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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: FEIDAY. JUNE 24, 1904. R BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. iwmm 1-03TAWD POlHtD. FOUND HrTl lW nr V vhra .Vm ..Tt best shoes In St. Lou to for 84.' 07 N. Sixth St.. - - - " .- - record op nmxiiS. iN J?. H. and Far Brown, 2208 Franklin- rlrl . . and Basmath-Booth. S107 Morgan; girl. .Mi-foa Violet Chapin, Mayfleld Sanita rium; coy. S--.M- and Martha Campbell, not Wella: boy. Vfllllam. end Hannah Desmond, 4290 Page; ." and Elizabeth Detail, $017 Alabama; girt. Hara and Johanna Hertmann, MS Julia; boy. Herman and Annie Loek. 2S Lafayette: boy. bylvester and-Annle Lemprecht, 4129 Michi gan; boy. r Alfred and May Level. 12J North Seren-teeaih- boy. J. 11. and Ladle Lathrop, SK7A Kensington; Michael and Anna Marts. 7515 South Broad way; boy. Leo and Martha O'Brien. 1733 North Tenth, boy. P and Mary OHzman. $00 "Wash: girt. Loots and Ida Portnole. fifl Riddle: bar. Frank and Cella Pleumke. 2063A Cut: girl. Henry and Louise post. St. Louie; girl. , Itiehard and Mary Roussln, 1136 uih Thir teenth; girl. Olle and Martha Reber, HID Te Kalb; boy. Henry and IJxxie Keltx. 111 Blair; boy. Joseph and Caroline Letienk, S3 Warren; boy. John and Mary Llsk. 60S Merln: girl. John and Rosa Schloemer. 2716 Gravols: girl. Joseph and Bertha Sparks. 1523. Franklin: girl. Howard and Annie Spencer. 410 Fairfax; airl. Walter D. and Mabel Thompson, COIS Lla dell: boy. Oscar and Lena Toerper. 311 Gravols: boy. John and Clssle Thompson. 226 East Davis; boy. I'eter and Anna Wehner. 818 Ann; boy. A. and Lutle Welnecke, 4153 Grove rlrl. Louis and Josephine 'Winter, 31! California; tin. Fred and Mary Wtrth. 143 Carr: -girl. It. and M. Aberenfioesterbaeumer, 115 Hick ory; girl. IIAMMOCKS The only hand-wove hammock ca the market; we do not advertise cut prices, bat in give double value nt same prices: bright and fast colors; strength, 1,000 pounde. S2J HAS a Polar Bear cold feet" Not If he wears Harris's Polar Calf Ebwe. 407 N. Sixth at. HORSE Found, a black etalllon. 15 hands high. Apply Hoehn'a Grove. LOCKET Lost, Wednesday night, locket: Initials J. E K.; picture Inside; reward. ISUSA Lafayette ave. , HK-Lost, round gold pin, set with garnet; lost at Fair or en route. Liberal reward. 5564 Chamberlain. pi-yr -Mt- Monday. Fair grounds or West i-nd Heights, diamond bar pin. sixteen small diamonds. Reward at 6165 Delmar. HELP WASTED FEMALE. HOUSEGIRL Walnut. Housework. a W Girl for housework. Situ HOUSEOIRL-Good 3W9 Park. pay: no outside work. HOUSEOIRL-Clrt SS37 Cates ave. for general housework: HOUfiEGIRL-Girl 4340 Marvland. for central housework. HOUSEGIRL Grt for general housework. 2220 N. Tenth st. (ivucicuwiu-uin to GO general noujwor. h Apply 2003A Rutger. HpuSEGlRL While girl for general house work. 4129 Delmar. HOUSEGIRL Girl for no gashing, 522 Cook. General housework; PURSE Lost, hand nurse, with a oalr of told spectacles and a pair of silk cloves and small amount of chance. Return If found to Bud welser Cafe tor reward. SUIT CASE Lost, from westbound Market St. car No. -M43. between R-rpnfh anil tf!ht. eenth sts.. Monday. 7:43 o. m.. one tan dress suit case, contalnlnr ladles' wearlnc asoarel. The nnder will return to the underslcned and rc-.-cnf rewarq. . a. never. SvClA iTanklln. HOUSEaiRL-GIrl for ceneral small family. Hie Dlckran. HELP. IVAA'TED-FESIALE. tVn!tr-eiw DININCl-ROOM GIRL-At Schneider's Hotel, lies ti. Fourth st. DINING-ROOM QIRL-Oerman dlnlnc-room girl for t-mall hotel. 301 Chouteau DINING-ROOM GIRLS Experienced: good wages. Auditorium Lunchroom. 338 Olive. DINING-ROOM OIRL At once, dlnlne-room girt In first-class boardlng-hoasc. Can 717 N. Garrison. DINING-ROOM GIRLS Experienced: rood wares. World's Fair Restaurant. JM N. Jef ferson nve. DINING-ROOM GIRL Girl for dlnlnB-room and chamber work; easy place; rood wares. 624 Fairmount. HOUSEQIRL-GIrl for ceneral housework; coed wages. t2i Olive st. HOUSEGIRLS-Two hcuseslrls In boardlns house. SIS N. Broadnay. IIOL'SEOIRL Good wares; pleasant home. i.4 Sheridan, cecond floor. VkATCII-Lost. jrold watch. Waltham works TftKS. safety barrel 7853C4S. initial K. K. on outside; Thursday evening, possibly on Olive or Park car. IJberal reward If returned to Katie Kuehner. SOS rullerton bnlldlnc. WORLD'S FAIR HADGE-Loit, Tuesdav. near Newstesd and OlHe. or on Olive et. car. World's Fair dlrector'a badge with name and address enrrrued on back. A reward of jio will be paid If returned to The Republic ofnee. SITPATIOXS WAITED FEMALE. CASHIER lady as cashier or position of trust In hotel; references. OJ 73. Republic fniAMm-RMA-n (-I'M. Inn hv Mtnrn V.m. bermald: competent woman. 143 Frankljn. tttar. bewiiw uoor. MARRIAGE LICENSES. B. T. McBal-f. Oakland. Cal Edith Da May Keck .Ocden. Utah P. C Pener-on..... 4417 Cottage Mrs. N. M. Huntlnrton 4417 Cottage Albert Henry 1127 South Broadway Mrs. Delta Rothe S303 Laclede T. P. Wheeler Mrs. IJllie K. White Prank Bernhardt Mrs. Maria Unger. Adam Auscauch -. Nellie Gratam Walter S. Axtell , Josephine Mnrpby H. W, Traffert. Mrs. Anna Freeburg James Walsh. Agnes Ryan Henry Combs Mrs. Addle Lewis., Leonard W. Vinegar Haul Riley. Alfred St. Vraln Georgia P. Lennox. Anvld Donelson.. 923 Morgan 301 Franknn Omaha. Neb .......Meadvllle. Pa .Verdln, III Verdln, 111 ...Kansas City, Mo ...Kansas City. Mo ........3 Madtson 4310 West Bella ...S17A Mullanphy .:E1 Sheridan U Moor BU uay lai Gay R13 Gay ....Muskogee. I. T. u 4SU Maffitt ..i;i5 Locust CLERK Situation by competent oung lady to do clerical work. SA r. Republic. COOK Situation by young lady as cook or general housework. In boarding-house. 331 HOL'.SEGIRL-GIrl for general housework; no washing. 4lCi Mar-, lend. HOUStXHRL-Glrl for general good wages. VXD Maryland. IIOUSEUIRL Experienced girl for Eeneral housework. Zktl S. Broadway. IIOUSEUIRL Experienced girl for genrrtil housework. -qA 5henandoah. HOUSEGIRL-Good German girl for general housework.' 311 Rauschenbach. HOUSEGIRL-Glrl for reneral housework; small family. 3013 Shenandoah. DINING-ROOM GIRLS Two experienced dining-room gTls; mut be experienced: tcp wages; steady Jab. Victoria Restaurant. 2S3I Finney ave.. St. Lout'. Mo. GIRL A In dining-room. younc girl to maxe htrseii useiui zxiu. ?i. Kignm su HELP WASTED FEMALE. 3IIiceIlAUeunsa HELP WASTED HAUE. issiat--satV-asastssa4MVNrr4sVNss RULING MACinNE ruling machine feeder. B. Co.. 318 N. Third. FEEDER Experienced Flommger & Grahl B. SCRUBWOMAN-Good scrubwoman. Apply east side door. 1345 Franklin. ,30PRANO-.pp!v Dr. A L. Hood, eye spe cialist, with Dr. Ella Hunt. Equitable building. Sixth and Locust. WOMAN to work In lunch room: good wagei: apply at once. Mala and Ferry, Venice, III. Hinds & I-atterson. V OMAN Young woman for steady work in factory; can make good wages. Apply R. E. Funsten Dried Fruit and Nut Co., SCO North Commercial, corner of Olive. WAITRESSES White's Restaurant, cust. WAITRESS AND DISI1WASHER-S14 can st. WAITRESS An-Delmar. experienced waitress. 