov enlng at & o'clock ui Alienor Hall, soutnwebt corner Jefferson and Park, avenues Take lou.tuo.-n Uelnts, Park or Jefferon avenue cars, .uembers aru expected and visitors cordially Invited to atund. Work m rank ot Knlgnt. A. H NORRlati. C. C. L. K Cass, tv of It. & t PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 201. K. OF P. Meets eery Wednesday e enlng. Century uuilding. Ninth and Onto streets, ilarch i. jniplllKU rank of 1'age. Visitors milled. i. N. KUlll.Si.ON. C C. W. A. Gra. K. or P.. i &. PItEillER LODGE. NO. 213, K. OF r. Meets regularly eery Monday evening In iiall. N. 3, seventh floor Odd Felloes' building Next meeting, Monda), ilarch 21. 1304. Work in the rank or Page, amphtled form. lsitors are cordially Incited Membeis arc je qucsted to attend. JOSEPH O. MORE. C. C. J '. Uttte. jr.. K. or It. &. b.. ajtiA North Twenty-Hfth street. RED CROSS LODGE. K. OF P.. MEETS AT 7.30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' Hall. Ninth anu Oltie street, every Wednesday nlgnt. Vis itors always welcome. March IS. ljoi. amplified rank or Knight. J B. H1GOON. c. C. H. W Uelaice. ix.clR.HB. ROBERT E. COWAV LODGE. NO. 131, K. of 1'. Meet every Monday erenlng nt 8 o Clock. West Hall. Century building. Ninth and Ollro streets Monday, March 21. work In rank ot Knight. Members are requested to at tend. Visitors always welcome. OSCAIt at. STOLL. C. C Attest; Henry H. Luebbert. K. of R. & s. WABASH LODGE. NO. 24S. K. OF P . ,. me"3 every Tuesday evening at Castle Hall, southwest corner Broadwav and Benton. March 13, work In the rank or Page. Visitors welcome. o. L. OSBOltN. C. C. M. C. Shulte. K. of It : S XULEMA LODGE. NO. 321. K. OF P TT. V- Monday evening. March H. 1304. in hall No. 1. tenth floor Century building, at 3 o'clock. Work In rank of Esquire. Members ei--ected and visitors cordlall) Invited to attend. ... . .niAKK J VOLLildt. C. C Attest: O. M Brooks, K. of It. & S. P. O. Box Mf AAC1ENT FHEE AMD ACCEPTED BIASOS. ANCHOR LODGE. NO. 443. A T. i. A. it., will meet Wednesdsr evening. March 38. at 7.30 o'clock. Jefferson and Tark av SiuVs? f or work In second degree. Brethren welcime. Bv- 01SerT, r. . . E" W HUGHES, ft-- M7 R. IL Caffal. Secretary. " GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 9 A r. & A. M. will hold 6. epTclil com' munlcation at hail. Grand and Finney avenues 1 p. m.. March 13. Work In E A. degree, on several candidates Members requested. Visit ors fraternally Invited to attend. t GEORGE W JAMES. W. M. W. L. Reynolds. Jr.. Secretary. KEYSTONE LODGE. NO. 243. A. T. & A. M. Stated communication at Grand Ave nue .Masonic Temple this Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. E. A. degree. Visiting brethren fra ternally Invited FRED A. RAITHEL, TT. If. Moses Ely. Secretary. LAMBSKIN LODGE. NO. 460, A. T. & A. M. Stated communication this (Wednesday) evening, March 9, at 7:30 o'clock. Work. Vis itors welcome. Good attendance expected. WILLIAM IL EVANS, W. M., Fred G Fuessel. becretary. tf ISSOURI LODGE. NO. L A. T. & A. M. I mated communication on Thursday. March 17. at 7:30 p. m.. la Corinthian Hall. Examinations in first, second and third degrees. Work In F. C degree. Members requested and visiting brethren fraternally invited to attend. J. W. KRUEGER. W. M. 7ohn II. Deems. Secretary. PRIDE OF THE 'WEST LODGE. NO. 