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THE ST. LOUIS KEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY o 1004. II I! ' U r- M FINANCIAL f f Savings Accounts Opened on or before the 5th of any month bear in terest from the 1st of that month. Start an account at once and have your money work for you. 1 f 3 on Savings Accounts. i NOTICE. Monday, July -4th, being a legal holiday, our Saving Department will be open till 8 p. m. on TUESDAY, JULY Sth. i minimi .(jMMQMraTRiisri NE.ffiBwH)iivB AUMS INTEREST ON mm Transacts A General Financial TrustBusiness '11 QiTMjomws Hm95 ,500,000 . Sssssssssssssssssasssssss Wro, C. Little, Prest.; Prank P. Hays. V. Prest,; IL J Little. 2d V. Prest,: Aldea H. Little. BT.: Blrney Dysart, Treas. LITTLE & HAYS INVESTMENT COMPANY. 303 NORTH FOURTH ST. FINANCIAL DE FOREST Wireless Telegraph Stock at attractive price AVI LI. C. TURNER, Hanker, M NASSAU ST.. Jf. Xi 6 MONTHS FREE. If you an Interested In minis enterprises of any kind, eend us your name aaa recelre FREE lor six months our Bulletin and Mining News. It Is bright, up to date, aid contain Informa tion obtained direct fro-si all mining centers. A post-card will do. KATE DE WOLF & CO.. M.a..n t. New yorfc. THE MARKETS. All domestic exchaneres were closed yesterday. No regular quotations were, made on grain, stocks or' provisions. "The Bargain Hunters" On Hundred Dollars given away. See large Ad, Pago , Part II. to-day, and look out ? for the Bargain Advertise v ment of MILLS & AVERILL In The Republlo next Wednesday morning. STATEMENT OF DANK AVERAGES. t. stfeatare of Week la the Failure to ' i Befleet Gain In Cash. Ifew York. July X Th tatmnt of avsr aires of the cJearlE-coue bank of this city far. the week shows: Loans $1,073,031,500. In crease tt.IU.30l: deposits l,UiM.lOO, Increase t,tT4.1DI. circulation SO.SO9.60Q, Increase J23. Wt; lel tenders e4.So.700. Increase ILOW.SOO: peels 133.171,800. decrease W6.60O; resenr pM,K3,tci0. lnoreass 171,300: reserve required $151247.100. Increase J2.tls.t7S: surplus $10,10, 200, decrease tt.3ff.tTS: United States deposits I1LM1.S60. increase t2.tn.TB. The- Financier this week says: Tha strHdns feature of the official statement of the New Tork associated banks last week wsa Its fail ure fully to reflect the coin In cash which was estimated on a basis of the traceable move ments of money during the wee, the esti mates indicating an Increase of t7.MJ.800. while the gala, as shown by the bank returns, was only 471.100. Considering the fact, however, that t be -total cash mads a new hlrh record, the smaller gain la this Item compared with the estimate la not Important. The discrepancy of t7.tU.600 between the actual and the estimated gala seems to hav been due to specially large payments by one of the banks. loam were, as rssarexpected. Increased, and the expansion of SLZ1S,300 In tnis item carries tne total 10 wun-IsrvxxtgT-lQO of tha Mshest on record. The ln- crsasr last week was most likely due to loans ctFfunds early In the week, which had been deposited preparatory to the disbursement of July Interest and dividends and also to syndi cate borrowlna. The deposits were Increased by t3.C74.700. or t?4,40t) greater than the sum of the expansion In loans and the rain In cash; therefore, the statement was technically out of proof. The required reserve was increased $2,418,678. de ducting from which the gain In cash left C 47,375 as the decrease In surplus reserve to t 106,100. Computed upon the bails of de posits, lees those of t2t.24S.cao publls funds, the surplus was IU.916.f50. circulation was In creased $239.50. making a gals in this item of t3.2O3.f0O slues May 14. It may be noted that the public deposits have been reduced t32.STt.10O since the end of April, chiefly the result of the surrenders of those funds which were specially held on Panama Canal account "aaa of subiequsnt withdrawal In response to Treasury calls. The dally average of bank clearings for the week was $205,000,000, against $176,000,000 in the previous week. This increase partly reflects operations In connection with preparations for the half-yearly interest and dividend rayrrents. The clearings on Saturday, ret-resentlng Friday's business, were $290,810. 06J.'or considerably above the dally average. Comparisons of loans show that seven bank gained tS.3M.oro net. Eight banks decreased cash by (400,001 net. and the reduction In the case of at least one bank was quite Im portant. - gv Shipment of Specie. , Task. Jab- . "Exporta Of specie from S B-B-O ibbbsbT sfssv DEALERS IX FIRST-CLASS BONDS New Tork for the week (Ave days) were $599 tot sliver. 831.300 (told. Imports of eoede at New Tork during the week (live days) were $38,104 gold and $i.SS2 Hirer. Bar Silver. London. July J, Bar str-t-r-ftarv 210. "Ddmestfb Exchange. Reported by Whltaker & Co. exchange bro kers. No. tQO North Fourth street. Mid. Asked. New Tork 60c prera tie prem Chicago 20c prem 25o prem Cincinnati ....... 10c dls par Loulsvillo ........ ....10a dls par New Orleans 10c dls par Week's llanlc Clearing:. Yesterday's clearing-house statement showed clearing. 