4!iS WAITRESSES For arm work. Gill's cafe, 30) Ollte. WAITRESSES Experienced waitresses. N. Seventh st. WAITRESSES 407 N. Seventh st. WAITRES-S-StlllwelL IMS OI!e WAITRESS At once. S347 Olive. HOUSEG1RL Good houseglrl at l'rotestant Hospital, ion N. Eighteenth st. HOUSEOIRL a good r'rl for geneial house work: good wages. 3113 Locust. IIOUSEOIRL Girl to inlit with housework: no cooking, ua Hickory, upstairs. HOUSIXIIRL-A good girl for general house work: no washing. 4449 Laclede. COOK Situation by good woman cook. In boarding-house or restaurant. Call 2106 Frank lin are. COOK Situation by middle-aged woman for cooking and genera housework: no laundry. 3606 Finney. COOK Situation by girl as first-class cook: capable of taking charge of house; best of references. 3103 Eastern. HOUSEGIRL Situation to assist lady In housework. Mlsa Grander, ltu S. Seventh. . HOUSEGIRL situation by a, German rlrl as house and nurse girl. 3334 Forest Park boulevard. HOUSEGlRL-situatlan by working houseglrl; filace -to work from S to J and go home even ngs; no washing. 8096 Ridge. HOUSEGIRL German tlrl for general house work; small family. 4116A Evans. HOUSEGIRL Girl for light housework: washing or Ironing. 3310 Dickson. HOUSEGIRL Girl for general housework; no wathlng or ironing. 193a Carr. HOUSEGIRL Good girl for general house work: no washing. Kts Maple ave. HOUSEGIRL Good girl to do housework; come Immediately. 4431 Delmar ave. HOUSEGIRL Girl to do general housework; small family; 330. 3925 Castleman ae. HOUSEGIRL-Glrl for general housework; no washing; good wages. 4325 Delmar. HOUSEGIRL Girl for general housework; must sleep at home. 3309A N. Ninth st. HOUSEGIRL-Competent girl for general housework: good wages. 44"2 West Belle. Luella Stafford jca pine JSS-..Ti JS";..".' .Boer camp, St. Louis Christina, p. Mclntyre...,Boer Camp, St. Louis SrTSSI &2?.eoCT A ?n'. Mo Bnzns, W. F. Jones.... Ada 8. Brans.., Attgcst Rehlg... Lena Zelser TV. -C Wock!... . v "imi'iii'ii trans is x-aas-'aismi m Oota Simmon. mi soutS siSnd il,?!1 5i5K? lnj NortH Ninth Jennie Hardban ins North Ninth Allenton, Mo .....3612 Lucas 4W Mattttt 1431 Dillon Catawlna. Mo .3323U Bismarck Joseph Merer. Mrs. Maude Hall Barney Prahl.... Anal McRitchk Kurt Matthias ymffia Orundmann.,.,.., Henry Johnson fiallla Smith....."....... 3436 Bacon 2426 Bacon ....St. Charles, Mo ....St. Charles, Mo ..3300 South Twelfth ,.12U North Twelfth .2131 Walnut 3203 Walnut HOUSEKEEPER Situation as housekeeper by young lady of refinement: beet of reference. Address bv letter only. F. B.. 1013 N. Compton. HOUSEMAID Situation by experienced girl aa housemaid or nurse. 403 S. Garrison. HOUSEWORK Situation by German girl Tor general housework. "2517 S. Third, upstair. HOUSEWORK situation by young German girl to assist In general housework. 3606 Fin ney ave. HOUSEWORK Situation as houseglrl or aa nurse In flrst-claas private family by neat col ored girl; no postals; call morning; good wages and references. 3306 Lawton: rear. LAUNDRESS Situation by laundress; two or three days Adams. neat colored In week. 3S20 LAUNDRESS Ladles' and gentlemen's wash ing by first-class white laundress; to take home; excellent work: reasonable. 1307 Franklin ave., rear, third floor. TCeddlncr Rlnjra (Solid Gold). Finest tjugUUes. 13 to 130. Mermcd & Jit-card's. Broadway and Locust. O years, tot Bt. aeorgs; rear, 3800 Washington; ma I RCRIAI. PERMITS. -l--,t,srAsfM-sl--k-IaaBsaa-ai tertUs! TVeaUlll"' -' -"a D Kalb; n- lonJus! Dnnu"1' ' ran. S73 Clemens; perl Johanna Condon, H rears, 1410 Lawton; can. Eddls Brunswick, St rears, 1T Delmar; snl- Wlnlford NlcoUy, apoplexy. Edith Farrow. cholera Infantum. mIYIW??1 ,Uul7Y' a fslr, Alexlan Brothers' Hsspltal- congestion. 2J.V?.8(-'-tJt" a yaam, 3310 Cherokee: ascitis. dlseasi!111 BxntM- l 1"-". Poorhouse; heart HenrrThomas. a Ttu. South Side Dixptn sary; suicide. higfiluSF " " m Korth . James White, 1 rr, JW Bell; catarrh. JL'fSJs, Jf."1- " a South Jeffer- -.-.r"- ---- ,.a A. dlDhtherta. heiSfitS2i!r' a m N0rth Mrt--'i P,3S.J Barn, n rears, Baptist Baaltarlmn: tiepcritls. . Xveao Moehrle. If rears, Kloadlka Hotel: snidae. er5enndlclBtU7,,, " "" Ii0tne RoPiI: e Schwlnd, II rears, 21M Sidney: heart hc-J(AJeoor, 19 rears, J7 Manchester; WIU Murray. years, J33S Walnnt; homldde. John Bochmnailer, 79 rears, 7 South ThlrT: accident. oenL7 Smt' a " S1T Benton; aeel- 'op'.' EiJtenschat. 41 rears, iHJ Franklin: gastritis, yictorjrempl, X rconths, St. Ana's Asylum; iSJSS? T--'1er' a " l Morgan; eon sunrptlon. Adel Entalmeler, 1 rears, 1429 Hogan; heart ehM; " He,lrt0-' M ta Easton; bron- NEW CORPORATIONS. ST. LOUIS. John A. Rardea. Slats Companr: John A. Kardea, T shares; Edward Harden. 13 shires, and Isabella Q. Harden, 19 shares- to construct slats roofs, etc.; capital stock, full paid.' :.-WO. j.nm I'jpin. rvMi..i ,- .. .. W.: ATi- D. SSUk rmir&jsr'rE VvS0?.";. h2? Jt"1-!, !- mettlag Jons ih the Censor; cspltal stock, half. lild, jsj,. t.i. -02FREASB OP CAPITAL STOCK. John Rohan & Son Boiler Works Company MISSOURI. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jslferson Cfi: Mo.. Jon 23. Secretarref State Sam Cook to-day tssned certificates cf Incorporation to the foUoirtns new compan ies: g Brlasan-Patterson Lumber Company of onatt, to do a general lumber business; capl latecfcJMjW-aUpald. Incorporators---L7U Brtnsoa, A. C L Patterson, B. C.yilson, 11. Brjnsoa and t. P. Brlnson. Tha Port Worth Ltvs Stock Commission Company cf Kansas City, to do a ceneral live stock commission business: capital stock 320.. fc ens-half paid. Incorporators William 8am- "u. . j. -o-,(crson . -a -j-unpceii and S. 2d. . The Bank at Chllllcothe, to do a general banking business; capital stock, ISO, 000; all i1-"- AMvniwiu k. u. iinai, Dopnia iiraun. P. B. Brant, John A. Field, Thomas E Jen kins. J. It. Mlddlettraand otners. IXLIJtOIS. JUaUULIO SPECIAL, Fprlngfltld, 111, June S3. Certificates of lpcorporatlun were Issued to-day by the Sec retary of State as follows: The Missal Farmers' Grain Companr, Mis sal: capital, (10.000; dealing In grain, coal and building materials. Incorporators Q. W. Hol land, Frank Zimmerman and Jacob Zelgler. iot ursocporL alining ana prospecting Com- y, wvaiwn; cmpiiAj. iu,iw; general nun hndnesa. Ineomorainr.lnhn w nia.i. llllam Pell and EUsia. nanih. The Buckevt Birlni anfl FmnAr nnm.v Joliet: capital, tso.ooo; manufactuiiag engines and machinery. Incorporators Peter MicheL George J. Buckeye and Fred Bennett. The Canton Steam Healing Companr, Can ton; capital. 325,000: to operate a beat, light and power plant. Incorporators James D. Rob ertson, R. P. Henkle and Thomaa I'arcelL The H. V, Plnkelsteln Machinery and Iron Company, Peoria: capital, tso.ooo; dealing la machinery and metals. Incorporators H. V, Plnkelsteln, L R. Myers and Joseph A. 'Well. The Illinois Box Board Company: capita!. tlO.OOOr' manufacturing box board and naner. Incorporators-K. L. Wood, Lewis H. Wood and Prank Dcren. The Highland Water Company, Highland; capital. 