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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1904.
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CITY RIML KVTATE FOR SALE.
sssSsassisssssssJJtly-B( I
WE OFFER AT SPECIAL SALE
1 FINE LOTS AT QRIEF1ELD PLACE
PRICES $6 to S3 & TERMS $20 Cash, SIO Monthly
Adjoining Property' Is Held Much Higher.
Tlir Property Fronts n J'ne Av Mlillanil Av. nnil PnrcplI A v., Ilrtweert Frrsjn.on st Pennsylvania Av..
BF YOU WAWT A BARGAIN ATTEND THIS SALE.
TO ONE OF THE PURCHASERS AT THIS SALE THE
OWNERS WILL GIVE A LOT 50X125 FT. FREE.
The Allotment Will Be Made by the Purchasers Themselves to Insure Fairness.
SPEQISL GARS
FULL MILITARY BAND.
MISSESSBFP1 VALLEY TRUST CO., Igh,
siom:v wanted.
MONET 31.000 S years, good security snd
Interest; from private party. FO 99. Republic
siojiKY to loax.
On Rcul Estate.
FUGE-CC A. TOISLHU.
Room U, 319 N Srmth Ft, De Menil bnlUlcc
Fir Insurance Agency.
ioaxs os svnsnvnn-tjow rates.
On Personal Property.
LOANS sccotlatM on furniture, planofi or
ny personal property at 2 per cnt per t&nom;
cnnf.dentlaJ. Notary Public. tOf rhetnut .
MONEY loaned ealonea roi0 without 3
curlty. D. LanieL C9 nenol.it bMjc . th & Pin
MONEY to loan on furniture, piano, horw-
ason. etc.. 8 pea cent per year. Price, Mela
A C3.. S14-1S-IS Merrnod-Jaccard blSjr-
INVESTIGATE THIS
WHEN YOU WANTMONEY.
We make loans on fnrnltur. WITHOUT RB
1IOVAL. W moke no Inquiries of toot friends
or employer. We give rou th. full amount In
CASH, not checks. We srranga payment, to
suit your CONVENIENC3 and AMMTT. W.
do not RECORD loans. We RECEIPT for
tenr payment made. We pay off any OTHER
LOAN or a balance on furniture and OIVE
,MORB MONKT. We EXTEND payment. In
ram of SICKNESS. W. make AS LOW rates
a the XjOWEST. Wo grant LIBERAL. DIS
COUNTS for time money la not used. This Is
our business in 'a nutshell. SEB US before ret.
tine; a loan elsewhere and be convinced that w.
are THE PEOPLE. Telephone for s ta call.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
Kin. 1S11. Room 3)1,FULLERT0N BLDO..
Fell Main 4143. SEVENTH AND PINE STS.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS. 1 1 OR 155.
DO NOT FAIL. TO CALL kad ret our rate
before jreUJn loan elaswhcrer ,our system ctvi
LONG TIME and S2IALI PXTMBNT5.-wltt
REBATE -when paid before due. ao yoa only
pay for irach free as yon hav bad loan. W
(rive PASS BOOK, -where all payments ar? en
tered We do not require payments while SIC It
OR OUT OP -WORK: NO PUT,L,1CTTY: NO IN
CONVENIENCE: NO INQUIRY: naoera can be
atcned at hnse end you can nt money stuat
day you appy. "V make a specialty of naylot;
fjfT anr loan or claim agalnrt rood ana rlir
Irr mors money. If yon cannot call. WRITE
Or TELEPHONE c and we will send aarnt
to explain oar SYSTEM. TELEPHONE KIN
leOCH B 434 or BE LI, MAIN 2333.
FIDELITY DROKKRAOE CO..
Room No. 410 Common wealth Tnut butldlnr.
Rroadwar and OUie at. Entrance Jl Olive L
MONEY TO LOAN
CAX 1VE-HELP VOU TO
HELP TOCRSEXTt
Aro yon burdened irltb jiumerou. amall debt.
that annov and harass youT Or do you owe
any of th. HIGH-PRICED LOAN COM
PANIES! If so. let ns pay your many bills
and ADVANCE YOU MORE MONEY. If want
ed, and you can MAKE ONE PAYMENT PAT
ALL. Here you can obtain EASY PAYMENTS.
LONQ TJME AND LOWEST RATES on Fur
niture, Planes, Horses and Waeons WITHOUT
REMOVAL. ALL TRANSACTIONS CONFI
DENTIAL, WE EXTEND PAYMENTS IN
C"ASE OF SICKNES8 OR OUT OF EMPLOY
MENT. Ore plan will rave you money and
annoyance. See others then see us. CalL
nrlt. or phone Bell Main I9SM. Klnloch C 1M.
NOW YORK FINANCE- CO..
107. 203 and K) Odd Fellows' Bnlldint
NINTH AND OLIVE STS.
Din't Birriw Monoy
ON FURNITURE AND FIAN0S
Jifctoiuj ttti.NU us, and yon will sare
money. Thi. Is the ONLY COMPANY msklnsr
loans at NATIONAL BANK INTEREST
RATES, on terms to SUIT EVERY BOR
ROWER. Convince YOURSELF by COMPAR
ING OUR RATES and terms with ethers.
Call, writ, or phone us. Main rrMM. or D ISO.
NATIONAL LOAN CO..
ROOMS SCO AND JOl MERMOD-JACCARD
, .BtnLDrNo, Second floor.
ff N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST ST.
SEEING VS.
LET US
PAY YOUR BILLS.
WE WILL DO THE" WAITING THAT IS
Orit BUSINESS. We make loans on FUR
NITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. WAGONS, wltn.
out re-novsL If you want the CHEAPEST
RATES, and EASIEST TERMS on loans from
J1Q to 1300. call on us. Do not let yoar debts
worry you. Lit us pay them and advance tou
more money. You can nav us In SMA1.L
WEEKLY nr MONTHLY PAYMENTS. EX
TENSION ORANTED U case ot SICKNESS
or out of WORK.
AMERICAN LOAN ASSOCIATION.
GS$ Century bulldlnc. Olive and Ninth sts.
Loans at 5 Per Geni.
WE make LOANS ON FURNITURE. PI
ANOS. ETC.. without removal: NO PUBLIC
ITY. See tis before gettlnc A LOAN else
where: will savs tot money: CHEAPER
RATES. LONGER TIME, SMALLER PAY
MENTS. We pay off any LOA? or balance on
voor FURNITURE. Pay at yoar CONVENI
ENCE. Liberal DISCOUNTS. Call and be con
. Inced. Write or telephone Klnloch A 831.
UNION FINANCE CO;, 303 and 303 Oriel bldr..
S. e. cor. Sixth and Locust. Entrance IK N.
Slith. opposite Barr's.
HONEY LOANED (NEW WAY)
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
People In need of financial help can get ctrlct
lr confidential loans at S per cent per-year on
furniture, pianos, etc. without removal. Cash
advanced same day you apply. See us and we
111 help yen.
P UOTAI. FINANCE CO..
Suite 32S (the new) Frisco building-, southwett
corner Ninth and OUve sts.; phone .Xla. C 10.
Agent will call.
LOANS ON FURNITURE.
Rates and terms unheard of. Look:
il.&O wkly pavs a $75.00 loan.
$1.3) weekly pays a &.M. loan.
il.00 weekly pays a i50.O loan.
T5c nekly pays a $10 00 lean.
Piyn-tnis may be made weekly, semimonthly
or monthly. It is to your Interest to consult us.
All buirexs prlvati ind a bote board. 9? us.
CHEillCAU FINANCE, CO
Ml Chemical bid:.. Eishth and Olive sts.
WE ADVIHGE MONEY
M) lDOK&lR without employer's knowl
edge. ALK O.N FLKMrURti HAJTOS. ETC.
Uur plan Is th. cheapest, best snd most pri
vate In the dty. Call, write or telephone Kin.
loch C15R gT Lomfi IKVE3XMENT CO..
Room :u Missouri Trust bulldlnr.
Ertrtrce M5 Qlle st.
DUNNSa
Money to loan In an
or aroouni on an Kinos ot
personal propers j
Barslna In
unredeemed
rj-nr.es.
912 FRANKLIN AVE.
LOANS IN EAST ST. LOUIS.
Also In surroundlnr towns. On. FURNITURE.
PIANOS and SALARIES. Amounts to suit
your need and TERMS' to suit YOUR ABIL
ITY to pay. We do not remove roods, inten
sions In rase of sickness. Liberal discounts.
Klnloch St. Clair 5. THE HOME IOAN CO
Room H Metropolian Bulldlnr.
41S-07 Missouri Ave East St. Louis.
Lowest Rate Loans.
WE will PAY off any DEBT you OWE and
ADVANCE you MORE MONEY on your FUR
NITURE, PIANOS, horses and wsrons: roods
left. In your POSSESSION: WEEKLY r
MONTHLY payments: LOWEST RATES: ills
count riven If PAID before due. rail or write
a3 N.Tenth St.. mom 111 Ozark bulldlnz. THE
ANDERSON F1NANCB CO.
CITV REAL ESTATE FOR SM.K-
Will Icac thr loop at Third nil
p. m.. Mopplnc for pnnrns:i,r at
nnd Kinney, TnInr npd Finney,
Irre hcdft.