17,207,030; balances, 1833,48s. Clear ings for the week were 146.420,484. Treasury Statement. New Tork. July 2. Money on call nominal; no loans: time loans nominal: 60 days and 90 days 2e:s per cent: 6 months 3V.63V4 per cent. Mercantile caper SHtTt ter cent. Sterling" ex change nominal, with actual business In bank ers1 bills at $4.8710S4.871S for demand, and at 4.S523C4.8510 for 60-Say bills: posted rates II. 65 and 4.88; commercial bills 4.8512$. LOCAL MORTUARY REPORT SHOWS' LITTLE PNEUMONIA. Only "Vhlrteen Deaths From the DIs ' .ue Occur In St. Lonls In the Lnat Two Weeks. OS LOCAL REPORT OF s DEATHS AND BIRTHS. s Deaths from pneumonia last week. s 7, being 1 more than the previous 4 tveek. Total deaths last week. 173, as s 4 against 1S8 the preceding: week. 4) s Two hundred and sixty-eight 4 births last week. 35 more than the 4 week before. s s Deaths from accident last week, 8. 4 Deaths from consumption last week, 17. 4 Eight suicides and 1 homicide last , week. 4 Seven cases of typhoid fever last 4 week, with 2 deaths. Seven deaths from pneumonia occurred In St. Louis last week, being one more than the previous week. The total number of deaths In St. Louis last week was 173. as against 1SS tha pre ceding week. Two hundred and sixty-eight births were reported at the Health Department last week, being thlrty-slz more than the week The causes of death Qast week were: Puerperal fever. 1; pyaemia and septicae mia. 3; alcoholism, i; cancer and malig nant tumor, 6; marasmus-tabes, mesen terica and scrofula. 6; rheumatism, 3; other constitutional diseases; 1: bronchitis, 8; other diseases of the respiratory or gans, l; meningitis and encephalitis, 1: heart stroke. 20; apoplexy, 1; other dis eases of the brain and nervous system, G; cirrhosis of liver and hepatitis, 3; en teritis, gastroenteritis, peritonitis and gas tritis, 20; Bright's disease and nephritis, 6; other diseases of the urinary organs, 6; other local diseases. 3; inanition, 1; pre mature birth. 1; senility. 11: surgical op erations, 2; suicide, 8; homicide, 1; acci dent. 8. - Thlrty-nlno were under 1 year, 15 be tween 1 and E years and 47 over w years. Two cases of smallpox were reported last week, with no deaths; diphtheria, 15 cases, 6 deaths; croup, 1 case, not fatal; scarlatina. 5 cases, no deaths; typhoid fever. 7 cases. 2 deaths; measles, IS cases, 2 deaths; whooping cough, 2 cases, no deaths; consumption. 17 cases, all fatal. NO CHEERS FOR ROOSEVELT. Republican Nominee Given Cold Reception at Jersey City. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. July 2. On his way to Oyster Bay President Roosevelt passed through this city this afternoon, going directly from the Pennsylvania ferry to Long Is land City. The President came from Washington on his special car, the May flower, attached to a regular train on the Pennsylvania Railroad. His arrival at Oyster Bay will complete the family circle at the Roosevelt summer residence. There was very "ttle enthusiasm as the President passed tnroua-h this city. As he came down on the elevator to the" ground floor at the station In Jersey City a. man with a megaphone In the crowd gathered there called for three cheers for President Roosevelt. There was no response. IT SELLS WEST END PROPERTY Millionaire Brewer's Agents Dis pose of Lots at Delniar and King's Highway. PRICE IS ABOUT $61,000. Purchasers Will Erect Store and Flat Buildings on the Ground Sale of Lindell Bou levard Lot. A large sale of West End vacant ground In which thero has been considerable deal ing of late, was reported yesterday in the purchase of the southwest corner of King's highway and Delmar houleard from Ellis Walnn right to Simon Van Raalto and others. The tract hag a frontage of 710 feet on Delmar avenuo and a depth along King's highway of 110 feet. Tho salo was made through the Wciscls-Gcrliart Ilcaltj- Com pany, with ono of Mr. Woinwriglit's agents here. Mr. Walnn right lmIng been abroad for some time. Tho ground is considered among the choicest vacant tracts in tho district and several buyers have been bidding for the purchase lately. The price paid is sup posed to havo been $61,000, although pai tles Interested decline to ghc figures. It Is known that Mr. Wain v, right has con sidered favorably recently a price close to this ligute for tho ground. Tho purchasers bought for investment and Improvement and plans are now being considered for tho erection of stores and Hats on a porUon of tho ground. Inter ested with Mr. Van llaalto In the pur chase are John iloore of tho General Firo Extinguisher Company and C. C. -unun, mo uunuer, all of whom havo been extensive buyers of unimpro ed prop erty In the district and havo Ken ery successful In such investments. Another purchase of vacint ground by Mr. Van Raalte last week was that of the southwest corner of Lindell boulevard and Vandevcnter avenue, fronting 100 feet on Lindell by a depth of 213 feet on Van deventcr avenue. The ground was taken by Mr. Van ltaalte on a valuation of $3u, 000 on a trado with Henry H. Wagoner through the Wcisels-Gcrhart Agency. Mr. Wagoner received tho four ten-room dwellings. Nos. 4159-67 Lindell boulevard, lot 100x13. at a value of J55,C10, paying the cash difference in values. Mr. Wagoner intends building four flat apartments on the north forty-eight feet of the Lindell avenue ground. Several other good sales were made dur ing the week of vacant giound In the West End for building purposes, and sev eral agents aro finding their lists of this class of property nearly exhausted. SEW BUILDING FOR PINE STREET. Work Commenced on Christian Pnb Usttlmj Company's Structure. Work has been (started