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1M Lammert Furniture
THE LAMMERT
Of a most complete line of Morris Chairs, Fancy Rockers and Up
holstered Furniture in leather and tapestry, and all suitable goods
for the Parlor, Library, Bedroom and Dining Room, at an excep
tionally low price.
It will more than pa' you to inspect these Special Bargains.
the laiiiert furniture so.,
FOURTH AND ST. CHARLES STREETS.
HOTEL RATES WILL NOT BE
ADVANCED DURING THE FAIR
.Vroprietois Stale Thar I'lkv Will Hi-main Reasonable After (he
Exposiiiou Opens. Though i nests "Will lie Expected to Double
l"p in Rooms Accommodations Provided for More Than 100.
(1(10 Vivitors Daily Hoarding - Houses and Private Homes In
crease the Capacity for Enteitaiuing Hots of Sightseers.
FIGURES ARE BELOW THE MARK SET BY OTHER LARGE CITIES.
"How "hall we furnish tjic bct nccom
irodatlons at the most i?asonable rate to
the millions of Kitors who will come to
St. Louis during thf next ix or -een
months?"
This question 1m aeliatrd the mind- of
St. Loi'ls hotvi managers for ome time
Tails to anone acquainted with the hotel
business, from the president of the com
pany to the bellboy, and ou will be told
that carirg for the World Fair irowds
is a herculean task.
Pullv alie to the proportions of the
problem, hotel men of the cit hae for
monthi been acthe in (.eckim? a solution.
Perhaps a few week experience will be
necessary to hon hoteikeeper how to
t( best carry out plan- which they hae al-
ready outlined. Howcer, interviews with
nn of the heads of leading establishments
will lead one to beiee that the last
throne, of transients who come to th Ex
position will he .ared for In a way to re
flect credifbn the city.
Almost all of th hotel companies have
"Utpni-teil liberally to World's l'air sub-
iytription-. Individually and collectively.
-"- "the mnaners of the several hotels are
personally interested in the success of the
" Exposition.
1 'ltATI"S NOT HAISED:
JIOItE GUESTS IN ROOMS.
According to precedents in times when
the hotel accommodations of any citj are
to be taxed to an unusual dejrree. the
question of raising the rates immediately
arises. In many instances, where conven
tions and expositions are to be held in
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MONDAY MORNING, April 11th, at
cities, the rtes at hotels have soared
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luring the Exposition, as far as the in
dividual Is oncernd Ow-Mir to the great
demand for aicomm'idattons and the In
crease In nanlpr ?nd wagts of emiojes,
hotel mamscrs will have to idopt same
plan wheiely they mn protect their own
Increased epenso and at the same time
protect the visitors
As t solution of this question, hotel
manager-, almost without exception, have
decided to increase the capcit of the
rooms, although the rate per person ob
taining at present, will prevail during the
Fair.
In case of extraordinary crowds, two.
three and perhaps four persons will be
asked to occupy the same 100m. Each
guest will pay for accommodation at the
rate charged previous to the opening of
the Exposition.
In case one person wishes to occupv the
room alone a rate equal to the total
amount which the room could earn wi I
be charged. This will prevent a few from
enjojlng accommodations, while man) arc
depriv ed.
According to statements made by hotel
men and persons accustomed to traveling,
such .in arrangement is quite natural. As
a rule Exposltion visitors usually come
In parties of three or fuor. They will
want to be together most of th time, any
way, ard If they are asked to s eep in
the same room, it is thought that they
cannot find ground for protest.
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Guests who stop at the leading down
town hotels will be able to do so as cheip
ly as the could had they come to St.
Louis a vear .iro Even if they consider
It an inconvenience to sleep in a room
with other guests such an annovanco can
not be prevented unless they are willing
to pav for dipriving others of accommo
dations Managers of the leading downtown ho
tels have discussed the question thor
oughly The rule of maintiinlng present
rates with an Increase In the capacity of
the rooms will be generally enforced. This
rule will be IroncHd. That in. no one will
be able to secure favors which cannot bo
granted unlvcrsallv.