FINE LUNCH SERVED.
3IOXKY TO LOA.N.
On Personal Property,
m'iSSil
EAST ST. LOUIS LQAH GO.
i-axis ujonej on houzuui xou .u. all txiiwi.
of personal property: easy monthly mymenu.
Room 2 McCasIand bide., 2a Collliiflvllla are.
Phraeii: nll Fi-t 1C2M: Klnloch St. Clair 45ft.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE.
v furnish you money quickly auu connuta
Uaily. without security. National Credit Co..
rooms SOI SCI Chemical bMc Klcnth and Olive.
Money! Money!! Money!!!
Sauries truant at reasonable dluat: w.
loan money on furniture: cheapest In tinrn.
Equity Finance CQl. HOI Missouri Trust bldr.
Menay Advancii Salaried Paeple.
leawatsra.boardiu.bou krrpci. CfilLout .ecu
nty.easy paymenu; lartest business In w piincl.
pal cities. Toucan. 01 Houser bld..Cij9 Chestnut.
DOGS, CATS. PETS FOR SALE.
FINH Helium hare, for breedlns: at J5o each.
QUI at Ol Cottase.
NEW TORK Bird Store Chamlllae, IntUoes.
Franklin, near Broadway. Frank iletijtr.
manager.
USE Cbaruberlaln-a catcs feed and brooder
Blanle a llawke bupply Co, I: llarket St.
ALTOJIOHILES.
23 different makes of automobiles: prices
from wa to J5,u4: sell cheap: part cash. bal.
ance monthly. Write me. Gaston, Box 1WS,
St. Louis.
DEXTISTnY.
W. J. CORD, the people, dentlrt: no decep
tion practiced. 70S-10 Pine: phone 109:A.
CATTLE.
kasVseVkj
FaSS.B.ssThsBjnhl.sSkrf.as.aaasStsk
FRESH HoIttMn mllrh i-nw nnrl rt1J tin -51
PestaJoxzi; epportte Tower Grovs 1'ark.
BOOKS PAPERS.
e-'sat'as''sle.aJSaji,ssst
I WANT to buy law. medical and other rood
books. Dan Lmahan. bookseller, tti Market.
SECRET SO CIET1E3.
ASC1K.VT f-REOB AJTD
ACCEPTED MAIOJIS.
-f" J i-Ma,-sOiVrv-sJ-jf'siirssi,jii-f sXsrMiirj
ETtWfrt LODGE. NO. 1S1. A.lF. tc A. M
Rerular meetinr Friday. May 13. 190t at
lao p. nt. Grand Avenue Masonic Temple.
Grand and Finney avenues. Work E. A. derree.
Members requested and visitors fraternally ln
lltert to attend. AUG. KAMP. W. M.
Georre J. Berne, Secretar)-.
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. a.
, A. JP. A A. M-. will hold special cora
muwcatlca May 10, at p. m. Rerular at I
S. m. Work In EL A. decree. Every member
..'. etd to come. Fifty-nftn annltersary.
vlsltlns; brsthren welcome.
. QDORGE W. J.OIES, W. M.
W. L. Reynolds. Jr.. Secretary.
KILWINNING CHAPTER. NO. 0. ROYAL
Arch. Masons Stated convocation this
tfrtday) eyenlne;. May 1J. 1904. Hose Hill lull.
Maple and Hamilton avenues, at 8 o'clock.
Royal Arch derree. Vlsltinr companions are
fraternally Jnvlted and memoer are requested
to attend. 1IENRT WESELOII. E. H. 1'.
H. P. Ueldlnc. Secretary.
mISSOURI LODGE NO. 1. A. H ft A. M.
Called communication on Sunday, lilh
Inst., at S:3 p. m.. to attend the funeral ot
our late beloved younjr brother. Edward M.
Chambers. "Funeral from residence. No. 3?1I
Florissant atcnuc. at 3 o'clock. Members and
vlsltinr brethren are requested to attend.
. . J. W. KRUEGER. W. M.
John II. Deems. Secretary.
fVI OUNT MORIAH LODOE. NO. 40. A. F.
la A A. M.. will hold a special t-ommunl-cation
Fridav afternoon at 1 o'clock for the
purpose of attendlnr the funeral of our de
ceased brother, Charles L. Mater. Visitors
welcome w. H. ROSCHER, W. M.
C V. Kvte, Secretary.
POLAR STAR LODGE. NO. T. A. F. tz A.
M.. will hold a special communication In
Cpmmanderv Hall. Grand Avenue Maonc Tem
rl. en Friday. May 13. 1J0I. at C o'clorl: p m.
Supper at 7 o'clock p. m.. lunch at 1D30. SVorlc
iI?I'.d'rw' - ' CRAWFORD. W. M.
Euln I'. Ambler. Secretary.
I.UliI'E5DET ORDER ODD FEL-
LOWS. 'nn
ANCHOR LODGE. NO. ST. I. O. O. F-.
meets every Monday evenlnr at rchuettes
Hsll. Nineteenth and Wrlrht streets. Work In
the degrees. Visiting brothers welcome.
LEO LANGENBACHER. N. O.
Dsvld Tetty. Secretary. 1&6 O'Fallon street.
iT
ECUAN1CS LODGE. NO. 413. L O. O.
F.. meets every rrldar etenln. at t
o'clock, at FraUt P. Blair Post, G. A. R..
Hall. i;o Market sreet. Vlslttnc bretbrrn cor
dially lntlted to attend. V.'ort in the decrees
m erv meetlnc.
- i--.. ...Tc; . . .. ... .... . .
II.
uiuaaua, i. u.. juc itu-.er street.
FStreeter. Secretary. C013 Indiana ave.
CT. LOUIS LODGE!, NO. i. I. O.
O. F..
tr Odd
meets evtry aaiuraay evetunr
elIowa bulldlnr. southeast corner Klnth inri
OUto streets, hall No. 1. Meeting will be called
to order at 7:30 p. m. next Saturday.
R. L. GERLIN. N. O.
Wallace McCargo. Secretary.
1ILDEY LODOE. NO. 2. I. O. O. "..
IAS meets Tuesday etening of each week at
ban No. L Odd Fellows' building, corner Ninth
and Olive, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brothers Invited
to sttend. J. C SHANER, N. G.
F. W. Rlegel. Secreury.
KMGBTS OF COLCMBUS.
KENR1CK COUNCIL. NO. M KNIGHTS
ot Columbus, meets every second and
lourth Wednesday at Rose H1U Hall. No. iJ7
Maple avenue, visiting knlgbu always Wel
come. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Grand Knl-.Lt.
Walter T. Cusninrham. Recorder.
AAltVlUfc-1-iB COUNCIL. NO. (04,
Knights ot Columbus, meets every ss
tnd tounn Tu-sday in tb west nail. Cen
tury building. Nlntn and Ollv. streets. Visit
ing knights cordially Invited.
FRANK G. CUNNINGHAM. Grand Knight.
F. P. Leonard. Rei-order.
&T. 1jUIb COu.SDL. NO. iH. ui..j
every tirsl and third Tuesday ax West
nd Hall, southwest corner Finney sold Vanas
venter avenues. Msitlnr knlghu are corolaity
Invited. EDWARD DEVOx. Grand Knlghu
Joseph F. Lamy. Recorder.
TH1UF. OF) BEX IIUR.
slsSSslSsyBlsSasSlSBSsISSsltllSt(TSajlssJs
SIMONIDES COURT. NO. it, TRIBE OF
Ben-Hur. meeu even' Fridav night at
Ben.Hur Hall, northwest comer Twenty-second
street and Franklin avenue. Visiting Sons
and Daughters of Hnr always welcome.
FRANK J. PERANO. Chief.
W. Roy Slrler. Scribe. 29C8 Dickson street.
ST. LOUIS COURT. NO. IK. TRIBE OF
Ben-Hur. mens every second and fourth
Friday, at Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and Cass
avenues. Son. .and Daughters ot Hur from
other courts Rniout of the city are hereby ex
tended a cordial Invitation to visit. By order of
ALICE C MULKEY. Chief.
Attest: Arendt Kuelper. Scribe. No. Ktt Scctt
avenne.
KMGI1TS OF IIO.NOn.
MOUND CITY LODGE. NO. 4SS. K. OF
H.. mrets second snd fourth Fridays tit
Tower Hall, northeast comer Elghteentn street
and Shenandoah atenue. All Knights ot Honor
are lntlted to all our meetings.
IL REBENOCK. Dictator.
4 Sooth Ninth st.
Theo Pchmid. Reporter. 30 Wyoming street.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. I.'O. IS. KNIGHTS OF
Honor, meets second and fourth Fri
day. Bowman's HslL northeast comer Elsvcnth
and Lncu-rt 'streets.
C. C. CLAUDY. Dictator. 1114 Madison st.
P. S. Drown. Reporter. 119 North Fourth st.
CITV REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
AT 2 P. M.
RAIN OR SHINE
WufthltiRtnn nvconr nhnrp nt 1
JcfTeraon anil Wanlilnfcton. Crnnd
Tnjlnr nvtl IJelmnr and lie Ilnll-
Ftvrlh and Pine Sis.