on a three-story building for tho Christian Publishing Company nt No. 2710 IJine street, to be occupied by that firm as a general oince and publishing house. The building will be of plain brick con struction, with a frontage of 75x131 feet, Tho ofllces and stationery department w 111 occupy lie front and a press-room tho rear of the first flocr. Editorial and com posing room are piovlded for on the sec ond floor, while the top floor will bo used for a stock-room. The new building will cost 122.000 and was designed by Guy Grandall Mariner, the architect. Contracts call for eqnlplo tion of the building by November L The company has had headijuirters for several years at No. Iu22 Lasust street. Real Estate Notes. Transfers for the month of June num bered SM and. aggregated S2,K2,3SC Seven hundred and fifteen deeds of trust were filed for record during tho same period.' omouting to J18.60S,323. This In chidsa a $16,000.0000 bond mortgage filed by the St Louis, Memphis and Southeast ern Railroad. The Mercantile Trust Company filed papers during tho week of J75.0W loan cov ering a piece of property in the Cupplcs group. The rate of interest was 4". per cent and the term flvo years. This" is a low rate of Interest and slightly less than the genorally quoted market rate. The title department of tho Missouri Trust Company will be removed next week to No. 804 Chestnut street, the of fices for many years occupied by tho Leon I Hull Real Estate Company. Mr. Hull's offices have been removed to rooms on the second floor of the sarno building. Weekly Statement. REAL ESTATE TRANSrERS. No. Amount. Last week 212 J G0C.33G Previous week 200 912,051 DEEDS OF TRUST. Last week IE; 670.187 Previous week 172 1CC75.924 More Ground for Colletre Campus. Ground for contemplated extensions to Mary Institute has been purchased through the Mercantile Trust Company by Chancellor Chaplin and Robert S. Brookings, representing the Washington University board. The ground fronts t feet on Westmin ster place by a depth of 175 feet nnd ad joins the present slto of Mary Institute on the west, giving the school an aggre gate frontage of 211 feet on McPherson and Westminster avenues and 373 feet on Lake avenue. The property was bought of Frederick C. Bonsack for $6,325. AGENTS REPORTS. Mlsslaatppt Valley Trust Company. The real estate department of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company reports a very good week s business, and that the demand for real estate continues. Among the week's sales aro the following: Northwest comer of Main and Vine streets: from Dradford Shlnkle of Covington. Ky.. to the Hesse Envelope Company for 327,500. This Sroperty fronts 37 feet on Main street by a epth on Vine street of 101 feet. The Improve ments consist of a substantial four-story brick building. The Hesse Rnvelope company hive outgrown their present quarters, at 123 Locut street, and make this purchase to accommodate their Increasing printing business, and will at once make extensive alterations and Improve ments in tnelr new purchase by Installing elec tric elevators and a modern heating plant. The seller was represented by the Matthews Real Estate Company. Northwest corner or Third and Morgan streets: from the O'Fallon estate to Fred Ble ser for $50,000. This property fronts 119 feet on Morgan street by 87 feet 6 inches on Third street. The Improvements const-t cf one-story buildings, occupied as stores. Mr. Bleser will very shortly Improve this property by the erec tion of a modern stone and brick bulldlrg The two-story flat building, Nos. 3438 and 3440 Ohio avenue: from Victor Dueslng to Louis Keuckens for $5 000. Mr. Keuckens made this purchase for an Investment. Sold flat building Nos. 1E1S and 1520 Deer street; from Mrs. Nellie IL Pierce to Louis Kuehner for $3,(35. Mr. Kuehner bought for an Investment. The Mississippi Valley Trust Company is erecting for the owners at Page Avenuo Heights five two-story brick residences, three of which are nearlng completion. During the past week they disposed of two. cne situated on lot 17 in block 6, to Elmer Shepherd for $3,000; the other, located on lot 6 In block 1, was sold to Jessie H Wheeler for $3,000. At South Overland Park, In St. Louis County, they report tho sale of lot 11. In block 12, with the Improvements thereon, which consist of a one-and-one-half-story six-room house: from Mrs. Ellen Hassard to Edwin S. Hedges for $1,600. Bold 100 feet on the south side of Smiley avenue. 200 feet east of Ivanhoe avenue, in city block 4632; from Mrs. Msry F. Scanlan to the Board of Education for $2,000. This property will be used for an addition to the Ivanhoe School. Twenty-flve feet on the south side of Allen avenue, & part of lot 11. In city block 1309: from E. H. Borovicka to Sebastian ltachchuber for $812.50. It Is understood that Mr. Rachhuber will Immediately Improve this property by the erection of a residence. Sold fifty feet on the south side of Botanical avenue, 212 feet east of Lawrence avenue, from Louis Kuehner to Mrs. Nellie N. Pierce for $1,500 Sold eighty feet on Bartmer avenue from Mary C. O. Miller to Hattle Wilkinson for 13. 