179. A. r. & A. M. Regular meeting this Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. at Doria Hall, Grand Avenuo Masonic Temple. Grand and Finney avenues, for work in the E. A. and V. C de gree. Visitors cordially Invited. Members re 5uested to attend. E. IL MICHEL. W. M. J. R. Eggenbersr. Secretary. KNIGHTS OF HONOR. BENTON LODGE. NO. 1S22. K. OF II . meets first and third Wednesdays at i rutds' Hall. Ninth and Market streets. All Knights ot Honor Invited to attend our meet ings. C RISCHBIETER, Dictator. 1550 South Third street. R. IT. Krause. Reporter, 2715 South Ninth street. CENTENNIAL LODGE. NO. 417.,KNIGHTS or Honor, meet every first and third Wednesday of each month at Kahlman's Hall, southeast comer Twenty-seccnd and Madison streets. All Knights of Honor cordially Invited. M. IL FINNEGAN. Dictator. No. 1402 North Twenty-second street. IT. Thavonot. Reporter. No. 1610 Helen street. rrx issoum lodge, no. 227. k. of h I " 1 Regular meetings on nrst and third Wednesday at Fraternal building. No. 1101 Franklin avenue. Hall No. 8. All Knights of Honor invited. FERD CASE. Dictator. 371$ Madison street. John Frame, Jr.. Reporter. No. 4343 LIntoa avenue. OAK LODGE. NO. 100. K. OF H.. MEETS every first and third Wednesday at Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and Cass avenues. All Knights ot Honor Invited. J. II. CRAIG. Dictator, No. 11 South Fourteenth street- Edward T. Cooke. Reporter. No. 1403 Chest nut street. KNIGUTS OF COLUMDCS. MVWWs'efVNM" Dfc SMET COUNCIU -NO. 7C, KNIQHT of Columbus, meets eery nrst and third -nursdaj In the west hall. Century building. Nmin and Olive streets, vial ting knlgnts are invited. a P. MO.NAUHAN. Grand KnihL M. J. Mciane. llecorder Kt,rtttivK UU.NC1U NO. 683 KMUUT of Columbua, meets every second and Iourth Wednesday at Hose Hill Hall. Na o90T Maple at enue UiUng knights am ays wel come. JOUN PAUL. CHEW, Grand Knlsnt. Walter T. Cunnimrhain, Ilecorder. rrx Ai.wu.xiE cou:ciu no. u I Knights ot Columbus, meets e.ery sec ond and fourth Tuesday In the west hall. Cen tury building. Ninth and Olive streets. Vittt ine knights cordially Invited. Prank O. cUnninumA-I. Grand KnlchL t P. Leonard. Recorder. ST. l-OU13tC0UNClU NO. i53. MKUia very first and third Tuesday at West .nd Hall, southwest corner Finney and Vanae venter avenues. Visiting knights are cordiall Invited. iXDWARD UfiVOY Grand Knicht. Joseph P. Uuny, Recorder. uu 3Iiseetlaneoaa. IIERCILANTS EXCHANGE Mufnt t" lent Society. St. Louis. March 15, 1331 The members or this society are hereby notified to call and pay, without further notice ri within thirty days from March 17, ism iha same being assessments me upon the dVth. of Wm. emith and Wm. McBlatr. Last da? for paying, April 18, 1904. l mr . it, wux.ftiu.KE,, Secretary, SCCltHT SQCIKT1ES. iduim:mji:xt nrtnen odd fel lows. A.N't'lIOIt IJCiVCK. NO S2. I. O. O. F. 1 31iet ivery Monday evening at Schuett Hall. Nlnrtechili and Wright streets. Work In tbetdegrte; Vl.ltlng brothers welcome.. LIU l.NUKNUACHBIt. N. O.. IlalM Petty K'cretury 183; O'Fallon St. tT Ll)Ul UJUOE. NO. 5. I. O- O. F., ' s meeth very batuiday evening In hall No. 1. Odd I'eltovvs buildtnz poutneast corner Ninth and ollva Mrtet. Visitors welcome. t Members expected to attend. It I. GERLIN. N. O. I Wallace McCargo S"rretary ILDEY LODGE. NO 2. I. O. O. F.. H meets Tuesday evening of each week at J hail No. 1 04il I i.,tA uh tuiiik corniT Ninth T and Olive, at i .lotk. Matting brother ln-- f t Mted to attend Work In nrst degree March 22. J C bll.VNER. N. G. i F. W. Rlegel. Secretary. 