WtCHET SOCIETIES.
KHIGirTS OF PYTHIAS.
,,,i"srii",i l sf(iviiirv,ioiiirsi.ii ii "ir-i.-n-js
ACME LODGE. NO. 211. K. OF P. MEETS
every Thursday .venlng at s o'clock. West
usi. Hall, rwrtn-atst corner Grand ana Kasioa
avenues. Members requested to attend regular
T. Visitors cordully Invited.
MATTHEW VONKT. C. C
G. W. Clifton. K. ot n. 1 a. 1U St. Loats
avenue.
CASTLE HALL GOLDEN CROWN LODGE.
No. 63. K. of P. Rerular conentlon ev
y Fridav nlrht. t o'clock. Hall No. 3. tenth
floor. Century bulldlnc. Work at each conten
tion. Every member come. Visitors Invited.
F. W. KIRK. C. C.
H. C. Scctt. K. of R. t, S.
CUMJMU1A LOIX1E. NO. Sit K, OF P.,
meets etery Tuesday evening at I otcIock.
tiitury bulldlnr. Ninth and Olive streets, east
hall, luesday etenlng. May 3, election of vie.
chancellor; also ithearsal of new team: goot
time. Also smoker. All members requested to at
tend. Visiting brothers welcome.
ALEXANDER NICHOLSON, C C.
J. F. Dempsey. K. ot R. ft S.
DAMON LODGL. NO. 2S. K. OF P.. MEETS
every Wednesday eterunc at Odd Fellows'
Hall. No. J. seventh noor. -Ninth and Olive
struts. Wednesday. May II. Work In Page
rank. Members expected. Visitor. Invited.
f. a. btomm, c. a
Attest: II. R. Bermel. K. ot It. ft a. li3
Evans atenue.
CZ UTUKE OREAT LODGE. NO. 3(. K. OF
M i'.. jiowaid's nail, tnirnetn ana ume
t.'ednesday. May It. work in the rank
Knight, amplified. Visitors welcome.
r. p. FiursciiLE. a a
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. ft 8.
ISSOURI LODGE. NO. 3. K. OF P.. Bur
II llngton Bulldlnr No. S10 Olite Street
nt loare win conisx tne ranx ot runcnt Fri
day evening. May 13. Vultors always welcome.
T. C VOORE. C. C.
Charles c Fink. K. of R. ft S.
MUlvt LLllAit- .SO. au, K. OF P.. MEETS
every Tuesoay evening at I o'clock
st Anchor Hall, aoutdweat comer Jeffersoi. and
Park avenue .Take Cotnpton Heights. Park or
Jefferson avenue cars. Members are expected
ana visiters cordially invited to attend.
A. H. .NOURISH. C. a
L. B. Cass. K. of R. ft a.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 3M. K. OF P.. MEETS
eterv AVednesday eteninr, Century build,
ing. Mntli and ullts street. May 11. ampllDeJ
rank of l'ae. Ugars. Visitors invited.
D. N. ROB1NEON, C &
W. A. Gray. Ii.crR.fcS.
PYTHAGORAS LODGE. NO. 275. K. OF P,.
meet, every Wednesday evening at castle
lutll. northwest corner UranJ and Easton ave
nues, at 8 o'clock. Work In Kmgnt rank
Wednesday. May 18. Members expected. Vls
ttlnr bpjtners aiwai-s welcome.
E. B. HOLLEY. C. a
E. Ettinger. K. of It. 4 8.. ZUi Eeslon
atenue. Klnloch D M4.
PKKMltIK LODGE,- NO. 241. K. OF P..
raeeta regularly .very Monday .vilng la
hall No. 3. seventh noor Odd Fellows' building.
vork In the x&nk oc Knight. Visitor, are cor
dially Invited. Members arc requested to attend.
JOSEPH O. MORE. C. C
I. F. Witts. Jr.. K. of R. A a. 33MA North
Twenty.ftfth street.
RED CROSS LODGE. K. OF P.. MEETS AT
8 o'clock at Odd Fellows' Hall. Ninth
una Ollte streets, every Weanesdsy night. Is
ltors arsas welcome. May IS, ll, amplified
rank of Knight.
J. B. JUG DON. C. C
II.- W. fielding. K. ot It. ft &
ROYAL LODGE. NO. 333. K. OF P., meets
regularly every Friday evening in Odd
r'euows bulldlnr. Ninth and Ollte streets, sev
enth tloor Work In th. rank, alwa a on band.
Ylttora are cordially Invited. Members ar re
quested to attend.
ARTHUR PFEIFFER. a C.
C. S. Green. K. of R. S.
WABASH. LODGE. NO. 311. K. OF P,
meets .very Tuesday evening at castle
h.ii. southwest corner Erosdwar and Benton.
May II work In th. rank ot Enquire, visitors
welcome. O. L. ObBDHN. C. C
M. C Shulte. K. ot H. ft S.
llfABHlNGTON LODOE.
NO. 133. K. Or
Ninth and Ollv.
W P.. Century Building.
burets Friday evenlnr. 1U
v u. rank or Ex-
quire. A.
Jess. P. Dummlch. K.
wood. Mo.
J. T1LDEN, C. C
of R. ft 3.. Mspl
2ULEMA LODGE. NO. 321. K. OF P..
meets Monday evening. May 1, 1S04. in
ball No. I. tentu noor Ctntury bullatng. at t
o'clock. Work In rank cf Knight; new am
pllfled: electrical and calcium etfects. Members
expected and tlsltors cordially lntlted to attrnd.
. . . -'RANK J. VOLLsltCJl. C. C.
Attest: O. M. Breuka, K. of R. ft S.
P. O. Box 10C
ROYAL ARCANUM.
s1s-sssysa(ss(yBtaBt(sBtfssjln-waitasaMa
BENTON COUNCIL. NO. 1S3. R. A., MEETS
on second and fourth Krlrfst. e ..-..
uu-nth In nail No. 1. Odd Fellows' bulldlcc.
Ninth and Ollvs streets, visitors always heart
ily welcome. M. R. WINDIIOKST. Regent
H. J. Braun, EecreUry. u Morgan streat.
FELEC COUNCIL. NO. KM. ROYAL AR
canum. meets every first end third Frldar
at West Gat. Hall. Grand and Easton avenues
Haymaker degree will be conferred on October
1SV -,--.-, v .W- U STECKER. RegVu"
J- 1L W. Bockstette. Secretary.
ilUSl) COUNCIL
MISSOURI. ROYAL
Hallunrt u.itlHtn- .
W Arcanum. J-11
cordial welcome to visitors, friends, brethrsa
and members from abroad.
.. ,. ,-. - A- BARBOUR. O. R.
Jao. q. KlUlagsworth. Grand Secretary,
WOODMCX OF THE ORLD.
, - "V"V'UXfXJ'-rr-u-ijirLXiXnj-iiir-LAJi.
mOUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. JO. WOOD
mea ct the Wcrld. meets at hall of
Charles H. lUcker. ncruean comer Newsies d
and North Market. Urn and third Fridays.
Members expected and visitors invited.
O. C BRAUN. Consul Commander.
R. M. Bacon. Clerk. 4475 Finney av.
FAVORS THE PRESENT SYSTEM
Judge Spencer Opposes Home
Rule in T. M. C. A.
Buffalo. N. T.. May li At the afternoon
session of the Y. M. C. A. conrcnUon,
Cyrus H. McConnlck. chairman of the
Committee of Twenty-One. submitted the
majority and minority reports of the com
mittee. The majority report favors a con
tinuation of the present powers of the
International Committee, while the minor
ity report crania the Sate commlteeei a.
Breaer measure of "home rule."
Judge Selden P. Spencer of St. Louis
urged the adoption of the majority report.
While Frank T. Sidcels of Buffalo was
speaklns In behalf of the minority report
he fainted.
"THE BARGAIN
HUNTERS"
$90.00
Given away next week. Watch for th
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WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC.
WHEAT VALUES DECLINE
ON LIBERAL OFFERINGS.
FAVORABLE CROP REPORTS
WEAKEN PRICES.
July Delivery Is Down o-Sc; Corn
Is Up 1-Sc to l-4c; Oats Gain
1-Sc; Provisions Unchanged.
t Chicago, May 12. Reports of favorable
progress by both domestic and foreign
crops were potent factors In weakening
wheat values to-day. At the do-"e the
Jul- deliver' was down He. Corn Is up
!itjlc. Oats show a Rain of '.ic. Pro
visions closed practically at last night's
final figures.
WHEAT.
A firm undertone, due to heavy rains
and lower temperature northwest, pre
vailed In wheat at the opening. Initial
sales on July were unchanged to a shade
higher, at S33c to KtgKc. A report
that tire at Port Williams had destroyed
a large elevator full of wheat brought out
enough buying orders from pit traders
to advance the price to iVitiS5"sC. Re
ceipts were extremely small, and this fact
also exerted a bullish Influence. Hut
trading In geneial was light.
The market lucked any outside support,
and with a continuance or offerings the
price graduallv weakened. A number of
bearish reports were received during the
day. Increasing the weakness. Advices
from Russia stated that the surplus of
wheat for expoit was still large, nnd that
the weather was favorable for the grow
ing crop. The Minnesota State Bulletin
gave an optimlstlo report of seeding oper
ations during the week.