The number of guests which shall fill
a room wl 1 depend on the size of the
loom. A room which ordln&ril-, is as
signed to one pi i xon can hold two and
probabl three A room which ordlnaril
accommodate:, two guests will shelter four
if the occasion demands
In downtown hotels cafe prices will not
.idvance materially. The action of man
agers will depend on the prices of pro
visions, vegetables and fruits. The expect
nl increase in wages of emploes must
also be taken into consideration. In the
main hotelkeepcrs declare that they wll
not be Jiii-titied in r.ti-ing cafe pricek a
long a- pifsent conditions continue.
.Manage! Henry Weaver of the Planters
Hotel savs that after Ma 1 lie will expect
guets to be willing to "'double-up" in
rooms, but that each guest will onlv he ex
pected to pay according to the rate tl at
prevails now.
VIEWS OF BIG
HOTEL MANAGERS
"World's Fair visitors are coming In
great numbers," "aid Mr. Weaver, "ard
Cfcey must be accommod-ited. It Is only
fair that the hotels take care of them in
the best "ooislblo manner.
"If a room earns J3 a day now for one
guest and three guests ctn occup it each
guest will be charged JS. Of course, the
room will then earn J9 Should one person
drslro to occupv the room alone the full
earning capacity, or in other words, 0,
will be charged Weekly or month rates
will not be made to anyone."
Manager Lewis of the Southern, said: "If
two gue"ts are friends they cannot object
if we ask them to occupy the same room
at a time, when hundreds are clamoring
for accommodation. It is the logical thing
to do. The present rate per guest will
continue."
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"Carln-r for the visitors who come to
St. Louis this summer. Is a difficult prop
osition, and thev cannot expect the same
advantages which they And during the
dullest season of the year. Two or three
guests must occupy the same room."
T. 8. Hlggins of the Madl-oin Hotel said:
"We are ing w hat almost nil other hotel
keepers In St. Louis aie doing. We are
Increas'rg the capacity of out rooms and
lfttlng i rices per guest remain at the old
figure."
A representative of the IJmlell Hotel
management Bald: 'The LlndeH'1 guests
are mostly commercial men, who will
want sample-rooms tn which ti show their
B"ods. Increasing the capacity of a loom
would not help matters much with us.
Consequentl. we villi have tn increase our
rates whin the Exposition opens"
Manager Tied Kloo of the New St.
James said: "It is our intention to caie
for a many people as we can as long as
w are able to do It atNfactoill. Of
course, two oi three gtieats will ship in
one mom. but the price per gust will not
be Increased '
Manager l.vnun T. IIjj of the Hotel
Jeffcr-oii, which opened 'lliursd.iv- vnn nf,
said: "Until tbe opening of the Imposition
our prlics will I" umllar to tho'i- of other
hotels of our clasj w have not ot Ue
c'dci wlut will he done after U fair
opens, but our pricis wll oe reisgiuble,
all II itig ctiiib''lrrid "
"Our rates will lx $2 ard up a"; thev
have alwavs 1 en." said .M iii.ig i it. 0.
lteaty of the St. Nicholas. " ., will nyt
make nn advnnc" in price except that
guests will have to 'double-up' In I lie
rooms. This year will lv an extrMirli
nary time for hotels and two or tlueo
guets must occupv the same room m
order that all World's Talr visitor in ly 1 s
accommodated. Our cafe prices v 111 not
be raised."
HBASONBLH I1ATHS
AT TAIK HOTELS
At present there are about IT! pt rmi
nent and temporary hotels in St. Louis,
and it Is expected that before tho oi en
ing of the Exposition the list will Ii in
creased to 2Trf). It lsestimato that fh -i!
hotels will be able to Hcom-twrt.ito SO.lr't
persons dally without undue tiowdnig. ant
perhaps manj more with crowding.
Besides the hotels, there are thou'-aniis
of roomlns and Ixiirdlim homi.: In the
city, and It Is estimated, accjidin to fig
ures compiled by the Ilee Information
S-ivIce or the World's fair, that at least
J'WOo pei sons can ! comfortablv ruled
foi dailv in the rooming .mil boaiding
hou'fh and in private homes Mnnv more
persons can be accommodated bj 'doub
ling up"
PKICES LOWdt THAN IN
OTHKR LARGE C1TILS
Besides making agreements with inan
.ikts for reasomble rates for the Exposi
tion perlcd, the World's Fan has estab
lished a hotel Inside the grounds This Is
the Inside Inn. which is located in tho
southeastern corner near the Stale build
ing's entrance.