34,000; operate water works. Incor porators Losls B. Klnnee, J. J". Spladler and LonlsKoch. The Tuscola Telephone Company, Tuscola; capital stock Increased front 15,000 to 310,000. The Home Telephone Company, Champaign: capital stock Increased from 3JS.O00 to 1100.000. The Springfield, Lincoln. Bloomlngton, Pckin and Peoria Electric Railway Company, Bloom lngton: capital atock Increased from 150.000 to $300,000. Fore!rn--The Harden and Derby Manufac turing Companr. Brooklyn, N. 7.; capital. 3500; capital in Illinois, (33. " NDRSE Situation by trained nurse, with best of references: young and congenial; desires po sition aa traveling companion to lady of ad vanced years. Audress Nurse. 1013 N. Compton. WAITRESSES Steady. 716 Ijcaa ave. WAITRESS-Glrl to wait on table In dlnlsg rcom. 1X27 S. Jefferson. WAITRESSES Two cood Cabanoe Cafe. tG6 Delmar. VANTKD Ladle to learn halrdresalng. manicuring or facial massage; abort and prac tical method; all work done tree; lis to 515 weekly paid craduates; positions guaranteed: diplomas granted. Call or write. Moler Col lege. 1110 Pln st. TOUNG LADIES for a first-class confection ery store. Arolv Harlers, 716 Olive. The Trades. wwnwwvwwwwiwwAw-y BARBER A first-class barber. Apply to St. Louts Fair Association. See Beazley. Natural Bridge road and Vandeventer gate. BARBER First-class white barber for Sat urday and Sunday; 34 guaranteed. 61.- N- Van deventer ave. BARTENDER. ETC Bartender, assistants, porters and general help for bars, hotels and cafes: World's Fair grounds: season's work; top wsges. Acme. 1523 Market. UOILERMAKERS. boilermager helpers, sheet-Iron workers; stay away from St. Luula: strike on. UOILERMAKERS Must be Al: best wagea paid; open shop. Down Draft Boiler Making Co.. Twentv-thlrd and Pnpln its. HELP WASTED MALE. Miscellaneous. V,i-ii-,-i i -- -----.- -- -,-, i-i-ii-ir.-in iiimi MAN Bright young man. 18 to 22 rears; good position. World's Fair grounds: snort hours. MAN Elderlr white man horse and yard: good home, boulevard. to care for our 4362 Forest Park Bright young man, IS to 23 Tears; good World's Fair grounds: short hours. MAN- Dositlon. GJ lit. Republic MAN Bright young man for office and de livery work: good penman: bond reauired. Monarch Laundry Co.. 371? Franklin ave. UOlLERMAXERSThree nrst-elass boiler makers and twonrst--.'-xsa helpers; open shop. Joseph P. Wangler Boiler and Sheet Iron Works Company. ISII North Ninth st. BRASS MOLDER First-class workman. ply at 313 W. Third St. Ap. HULf WASTED SIALIC "' - "t iii'-irTVUiVVjVVXrXriXJ Hoys. RELLDOT Colored. ChTI at Wellington Hotel, "15 Pine. et. BOOTBLACK 2SS7 Thomae. BOOTBLACK Shoe shop. 305 N Twelfth BOV Colorcl mar. bey for lunchroom. 4C63 Del- BOY Colored boy to work about bouse. FranliMn. t DOV 13 or 16 jears old. Factory. 2630 N. Fifteenth. BOY Exprlenced grccerr boy. Grocery H. Hegel. Greenwood WAITRESS Experienced waltrets. rium Lunchroom. 332S OHi,e. WAITRESS ES Two waltreraes: must be neat in appearance. 4663 Delmar. WAITRESS UnUersal Ijinchroom. SU Olive. WAITRESSES Two experienced restaurant watlrcsses. at once. "305 Easton ave WAITRESSES 36 to 310 week: also all kinds help: good waxen. American. 819 Olhe. WAITRESS Girl or woman; to work In lunch room: come ready to work. H24 Cass ave. WAITRESSES Experienced arm waitresses: two for breakfast, three for supper work. 6 N. Taylor. WAITRESSES One hundred waltre"sa for Worll's Fair grounds; 310 week and board. American, si? Olive. HOUSEOIRL Girl to do general house work: small family. 15WA N. Fliteenth st. V HOUSEGIRL Girl for general Iiousenork; three adults: uppr flat. 51G6A Fairmount. HOUSEOIRL Girl for general houiencrk) small family: 320 per month. 4403 Maffltt. LancQresiei. 1RONERS Ten ladles' clothes Ironerst band ers., cutters: best -,entllated laundry In the city. Victor Laundry Co . Tenth and Victor. HOUSEGIRL Urrl for general housework: 10 washing: good wages. 965 Westminster. HOUSEGIRL Young gltl to assist in gen eral housework. Call at $23 Hamilton ave. HOUSEGIRL Colored girl for housework. World'e Fair Service Club. 3564 Laclede ave. HOUSECIRI. Girl for general housework for family of three. In flat. 6162A Fairmount. HOUSEGIRL-Glrl to assist In reneral house work; no washing or Iron.ng. 1204 Morrison. HOUSEGIRL White girl for ceneral house work in doctor's house: 318. 907 N. Leonard. SEAMSTRESS Wants sewing; children's clothes and shirt-waist suits. 6310 Balsom. STENOGRAPHER Situation by stenogra pher; beginner; salary moderate: Remington operator. OJ 73. Republic STENOGRAPHER Lady stenographer and typewriter operator wants extra work to do at home nights. Address. M. R.. 2220 Victor. STENOGRAPHER Expert stenographer and typewriter would like dictation for home work evenings and Sundays; stenographlo or direct dictation. OH 3. Republic WIDOW .lady, having one child: desires to secure a place as housekeeper or cook In small family: no objection to leaving city. 8C 77, HOUSEGIRL-Glrl for ceneral housework; three In family: no outside work. 4328A Cook. HOUSEOIRL Want girl for general house work: two In family: good wages. 3663 Llndeil. HOUSEGIRLGood girl '" housework. In restaurant. 11 St. Clair ave.. East St. Louis. HOUSEOIRL Neat girl: general housework; best wages; good home; no cutslde work. 3405 Vista. IRONERS. ETC For Mackinac Island. Iron ers. mangle cirls. starches, operator. marUer. washn-an and other nelo. Sec Mr. Neal. fore man. Planters Hotel Laundry. BOY Bright boy. 11 jears old. m.. ;t)03 N. Twelfth. Call at 2 p. BOY Strong boy to assist In grocery store. P. W. Jo-it. 1434 O' Fallon. CABINETMAKER N. Fifteenth st. -Furniture factory. CABINETMAKERS Furniture factory, 2620 N, Fifteenth st. CARPENTERS. ETC. Carpenters builders. Apply 2?i0 De Kalb st. CARPENTER To taki house to finish by contract: first-class. Victor and Texar aves. CARPENTERS and car builders. Arplr American Car and Foundry Co.. Madison. II.. CARPENTERS Twenty bridge carpenters; I. 47. It. R-: 32.73 per day: all bummer's work. Down's Labor Agency. 4 N. Ninth CARRIAGE TRIMMbRS 3000 N. Broadway. -St. Louis Car Co., CIGARMAKER 132S Market st. CIOARMAKERS. ETC. Clgarmakers and atrlppers: good wage". 1233 a Broadway. MAN Familiar yith running a mo'der; only thoroughly experienced man need apply; good wagea; steady employment- Address Box 2r. Cairo. 111. MEN To tty Harris's 32.Sk shoes. 407 N. Sixth st. MEN For freight, ware, cold storage, wholr sale and round houses. Acme. 1523 Market st. MEN Four handy men for large department store; 312 week; steady work. Acme. 1325 Market. MEN Two men for storeroom; luring company; 312 to start; Acme. 1523 Market. city manufac-adVancement. MEN Young men. run on passenger train. 316 to 320 nt-k: through daylight and World's Fair run-: now open. Apply 313 Locust, upstair. MEN Several joung men. work in shipping and packing department, wholesale drug houe. good -gages, with advancement. Apply 91S Lo rut. upstair. MEJ Two young men- (from country pre ferred) to work in wholesale grocery hou; 113 week: chance to advance. Apply 913 sy cnnt. upstairs. COOK-Tenth. -Man or woman to cook. Apply 303 N. BOY Errand boy. 1116 Holland building. BOYS Flfiv W.. Call Main and Dorcas. BOY Elevator boy: must be over 16 rears of age: references. Conroy Bros.. 1115 Olive. BOY To work In lunchroom; 35 week: board and room: night work. 2322 N. Broadwav. BOY Strong boy do errands and earrv bundles- 33 per week. Apply-S. unison. 