The condition of wheat fields In the
Southwest was reported to have shown
considerable Improvement. An Influential
selling motive was lack of outside de
mand, the supposition being that If there
is not foreign demand between now and
harve:-t time stocks of wheat In Chicago
will show a big increase. The market
closed weak, with July at S)?;iS4;sc, after
the price had declined S4c to ElVrSic
Clearances of wheat and nur were
equal to 6U.50J bu. Primary receipts were
134JO) bu.. compared with 313.0 bu. a
year ago. Minneapolis. Duluth and Chi
cago reports receipts of TO cars, against
110 cars last week and Hi a year ago.
CORN.
Corn was moderately strong on light re
ceipts and on covering by shorts. Offer
ings were small throughout the entire
session, notwithstanding the weakness In
wheat. July opened unchanged to a shade
higher, at 4SJc to 4Si"i.c. sold up to
40J43ic and closed at 4S?,fr43c. 1ical
receipts were 71 cars, with 2 of contract
grade.
OATS.
In sympathy with corn the oats mar
ket ruled firm the entire day. Small re
ceipts, good cash demand nnd lack of any
material selling pressure were the main
contributions to the firm tone. The bet
buying was by shorts. After opening un
changed to He higher at 3S"c to 2c: July
sold between JSic and 33,.VW39'c. closing
at 3Sc Local receipts were 62 cars.
RANGE OF FUTURES.
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
.... SIT, 33 Jt S14
jui ...ssx;en i: Jssessv ,
Julyt ...USttUH KSSW, ItoMS HHC'MS
Sept. ..SIS! OS fl M
Sept.t ..S0UOS0S K TSH T9S
May":... 47SJ U 47S ,
July ....MitT, 4H8! 4M 4rB
Sept. ...4ShtMS4 43 4$S 4SSvSW
May .... 4t4 41; 41l 41H
July ..issTieis 2SH833U 3SU 35
Sept. ...11 tjllVs 3Hl MHfjZI 31
ilea. Pork
July .... 11.30 U.J7H H.St 11.33
Sent. ... ll.M ll.rf 11.43 11. IT),
July .... C.30 t.S3i C.43H
Sent. ... &.K (.(TH .S!h t.W
Short R!b
July .... .40 4.4S I.rU .374
tpt. ... -K4 .0 8.334 .S34
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Rec Ship.
Flour, bbls. 10.7l 33.&X1
Wheat, bu. 30.001) 33.10
Com, bu. 34,u 1M.70O
Oats, bu. .......101i H.1W
Rye bu Z.VJ) 4.SM
Barley, bu. . I1.S44 4.0M
PROVISIONS.
Provisions were firm early on a strong
hog market, shorts covering quite freely.
Later there was. some pressure to selling
and prices settled to a little below yester
down ZHc at I1L3S. Lard was also off 24c
down 2c at Hl.lS. Lard was also off r.jc
at e5.U. Ribs were a shade lower at iS!it.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York. May 12. Flour Receipts T.3S4: ex
ports ,&: showed no feature ana was about
steady. Ity. flour steady. Cornmeal steady.
Rye dulL Barley dull. Wheat Receipts 47.10):
exports 1,000; spot barely steady; No. 2 red ll.oi
elev-: No. 2 red 1 07rJl.ll f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
Northern Duluth S9c f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 liarJ
Manitoba nominal f. o. b. arloat. Options
opened steaoy and advanced on resorts of a
good cash demand, the destruction of wheat at
l-'ort William by lire and light Western re
ceipts. Toward noon the market weakened and
later was henry under liquidation and better
Southwest crop news, closing VttsSc net lower;
May :3V4C. closed S3c: July xJ-lSHc.
closed s4c: Sept. s34H-e. closed 83c: Dec.
C'iuTOHc closed Cc Corn Receipts S3.4:
exports 4.OS0; spot Dim: Nix G?4c elev.; W;-c
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow Coc: No. 2 while
Sc Option market was dull and featureless,
closing VitfSc net higher: Msy MiirrUHc.
closed Tsc; July closed vfsc: Sept. cloM btc
Oats Receipts II.Ow; exports l.ISi; snot steady;
mixed oats. X to 33 lbs.. 44A4',c: natural
white. 39 to 23 lbs.. 4tfttc; cllpiied wbtte. 34 to
40 !bs SCKjiSc Hay stead. Hops steady.
Hides steady. Leather quiet. Wool steady.
Coal nominal. Heef steaor. Cut meats dull.
Lard barely steAiiy; refined eas; South .Vroerl
can ?.35c: compouna s(4Hc. lirk dull. Tallow
dull. Cotton-seed oil easy: prime ellow 2it
TPiC Petroleum easy. Rosin steady. Tur
pentine steady. Rice quiet. Molasses nrm.
Kansas City. May 12 Wheat nrm. May
WHc: July I4c: Spt. TOUc; cash No. 2 hard
JiftiMc; No. 3 S.4Wlc; No. 2 red Jiai.tC: No. I
KcUSl. Corn firm: May 474: July 44',c: Sept.
C4c: cash No. : mixed UtjisSc: N. 3 tic:
No. X white S34c: No. 3 Uc Ost.i steady; No. 2
white 434c; No. 2 mixed 43c Hay firm; choice
timothy tlO.Soiill: choice prairie (7,7itf3. lte
No. 2 ttc. Receipts Wheat 17.CW; com l.tt).
bhlpments Wheat ZO.ettl: com 2J.S'J: oats 2,t'X).
lVorlv. I1L, Msy 12. Com higner: No. 3 474
6Sc: No. t 4. tVhlsky, on the basts ot 31.2s
tor bristled goods.
Chicago, 3iay 12. Cash quotations were, as
follows; Flour steady. Wneat No. 2 spring
X3Kc: No. 1 k4JS4c: No. 2 red Jl.Ctul.t.
Com No. 2 4tl0; No. 2 ellow H4tr.3c.
Oats No. 2 4r:its424e: No. i white crr"iC
Rye No. 2 2c Barley Goo-1 leeolng x.4j3:
fair to choice malting 447K. 1axsetd .o. 1
JL014; No. 1 Northwestern 31.094; Timothy
seed Prime S3. Clot er Contract grade SM.'..
Provisions Mess pork pr bbi. 31L10tfll.l3U;
lard, per 109 lbs.. t(.I34ilJi: abort ribs slaes
(loose I5.luai.yl: abort clear sides Ibxd.) Jt.iU
4.00. Whisky Ussls of hlgnwints 31.2s.
Toledo. May 13. Clot erseed cloueu: Cash
3$ M; Oct, Jj.i5; prime slslke tt-l; Aug. (.w
bid: pnm- timothy 31.40.
Duluth. Minn.. May 12. Wheat in store: No.
1 hard Mc: No. 1 Nortnem 9"4c; No. 2 North
em ssc; to arrlte yo. 1 haiu 44c; ;o- 1
Northern 934c; No. 2 Northern fritc; on trk.
No. 1 Northern 14B54Uc; No. 2 Nortnem
S3c: Majr Sl4c: July Si'.e; Sept, 4c. Oats
to arrive and on trk. 43c
Milwaukee. Wis.. Mat- 12. Wheat weaV: Xo.
I Northern sic; No. 2 Northern 3i4c; old Juiy
s6o asked. Ry. steiay; No. 1 444xri4c Bar
ley efteaay; o. s uc; sample tiutl corn
nt nay; No. 3 SOCSlc: July 4ji.
Minneapolis. Minn.. May 12. Wheat May
tic; July 4tt01Se: Sect. 04c; on trk. 2t'o. 1
hard 94t)Sa'tc: No. 1 Northern MSftxlic; No.
3 Northern 2rt2M4c Flour Klrst patents tits
S.10; second patenu 34 90-if.: nrst ciear. 3LW0?
3-i: second clears 13-51. Bran In bulk lli.10
C17.
LIVE-STOCK 3IARKET.
Satire Receipts Fair Ueef Cattle
Steady Hoc. Close Firm.
NATIVE CATTLE Beef Steers with but a
light supply of cattle th trade In the steer de
partment opened rather good and most of the
tidier weights of steers sold actltely and at
stronger values. There was very llttl. varia
tion on such classes and all arrltlng In fair
season sold well. The heavier steers. 1.309 lbs.
and upward, were not in roucfe favor and were
very lightly wanted by packers. A sale or so
cf this doss that were carried over from the
previous day brought a shad. more, but the
price obtained was no more than they should
have brought Wednesday. Other holders of the
heavier steers found a very uncertain outlet
for their offerings, and some were In the pens
the largest portion of the day before sold.
Prices In no instances on them were any better.
One let of good IJOO-ib. and another lead of
rood handy steers sold at 34.90. with one lot
ot heavy uneven kind ot steers rolng at. 34.85
that were very fat. Some pretty gooa lots sold
at 34.7094.73. with most of the cattle going at
4.Xr4.SS for fair and medium grades.
BEEF AND BUTCHER STEERS.