600 The purchaser was represented by Keeley Co. Sold twenty feet on Goodfellow avenue, city block JS23: from Mary C. . Miller to Eliza beth F. Furlong for $800. The purchaser was represented by the Commonwealth Trust Com- P"n5r SUBDIVISION SALES. Curler the past week twenty-three lot have WAINWRIGf lioen sold In tho various subdivisions at present betnc liondUd bv tho real estate department of tho Mississippi Valley Trust Company. Tho salo held at McNamee Heights Saturday and Sunday last- winds up the serieR of olKht sKM:lal sales held this spring season, and an agKi-emte of oer S220.OOO worth of acant ground, within and Immediately adjolrlng tho. city limits nas b.i.n disposed of by this com pany during tho past three months at theso sales. A ery largo proportion of this ground has been purchased bv pooplo who Intend to Improve their properties in the near future. Tho list of sales follows: GItEENWOOD. Lot G In block 20. fronting CO feet on the north sldft of Manhattan aenuc, to Louis A. Elmanoff: 8Co0 I.ot 21 In block 27. fronting 60 feet on the south side of Commonwealth avenue, to M. D Ellis; JCCr Tort of lots 3 and 4, In block , SO feet on the north side of Manhattan aenue, to Mary 1 Anderson: Ji'JO. Lot C. In block 31. fronting 92 feet on th north eido of Cambridge aenuo. to George llailey; SJ60. lot 2. In Work 32, fronting W feet on th north side, of Oxford at-nue. to Casper Hen Uerer; 325. Ixit IS. In block 32. fronting 60 feet n tho south si Jo of CumbrJdgu aenue, to CasiMjr Itcnderer, S4vQ. CHOUTEAU PLACE. Mt 9 and tho patera Z. feet of lot 8. In blotk 3C74. fronting 30 feet north side Kennerly acnuc, to Andrew .1 Crommle. Jr ; S6W PAUI1 AVENUE IIEIGHTN. It 12. In block . fronting CO feit on south slda of Derby uenuc, to Charles L. Hodge; twO. Lot 2, In block 10. fronting 102 feet on south sM of llobart aenue, to Emma Clenlenlng; 11ARNET HEIGHTS. Lot 10. In city Work E0S1, fronting E0 feet on north tido of Ueraldlno aenue, to Charlts D. lJOton; $375. McNAMEE HEIGHTS. Lots 10 ard 11, In block 2. fronting CO feet on tho north line of Allison aienuc. to John J. Goetz. tQ. Lots 20 and 31, In block 1, fronting W feet on tho uouth line of Allison atenuc, to Lena llrlnk schulte; JGoo. Lot 57, In block 3. fronting 21 feet on south line of luter umiiuc, to Lit Clabea. J.'Stl. I-)t 25. In block 1. fronting 5 feet on the south lino of Allison avenue, to Otlea O'Connor; S2W. I-ots 3S and 37, In block 2, fronting 2 feet on tho north line of Allison avenue, to James llson, S553 Lots 2S and 25. In block I, fronting r.O feet on south lino of Allison atenue, to Groigo W. Walker. 5v00 Lota 2S and 29. In bloek 3. fronting 1J feet on tho north line of Stanley acnue. to Nicho las L. Meston. 56l). Lot 41, In block 2. fronting 23 feet on tho south line of fclanley utnuc. to William Laiwo. 32:0. AmlTsoii-Miekc Ilcnlty Company. Tho Anderson-Stocko Realty Company report tho following sales. bold for Johu lCalccr No. 4163 Elmbanc ave nue, two llats of four and live rooms, jot 25. 130; for $T,Ou0. to William J. Jones, who was represented by the Corter-Cowen-Lvers Realty Companj. Hold for Eva M Guy to O-car Neuhaus, No. Ill- Walton avenuo. two-story live-room frame dwelling, lot 4(7X13; for Sl.Sivl bold for Catherine M. O Powers to Johi Rip per. No. 64Jj Michigan avtnue, two-story seven room brick dwelling, lot t3130. for 83.1. bold for Edwin Gluss, No. 2929 Madlaon street, four-room brick dwelling, lot wxli, $,5V0. bold for Charles M Wathcn to William M. Guy. No. 3635 and 3'J7 Dodler street, four flats of three rooms earli. bringing an lncoino of taw jeany. iox .".ixiw, lur n,w bold for Jo'in Hrn to John V. McCIur. lOOx 150 fm on tho north side cf fat. Louis avenue, between Magnolia Terrace and Com avenuo; for $2,31.0. lloynl In-v cstment P. R II. Davis, president vestment Company, reports Company. of the Roval In the s-ile f a lot rb Clara Avenue in tnelr subdivision Known Heights, having a front of 25 side of Easton avenue; from ment Company to Frank R. foot. Mr. Covert bought for s now building a grain and premises. feet on the north the lUoal Invest Covert. for $45 a Improvement and feed store on tho Rlce-Uvvycr R. E. Co. The Rlce-Dwyer Rfnl Estate Company reports having clorcd salo of No. 51S3 Ravmond avenue, a modern ten-room brick residence, lot 6K127; from James A beddon of Chicago to C N. Jewctt for D.t.0. The John S. Blake & Bro. Agency represented Mr Jowett. 2o. S633 Garfield avenue, a two-story seven room brick residence on lot 25x120. from a client to Charles P. Madsen for $4,od). Clinrle-i I". Vcts-el. Chas F. Vogel reports the following rt-iles: No. 122C Aubert avenue a two-story, Hlate roof brick dwelling, containing six rooms, Utth and cemented cellar: 30x170; for 3.8(J. from Gunnerlus bchou to Albert J. Francis, who bought for a home. No. 4118 Fair avenue, a one and one-hnlf elory frame cottago, with three rooms an! nt tlc. Inrg stable: lot 23x132 feet: sold for $1, 100; from Thomas nnd Elizabeth Carter to William and Anna Rlssmann, who bought for a home. No. 3267 Regal place, a one-story frame dwell ing, containing three rooms and cellar; lot ,j am. for $1,075; from Loulra Real Estate and Investment Company to Adolphlne Kratz, who bought for a home. Lot 50x150 feet on the north lln of Tlr'odo sla avenue, between Academy avenue and Unlou ,luulvarJ.,.f"r-.lT0. from Gregory Vw Nesrelhauf to Frank Ehrenbcrg. who bougnf to Improve. . .. m .. , Lot 50x111 feet on the west siJe of Regal place, between Scanlon and Fyler avenues, for S4J0- from Louisa Real Estate and Investment Company to Christian Mueller, who bouifllt to Mr. Vogel report!, the sale of house No 3103 Cherry street, in Maplewood. a one-story dwell ing, containing four rooms and ..cellar; lot Sx 150: for J2.CM: from Lelind Motherhend to Edward Closs. who purchased for lnvesttaent. J. I. Epstein. J. I. Epstein report the following salst Soid 50 feet of ground on the north line of Maple avenue, east of Belt avenue, to Mrs. Emma Steward for $2,750 for account of S J. C. Clark Mrs Steward bought with a vie-w of erecting a residence as her future home. Fold two buildings of two flit each Nos. 4047-4019 Russell avenue, renting fr $1.