513 Hol land bldr. BOl Small boy to answer telephone. Call at plumbing shop. 1131 N. Broadway, before 8 o clock a. m. EOYS-Brl'ht boys, from IS to 18 years old: High School beys preferred. Apply by letter. Worlds Fair Programme Co.. Adcilnlstratien bnlldlnc. World's Fair. EI.KVATOR BOY-Apply at WssMncton ae. a. m. at 1323 LAUNDRESS References Pine. required. 3S21 LAUNDRESS For Mondays or Tuesdays. 3026 Geyer ae. LAUNDRESS First-class laundress, cas. In basement. I.AUNDRESS First-class good pay: Bteady work. colored laundress; LAUNDRESS Apply early Friday morning. 1123 Westminster place. LAUNDRESS Good laundress and Tuesday. 2630 8. Fourth. for Monday LAUNDRESS White washerwoman. Saturday. 1322ViA N. Surah. LAUNDRESS-White laundress with refer enc: best pay. 3503 Longfellow boulevard. Clerks aind Collectors. ASSISTANT bookkeepers. 360: hotel clerks. Sj); board and room. Apply American, 919 COOK Night cock; man. Easton. B. Matley. 3969 MEN To sell goods to passengers on railroad trains; through davllght runs; all the Ixct roads. Apply to Mr. Jordan, Railway Ns. Office No. 8. 2009 Walnut st. MIDDLE-AGED white couple, without chil dren, for small clubhouse: IS per month, with room and board: state age of both and whote worked last. GJ 113. Republic. COOK Man or woman to cook. Apply 208 N. Fourteenth. COOK Good wages. World's Fair nestaurant. 319 N. Jefferson ave. COOK A fry cook. Breltllng Restaurant, 411 N. Broadway, upstairs COOK Second cook: white man; to assist chef. Gilt's. 3S60 Olive. COOK Second cook and pantry girl: small lunelroom: new- 4C63 Delmar. COOK Second cook. 2207 Washington. COOK Broiler cook, at once. 921 Olive. COOKS First-class first and second cooks, men. at once. 2339 Wanblcgton boulevard. COOK Colored, single, male, experienced cook: at once. Call 46ii Westminster place. COOK Second cook. Apdy to chef. Univer sity cf Kansas Restaurant, south of Epworth Hotel. BRIGHT young man to work on passenger train; experience unnecessary. American. 919 Olive. BILL clerks: wholesale houses: 350 start; railroad and express office. American. 919 Olive. CLERK Grocery clerk. 2901 S. Seventh st. CLERKS. ETC Two grocery clerks, 313.60; assistant bookkeeper, 360 (real estate office). Acme. 1523 Market. CLERKS. ETC Two experienced grocery clerk?. 311 week: three city salesmen. 313 week: ono delivery driver. 513. and several wagon helpers. 313 week. D. J. Campbell & CO.. 918 Locust. LAUNDRY clothes Ironer. HELP Machine hand, ladles' C. & C Laundry. 2934 Olive. HOUSEGIRL Olrl or woman to assist In housework; good home. 8334 Forest Park boulevard. HOUSEGIRLGood girl for general house wcrk and cooking; 34 week; referencea. 4929 rage. HOUSSGIKL Girl for general housework: 320; no laundry; call Saturday morning. 2606 Finney. WORK Situation by German girl; Catholic family preferred: wages 34. 822 N. Fifteenth st. STOVE REPAIRS A. a BRATJER. XK-311 K. THIRD STREZT. SITUATIONS WASTED MALE. f,-IrVSfll-l " flS'-S-y-SSr-aSl-rSaOrr BAKER Situation by good cake and bread baker; cake preferred. Inquire 708 S. Fourth, upstairs. BARBER Situation by first-class German barber: union barber. 1213 Calhoun. BARTENDER Well-experienced bartender, with good recommendations, wishes steady posi tlon. Peter Scbanrsnbach. 3013 Locust st. BUTLER Position as butler by Japanese. 5642 Cabanne, A. B. C HOUSEGIRL White or colored girl for gen eral housework and to assist in cooking. 36S3 Finney. HOUSEGIRL Girt for general housework In family bt three: no washing or ironing. 5383A Page ave. HOUSEGIRL Girl for general housework: with or without washing; family of two. 2747 Lafayette. LAUNDRY HELP Girl. 15 years old or over, to fold shirts, l'arrish Laundry. 3126 Olive. COLLECTORS. 315 week; grocery clerks, 312; hipping: receiving clerks. American. 919 Olive. COOK First-class colored cook: male or fe male; for private boarding-house. 3908 Westminster. COOK, ETC A first-class pastry cook: also chambermaid. Usona Hotel, King's highway and McPherson. MILKERS-Experlencd milkers for a farm In St. Louis County. Keye Farm and Dairy Co.. 36SS Olive. PANTRY MAN Experienced pantry Victoria Restaurant. 3E31 Finney ave. PORTER-Csll at 1 p. Factory. 511 Clark ave. m. Mack's Tamale PORTER Colored man for porter work In drug store. 4975 Delmar. PORTER Good white porter that under stands tending bar: come ready for work. 41 II Sf. Grand ave. PORTER Experienced, reliable office porter 'colored): 310; references reauired. Leigh Bros.. 1003 Century building. rORTER White man for porter and house man In saloon and small boarding-bouse; will advance rood, steady man. 13 St, Clair ave.. East St. Louis. SALESMEN World's Fair souvenler pslesmn and young men: to take charge of souvenir stands: Inside grounds; 315 week up. Apply HI Locust: acetalrs. TEAMS wanted to haul brick. Compton av . and Terminal Railway tracks. Fruln & Coln--n. contrsetors. FILER Loy-Lanre Box Co.. Third and Russell. HELPSRS-Three practical bollermakers' helpers: none but first-class men need apply. John O'Brien Boiler Worka Co.. St. Louis. Mo. HORSESHOER Er-eiienced man. GJ 73. Republic MACHINE HANDS First-class machine hands. Gravols Planing Mill Co., Gravols and Juniata. TEN delivery drivers: 33 to 812: C erder cl-rks. American Business Bureau. 919 Olive. VENDERS Experienced ice cream venders at 2812 Market st. WANTED Men to learn barber trade by short and practical method; few wteks com pleters: tocls given, board provided, pesHtcns waiting, call or writs, Moler Barber College. 1110 Pine st. MACHINISTS Tor out of city; 13c to 0c hour: free pass. American. 319 Olive. DRUG CLERK Registered drug clerk; apply at once. Garrison Pharmacy. LAUNDRY HELP Mangle girls. ironers lor Planters Hotel; 317 board. ahakers and to 321, with LAUNDRESSES Six dresses; 31.25 per day Theresa. more colored laun. and wants. 211 N. LAUNDRY HELP Staxchers. markers, man gle girls and girls to learn. Exceptor Laundry, Grand and Bell. LAUNDRY HELP .Machine girls; girls to learn: rood wages paid. Mercantile Laundry Co.. 3319 Manchester ave. LAUNDRESSES Starchers. waist Ironers, finishers, mangle girls, machine glr'a. Monarch Laundry. 2719 Franklin ave. DINES'O-ROOM GIRL Good dining-room girl to work through supper; good pay; nice place. 2637 Easton. J HOUSEGIRL Young German girl to do housework; small private family. 2920 Wash ington ave. EOUSEOIRL A German girl for general housework: private family; good wages. 3412 Washington. HOUSEGIRL-Glrl to do light housework: In rrjall private family; good wages. 4194 Forest Park boulevard. CARPENTER Situation by carpenter and builder; work by day or lob; calls receive prompt attention. Carpenter. 3244A Olive. CARPENTER Carpenter and Jobber; non union: first-class all-round mechanic wants any kind of situation: Is able and willing; ref erencea. QJ 144. Republic CHAMBERMAID Lady wishes position as chambermaid: referencea TT 50. Republic CHEF First-class chef (French) dertres alt cation In hotel; long experience; sober habits. 