No. Ar. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
1S...1391...34.M
ru...llUI. ..!.:? XX...IIJ3...34.SC
21...1204... 4. 2...1IU... 4.43
IS.. .1115... 4.44 3...1243... 4.(3
11...12M... 4.44 7...W34... 4.
U-.1103... 4.M S3...110C.. 4.43
1...12U... 4.3 2... tea... s.3
1...1100... 4.40 2... .... 4.09
5.. .1114... 4.70
2...13&S... 4.79
14. ..ISO... 4.(3
...14... 4.(4
70...10M... 4.39
3.. .10W... 4.UI
1...1200... 2.73
Butcher Cattle The butcHer market iurinr
th main portion of th day was very stew
and while th. bulk of cow. were disposed cf
fully steady there was some xmevecnes. to lb.
trade and some lower spots. Not many good
heifer, were, hT. though several - lot. that
were pretty good were .Included In" the rs
celpts. This rod ot th. trade was also 'In
clined to slowness, and while sjoro. were quoting
steady price, other were calling medium,
grades ot heifers a shade lower., Toward to.
latter end of the day the market was very
drarry and dull; buyers seemingly had ail
they wanted, and it was very hard to get bids,
and eten then they were so slow that buyers
and seller, could not get together.
HEIFERS.
Sn. Av. Pr.
2. . (IO...SI.C1
22... 7M... 4.2S
3... ots... 4.n
17... 303... i.C
1... SI... l.M
1... C10... 1.50
No. Ar. Pr.
10... E23...S4.23
37 .. (41. . 4.1S
i... ... 4.0t
2...1M3... 3.43
I... CO... 2.lg
At. Pr.
S...X.2S
77... 4.0I
19...
. 3.
. 7ti
, M0.
. 3.S9
. 3.S
Steers and heifers:
78. . 430... 4.JS ..
443...
.3.4
COWS.
2...1W... 4.33
l...ll... 4.10
2...1049... 2.19
1...11V4... 3.S".
3...1U2U... 3.S3
S...1K&... 3.30
2... 3J3... Z.W
BULLS.
1...11)... S.C3
I... SM... 3.
I. ..ISO... Z.3J
2...I0W... 3.W
1...132)..,
2...WS..
4. ..1233...
4...U03..,
1...I09J..,
1...1KJ1..
i... XS.
4.M
4.00
3.83
3.7
1.43
3.
3.30
2...1023...
2... XO...
J...I1J1
3...103...
...l-sa...
2... 9)3...
4.23
3.(3
3.SJ
3.(3
3.43
3.5)
. 530...
4. CD
l...l...
i...Ha...
I.. .12311...
I...I24U...
!.-.)
3.(1.
3.23
2.(3
..1... 3.
STAOH
1...I219... 3.73
VITAL CAIA'KS.
1...
3...
...
II...
17...
3...
150...
132...
143...
lit...
124...
110. .
I...
1...
130..
1)..
13..
1...
33...
3...
1...
I...
..27
. .09
K.23
S.to
4.3)
4.
.
1-7..
1U..
S.i'J
3.0D
4 Ol
lO.j. i.M
K0... 4.10
)... 2.00
,3.39
3..
YEARLINGS AND HERETICS.
1... 20... 3.00 1... 130... 2.
SOUTHERN C.VTTLB-Small receipts were
the Mile Thursday, with only a total of It cars
on offer, irat contained S. btad. while last
Thursday th receipts were 33 cars and 734 head.
The proportion of 'teers was light, receipts
contacting but a few loads of steers r-nd bulls,
th balance of the supply being she stuff.
The few steers offered sold at very strcng
prices, while cows, hetfirs and bulls were foil
Heady. Sales Included a pretty good class of
steers at SI04.23. with medium giades at 33.75.
A few good cows brought 33.4). with roost of
them Just fair and decent around 32.8333. W.
The receipts this week are but little differ
ent from ast se-k. Trere was a shsrp decline
the second day of th. week of 10915c. hut with
considerable strength on steers the lau two
days the less was nearly regained, with values
scsrcely showing more than a 3c loss. The trend
of the cow and heifer market has aIo been
lower, with the close around 10c lower. The
food grades of lrills. what few hate been ram
nr. sold lad. but other kinds are 10c lower.
i he rollowtng quotations represent the con
dition of th market on various classes of
litiarant'ne cattle, based on sales during the
week.
Strictly choice steers.,
tTjolce fed steers
Good fed steers
Medium steers
Common to fair steers.
ood to choice heifers.
Fair to rood heifers...
Ouoii to choice cows...
Fair to good cows......
Fair canners
Common canners
choice bulls.............
Fair to rood bulls ,
Common bulls
l4.C3fiS4.S3
4.itW 4.43
4.25 4.40
4.V 4.23
3.iia 3.83
3.7SW 4.15
3.2MT 2.TS
3.23W 3.43
S.OOK 3.23
3.504 2.SS
I.OOli 2.3S
1 3.403 3.C3
l.-Jt 2.41
2.83V 3.15
TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Ar. . Pr.
19...1141...I4.S 21... 947...33.70 24... S79...JI.0O
cowa
9.. .1102... 3.40 19... 7(7... 3.53
Co.sand heifers:
20... 73J... S.I9
8ST... 2.
Hellers;
(-... 583... 2.S3
BULLS.
I...U00... 2.7J
STAGS.
CALVES.
lt..,127J...
17... 722..,
3.
2.(3
2. S3
4...2IM... 3.54
(Per head).
YEARLINGS.
It... 115... 2.(3
1... SS0...10.M
. (20... 4.00
HOGS A good moderate, supply of hers was
on sale. th receipts amounting to around 7.309
head before the close, wtilrh Is about the same
cumber that waa on sale Thursday ot last
week, but In the neighborhood of 3.0W more
than arrtt ed this day a year ago.
Tbe market onened with a Letter feeling nre-
valllng from all buyers: consequently they did
not hold eff so lonr as on Wednesday before
they eommencfd to do business. Good butcher
and packlrg hogs weighing 2"0 lbs. or more
sold readily, and In most cases showed an ad
vance cf 6c over th general Wednesday trade.
Light mixed hogs, plain nackin; grades and all
that were no better than fair quality sold a lit
tle slower than th totter grades, and did net
exhibit quite as much advance; however, most
or them sold Ec higher. Real good lights. 123 to
1) lbs., for Eastern shipment, were In de
msnd snd sold readily st the advance, but
pigs and lights that were on th. common order
and only fair quality w ere slow sale and nt bet
ter than stead. There was very little change
throughout the day. and at the close nothing
of anv Importance remained unsold.
Good butcher and heavy hogs sold at 34.759
4.S0r fair to good medium weights and packers
i4.Ctj4 7;: lights above 150 lbs. average 54 358
4.70: lights under 150 lbs. average 33.754J4.eo:
pigs under leu lbs 32(14.25. ana rougns and
culls at 33.7584 SO. The tulk ot the bogs weigh
ing 154 lbs. or more sold at 34 (2401.75, against
34 C084.7O Wednesday.
SHEKP-A 'moderate rtm'.f sheep was on
sale, and all grades of natives were represented,
and the arrivals also Included 2 cars ot Mext
can lambs and several cars of Tcxanv There
was no tnange of-any Importsnc. to the4rade;
still, the market was hardly as good ss on for
mer data this weeX. buyers being slower to
make' bids, also less particular as to whether
they secured supplies or not. Trading was rath
er slow, eten on the best grades, while those
that were only fair or on the common order
were extremely slow aale. Buers were mors
particular than for some tlm ss to quality.
Cull spring Iambs ar not much wanted at any
price.
1I0RSE3 The present week baa been one of
very light receipts, owing to th unprepared
ness ot tountry shippers, after the. big sup
ply which they contributed to the market last
week. Only a few of the regular consignors
were abl to get In. and their offering, com
blned did net amount to m.ro than one-fourth
of an ordinary supply.
The market was. consequently, handicapped
and activity was restricted materially, because
there, were plenty of buters on the market who
wanted consignments, but were only able to
ret about one-half or one-fourth as many as
they needed. This was particularly the case
with Eastern buyers, who bad liberal orders
for chunks and heavy draft horses.
IVIces opened strong and continued so
throughout the week, much competition being
sho.n among buyers for all th desirable ot'
fericgs that were available. Good horses In
even class sold full as well as last week, and
in a few eases, under the stress of urgent de
mand, a little stronger. At all events. It wss a.
blghlv satisfactory week In every particular,
excpt receipt.
Horse quotations:
Heavy draft, common to good SHOtfUd
Heavy draft, choir to extra. 1SC6S
Chunks, fair to good S04S130
Chunks. cholc.to extra , 140a)lb9
Farm chunks 5tfl25
Southern horses, plsln to good WA x
Southern horses, choice to extra Iisttl25
Southern dtlvers 125t!7S
Harness horses IGOtsiTS
MULES Like In horses th run ot mules
Oils week has been very light but It hss been
more In keeping with the demand, for th
business has ben quiet throughout and the
supply appeared to b fully ample tor all Im
mediate needs, except, perhaps. In Ih cae
cf very choice, big mules, for whclh come In
qulry was leported.
Nevertheless it was a fact that orders
through the several branche of trade as well
as buyers were very scare, and none of th
dealers reported much business. Not more than
two or three loads went East. As this Is the
mainstay of the trade at this season. It can be
judged now tight the activity was.