(00 a sear for io -w, to iv v-i-iic- ..u-,,., . ... pan bou. any. for Mrs. laa uorges. ine tun'" ought for nn Investment. Sold 25 feet of ground on the south sine ol Theodosla avenue, eat or Hamilton avenu-. xo Edward Mills for $476; from Miss Kate Shaugh nessv et nl. . c Sold 67 feet on the southeast comer of St. Vincent and Ohio nvenues: from 1 II. Streep er et at to Philip Lenz for H.427. The pur chaser will Immediately begin Improving this lot with modern buildings. t,i bold to John D Killey. No. 1312 Frankl n avenue and No 1313 Gay street, fronting J3 feet on Franklin avenue and 16 feet on Gay street. This property contains a three-story building, store and rooms above, and was sold for $10,0fi0. bv Louis H. James. Sold 133x213 feet on tho southeast corner of Boyle end Lindell avenues; from J. A. A roo man to William H.imhley for $i..O0O. This Is a choice comer and will be Improved by Mr. Hambley with elegant modern residences. Sold the new modern residence. No. 51Zo Mc pherson avenue, lot 50x175. This house is Just blrg completed. It contains eleven rooms, ie ccptlon hall and tiled bath, and Is the east one of four being erected on this blirk by the Fair Building Company. The purchaser, a client of J. 1. Epstein, purchased for $16,000. ' Jnme-i M. Frnnclscns A Co. James M. rranciscus & Co. report having closed the following sale this week: Sold the handsome three-story buildings, Nos. 4220, 4322 and 4324 Ollvo street, lot 50x150. to Mrs. Jane Lindsay for 82S.70O Henry Hlenenz Realty Company represented Mr. Scudnlczka In this transaction. Mrs. Lindsay has l?en a very heavy Investor on (Jllve street, having bounht' three pieces In the last three months, aggre gating $S.0X). Also report having closed sev eral loans aggregating about $31,000. llnnse Realty Company. The Haass Realty Company reports the salo of No. 4765 Greer avenue, a two-story trick building, containing six rooms, lot 15x165. for $2,500. for the account of John Rowan, to Max Krueger. who purchased for Investment. Also sold lot 25x123 feet on the south side of Utah street, between Ohio and Iowa avenues, asphalt street nnd all Improvements made, for ww. from Philip W. Chaney to a client, who will Improve. Albert WenxIIck. Albert Wenzllck report the fo'lowlng sales: No. S4I7 Magnolia avenue, a two-atory brick single flat of four rooms, bath, etc., on first floor and Ave rooms on second floor, lot 30 feet front to an alley; from Folkert II. Folkers to Christina. Groupe for $5,80. . .,, - Ixit 3C. In city block 2737. In Albert Wenz llck's subdivision, frontins 30 feet, on Tennes see avenu-. by 150 In depth; from Albert Wenz llck to OHIe Corder, at $16 a foot. The pur chaser will Improve with a dwelling. Alplc A Hemmelmann. Alple & Hemmelmann Real Estate Com any report the following sales: Nos. 4017 and 4049 Russell avenue, two-story eleven-room brick dwellings, each of two flats of five nnd elx rooms, with hot and cold wa ter, bath and furnace, lot 50x125. renting ftr $1,800 a year: from Ida Gorges to Clan3Id Investment Company for $10,200 North side of Flora court, lot 20x10. to C F. Gebhardt for 8I.C30. South side of Russell avenue. 740 Teet esst of Grand avenue, lot 45X155 feet, for $2,655. Also lot 42 feet 6 Inches on the esst side of Grand avenue, 118 feet south of Flora ccurt, for $2,478. to George J. Wanstrath. South side of Clavton avenue. 150 feet west of Sarah street, lot 50x155, to August lladam for 51000. No. 5141 Rldse avenue, a one and on--hxlf story brick cottage of five rooms and bath, lot 25x156; from Adam Tepe to Annie Fleming for $2,200. Henry Hlcmens neally Company. The Henry Htemenz Realty Company reports he following sales: No. $663 Hickory street, a five-room brick dwelling, with ail modern conveniences, created and owned bv "William P. bharkey. was sold for $2 350 to Christens. Pope who will occupy. Nos. 4320-4322-4324 Olive street, a recently com pleted three-storv slow combustion building, with stores on first floor, sold bv the Henry Hlemenz Realty Company for $25,700 to Mrs. Jane Lindsay. James 5L Franciscus & Co. rep resented Mrs. Llndsav. Lot on south side Cottage avenue, near Tay lor avenue. 