3033 I-nrsi CLERK Position as clerk In office; Ave years' experience in lumber and railroad of fice; can furnish first-class reference. OJ lit. Republic COLLECTOR desires position with reliable house; has office experience; bat references; thoroughly reliable. GJ 12L Republic COLLECTOR Situation by younc man of 19 as collector or cosltlon in mercantile hou-ia: has experience and best of reference. GJ U4, Re- PUD11C. HOUSEGIRL Olrl tor general housework; two in family. Mrs. A. Sneder. 61? N. Tenth. East fit. Louts. last f H0U IUSEGIHL Girl for ceneral housework who speaks German; no cooking; small family. iota jaiajenc ave. HOUSEGIRL Girl for general housework: free Saturday and Sunday afternoons and even ings. 411: aa9 ave LAUNDRY HELP Experienced markers, as sorters and bundlo wrappers, from In or out of city. Century Laundry Co.. 4664 Easton ave. MARKER. ETC Marker and assorter. band Ironer. ladles' clothes ironer and lady to take crarge of shirt department. Colonial Laundry Co.. 4020 Olive. , OFFICEMEN. 353; assistants. 350; boek kpers. 373; traveling ealesmen. American. SALESMAN Refill shoe salesman. Brandt Shoe Co.. 619 N. Broadway. J. O. PRI ATE secretary: to travel: 375 month and expenses. Apply American Business Bureau, 919 Olive. SHIPPING CLERK-Bhlpplng clerk for large wholesale house: must thoroughly understand shipping. GJ 125. Republic. TIMEKEEPER. ETC Timekeeper and office clerk for qity contracting company; 360 month. Acme. 1523 Market. GOOD POSITIONS OPEN. All those seeking employment, call en the lanrest and onlv Hrtramo-'atpriv mnlnrmnt bureau in St. LouK- American. 919 Olive. MACHINIST. ETC Machinist with engi neer's license, and factory carpenter. Call at 3101 N. Broadway. MACHINISTS All-around machinists: lathe; Jilaner: bench: floor and boring mill hands: no ee. St. Louis Metal Trades Association. 313 Chemical bldg. MEAT CUTTER Good meat cutter and solic itor. Call 1430 N. Taylor. PAINTERS Carriage 2615 Arsenal. and wagon painters. PAINTERS Apply American Car and Foun dry Co.. Madison. III. PAINTER Sign painter; first-class; union: to join ma starting sign shop: sober business man only. OJ 116. Republic AGENTS ATO SALESMEN, ffnlearaen. " - -- f-,-ar- -y---tararsrsi-j ii"ssUTnnjt MEMPHIS Paper Box Co.. wants experienced solicitor; a foreman and forelady: must ccm well recommended; good salary and permanent position. Address Jack W. James. 81 Madlscn st.. Memphis. Tenit. SALESMAN Experienced furnishing goods salesman; must be experienced window dresser also: no other need apply. Wolffs. 105-107 N. Broadway. - PHOTOGRAPHER Good, reliable photogra pher permanently: with reference or security; call at once. Studio. 618 Olive. PLUMBERS Good nonunion plumbers -steady work: good wages. Coyne Brca. 4973-75 Easton. MARKERS Inquire Empire Laundry Twenty-third and North Market. Co., MARKERS, assorters. starchers. shlrtfolders and finishers. Westminster Laundry. 4115 Olive. WASHERWOMAN At once; (it 1725 Market. good pay- Call WASHERWOMEN Come prepared to go to work. 1713 Oregon. WASHERWOMAt-Rel!able white woman for washing, on Monday. 2337 St. Louis ave. COOK- Icgton. Cooks. First-class cook. Apply 412: Wash- HOUSEGIRL-Good girl for general house work; small family; good home. 1750 Preston place, near Lafayette Park. HOUSEGIRLGood girl to assist with gen eral housework; small family; good wages. Coll at 4324 North Market. HOUSEOIRL Experienced girl for general housework; two In family; seven-room house; good wages. 4236 McPherson. HOUSEGIRL Girl for general housework, without washing and Ironing. 22 Windermere place, one block north of Delmar. COOK AND WAITER First-class; Japanese man wants situation; city or country; good ref erences. GJ 124. Republic DRIVER Experienced driver and collector wants position with laundry or grocery store OJ 147. Republic DRIVER Situation as driver by a strictly temperate younc man; well acquainted la city. T. ATLake. 1243 B. Seventh St. ENGINEER Situation by engineer and draftsman; in or outside work. Henry Grone mann. 1719 Stoddard. ENGINEER, with four rears' experience in the building and operation of eleetrla lighting plants, wants situation. Address Call Box 174. VandaHa. Mo. MACHINIST Wants work la factory: fifteen rears' experience adjusting various machines; references. OJ 145. Republic. PAINTER Situation by a painter and paper hanger. 1114 N. Sixth. PAINTER Situation by first-class house painter: have tools, etc 2714 Gamble. PAINTER. ETC Situation by painter and paper hanger; nonunion. GJ 6. Republic STENOGRAPHER Young man, aged 11. de sires position a sxraocrapner: inree years experience: references. GJ 47. Republic HOUSEGIRLGood girl for general house work; one who can cook; Oermftn preferred; must have good references. GJ 119. Republic HOUSEGIRL Experienced girl for general housework: can go home nights: 820 month; come prepared for work; references required. 253SA. Montgomery. HOUSEWOMAN For general housework In private family. 3417 Franklin. Tbe Trade. - -.- - ..,. ., -,-,. -1-1--,-,1-,-inn.n.rui. GIRLS-Experienced girls on ladles' neck wear: sowing machine hands. Imperial Em broidery Cc. 413 N. Eleventh. COOK Real good cook; also washerwoman. 4511 Cook. COOK Experienced cook; 4523 Llndeil. with references. COOK A good cook, with references. 4316 Mc Pherson ave. Laborers. FIFTY Greeks: company work. 2 hoisting engineers; 33 per day. 6 bridge carpenters: 33 per day. 100 track men: Frisco Railroad; free pass. 2 rock foremen: 25 laborers; 31.75 per day. Universal Labor and Supply Co.. 214 Walnut. FIVE teams for grading; Grand ave. and Robert. John F. McMahon. LABORERS Ten laborers for brick yards; homes for married men. 206 Walnwright bldg. ' LABORERS. ETC. Extra gang of laborers. West: depot and bridge carpenters; dairy hands, 325 and board. Tim 3ulllvan, 22 S. Seventeenth. TEN steam-drill runners, 33.75 day. SO men, extra gangs; 31.50 day. 200 rockraen; North Arkansas; 32 a day. 60 laborers; North and West; 31.75 a day. 5.) teamsters; Jake Hasklna; (1.75 a day; near Kansas City. Extra-gang men; Frisco Company. 10O Austrlans: 31.75 day; all tree pass. DOWNS-S LABOR AGENCY, 4 N. Ninth. COOK Woman or girl to do cooking. Call at once. 4423 Delmar. COOK Good, strong colored woman to cook, wash and iron. 915 Whlttler. COOK Woman cook. 213 N. Thirteenth st. COOK A good cook for small family; good wages. Call at 4324 North Market. COOK Second cook: only first-class people need apply. Call at once. 716 Lucas. COOK, ETC Two girls; one to cook and one for housework. 860 N. Taylor ave. COOK German female cook for small hotel: good wages; good home. 2301 Chouteau. COOK Good cook; must assist In laundry; rood wages: private family. 