The market on plain, medium and ordinary
mules, and eten on some that might be clsssed
as rood, was very slow and although th of
ferings were limited sellers found difficulty in
negotiating them. Mules hate been so nigh
In the country for some time, notwithstanding
the redactions which have taken place at
market on plain and mdfum kinds, that It
has been almost an Impossibility to make a
profit out of them at market, or eten come out
without a io.
Sellers 1-aTe quoted a good demand during
the we-k on strictly choic. big heavy males
They hate ben so bard to get recently that
a firm market Is being maintained on litem
But they must b finished and have plenty cf
weight.
Mule, quotations:
14 hands, extreme range..... i CO.OMZ 5.30
14 hands, bulk or sales 70.0V3 85.00
114 hands, extreme range Ji.omlM.W
14U bands, bulk of sales... 75.004 lol.OO
15 hands, extreme range JS-.ovstlo.nJ
15 hands, bulk or sales o.oono.
13t band", extreme ranc. 119.O0ttl59.O0
154 hands, bulk of sales., iis.ooaiM.w
1(4 hands, extreme range 139.09910.00
1(4 nanas. nunc or sales.. ........ ij.wtxii.w
Uy Telegraph.
Kansas City. Mo.. May 12. Cattle Receipts
2.SCO; market steady to strong: export and
dressed beef steers 34 Hiji-B: fair to rood tltr
4 50: Western fed steers 344.35: stackers and
feeders 1X2384.70: Southern steers 83.754r4.35;
Southern cows 3:str3.49. native cows 1284.25;
natlv belters .55tit.l). bolls 32.S083.7J: calves
82.7585.10. Hogs Receipts II.OCJ; market 5e
lower: .top SI 89: bulk it (034.73; havy 14.70W
4 ts; pirkers sl.(5f4.75; pigs and lights 3461 43.
Sheep Receipts 1..00; matk't Se higher: native
lambs S5.1008.ei: Western Iambs 85O(.70: fed
ewes Jt.rMiS; yearlings (4 5085.25: Texas clipped
sheen H.50JII.M; stockers and feeders 83. i at. 50.
Chicago. May It Cattle Receipts S.5O0; mar
ket active to strong: good to prime steers 85.11
416.43: poor to medium 34.10itS; stockets and
feeders S3S1.4): cows 31.5064.25; heifers t:.25
4.4a; canners 11.5062.75: bulls 33(44: calves
32.5085.23: Texas fel steers 84.2583. Tlcgs
Receipts to-dsy 20.000; to-morrow 1S.00; maiket
strong to 5c higner: mixed and butchers 34.&tf
4 85- rood to choice heavy S4.Titj4.X74: routh
heavy 84.WS4.7S: light 34.(084.80: bulk of sales
84.7094.85. Sheep Receipts 10.990; market
ateady; lambs steady: good to choir wethers
Si.2Se.S0: fair to choice mixed S3.TSSt.59:
Western shp JI.50es.3J; clipped native lambs
84 5084: clipped Western lambs- :.75w(.l;
wooled Western lambs J5.25tJ4..
few York. May 12w Beeves Receipt, none.
No trading. Dressed beef 'stesdy at (StfSUe
per lb. for native sides. Cables quoted live
cattle hlcf-er at 128124c per lb., dressed
weight: refrigerator beef firm at 9atf94c: ex
perts. 4 cattle and 12 sheep. Calves Receipt.
34 bead, making, with the- stock carried ever.
224 on sale: market stesdy: veals sold at 34.50
rJ4.23 per ll lbs.: city dressed veals steady at
ease per ID. : extra carcasses- at 94. Sheep
and lambs Receipts 4.841: sheep steady: prime
and choice cilnrd lambs firm; others steady:
cllpoed sheep sold at 83.7588.(24: culls do. at
Sl.30t14.75: common spring lambs at 83 each:
dressed mutton steady at Ki4xl04e per lb.:
drersed Ismbs at 1046124c: dressed sorlog
smb. st 3388 pr carcass). Hogs Recelota 2.
538 bead: only C head on the market: feeling
South Ft. Joseph. Mo.. May IS. Cattle Re
eelnta 1.1(5: steady: natives 84:05.257 cows and
heifers 32&4AS: .to-ker. and feeders 3X254.4.40.
Hogs Receipt. 4.833: weak to Se lower: light
Jl.i74fjl.70: medium and heavy 14.4ofH.ri.
Sheep Receipts 1.484; averaged steady; Western
lamb. 88.79-
Tttrneatlae sad Koala.
Savannah. Oa., Ma 12 Turrntlr firm at
wScBoaln Brm: A. B. C P tsTw; UM;
32.70; O. H 82.73; I S2.S0: K 32.15: M 83.29: N
33.33: W. G. W.55: W. W. 33.85.
St. Lonls Cotton Market.
Spot market unchanged. Quote:
Ordinary 12
Good ordinary .................1:4
1-ow middling 134
Middling ..". U'i
ilood middling 144
Middling ra:r 124
Tinges and stains 'ie'Se oft white.
Galteston Spot market quiet; middlings
13 11.14c
New Orleans Spot market quiet; mlJdlings
13ac.
Memphis Spot market quiet: middlings 114c
Receipts at principal .points:
Galveston. 1.1(3 baits.
New Orleans. I.ses bales.
Mobile. 174 bales.
satannah. 397 tales.
Norfolk. 400 bales.
Houston. 43c hales.
Memphis. 231 bales.
Net receipts at all United States ports for
six days were 22.542 bales, against 23.57$ ba.es
a week ago. and I9.3 bales in 1902. Extorts.
25.712 bales, agslnst 5U.743 bales In 1902. Stocks.
23i.:33 bales, against 290.IK bales In 3902.
ST. LOUIS WAREHOUSE STATEMENT.
This Last
Year.
.. 1.261
.. 5I.85-
'.'. 5"t!v
.. 12XS
.. 513
..501.497
.. 513
..t.e3
ear.
Slocks on hand Sept. I
Net receipts sine Sept. 1... .
Net shipments
Net shipments sine Sept. I...
Stocks en band ................
tiroes receipts .. ...........
Gross receipts sine :ept. 1....
Gross shipments .. ........
Gross shipments sine :-ept. 1
II.7li
53.153
471
52571
Kt.'W
1.03)
713.S4I
1.521
712.114
II- TeleRrnph.
New Tork. May 12. Cotton Spot closed quiet.
10 points loiter: middling uplands 13.(5: mid
dling Gulf I3.9vc: sales l.4 bales. Futures
closed barelt- steady; Slay 1X26: June lX2c:
July lJ.45c: Aug. liltV: Sept. 11.7-c: Oct. 11.31c;
Not-. 11.22c: Dec 11.21. Th. market opened
easy at a decline of 3T13 points, under liqui
dation for esterdX's late bUers and a re
newal of local bear prc-sur (n response to
loner English cables than expected. Weather
adtlces were generally favorable, aside fpm
a continued need of rain along th Atlantic
coast. Urraklnr to a net loss of 5817 points a
little later on another wate of liquidation. It
was rallied again shortly after midday and
showed a net rain ot 14)2 points on the new
crop. hlle the loss on th old-crop months was
cut down to a n.attr of 4 or 5 points. This
was folio. ed by another spell of Irregularity,
but toward the close one or t.o of th Wall
street warehouses turned heavy sellers and tne
market was finally barely steady at th lowest
prices of th day. a net decline ot 5811 points.
Sales were estimated at l5.y bales, a good
iroportlon of which were transacted In th last
ur.
New Orleans. May it Cotton Futures quiet
and steadv: May 13 OtflXSte; June 13.71tft3.73r:
July 13.91UI3.92c: Aur. 1297Slt9c: Sept. 11 4V3
Il.s2e: Oct. 1I.09U1 1.10c: Nor. 10.9JSH.01e: Dec.
10.94810.97c: sales (00; ordinary 114c; rood or
dinary 1311-ICc: low middling 13 5-lic: mlddlinr
11 11-lSc; good middling 14c; middling fair 144c
Receipts 1.909: stock 179.911.
Liverpool. May- It Cotton Spot quiet: prices
2 to 4 points rower: American mlddlinr fair
7.72d: good middling I.SJd; mlddlinr 7.60d: low
middling 7.3Sd: rood ordinary 7.26d: ordinary
J.oed. The sales of the day were S.090 bales, of
which 2i were for speculation and exnort. r.nd
include,! 4 000 American: receipts 2J.000 bales,
includlnr l'.G American. Futures opened and
closed stesdv. American middling, g. o. c:
Mar 7.29d: May and Jun 7.24d: June and July
7.19J; Julv and Aug. 7.13d: Aur. and Sent.
93d: Sept. and Oct. S.23d: Oct. and Nov. 8.11d;
Nov. and Dec. C.04d: Dec and Jan. 8.01d; Jan.
and Feb. (d.
Thr Metal Marltet.