1 UUV.W, AltCAMJJl. GRAND COUNCIL illfciQURI. ROYAL Arcanum. 303-311 Holland Building A cordial welcome to visitors, friends, brethren and members from abroad. E. A BARBOUR. G. R. Jno. C. Klllingrworth. Grand Secretary. K.MGIITS OP 1-ATHCIl 31 VTIICW. Gl LAWRENCE O'TOOLn COUNCIU NO. ' 3 Knights of Father Mathew Meets on first and third Monday of oach month at .School Hall. No 111.! OTjlIon street. All mem ber requited to be present. Visitors welcome. JOHN M HENNESbV. Chief Sir Knight. John J fccullj. Recorder. A. A. O. 3T. M. S. mOOHII TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M. S, will m?ct at Grand Avenue Masonic Ten-pie on Wlesdjr March 1C, at S o'clock P. m. II 1 NinilRINGIIAUS. JR.. Illustrious Potentate. John R. Tarson. Recorder. St. LonN Cotton Mnrkct. .Spot ruirke: firm. Sales 15 bales. Quo!: " Good oidlnary . '. l.l" 14 151, IIP. WS raiddlinjs i'v m.aaiing A'ldc'llllg Good middling ' Middling ralr " Tinges and stains i.Cc oft white. Galvton Spot market firm; IS IC-lCc New Orleans Spot rr.arl.et quiet; middlings lCc Memphis Spot market firm; middlings 13 12-ltc Receipts at principal po'nts: r-tletcn. 4.253 bales. New Orleans. 3.MQ b3l. Mobile. 37 biles bavarrnh. 53 bales, fiarlenon. 713 bale3. Norfolk. l.Ift) bales. Hotston. 2 bale?. Memihls. SS3 balei. Net receipts at all United Stat" ports fr 2 days were lS.GC-0 bales, against 12 273 !! n week ago and 30.305 bales In 1303. Export 1 149 bales, against 42.100 bales In 1503 block I-iOn bale", against E37.2C9 bales In 1003. ST. LOUIS WAREHOUSE STATEMENT. Tills L"t Stock on hand Sept. 1 Net rece'pts since Sept. 1 .... Net shipments Net shipments since Sept. 1... Stocks on hand , Gross recelpu Gross receipt? since Sept. 1... Uirtsa shipments ... . :.., Gross shipments since Sept 1 Ilj Tolesrrnpli. Ntt York. Mnrrh ! Fpot cotton closed dull, 20 point aiUame middling uplands l4Gc; mH dllnir Gulf ie 7ul eaks none Futures closed Irarely Head Marrh lfi.tjc April lnc; Mav 16.3Cc; June 16.32c; Jaly 1iX,3.h:. Aug. JiTCc: Spt 13 S5c Tl'e market orned ueak at a decltn of ;??! jK)lnts on the tld ard of 43J0 points on the iifv crap month's, under liquidation and nvim Fellinpr. attracted h th disappointing ca bles and expectations of lather a. lirp moxe-, ment. nhile there was etlll more or leas talk of an unsatisfactory spot demand. Before th" decltntns tendency was checked May bad sold down to 16oc and July to 1G 10c. with the ac tie months penotally from 32 to 7 points lower, tho new-crop positions show ins1 relative firmn-s In the absence cf agrtisUe liquidation. Th earb soiling, hoveer, appeared to exhaust tho liquidation of the weak long interest, and when the Ilffht Houston estimate was recehed prlce"i ralliel a few points Aftr this the market, thouch more or lets irregular, snowed an ad arcing tendency It looked as thoush the room Iial oenoId on the early break, an I when shorts attempted to cocr but little cotton was offered. Intimates for to-morrows receipt.