3691 West Pine. GIRLS Three good llnlngmakers and girls over 16 years of sge. to learn trade. Friedman Bros. Shoe Co.. Jefferson and Madison; Pacific factory. OPERATORS For awnings. N. Sixteenth. Call early, 1107 OPERATORS. ETC. Operators on pants; also finishers- good wages. B. Feldman Pants Mfg. Co.. 613 Washington. OPERATORS And learners on Infanta' silk caps; power machines: rood pay; steady work. IHlmar Mfg. Cc. SlOtf Thomas; TAILOR First-class all-round tailor wishes position In hotel. GJ 1. Republic WORK Young man of good education desires some good position. OJ 131. Republic WORK Situation man from country; wl' uj 11. itc-jooug. by honest, sober young ill work at private place. WORK Honest, reliable young man, handy with tools, wishes position with chance of ad vancement, L. K.. 1410 B. Eleventh. WORK Young man, with good references. employed In hardware store, wishes chance; knowledge of double-entry bookkeeping. O J a. Republic WORK Situation by industrious. Intelligent young man; situation la private family; inside or outside; understands care of atock. GJ 132, Republic WORK An Irishman wants place la private family; care of horses, cows, lawn; careful driver: best cf references; wages small. 5570 Chamberlain. WORK Man cf refined habits, excellent ref erences, wide experience In general office work, at present employed, desires change; can fur nlsh bond. GJ 122. Republic , PRESSERS AND FOLDER Experienced: on ladles' flannelette and muslin underwear. Ster Ilng Mfg. Co.. 1421 Olive, fifth floor. SKIRTMAKERS Fifty makers: steady work all year: experienced skirt rear: rood wj 717-719 Lucas. Progress Mfc. Co. HHiRT-WAIST MAKERS We par the hlgh et prices and have the easiest system: steady work always. Olian Bros.. 117 Lucas. COOK Girl to cook, and wash dishes; no washing: good wages; call at once. 6121 Easton. COOK. ETC Flrst-clasH pastry cook and pot washer. Usona Hotel, Kiel's highway and McPherson. COOKS Two experienced cooks, first-class dinner or short order; second floor. 1419 Chouteau. COOK First-class cook for family of two; wares 320: houseglrl kept In family. Apply, with references, S426 Vernon. KOENIO'S LABOR AttENCY. 612 Walnut st. Established 1375. Conducted on strictly business principles. All work guaranteed as represented. wanted five nunarea laDorers ana team sters for new railroads in Missouri. Illinois, In diana. Ohio and Kansas: free pasa to all. Two hundred laborers for extra gang; rail road company work; money any time: free cess. Farm hands, gardeners, milkers, man for pri vate place, camp cooks, waiters, blacksmiths, etc. It you want work, apply to the oldest, most reliable and responsible labor agency la St. 1"1KOENIO'S LABOR AGENCY. 613 Walnut. POINTER. Tuck pointer. 916 Chestnut. PRESS FEEDER Experienced Job-press feed er. W. P. Burke Printing Cc. 114 Olive. PRESS FEEDER Experienced press feed er: fair wages; board if wanted. 1726 Wash ing, ton. PRSSS FEEDER Pony-press feeder: male or female. Samuel V. Myerson Printing Ca. Third and Chestnut eta. RIVET HEATERS Three strictly first-class rivet heaters. John O'Brien Boiler Works Co.. St. Louis. Mo SALESMEN-Calendar, to handle the adver-H'-Pc calendar line of the Osborne Companr -f ew Yprk: mnst be well educated, experienced and strictly high-class men. with Al references; established trade, exclusive territory and liber al commission. Apply Friday, from 9 to L C M. Miller. St. Nicholas Hotel: WANTED A fir-it-class clear salesman with an established trade for the Indian and Okla homa Territory, by a strictly first-class factorv that also has an established trade In above territory, selllnr to both Jobbing and retail trade: good salary wltl be paid the right man. Address the Blalne-Thompson Co., 14 East Fourth St.. Clnclnatl O. Attests. "----'"--'---' -- --- , r-,i 1- 11 rij-i i-i r n AGENT For a newly patented article: used In every home, or will sell It. 3505 Easton. AOENTS For the sale cf Forester's cham pagne; domestic: and sale of Italian cham pagne. Ralmoadl. 117 N. Main. St. Louis. SAWYER Rip-sawyer; at Marvin Planing Mill, 6300 Ella ave.; take Easton ave.. Olive at., or Suburban cars. SAWYER Rip sawyer; familiar with cotton wood gum, cypress and poplar: who has had experience ripping for grade; jrood wages and steady employment. Address Box 343. Cairo. III. SHEET-IRON WORKER. ETC One first class sheet-Iron worker for heavy wo-k and two boys for helpers: open shop, Joseph F. Wander Boiler and Sheet Iron Works Ca. 1547 N. Ninth. SHOEMAIffiROn repair work: money every night. Charles Dobson, 2518 N. Broadway TEAMS To bnnl brlcki 10 per cent Increase oyer former rate) can nako Pl.CO per day. Apply Ilydraulic l'xess Brlcli Co., Klnc's higliway stud Frisco, Manchester and Sprlnjr, Gra- toIs and CDJppewn. SHOEMAKERS Five custom shoemakers on men's work; 34 per pair on ground work. M. O. Cooney. 8403 Olive. SHOE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION cf St. Louis secures positlors for shoemakers cut of work: no charge. 208 Century building. AOENTS "New Tort's Steamboat Horror." told bv survivors and eye witnesses; 1.100 dei-d: 103 lllustrstions from photographs, about 50t negea HjxlO; -jrlce 31.8); selllnr like "wildfire." best terms, credit given, freight paid. Send 19 rents in stamps for outfit and instructions. KUHLMAN COMPANY. Dept. 4. Chicago. BIG money-maker in Japanese novelties -for July 4. Street venders, 'apply at room 405, Con- trnental Bank building. 411 Olive. ST. LOUIS Button Co.. 415 Lucas ave.. are manufacturers. Jobbers and wholesalers of sou venir World's Fair and campaign novelties la cellclold. aluminum, metal, class and wood. Speoisl designs ta order. Solicitors. SOUCl OR Experienced man to solicit gran itoid sidewalk work. GJ 123. Republic SOLICITOR Man to solicit business for liquor cure. Address Sanitarium. Jerseyviile. 111. SHOEMAKERS' Edge trimmers and heel trimmers; also good boys to learn trade. Fried man Bros, Shoe Co., Jefferson and Madison; Pacific Factory. TURNER AND HELPEROne flrst-eless Csngc turner and helper. John O'Brien Boiler Works Co- St. Lools. He. SOLICITOR Good debit open; none but a bust ler who means business need apply: references required. business 2QS Da Soto building. WHITENERS Two whittners. Call to-day, Gue S. Luench. 1524 N. Sixteenth. WRINOER MAN Colored wringer man. Men arch Laundry. 2719 Franklin ave. Walters. MMvv-,Anv'AA,--eA-iewee(va -.WAITER 607 N. Seventh. WAITER 9 N. Compton, near Laclede. WAITER French or German. Grand Avenue Bakery, Grand ave and Olive. WAITERS, ETC At once, three good watt era and dishwashers. 4300 Laclede. COOK Girl to cook and do general house work; no laundry work: to a competent one good stages will be paid; must furnleh refer ences. Apply to C337 Cates ave. Miscellaneous, VAwinAAwnvirtnwiss-WA CASHIER Young lady cashier: must, be ex perienced. Banner Store, Vandeventer and Olive. SKIRTMAKERS Twenty-five experienced sklrtmakers: steady work sll year: good wages. E. Silverman A Ca. 317 Franklin. SKIRTMAKERS Experienced skirtmakers; Irst das" vrork. jesr around: light machines; pood pay. Apply Kurlaader Bros. & Co.. 23 Washington, sixth floor. Harare. -...--..--.----- - -,-,-,-i-w-fi,, ELDERLY LADY To take care of child and to do light housework; German preferred. Mrs. Bchweppc 1338 Morgan. OIRL Neat girl to care for two children. 2923 Lemp ave NURSEGIRL About 14. to assist In care of child. 6049 West Cabanne. HELP WASTED FEMALE. --,-H-----,- -1- - -----iiii-,-,-,--nrhr-ri,-u-u-u-t Housekeepers. HOUSEKEEPER Woman to take charge of respectable rooming-house: ten rooms; give rtf erenoea and wares. OJ 134. Renobllc LOST AXD FOUND. h-V-JW-rfN-rf1'- WiVWWMIIV-.WWWWV BICYCLE) Stolen, from In front cf 913 Lr.! can, Aaursaay mom-ax, uoiumous cnainiess bicycle Return to 2728 Morgan st. and receive liberal reward. BROOCH Lost, diamond brooch, without pin. In shape of monogram, with Jetiera ' J. K.' lost between t-20 and 6 p. m. on Sarah st- car, between Pine and Olive; reward. 