New Tork. May It London cabled another
slight advance In tin. the gain beinr a matter
ot (s. with spot closing at 125 15s and futures
at 124 Ts d. locally, tin waa quiet, but re
sponded to th advances abroad with a caln of
about 20 points, spot closing at 27.S0827.99c
Copper steady, but aulet In the local market:
lake la quoted at lXfnc and electrolytic at
7X124?13.3"-r. and castinr at lt874S11124c
Leaden, however, was a Utile lower: spot de
clined 2s d to C5T 7a 4.1 and futures lost Is 3d.
closing at 57 10s. Lead wes unchanged at 4 60
fH. (5c In th local market and at til 17s M in
London. S7lter also was unchanged In both
markets, closing at 8.2&9&.25C In New York and
at 122 5s In Ixindon. Iron closed at 52s In
Glassrnw and at 4s 14d In Mlddlesboro. Local
ly, iron shows rather an easy ton: No. 1 foun
dry Northern is quoted at Tls-315 50: No. 2 foun
dry Northern at 314 73613.21: No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft at
314814.25. Pig Iron warrants are quoted dull,
with sellers at $9.55.
RIVER NEWS.
Rise anil Fall of the Rlser.
For 24 hours ending at 7 a. m.
Thursday, May It 1904.
Stations. Danger. Gauge. Change.
Pittsburg
Parkersburz
Cincinnati
Louisville ............
Nashville
Chattanooga
Florence
Johnsonvllls
Etansvllle
St. Paul
Dubuqu-
Davenport ......
Keokuk
Grafton
Onaha
Kansas City
Boontllle
Hermann ...
St. Louis
Chester
Cairo
Memphis ........
Little Rock
Vlcksburg
Shreteport
New Orleans
22.00 4.4 "0.8
M.OO 7.0 -0.4
ro.OO K.3 -s.9
2S.CO 7.3 -0.5
49.0D 10.2 -0.4
31.09 7.2 0J
1..09 4.0 M.S
2I.M 3.7
35.00 17.1 -1.7
14.00 7.4 0.2
15.00 10.3 -.3
15.00 9.0 -9.1
11. DO 9.4 ....
23.09 14.X -0.3
18.00 9.S
21.0) 15.1 stl.l
29.00 11.5 -0.7
24.00 14. t 0.4
20.00 25.2 -0.7
30.00 22.2 -0.7
3 28.2 -1.2
33.00 21.S -0.5
23.09 10.0 so.j
45.00 43.3 -0.1
29.0)1 19.5 2.2
15.00 14. ( -0.1
Rise. -Fall.
EDWARD BOWIE.
Local Forecast Official.
Rls-cr Foreca.t.
The river at St. Lotr!. will continue to fan.
River and Dnslness.
Harbor rauges esterday marked 23 J feet,
indicating a fall of .7 of a foot in 21 hours.
Business along the Let yesterday .as mod
erate. Weather fair.
To-Dsr's Weather.
Probably shosers.
Arrived.
Chester
Cap Girardeau.,
Ferd Herold ,
, Cap Girardesn
........... ..Commerce
: Memphis
Departed.
St. Paul
Spread Eagle..
..St. Paul
Alton
Depnrlore. To-Day.
Chester ..i Cap Girardeau
rpe, Girardeau Commerce
Spread Eagle V."- ,?P
Ferd Herold Memphis
Rlrer Rlallo Brevities.
The City or Memphis will depart for the
Tennessee lilt er to-morrow afternoon.
Captain F L. Sibley of Galllpolls. O.. was
a visitor to th harbor-rooms yesterday.
Th Cap Girardeau arrited from Commerce
yesterday and will depart on the return this
afternoon.
Th Cnester arrived yesterday morning from
Cap. Girardeau, and will depart on the return
this afternoon.
Captain George Woodward arrived yester
dar from Cairo. Ilia steamer Exporter Is en
route to St. Louis.
Th Ferd Herold arrived yesterday from
Memphis with a good trip, and will depart on
the return this afternoon.
Captain W. A. Hammond and Pilot Bob
trtatrati nt ih United States aleamr King
were among the callers at the harbor-rooms yes-
lenla.
United States Steamboat Inspectora Gordon
and Lumbeek have departed on an Inspection
trip up the Ml-sourl River. They will return
next Monday.
Th City of Savannah !s the only steamer
at present floating the loul-isna IMrchas. Ex
position flag. She will depart to-morrow for the
Tennessee lllver.
Th steamer St. Paul of the Diamond Jo
Line departed yesterday for St. Paul on her
second trip of the season. Sh. took out a good
trip of Height and passengers.
By Teleurnph.
RKPIBLIC SPECIALS.
Cairo. III.. Mar 12.Cauge reads 3S.J. show
ing a fall of 1.2 durlrg th- last 24 hours.
WesthT partly cloudy and warm. The City of
Memphis arrited from the Tenn-ss River at
t v m. and cleared for St. Louis at W p.
m. Th nerman Paepek arrited from the
Lower Mississippi at 1:20 p. m. with two
barges of logs. Th Dick Fowler was In and
out on time. The towboat FolIIe arrived from
IMilsv!Ile at ( a. ro. with tow ot coal. The
Oakland arrlrd from Louisville at 5 p. m.
with tow of cocb
Memphis. Tenn- Mar 12. River stands 31.S
fti. a fall of .S in th. last 24 hours. The
Rees Lee arrited arir Ihls morning from Cin
cinnati with 2,5) packages of merchandise for
1.1. ise Kn retnms to-morrow evening
Th Kate Adsms departed at i p- m. for Ar
c i with fate erln- Th nsvmond
Homer with a big tow of eosl passed down
it S a. m. for New Orlesns. The Sam Clark
dropned her tow of coal here and returned to
the Ohio River with a tow of empty coal boats.
Rpcelots by river u-diy wer 2 bale, eotton-
Paducah. Ky.. May It-Gauge r-sdx 22.S and
failing. Dick Fowir to Cairo at 3 a. m. Joti
a tl.lfn. In WansYill-- on time. Joseob 14.
Williams and tow ot ccal passed down at 5 p.
m. Sprague and tow of coal csned down at
noon. J. B. Flnler Is du. to pss aown jctnignt.
Martha L. Ilenn down at 2 p. m. Weather
clear and pleasant. Business good.
Burlington, la- Msy Jt-Rlver Is I feet 2
Inches above low.water mark, a rail of one
half of an inch since last report. Weather cold
er after a heavy rainstorm. Th Dubuque
rassed un at 3:20 a. m. en rout to Davenport.
She Is due down to-monow. The Helen Blsir
in and out from Davenport. The Elolse In and
out from Keokuk.
Cap Girardeau. Mo.. May 12 The City of
Savannah down at 8 a. m. The United State.
Lily down it mm. with the Nashville and
Lawrence. Th cutter anchored In front of
town and received visitors. She will depart
early In th morning for th South. River
falling. Weather clear and warm.
Chester. III.. Mar 12. Gaug 22 feet snd fall
ing; Weslber fair and mild. United States
runboat Nashville, torpedo-boat destroyer Law
rence and lighthouse tender Ulv- down at 8:2
.. m. The Ferd Herald up early this morning.
The Wash Honehell and tow up at 11 a. m-
Th Qty or jaempni. at p. m.
Vlcksburg, Miss.. May 12. Gauge read. CJ
a fall of J. Th Bell, or th. Bend, cleared
for Greenville. Th. American la due. Tbs
American went down hut night. The Cordlll
Is doe up. "Weather clear and warmer- ,,
Grand Tower, t!L, Mav U.-Unltsd luui
LUy, Nixlniu. aod XAwrtaca 4owa at : a.
m. and City of Memphis ur at 11:29 a. m. The
caure resds 21.1 feet and falling. Weatncr
clear.
W.rssw. 111. Mav It Gauze reads 12.2. t
fall ot .1 In last 24 hourv ."lou.lv and cool. Kit
Carson and Scotia down with rslt and pasted
up at 7:29 p. m. Sllter crescent In and out.
Wheeling. W. Va.. May I2.-Rlter feet 1
Inches: falling. Warmer an.1 clear. Iown.
GreenlareL Charleston: Bedford. Parkersburs
L'u: Lorena. Ilttsbunr.
Cincinnati. O.. Jtay 12. rtlver 13.S feet: fall
ing Five departures InctuvUne. Kestone SLite
to Pittsburg, llear and warmer.
Iulsttll. Kv.. Mat; 12. River fatlins. In
canal 7.1. vn talis .9 and below locks 15.4.
Clear and warm.
' Pittsburgh l'u.. Mat- 12. River H 1 feet ris
ing at Davis lUnd dam. clear and warm.
Uvansvllle. Ind.. May U.-Rlter falling. IS t.
Clear and warmer.
Rrnl Estate Trnnsfers.
ARCO-23 rt.. n. s.. being 4745 Arco. city
block KH2. Kllzabeth James et at. to
Alexander It. Russell w. .1 8
AKt.o-23 ft., n. s.. belog 4341 Arco. city
block MI2: Alexander H. Russell to
131a J. Palmer and Matilda Ertels.
tr. cont'. In tr
CLARA-30 ft.. . s.. being 1S3 Clara,
cltv block 4139; Mary M. K-lnnarcu
ami husband, to 1-attlck F. Clark and
wife w. d
CARR 17 ft. 8 In., s. .: Mrs. Sophla.