The hotel has, 1,500 rooms and a capadtv
of 6.000 persons dailv. The rates are fixed
and controlled bv the Exposition Company
and will be maintained from the opening
until the close of the Woild's Fair.
It Is said that the terms are lower than
those charged In other large cities for th
same accommodation. More tlnn C-l)
rooms are equipped with baths: there are
a drug store, buffet, barber shop, new
stand, elgii stand, toilet-rooms, wash
rooms, restaurants and looths wtuie
guests cjii buv collars, cuffs, haberdi's'i
ery. notions ami many other commodltlc-i
in the building
The rates are determined bv the size and
location of tht- rooms, furnishings and
convenience The terms on the European
J Ian are: Jl . Ji si". S3 30 to J3 j (wlt'i
luthi -i dJV. while on the smerlcan plan
1.1. Uji. S4 and to 17 (with batlO arc
t barged. For smc!e mal-. .V) cms
charged for breakfast. 5) cents for lull' h
eon and 7i tents for evening dinner. There
also Is an a la carte service at mod.! aie
prii es.
These ntes include admipsjon to the
World's fair groundx. which is aid dail
bv the hotel to the Buosltion""ompan
for all its guests nfter their arrival. Bach
SLest najs his own way Into the grounds
in going to the hotel, after arriving in the
city.
In the Immediate neighborhood f th"
grounds thfre are almost a score of tem
porarv hotels, with a capacity of from X0
to 5 W0 persons dally, with rates ranging
from 50 cents a day up. r.n the European
and SI up on the America-i plan. Besides
these there are manv othei permanent ho
tels somewhat farther removed from the
exposition grounds, where visitor can se
cure accommodations from 2 a div Lp.
the limit to b determined bv the Individ
ual's means. Then there are several tent
citks. which will aceommodste from S,cno
to SO.0OO persons, at price- from t up to
10 a veek.
EUROPEAN RATES
TO PE A DAY
Among the larger temporary structures
Is the Christian Endeavor Hotel and
Auditorium, situated just outside the
grounds, on the south, and reached by
the Market, Chouteau and Laclede lines.
It Is 450x100 feet In dimensions, three
stories high and has a capacity of 3 0'"
while the dining-room will seat 3, COO. The
rates are bssed on a rather novel plan
and are tl a dav on the European plan
and iZ a day on the American plan.
Charter certificates, entitling the holders
to a reduced rite of Jl a dav, are rold for
JL The Jl rate Is for lodging- onlv; $2 a
day including room and board. The man
agement reserves the right to place two in
a room, when necessity demands, and if
the guest wishes to avoid thin he can se
cure a room to himself by paying 32 a day.
The Jl-a-uay rate Is made only to thoee
holding the charter certificates, which wilt
be honored at any time during the Ex
position, for as many consecutive dayo da
the visitor desires to remain at the hotel.
No rates for transients have been estab
lished, tut the management reserves the
r'ght to charge current prices and to in
crease the terms whenever It s tit to
do jsi.
John L. Prardt, secretarv of the com
pany, savs that tn company hai alrradv
booked 200000 lodgings, and expects to In
crease the number to eno,YK) betcre the
worms Kair closes.
Ths Epworth Hotel is conducted or
much the same plan, but it is a permanent
striicturo. located at Melville avenue aw,
Rosedile place. It will cater especially to
"Christian people," and there will be
neither bar nor liquors. It has a capacity
of about 3.000. and sells certificates for
J2. which entitle the holders to a SI rate
for lodging, based on the assignment of
two coests to one room. Meals are sen ed
a la rarte, at prices said to he very rea
sonable. The holder mar avail himself of the $1
rate as long as he pleases, but must no
tltv the management thirty days .lit ad
vanco of his coming. On the racclpt of
this notlce'and one-half the tot-il bill the
management will set aside a room and the
certificate holder wilt be notified of the
number and location of his room, which
will be held for his use during the time
designated. Transient guests, or those w ho
are not certificate holders, cannot expect
to secure the Jl rate, and must pay J2 a
dav for lodging, meals extra. The man
agement reserves the right to advance
the rate, but will fill nTl outstanding con
tracts. The Publishers' Hotel, which Is being
ouut north or the Fair grounds, tn uni
versity Heights, a new subdivision re
cently platted, wtl. accommodate 1.600
guests Tlie published rates ere: Euro
pean plan, Jl & day: American plan, with
two meals a dav, Jl. The rooms will con
tain two double beds and a rate of Jl a
day will be charged.