43x120. owned by the Standard Ral-- Company was sold for 312 a foot to Gllllck Bros., contractors. Comet & Zelblg represented tne seuer. Mercantile Trust Company. The Mercantile Trust Company report It Southampton tale very active. The demand for this property 13 steadily Improving. The following sales were made: Sold to !. H. Scheel, lot 28. in city block ulo3, fronting 50 feet on the north side of Lansdowno avenue, 75 feet west of King's highway, at $20 a foot. Lot 21, In city block 6165. fronting 50 feet on the south side of Sutherland avenuo; to Louis Kubnert at $17 a foot. Lot w. In city block 6175. fronting 60 feet on the north line of Murdock avenue, at $20 a foot; to R. J Crummcls Lot 16. In city block 5166, fronting 50 feet on the south side of Lan-downo avenue; to 1 ranK Tauk for Ko a foot. Lot 33. In city block 6165. fronting 50 feet on tho north side of Lansdovvne avenue, to l-rank. Marie at $20 a foot. 1-ot 12. In city block 5160. fronting 50 feet on the south side uf Lnnwlowno avenue; to Mr". l.UBsle JIcKeo for J.") a foot. Lot 34. In city block 5165. fronting on the north side of Lanslowno avenue, for $20 a foot. Lot 15 In city block 51C6. en tho south side of Lansdow ne av enue for $ a foot . . -" ln e'iy block 6176. on tho touth side r 1Iurdoek avenue, for 120 a foot. Lot ,j, in city block 6176, on the north side ri - "" avenu. lor .j a root. Lot 5. in city block 5132, on tho muth side or -Nottingham avenue, siild to a client, who is naA- erecting rivo new rtsldinces on fcame. (rrcr-Amlcrsiin ItcuKy Couipnns. Greer-Andersrn Realtj Company report the following -.ales, amounting to $11,000: No. 3913 v,Vcst Pino street, a magnificent brick residence of eleven rooms, with lot 40x213. bath, not water heater and all modern conveniences; for Mrs. II It. Morris to a client for SIO.000 r,o. -Jls Marcus avenue, a seven-room house; lot 41x150. for $1.9"). from Jlrs. Margaret Gib bons to a client, who purch.ed for a lisne No. PiA Evans avenue, a'S-room brick cot tage, with bath, from r. J vengler to JL bullivan o. -17G Greer avenuo. a two-story brick house, containing six rooms and bath, renting for jr a month, lot 25xlw. for J.1.250. from John Rowun to a client of Trior & Hartlg. Lot 30x150 feet on the touth side of Pcnro" p-treet, w-st of Newstead avenue, fn.m J. F Botlger to r. A. J.lrvis for $13 a foot. Tho purchaser will Improve Also report the sale cf four hsndsome brick an.l stone apartments In the Wtst End. near King's highway, renting for $2.IW per annum, for $21,000. Vlcisrnlmrh A Srlmiltx. Meisenbach A. Sehmitz report the following sales; Lot 27x127 feet on tho cist line of Virginia avenue, between bldney street nnd Mssmolla avenue from the ilenton Ile-il K'tate and In vestment Company to 11 Peterson for JRS0. Lot 50x125 feet on the wttt line X Mirhlran avenue between Neosho and Ita-ka streets, from A Merlte to V W II sebrock for 3SJ3. Hormunn & Gast represented the buver No 1717 South Rrcadwnv. a tvvistorv brp-k building, large store and brie .-table, from 1. Melnecko to 51. I'osnansky fqr i'.75u. Mflioiln-IIItter. The Nlcholls-Rltter Realty and rinancial Com pany report good inquiry for property. They closed two small t'eals during the week, having Fold hoao No. 2911 Kennerly avenuo. to Lou's II nakcrtmilh for tiVO. ,. bold to Charles T Evans, account of C. O Cloud, lot In Clifton Heights. 50x150 fee, for JVW This lot will be improved with a frame houss. 1. .T. ICfifKrinn. Frank J. Kotsrean reports having sold No. 4554 Cote Brllllantn avenue, a four-room brick house, from Mrs. L. Dchlendorf to Mrs. Laura Johnson for $1,82"- , , No. 33 Fox place, a seven-room residence, from Mre. Calhi rine Campbell to Jlrs. Cornelia Yurock for S.'.JCO Sold 10.5fv feet of Webster Heights subdi vision, from William A ltutledge Realty com lany to Wcb-ter Heights Improvement coin Iny for $t'.fJ0 .... No 2214 Dodler street, a single flat for two families, from Mrs. Feidmaim to Fran L. Lcs.hr for $3,600. Kollns A llrlnkop. No. 212 St. George street, two-story brick store building, occupied as a barber shop, sold for 12,050. for Christian Brinkcp to Jacob Schamel. for Investment, . , , No. 2119 South Third street, a double wo story brick house, arranged for four families, renting for $381 per annum, sold for $3,wo. trom Dorothea Reckerneler to John Neu No. 3936 Minnesota avenue, a ne-story four room brick cottage. lot 25x125. s Id for $2,100, for Mary E llahn to William Ruesche. No. 20.', lthticll avenue, a one-story flve rocm brick dw elllng. lot 52xt".". sol 1 for $2,000, for Katherlne I'loen to Catherine Wltte No. 3540 Mlnnceota avenue, a one-story four room brick, lot 25x125. scM for $2.3jO. for Jacob Bec'xer to Ixtulse bchneckfier. No. 1811 Wyoming street, a two-story six room brick dwelling, lot 25x125. sold for $3.27. for LudAlg Htssert to John Krlll. A lot 25x125. adjoining above, sold for S. from the Lillian Real lIute Companj to John A "lot 25x125 on the south side of Rutger street, west of Grand avenue, for J7iW, for Frederick Hollas to John B It'll. A lot 25x125 on the north side of Cherokee street, between I'cnnsjlvnnla and Nebraska avenue sold for $925. from Charles F. Hermann to Theresa Klrchner. . A lot 26 9x118. the southeast comer of Grand ard Upton stret. from Louis A. Kollas to Ad dle Favere. for $210. Leon L. Hull Renl Estate Compnny. Leon L. Hull Rial Estate Company reports the salo of two lots in Aubert place, fronting 120 feet on the north side of Aubert place, north of Delmar avenue, from Charles TUden to Joseph Hollv for S5.600. Mr. Holly will build flats on the property Leased for the Park Heights Realtv- Com pany, a tract oppoelte the southeast entrance to the Fair, upon which a fifty-room hotel Is now constructed; to the Bennett-Herron Com pany. In conrection with B. P. Shield, have leased plats ln the 6ame locality to James R. White hill and Oliver Pirhy. resriectlv ely. to be ued for booths and business purposes Welscls-Gerlinrt Ileal IMnte Co. The WcIsels-G-rhart Real Estate Company reports another native week's business, hav