McCuwan to Ll-ia Sophia McCowan
w. d
COOK-32 tt In., n. s.. bet. Kn
illeton und Newstead. city block 4755.
Itlchard J. Crane and wile to William
J. Crane w. d. ................... . .
COOK ! ft. S In., n. ... bet. Pend'eton
and Newstead. city block 4315; William
J. Crane and wife to Marguerite M.
A. Cran: w. d. .- ....................
DE.LMAK-S ft., n. ... being 4129 Del
mar, city block t47; Thes. S. Erhert
Realty and Financial Co. t" Joseph I.
Corey et aL w. d.. ............. ..........
EI'CLID 3o ft., w. s-. bet. Pag and
Easton. city block 27SS-. Frederick O
Hanpeter and wife to Herman J. Con
rail w. d. ......... .
FINNKY 84 ft 1) In . n. n.. bet. Grand
and Spring, cltv blocs: 22S3; Central
i-'hrlstlan Church ta Umen Atenue
Christian Church w. d -
GRANVILLE 25 ft., w. s.. bet Ridge
and Minerva, city block 2S07E: Dora
Iteekmon nnd husiiand to Harry O.
W'yant and wife w. d...
HUt.L CO ft.. . s.. bt. Le and Kos
suth, city hlcck 2iM; Albert 5to.
Strasxer and wife, by trustee, to Ed
nanl c llllmer tr. d
IDAHO 0 ft., w. s.. bet. Kansas and
Iron, city h'ock 2t'3!: Clias. C Kahn
and wife to Henry Werreme er w. d...
IDAHO 11 ft. US In., sr. s.. n. w. cor.
Kansas, city block 2956: Caroline Gar
ten to Henry Werremei er w. d.
IDAHO 24 ft., w. s . tx-t. Iron and Kan
sas, city block 29; Geo. W. Seligman
to Henry Werremever w. d
JEFFERSON 22 ft., w. s.. north cf
lladlson. city block 2H3: Johanna Geary
to 3tsr Geary w. d...... ................ .
JEFFERSON-2S ft., w. a. bet. Shenan
doah and Victor, city block 3S: 19
ft. S'l In., s. s. Papln. bet Fourteenth
and Seventeenth, citr block ?r Caro
line Senn to Louisa Rlegel w. d........
LUCAS 50 ft., n- a., being 2319 Lucas,
city block 1962: Apolllne A. Blair to
John H. Isan w. d....
LENOX 10 ft., s. .. bet. Walton abd
Euclid, city block W7: Royal Invest
ment Co. to Katherino G. Franciscua
McPHIWS(yNi"'ftlr"n'."s""beV."Lak
and Union, city block 490611; Theophllua
Conzelman to Jennl S. Garvey w. d..
McNAIR-3 ft., w. ... bet. Lynch and
Pestalozzl. cltv block 141; Jacob Luetxl
and wife to Johann J. Maenncr and
wife w. d. ......I.. ............. ..........
MAHNOI.IA-50 ft., s. ... blnr Ncs.
2S52-54 Magnolia, city block nni: John
J. Gall. Jr.. et. al.. to Anna Mary
qtc. d. ....................................
McPHERSON-fy ft., n. a. bet. Taylor
and Walton, city block 4.577: Lohse
Patent Door Co. to Alice K. Humphrey
MINNESOTAw'ft"." ."s"" bt." "Grundy
and Bowen. city block 2923: Mary
Szymcxak to John Trudzlnskt and wife
MAFFITT 25"ft.V"r""srrbe!nBNo!2ytY
Maffitt. city block 3S5: G. A. Mllbrsdt
and wife to William P. Nolan w. d...
McMILLAN M ft., n. s.. being No. 4S53
to 33A McMillan, city block 5052; Vic
IJiJ
9.t--
2.23)
l:oo
233
223
10
I.0M
I
T.COO
1.250
3J7J
L239
4.T53
1.550
4.1M
17.000
1,100
NO
tor E. Rhodes ana wtte to James t.
Tate w. d. ...............................
NINETEENTH 23 ft., w. s., being 4517
N. Nineteenth, city block 3431- Louis
H. Lnnmel and wife to William
Stumpe w. d. .................. .........
FARK-27 ft. 8 11-is in., n. s . bet. Vir
ginia and Theresa, city block 2167:
Marv E. Swart and husband to Joseph
Luepk and wife w. d ..................
FARK-27 ft. 13-16 In., n- a., bet. Vir
ginia snd Theresa, city block M(7:
Slirr E. Swrrt and husband to Fred
William Lnepke and wife w. o;
REILLY TS- ft- w. a bet. Lcrents
and cnadwlck. city block 32E2r Frank
Voegtll and wife to Herman Matter
SEc6ND-i9"ft"V7nirwVi""&L"vW-entln
and Spruce, city, block SB:
Theresa Heutel and husband, by tr.. to
Wllllsm v. Delantrut-tr.'a a. .--..-
SECOND-13 ft. 9 in., w. a. bet. Val
entin and Spruce; city block S3; Will
iam Delahunt to Robert E. Barton
qtc d. .................. ...........
T " NT" ?S ft- w. a. souOt et
Cass, cltv block 690: Ann and Kat.
Boyle ta "Regal Realty and Inv. Co.
Bolldlnsf Permit..
Mississippi Va;ieyrTu-t Company, two
story dwelling- at No. 4237.1237A St. Louis: 3X0O
p VI. Harrlnrton. three two-itory dweulnga
at No. 4314 to 4320 Page; 81O.000.
Martin W. Carvensta. one-ctory dwenins; at
No. 222S Italkar 3609. ,.,-.
N. Hanlck. boiler-houso at No. 01 Ashland:
"ceirg Hell, one-story dwelllnc at No. 1108
Amnl4rdS. addition to atabl. at Ka.
3873 West Pine: 34.000.
Mary J. Handley. two-story dwelling? at Ito.
40C to 40OS Shenandoah: 33.000.
Police Search for Boy.
At the request of Colonel J. 15. Haaer
of Louisville, Ky.. the police are search
ing for Fred Moon. 13 years old. the gon.
of a Louisville millionaire. He disappeared
from Us home on May 6. On the day of
the boy's disappearance he went to school
as usual. Because he had neglected his
work the teacher told him, to go home and
bring an excuse from his mother. Return-
. t .. .... .-ba.1 I.I.- Vll. i Am
lng nomc. lie isiruureti ii uiwwo 3ir-
parted. The boy's parents will pay a liberal
a v.. l.lAn 11. tu te ISA
scribed as being largo for his afro, Havlnsr
blue eyes and dark brown hair.
Two Sllsjhtly InJaresL
Two persons were sllghlty Injured last
eight when a Wabash shuttle train, re
turning from the "World's Fair grounds,
ran Into the bumping post on trade So.
5 at Union Station. Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Clark of New York City were standine
near a door when the crash came. Mrs.
Clark was cut about the face by flying;
glass and her husband was thrown to
the Boor, sustaining a sprained ankle.
Neither was seriously Injured and -irero
able to go to their -hotel. Several other
paa-enger were slightly Injured, but re
fused medical attendance.
SSsSS - S
Saya He Needed Money at Heme.
Fred Gelssier of No. 2014 Hickory treet.
a bookkeeper for the Moffltt-'West Drue
Company, was arrested yesterday at the
request of C H. West, secretary ot the
firm, who charges that Gelssler f orged : the
Arm's) name on checks to the amount or.
PA. Gelssler Is held at the Four Courts
and a warrant against him. will he applied,
for to-day. He admits the forgery. It t
said, and says that he did It because It
needed the money at home.
STEAMBOATS.
m-m0mw0&
IDA PATTON.
Steam launch, leave, wnarfboat. foot of Phsf
St., every hour for warships.
ROUND TRIP. 2Se-
Only steal holt
tMmir fog
St r. CHESTER
Ste. GenerUrs.
c n . t . r .
c 1 . a mrllVs.-
Wlttenterr. Grsnd Tower snd all wayrurts to
CAP1 G1HARDEAU. MO.-JUAXS A.u ,;
DT8 at 5 p. m. Phone. Main 1119: Kltuoco,
D v W. R. PEMSTON'. Agent.
Dedication of Shiloh Mon-Miris,
St. Lottla mad Tennea.ee Rlrer Packet
s.oxn(Btnys
For St. Cenevleve. St. Marys. Chester. .papa
Girardeau. Commerc. Cairo Pad ucahandaU
landings on Cumberland. Ohio and Tennsaate
Rivers to Shiloh. Tenn.
STEAMER CITY OF SAVANNAH.
Will leav. Saturday. May II. at rfcloe
" STE.4.MER CTTT OF MEMPJllS.
Will leave Saturday. May tl .at 4 oeloc
p. m. From wharfboau foot ot Pin. street, St.
Louis. All cabin passenger acnjunoSatlon
m"TS' STEAMER TENNESSEE.
Wilt leave wnarfboat. foot ot Broadway.,
Padneab, Ky Saturday. May 14. at i p- rn-.
tor Battlefield of Shiloh. Fare for round trip
810. Includlnr meals snd berth. .
. mciu J0HX & MASSENGALB. Agent. .
HTUC BADAAIU
HUNTERS"
$90.00
Given away next week. Watch for to.
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