- at Gahcston and Nrw Orleans were heavy, and the Interior movement onan both expectation- and lat year's flcurcs In spite of thes fact, however, and th reactionary tendency at New Orleans, the market ccntlnued to advance, and in the middle of th afternoon had cold up to lt 41c fur May and 15 41c for July with March, which attracted t little business, iluctnatlnc around lfiJOc. This represented a net advance ot from & to 7 points on the active months, but Just before the rloe realizing eased the rev ket off a few points from the best, and th final tone was barely stead v. with old-erop posi tion 25J3 oint9 lower, while th now crop was uncmiugeu 10 t puinis nijf nr. casi worn ju mated at COOCuft bales The local bull leader, while reported to L n. buyer on the early break, seemed to b takinr no aery active part in the trading-, nnd New Orleans was apparently op erating both wava A a whole, the market showed little feature. Tradlnp beyond a briT Interval at the opening, when wire houses wexa sellers, feemed to be mostly local and for pro fessional account Public operations seemed to be curtailed by tbe already hi eh level of prices In connection with continued reports of a poor short demand and continued Ucht exports, al though In respect to spot demand reports reach ing the market are very conflicting The offi cial cpot markets as reported from the South were generally aulet to fcc hlaher. New Orleans. li , Mirch 15. Cotton quiet and eay sales 300. ordinary 13 11-1 lc; cood ordinary 15c. low middling 15Hc: middllnjr iSe; pond middling IS -lCc. xnlddlfne fair 15 l-lc; receipts 3.3G0. tock 361.C94 rutures steadr: March lP5c Md: Arrll 15.5415 0?c: May lS.t ffrlG-Tc; Jun Ib3lfil6 53c. July 16.7.V1I1$ T(t: Auc 15f!Sfiil3ic. frert. 33 73t?13.75c; Oct. l.7t C12 7FC. Nov. l2.S2ai2.65c. Wool. Boton. March 13. The feature of the wool market hre the past week has been the strong1 demand for medium and low wools. The mar ket, however, lacks life. There Is a disposi tion to av.att the comine cf the nsw material. Oho result of the recent movement ta that th market is Practically bare of low grades. I'rlces on all prades. with the exception of mediums are noticeably firm. Territory and pulled are steady, with moderate ofrerlnjrs In. the latter and a aulet demand. There t a firm ton In forelm wools. Quotations: Terri tory. Idaho, fire ,i?16c: heavy, fine. UtSltai line medium 165215', c: medium 160170; low medium 17SlSc. Wjomlng. fine medium. HO 17c; medium 3Smn9c: low jnedlum 19S20C. Utah and Nevada, line 1521Cc; heavy, fine. 12&14o: fin medium lGH17c: medium 3S019o: low medium iWWc. Dakota, fine, 35316c; fine medium ltvanc: medium SS19c: low medium 13f20c. Montana, fine, choice. 19820c. fine medium, choice. 19S"20c. average ISClJc; staple 15fi20c. medium choice 19S20c Ponltrj-. REPUBLIC SPECIAI. N"w York, March 35 I4ve PoQltrr RecelpU 1 car 'U csttrn. 1 Southwestern and 2 Bouthern. Ir.volces for later In the week showed up a little heavier than expected, but there wae a good den and. and the market was well sus tairtd at esterdaya advance on fowl. Other kinds of welshing; stock steady, but Houthern .ind Southwestern geese very irregular In Qual ity, nnd onlr finest brought outsldo prics. 