ing closed sales, loans and lea sen aggregating over $10.000. Tho sales made were valuable unimproved and Improved corners in the West End. as follows' Southwest comer of icing's highway and Delmar avonue and the southwest corner of Lindell and Vandcventer avenues to Simon Van Raalte. anil Nos 4155-4167 Lindell nvenue to Henry If Wagoner, all of which are mentioned elsewhere. Also effected an Important lease of down town property, having leased for the account of Mr. Jul'a Evans, widow of David Evans, tho two-story brick building No 203-205 South Seventh street, for a term of ten years at nn aggregate rent of $24,Ot-l to th- Consolidnted Gunning Sjetem and the St, Louts Bill Post ing Company. The property Is located close to Clark avenue, being In the center of tho office building and tho Cupples Station district. The Gunning Company will make extensive im provements ln the way of alterations and ad ditions to the property and occupy tho same about September 1. Isi4. The company was compelled to seek new quarters on account of Its extensive growth of business. rishcr & Co. Fisher & Co.s sales for the last week were six ln number and segregate $29,000. as follows: Nos. 1331 to 1333 Btvard avenue, lot 62xU9. six modern four nnd five room flats renting for $145 month. proiertv of Thomas rarrelly, trustee, sold to William Ronnn for 812 010 Sold No 3710 Finney avenue, lot 30x16 a three-stcrv eleven-room brick house, modern lm nrovements. for Mrs. Marv C. Taulby. to Miss Ludmlla Kouln-zeskl. for $7.C No. 1221 North Tavlor avenue, lot 42x110. a two-story "even-room brick house, with bath, furnace, hot and cold water renting for $15 a month, from I II. Brlnson to Mrs. Lottie J. Talbot for 5.0(A House and lot on John avenue, near Wame avenue, lot 25x147. a two-storv eight-room frame house arranged for two families, rentlmr for $28 a month, to Charles Thompson, for $7,2"Vt. Nos 2019 and 2021 Hereford street, two four room frame houses, with lots 25x10. renting for jp: a month each sold for E M. Johnson, to John Cavanaugh. for $1 loo eah. Ameilcc lie- Imrn, Jr., Bus. The Mercantile Trust Company reports having sold to Amedce V. Reybum. Jr.. the choice piece of property located at the southwest cor ner of Twenty-first and Pine streets The lot fronts 29 feet on the south line of Pine street by a depth along the west lirie of Twenty-first street of ICO feet 4 Inches. The property was owned by Frank H. Phlpps and Henry H. ANOTHER PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN EXPRESSES AN OPINION -The following is letter of MR. OTTO F. STIPEL, 1-residcnt of the UNION BREWING CO., one of our best-known business men and most esteemed citizens. He writes as follows: St Louis, Dec 1, 1903. Dr. Wm. A. Lewin, C01 Washington Avenue: ' Dear Sir The Chas. G. Stifel family certainly feel under everlasting obligations to you, as we are satisfied that your treatment of father's affliction (double rupture) was the sole means of alleviating his suffering and prolonging his life for a number of years. Thousands of similar letters arc on I undertake. My treatment is palnleEs and will not detain you from your occupation. NO PAY UNTIL CTJRED to your entire satisfaction. Consult me at once; delay Is dangerous. Hours, 10 to 6. Saturday and Sunday. 10 to i. Phones Kinloch D 1S18. Bell 2817. WM. A. LEWIN, M. D., m Phlpps of Morrlstown, N. J., who were repre sented by Cornet & Zelblg. Snle of Ends Avenue House. The Mercantile Trust Company report having effected a sale during the past week of the residence No. 3121 Eads avenue, a modem nine-room Queen Anne residence, containing all conveniences nnd occupying lot of 27 feet on Eads avenue by a depth of 137 feet to an alley. Tho property sa. sold for the account of Mrs. G Grant for $5,000. and was purchased by Ber nard Frle. SCHOOL BOARD PURCHASES UNION BOULEVARD SITE. Half Square Iletvtecn I'nlrmonnt Ave nue ami Jlorgnn Street Honirht 1'rom I". V. Grace A Sons. Tho Board of Education yesterday pur chased tho half block fronting on Union boulevard. Fairmount avenue and Mor gan street from I. F. Grace through the I'. 1 Grace & Sons Realty Company. The purchaso prlco was $J5.0c4. Some time ago Mr. Grace sold the south half of the block to the Board of Educa tion. As the entire block is considered an ideal location for a school buildlnz. the board lias since been endeavoring to ac eiuiri) tho north half. William B. Ittner. Commissioner of School Buildings, stated eatcrday tiiat tlio board at present had no deiinite ar rangements for a school on tho block, but had acquired the property, as It offered an excellent location lor one. County Renl Estate Transfers. Wilhelmina J. Hulskamp to "William Oepts, lot 14. block 1. subdivision of Jennings, tract ln United States survey 1913, containing 2.37 acres, $l,ou0. Henry Mild, trustee of Louisa Dlen. to Ed ward Nlerman and wife. land, sections 34 and 27, township 45, range 5 east, containing .S2 of an acru, also lot 3. gamo subdivision; $(.. Anna Mary Heger to George Studer and wife, north half of west half of northeast three fourths f-ectton 29. township 43, range 6 east. containing 4J acres; 34.500. Charles C Nicholls. trustees for Charles C. Nlcholls jr.. to bt. I-u!s County School Board Di.trlct No. 2. lot 10. bl.ck 4. In Hazel Hill; Johanna Burkhardt et al. to George Burk hardt, part of lots 1. 