2000 Olive. Doctor Horwltz. BOO Lost, black collie, with, white ruff: an swers name of Bob: liberal reward. 53(6 .Maple. HOU8EKEEPER Woman to do . general housework: permanent position: prefer help that can go home nights; call before noon Friday: referencea required, family of two. MM Page boulevard. HOUSEKEEPERS. We pay cash for trading stamps. 118 Hol land building. atenocraphers. STENOGRAPHER-Younc ladv stenorrapher- also to assist In general office work; small sal. cry to start. GJ 129. Republic STENOGRAPHERS Young lady stenogra phers; experienced: grain. 310: drugs, 310; whole sale. 37. Leigh Bros.. Century. SHORTHAND. DAT AND NIGHT. OPEN ALL SUMMER. JONES HENDERSON BUSINESS 001 LEGE. GRAND AVE. AND WINDSOR PLACE (OPPOSITE HIOH SCHOOL). Dey-Three months 825r one month CO- Night 33 Ter month. NURSE Woman ta take care of children and assist In housework. 6633 Clemens. NURSE To assist with upstairs work; good wagea: take Delmar or Suburban cars. 4379 Fountain. NURSE Experienced, settled nurse; capable of taking entire charge of baby and assist with two older children; good wages, 3741 Laclede. fTf a f TIp-TJXr ATTV TC9, Htln.fct r.'.l fn. n4m ber work; good wares. 4133 Morgan. DINING-ROOM GIRL-GIrl to help In dlnlng room and kitchen. Immediately. 16ul S. Ninth. DISHWASHER Woman dishwasher. -70S N. Seventh. WAITERS-Colored waiters. Clancy Cafe, Unlcn ave. and Suburban tracks, downstairs. WAITERS six cafe waiters: black coats and vests. Christian Endeavor Hotel: Market at. car. WAITERS. ETC. Two arm waiters; right cook sad man to run lunch car. Market. one 1504 Stenom-aphers. yVMVMVVNVM'VWVWV VVAMTED Fourteen rJrat-olass boll ermakers and seven llrst-cloas help ers. Hlirheat wanes. Steady work. JOHN O'BRIEN BOILER. WORKS COM PANY. St. Louts. Ho. MIscrllsuieoms. BUTLER, ETC Experienced butler snd chef to serve in private nouse during worlds fair; ivate rien state are. experience, references and salarv ex. pected. OJ 8. Republic BIJSrSESS WANTED. A. MILLER, wall-paper store, 1209 Frank lin ave.: wall paper, room complete, for 83.59; please rend postal. AMERICAN Shoe Repairing Co.. repairs your shoes while you wslt: sewed soles and heels, TSc; open evenings. 355 Market. BICKELHAUPT BROS., commercial and so ciety printers; latest styles, latest designs. 203 N. Second st. Phons Main 503A. LET us tell you how we can get a buyer for your business quicker than anyone elsei write, telephone or call. WORLD'S PAIR BROKXRAOB CO.. B 1437. 908 Chestnut. ROOMS papered from 33.U up; material fur nished; mall orders solicited. Stem. IMS Mar fan st. DISHWASHERS Two dishwashers. Bon Ton Restaurant. 4483 Finney. DON'T work for others: be your own boss; learn the real estate business and start la for yourself. We make you our special representa tive and teach you the business by mall. Ws furnish large list of salable property and assist you to earn from n.coo to 15.000 ajmuaitv , Write for free booklet and particulars. H. W. .. . g . ... .MW.rf UMWtWfc. .fc DRIVER A boy horse. 33t Olive. to drive and look after aiu.uujuvrnbiui iuuiiwu, fw, mia. v, machinery. ISO; commission, 340. Leigh Bros., Century. STENOGRAPHER Stenographer and general office assistant, with knowledge of bookkeeping; state age. experience and about salary wanted. GJ 141. Republic , DRIVER Good steady man to drive team for city, at once. Apply at stable, ties Page ave. DISHWASHER A woman dishwasher: 8204 Olive. DI H WASHER 35 week; board and room; one willing work. 2323 N. Broadway. DISHWASHER No Sunday work; experl enced. Old Kentucky Restaurant. 1115 Locust. DISKWASHER-Good woman or girl for dishwasher and kltehen work; German pre ferred. Miller. 1111 Union ave. DISHWASHER Good man to wash dishes and assist cook (night); good pay. Delmar Loop Pavilion, main entrance World's Fair. GIRLS Gins over 11 yars u pick nuts. (13 N. Second. OIRL To work In restaurant and bakery. Call 4133 Finney. GIRLS To uo light work: good wages; steady work. 323 N. Main. WOMAN To take cars of lady in confine. ment. and two children. 1623 N. LefflngweiL Clerlus rusd Collectors. 'Nsssas1,sSm,,s,i,aSBaBlassaiayisaBa , CASinERS-Competent. experienced young la dles: 36. 33; cashier and bookkeeper, 38, 810. Leigh Bros., 1003 Century -building. CLERK Girl as clerk In laundrr office. N. Grand ave. SALESLADIES Experienced dry goods sales ladies. Grace. 4203 Easton ave. SALESLADIES Good position. Call at once. No agency. salaries; .permanent 618 Holland building. SALESLADIES Experienced salesladies, for various departments. Banner Store, Vandeven ter and OUve. GIRLS To tend to booths. Louis tin Pike: Mrs. Maltbie. Inquire Old Bt. LADIES Steady borne work, transferring; 15 to 315 weeitly? 721 Olive, room 421. WANTED Recruits ft- tne U. B. Marina Corps, able-bodied unmarried men. between 31 and 35. good character: must speak. CTAd sad write English: marines zav at sea on men-of-war in all parte of the world, on lead la our Island possessions, and at naval stations in United States. Apply Recruiting Office. Post Ifflce bldg.. Eighth and Olive eta. St. Louis. Bookkeepers. BOOKKEEPER Experienced and reliable bookkeeper and office clerk in real estate of fice. 8. J. Steger, 235 Colllnsvllie ave.. East St. Louis. The) Traaea. BAKER-Thlrd hand baker. 1133 S. Eight eenth st IIVB assistant vegetable cooks: World's Fair. 10 handy men: World's Fair: 325. 830; board. IT nonunion carpenters: 30c 3So hour. It bellboys: Inside and outside World's Fair. 15 colored waiters; busboys: World's Fair. Floormea, bammen and hostlers: steady work. Busboys and blllard-hall men; 325; board. SO waiters: WorU's Fair, city hotels, cafes. cooks' helpers; World's Fair: 87. 3J8 week. 2 milkers; same farm: 325 month: steady. 4 housemen; 320. 825 month:' room, board. M bridge carpenters; 8L75. 3175 day. 10 handy factory laborers; 310, 313 week. 100 laborers: teamsters; R. I., West; pasa iOO laborers, teamsters; Colo. R. R., West. All people out of work, call on the oldest and largest employment office In St Louis. National Employment Co.. 113-115 N. Sixth at. STRANOERS coming to city will Sad cool, resting, amusement place; bowling billiards and pool. National, till Laclede; Max Better, manager. TO visiting merchants leave your orders for eleetrla time with Hushes Electric Bunt Co.. 404U N. Tenth, near Locust. PARTNERS WA11TED. PARTNER to menace ftnt.elaa restaurant- 309 a Seventh st. PARTNER Active business man with 32,000; salesman preferred. GJ 130. Republic. PARTNER In woodworking manufacturing business: rood proposition to right party. GI PARTNER for established business rocd- eaylng proposition: small investment: must be orummer. liJ us. JtepuDiia FLOORMAN 1917 8 Jefferson. HELP for the World's Fair grounds: all those seeking employment call on the largest and only (Incorporated) employment bureau in St. Louis. American Business Bureau. 