The grounds about the hotel will be
filled with tents, furnished with board
floors, electric lights, lockers and two cots
and can be had at 12 a day.
Then thero is what Is called the Cot
tage City, on Clayton avenue, between
Sklnker road and Pennsylvania avenue. It
will have 100 cottages, with accommo
dations for eight persons In each: a cen
tral pavl.lon with cafe, barber shop, toilet
rooms, smoking-rooms, long-distance and
local telephones and automobile service.
Lodging wilt cost Jl a day. meals a la
carte.
A tent cltywlll be established by the
Oklahoma World's Fair Association of
Lawton. Ok., In the Wlthrow Grove In
Wellston, Just west of the Exposition
grounds. Hundreds of waterproof tents,
furnished for lodging: or light housekeep
ing, will be pitched, nnd may be rented at
from W to J10 a week.
'For those wiHIng to pay more there aro
a score of good, permanent hotels within
fifteen minutes' ride of the World's Falr
grounds, where accommodations mar be
had for S2 to J3.50 a day. Among them
are the Washington, Hamilton, Monticello
and TJsona. These are conducted on the
European plan and cater especially to
fashionable families.'
Rooms may be nao tor xz a day upward
at the Washington, tbe rate being- graded
according to the slxe and location of the
room. John C. Knapp. the manager, eajs
IMs rate will nreTall durbis- the TFCmnsl.
tlon. The managers of the Hamilton, Mon
ticello and Usona fay their rates are 12
a day and that no Increase will be made
later on.
Arthur E. Strong-, manager or the Mon
ticello. nays that the rates of t2 nd JIM
a day. European plan, now In force, will
continue throughout the World's Fair po
rted. He says that he believes there will
be ample accommodations for the Exposi
tion visitors and that the hotel rates -a III
be reasonable. People can live at the
Monticello for $3.X a day. including meals,
the rates depending upon the accommoda
tion and sen tee the guest desires..
, Assistant Manaxer Shaw of the "Hamil
ton tsra that (he rate of la a day. Euro-
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mikI ilclivoiic". are prompt. A woel. or two ftotii now well wIkh'h the
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THIS IS THE UNION'S WORLD'S I'AIIt OFrUK THAT HAS CKEATCD A i;i:i:ATi:i:
THAN ANY OFFER THAT HAS BEEN .MADE IN RECENT YEA I S.
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The picture watt drawn direct from the goods. It shows this freat Bedroom Outfit just as it is! 860 worth of
furniture, curtaias and carpets for 839.75 on easy terms of $3.00 cash and balance 81.00 a week. Erery pi:ce
is solid oak in rich golden finish! Bed, spring and mattress dresser with large glass -ashstand with splash
er back chiffonier, rocker, chair, center table, window shade.pair of lace curtains and room-sire 9x12 foot rug.
The greatest value erer offered by any store in America for 339.75.
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The last lot went in one day that shows what the people think about them. They're preat,
big-, handsome Davcn ports, heavy frames, in golden oak finish 6 feet
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4 inches lonjr upholstered in green rclour and deeply tufted on beds of dfo A Sift
best steel supported springs. They open up into a large,
double-size bed 4 ft. 4 in.
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large Ad, Page 5, Part II, to-day,
and look out for the Bargain
Advertisement of the Wm. Barr
Dry Goods Co. in The Republic
next Wednesday morning.
pean plan, will prevail. The Hamilton
caters particularly to families and a per
son can 11. c well on $3.50 a day. this rate
Including room and meals.
For those to whom the club plan ap
peals', there is the Buckingham Club, on
King's Highway boulevard, at the eastern
entrance to Forest Park. The club com
mands a view of the Exposition buildings
and has beautiful surroundings..' It will
be run as a club hotel during the Fair, en
tertaining none but the members and their
friends. Onlv a limited number of mem
bership certificates will be sold and
eery thing will be first-class.
"BMIGAIX I1VJJTERS."
Torty dollars given away. Bee large Ad,
Page 4, Part II. to-day. and look out for
the Bnrcaln Advertisement of Pcnnv &
.Gentle-j in The Republic next Wednesday
morning.
$3.00 CASH AND BALANCE 91.00
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