1'tptonT not plenty and firm. Quotations un ch.rj,ed. Drttsed Poultry Receipts 3.?03 pkgs. Arrivals of fresh-killed fowls were moderate, and. with advices indicating a sharp falling off for later in the week, there was a steady tone to values and the market was well p stained at yester days advance. On strictly fancy pradeJ fowls, packed in boxes, it was possible to realize 14c. but aside from that 12lZVc covered most of the business, while wrae ordinary fowls had to po ntlll lower. The few chickens arriving: we re mcstly stags and of uncertain value. Fresh ktllcd turkeys did not sell unless at very low prices. Old roosters firm. A few fancy capons exceeded quotations, but small and slips sold slow. Fancy, Iarre, white squabs not plenty and steadr, but poor and dark In liberal sup ply and sold slowly. There was a fair move ment in frozen fowls, but as considerable city frozen were thrown on the market, there was not much done in weather-frozen. Other kinds of frozen poultry about steady. Quotations un changed. Essra. REPUBLIC SPECIAL New York. March 15 Epss Receipts 18.251 cases. The listed receipts were full, but a great deal of delayed stock that hai been tn days to two weeks in transit and heretofore, re ported Is included In the actual deliveries, and 10 CM) cases were landed. Sles on the exchange were of four lots coverine Indiana. Illinois nnd Western firsts at 13c which was added to rule the later tradlnc on the street, but buyer. found no difficulty In getting the goods wane. In anv and all grades at Quotations, and tit tone of the market was weak In expectation of full lines carried over and heavy receipts for the remainder of the week, which. It is thought. will show a total of 00 000 cases, or 15,000 In ex cess of actual consumption. "Western, firsts l9ii; tecondJ lS'c. Kentucky, firsts 19c: seconds Wnc Tennessee and Southern, firsts lSAiOlJr; serds JMflS-ie Other Quotations unchanged, Philadelphia. Ma-ch 15. Eggs firm; pood de rmoid: fiesh nenr-by lM4c at the mark; fresh Western H20c: do. fresh Southwestern 19JW 19i.c: fresh Southern 19c. Chicago, March 15--Eggs easy; at mark, caes Included, 1540 per doz. Kansas City Mo . March 15 En lower; Missouri and Kansa. cases returned. 3"Jc; Nt, 2. whltewood cases Included, 14ic. nutter and Clieesc New York. Marrh 1.-Tiiif tr- nn'f ., creamery lJVS?24c; State dairy lf32lc Cheess. quiet; aiaie tun cream, lancv. small ana urge ccloied and White Sept, 12c; do. late-made If3;.. Chicago, March 3. Butter easy; creamer!' uvuij-jc, irir i ric, eese easy; cit iic: twins iu-iuc; Americas lie PHladelnhla. Pa March Butter steadr extra Western creamery 24Hc: extra near-by prints 2Sc Cheese dull; New -York full cream cholco to fancy llcr fair to good 1010?;c EliGIN BUTTER MARKET. Elgin. HI . March 35. Butter firm at HHof offerings 1S1 tubs; sales. 43 tubs; eales for lsit week, 435,500 lbs. Fin xx ceil Quotations REPUBLIC SPECIAI Chicago. March lo. Flaxseed was doll., neg lected and quotably unchanged: No. 1 -i0-wertem was $1.16 bid and No. 1 was S1.W bid; Mav was JL13 bid and March was quoted at $1.10: receipts here were 18 cars, at MlnelHi 22 cars and 90 cars at Duluth. Petroleum. Oil City, Pa.. March 35. Credit balances SLTL. Certlflcates no bid. Shipments 59.S19. averagt 64.17S; runs 35.523. average 69.951. ShiDmftatl Uma 44 808. averace es.039: runs lima IMA Tear. Year .. 1.263 11.715 .. 50,350 &I.X11 133 104 .. 23 C57 3B.K3 .. 21.35S 23.727 .. 7,333 1,SH ..440.54? 3S,7"ifl .. 7.535 L6X ,.413.Sil ei.6C3 jK L I average 5I.CS7. iV L3 -, -tf&., -gls. .jtl -v &ztfiM-aftsi