919 Olive. BAKER Good baker; sober sad steady. Bally, lail Park ave. , GIRLS-Glrls over 14 year old. St. Louis Paper Box Co.. Twenty-first and Randolph. GIRLS On power machine and hand sewing. Novelty Belt Manufacturlnir Co., 1006 Locust, second floor. QIRLS Two girls: one to wash dishes, one for kitchen, in restaurant: 85 week and room. 4958 Delmar ave. GIRLS between 17 and 20 years old, erate telephone board: experience not sary. FM 60. Republic " to op- aeces- GIRLS Small girls in the mailing depart ment; experience not necessary. Room 415 Ful lerton building. Seventh and Pine. KITCHEN OIRL 607 N. Seventh. FOB Lost. Mondar night at West Presby terian Church, cold fob of intertwined links, 1 K -lights. Xsmslar charm -attached: 81 reward and c oueotleat staked. 8 So traUdlng. I CHEAP SmiMER RATES NOT" ON, ST. LOUIS, Tenth and Olive; Kansas, City, Port Scott, Little Rock. Inc. 3300.000. In dorsed by business men. Draughon's diploma represents la business circles west Tale's and Harvard's represent in literary circles. Hay pay tuition out of salary after course Is com Sleted and position la secured. Schools la eleven tatea, call cr send fcr catalogue. M v s o e e K DAiiLiAui-ror an departments. 4, Apply SCHAPER BROSw s joroaaway ana Franklin. 4 B4'aovivB t Brcasasakcra and Beanstresses, eN- iw,''v., . DRESSMAKER, ETC Dressmaker and help er. 1701 Belle Glade. GIRLS Machine girls to sew on pants: pay. Call at once, 1713 Chippewa. good GIRLS Experienced girls to sew vests; also beaters and girls to learn. 33lt Lemp ave. SEAMSTRESS Por macnlne work. Sixteenth st- HOT 2. STITCHER For Swies embroidery machine: must, have some knowledge of designing. 1m perlsj. Embroidery Co- 413 N. ElrrenthT KITCHEN GIRL AND DISIIWASHER-56J6 Delmar. Tbe Cabanne Cafe. LADY Experienced young lady for dairy lunch and Ice cream parlor. 2357 Thomas. LADIES Home employment; 34. 316 weekly: material delivered: tools free. 403 Holland Bldg. LADIES To have their hair dressed free. Shampoo 15c. Hours, 19 a. m. to 4 p. m. Me ier's. 1130 Pine. BAKE.R Good all-round baker: steady posi tion to good man. Minerva Bakery, 5v99 Minerva. BARBER Union man; 313 per week. 302 N. Broadway. BARBER 1724 Market. BARBER For Siturday and Sunday. S. Jefferson. 3341 BARBER 8 B. Ewlng ave. BARBER At once. 611 Arsenal. BARBER Call 1513 Franklin ave. BARBER Good barber. 6115 Easton. BARBER For Saturday and Sunday; 35 guar anteed. 1723 S. Broadway. HELPER la bake shop. Chas. Rabmaa, 4311 Olive. HELPER Experienced wagon blacksmith helper. 2103 N. Broadway. HOSTLER At 4033 Easton ave. anSuKLLA.tEOCS WAITS. GOOD secondhand total adder cash regtstrr for bar. Hamilton Hotel. MATTRESS making: feather renovating: wholesale & retail dealers feathers. 319 Finney. STAMPS, new and used; coins, curios, auto graphs. Canadian money bought and sold, St. Louis Slams and Cola Co.. Ill N. Eleventh. MJOQ Old Itlti Waif tHi wttck cuts, tkilat tat BlictlUniaat Jtm tlrr. J. A. BRI'CE A. CO Room ai St. Louis Star Bldg- 12th aad Olive. MACHINERY FOR SALE. VeMMeevewewwmvwwwwee'veMWM ONE two-drum 30 "Far" gander; can be seeen running. 2300 podler. HOSTLER Man to take care of horse and to workaround house: good wages. 1123 B. Fourth. HOUSEMAN Missouri House. 103 S. Seventh rt HOUSEMAN At once, good house aad dining room man; good wagea 4190 West Belle. JANITORS. 860; watchmen: firemen: oilers: also general factory help. American. 319 Olive. LUNCH MAN, ETC Lunehman. cook and lady waitresses; good wages. J, D. Budd, 630Z Easton. MAN Young man Grand. In meat shop. 4053 N. MAN For kitchen In restaurant, mar boulevard. K39 Del- BARBER Guarantee 36; come ready; bring tools. 6803 Old Manchester. , BARBER Good barber for Saturday and Sun day: 35. 1115 S. Jeftsrsoa. LADY Reception lady in photo studio: ex perienced one. understanding retourhlnsr and de veloplng: references. Apply-613 Olive, LADY Young lady to work In cigar, soda fountain and candy store; one experienced, in cigars preferred. Applr Longmlre, Seventh and Market. OFFICE GIRLS, ETC Experienced office girls who understand double-entry bookkeeping, etc. and all kinds of laundry help. Imperial Lcundry. iaff-U Chooteaa. PANTRY GIRLS Two pantry girls, tlaa Endeavor Hotel! Market ft. car. Chrlj- BARBER-Saturdar and Sunday. Call 1241 Missouri ave.. East Bt. Lools. BARBER Good union barber Saturday aad Sunday. 423 N. Twenty-second at. BARBER A rood barber for Saturday and Sunday: 53 guaranteed. 3213 Park. BARBER First-class barber for Saturday and Sunday: 33 guaranteed. 2003 Franklin. BARBER Good barber for Saturday and Sunday: 35 guaranteed. 1214 Franklin. BAKBER First-class barber, at once; 31 and board guaranteed. 2504 N. Eleventh st. BARBER For Saturday and Sunday: 15 guar anteed. TiK Euclid arc: tare Delmar car. BARBER Good barber for Saturdayand Sun day: 31.50 guaranteed; steady IX suited, son EtuVtODt MAN To work in restaurant. Apply Hinds & Pattlson. Venice. BU MAN Young man for driving and helping la store: corner. 4300 Laclede. DYNAMOS aad motors, au styles aad volt age, far sals or rent; ws tray electrical ma-chiaarr- Rosaitar-MacGovem Blecrteai Co.. .... ,fa .MJ , UM1 .IMP. BUIWyi. TURE3 tanks, a foot ( racbe diameter: 6, U and 24 feet long; one 36x18 feet horlxontal tubular boiler, with all fixtures, almost new; one 36xl9-foot tubular boiler, suitable for low pressure: one Slxll-foot downdraft boiler, com plete; one 72x20-foot downdraft boiler, com plete (new): two 60xl8-foot boilers,, with down draft attachment. These boilers are second band, but are now In use, carrying 110 pounds of steam. One 15-horse-power fire-box boiler; win carry SO pounds of steam; also flrs-front STate, bars snd all kinds of boiler fixtures. Downdraft Boiler and Machinery Ca. Tweaty thlrd and Fapla sts. SecBB.haw. StiSR Puips corner -e.ignia ana usrE ave. SvT. W. MAN Good huetlerr good pay. Call before 10 o'clock Friday, ill! Franklin. MAN Good, honest, aober man to work In grocery and saloon.. 1238 Morgan. MAN To help around house and attend to cow and horses. 1553 B. Broadway. MAN Elderly man to take care of horse and wash dishes. 3T 3. Broadway. MAN Young man to take visitors to oar ho- fcwt. vn, a m- w.. wj . Awcirin. MAN Foe the cenlen. at r-imirH n.- Cherokee and Iowa avas. Call after 11 a, m. MAN-Man to work about house and yard; must have references. QJ nt. Republic WANTED. licensed hotel runner to solicit business at dsx a conrmUalon. Apply tot Maple ave, "TYPEWRITERS. For Sale, a1sasmaatiaa,,saeMSaaaaiaasaaSsassa sssess'sSasa, . REMINGTON, Smith typewriters, 32S; Others, fW; new Underwoods, 854; rentals, two months, 95. St. Louis Typewriter Exchange. 819 Olive. . TOUR selection or the largest stock of sllget ly used and secondhand typewlters ta tbe eountrv. ftTanitirri makes cnaxWAteed far OH year: sold and rented everrwherei send for bargain and rental rate card. The Typewriter tsxeaange. zog 2s. liinin St.. ot. aauu. ypewr! . MO. BICYCLES. Wanted. Vyvvwwwwwe'Vewew A LADY'S blcrcle: must be cheap and is rood condition. 427 West Bslle. For Sale. mvMvweww,iwwyv BICYCLE Bargains To redoce our etscK rior to removal, we will sell our wheels cheap, organ Hardier, Wi OUve it.