4 and 5. subdivision In Lav.icnco Lens's estate. In United btatets bur vev 415, containing 73.23 acres; $1,00. Elizabeth C Ri-ff to Robert E. Wengler. all of lot 14, town of Allenton; 8150. Overland Real Estate Company to Frederick lioilhngen, lets 7 and 8, block 23. of South Over land Park; ttoo Chester Van Keuren to John G. Nelson, lot .. b'eck 5. of Shields subdivision of United btatcs survey 2037: JC'X) C. A Terry and wife to Martha J. Hayden; lots 4 to 6. block 37, of Meaehum Park: $2. Heslwlz Meder and hu-band to John J. Heifer and wife, lot 52, block 13, of second sub division of bhrewsbury Park; $"50. Harris T. Shockey to Maurice B-owne. lots 9 and 10, block A. resubdlvls on of Easton Ave nue Heights, 110 William K. Clark and wife to L. E. Monroe. all of block 31. town of Allenton: 15. II. F. bhlelds to X, l"rank Hofstetter and wife. lot 4, block 1. addition to city of Webster Groves. $320 LMvvaru Gocke and wife to Margaret Koch, lot 1 of block s. of Midland Heights; $71. Otto T. C Colonlus and wife to John W. Kendall, lot 33. block 15. of Kinloch Park; $1:5. Nannie Curry Krlbs and husband to Charles Massler lots i to 9, block F, of West Tower Grovo; $209. Charles i Damon and wife to Henry c. Haarstlck, land In township 46, range 5 east, $69.30). Mary L. Sloan et nl. to Jessie B. Reveley and husband, lot In town of Klrkwood; $1. Avordala Realty Company to William Kuke, lot 6. block 15. of Avondale: $300. Gustavus A. Hoffmann and wife to Jessie Weaver and huhand. north 20 fet lot IS, Mock 4. of Shields' subdivision: $300. Jes.slo Weaver pnd husband to Mary A. John son, north 3-feet lot 18. block 4, of Shields' subdivision; $300 John Rlsch and wife to John G. Meier and wife, lots 10 to 14. bkick 3. of Rlsch subdi vision: 16S7. Overland Real Estate Company to Rudolph Bellalr, lot 9, block L of East Overland Park; $300. Mary E. McCIenny to Albert Welnzllck. north 0 acres of south 100 acres of lot 14, sub division of Jennings estate. In United States survey 1915: also right and title to a certain road 15 feet wide:-J6.0. Charles D. Stevens to Marvin A. Howard, lot 11. block 3. of Tuxedo Park; $5. Bertha Casrtleman and husband to Herman W. Lnecke. lot In block 5. subdivision In United btates survey 1933; Jl.SOO. Elizabeth Hezel to St Louis Belt and Ter minal Railway Company, land ln section 33. township 46. north range 6 each, containing 5.58 acres; tJ.336. Russell A. Richardson and wife to A. Noe nnd husband, lot 7, block 1, of Oak Grove sub division; $150. Frederick Allceier to Henry Todebusch. lot 4. block 81. of McKenzle tract. In survey 1933. township 44. range 6 east, containing 6.47 acres; $2,300. Henrietta A. Bates to J. II. MIddleton. lots 1 and 2, block 1. subdivision of Jennings estate, containing 2.06 acre; $2,000. Maplcgreen Realty Company to Joeph Gries er, tot 21, block 8, subdivision of Greenwood; J 401. Kent Jarvls to Garston II. Troske. lot 11. block 23. of Tuxedo Park: $1 Theodore Richter and wife, by lrust.e. to Caroline Richter. west of southwest section 31. township 45, ranro 6 cast: $1,200. Calvin M. Christy and wife to Glencoe Lime and Cement company, cortn nan or southwest quarter and northwest quarter of southeast quarter section 11. township 44. north range 3 east. $1.0). Henry Bockrath and wife to George Welse, lots 37 and 3d. containing 3" acres; 812.COO Charles L. Hudler and wife to Emma Wilson, east 50 feet lot 4. block 14. subdlvfsion of Green wood: $2,000. Edward Joy and wife tr Louis B. Pendleton, lot 7 of Crown Point: $2,000. The Knapp-Stout Company to Wllon Lant Ccmtsiny. city and county property: $5,000. Wilson Land and Lumber Company to Mat thew Donnelly anl wife, lots 17 and IS. block 2. of Bartmer's subdivision: !3.tw0. Congregational City Missionary Society tf St. Louis to tho Maplewood Congregational Church of St, Louis, part lot 6. subdivision of Sutton home tract in United States Survey 1037; 31. Maplegreen Realty Company to William T. Hartwell. lot 6. block 32, subdivision of Green wood; $250. Maplegreen Realty Company to Wil liam T Hartwell. lot 6. block 33. subdivision of Greenwood: $350. Jefferson Realty and Financial Company to Herman R. Asmus nnd wife, east half lot 23 nnd west half lot 29 of Watson's Fruit Hill sub division: $3,200. Ed ard Wilhu-en et al. to John M. Steinlcke. lots 6 to 9. block 1. of Old Orchard Heights: $1,800. George Parsons and wife to John Witts, lot 9 of Hereford Place: 32.000 Ruell A Richardon and wife to Louis Glas and wife, lot 23. bljck 2. of Oak Grove Heights; $50 Overland Realty Company to George W. Blair, lot 6, block 2, of East Overland Heights; 520O Maplegreen Realty Company to Thomas B. McDonald and wife. lot 12. block 32. subdi vision of Greenwood: $123. Ylilhelmlna Wetzel to Henry Hegel and wife, lots 9 and 10, block 17, subdivision of Green wood 8I.2T3. Sophia D. SIawon to Mary A. Smith nnd husband, lot 12. block 2. of Old Orchard Park; $3(100. Ferguson Renltv Company to Charles A. Tireler. lots 11 and 12, and south 10 feet, lot 1.1, block 2. of Linden terrace of Fergus-m: $873. Davidson Bros. Improvement Company to George T. Wolff. lot 28, block 7. of Maplewood: $3.56"). Annie Weber and husband to Almlra T. Shores, part of north half of southwest quar ter, block 27. town of Klrkwood: $600. Lizzie Stute and husband to Mabel II. Adams, lot 6, block 7. of Avondale; $375. Mabel H. Adams and husband to Lizzie State, same; $375. "W. V. Guthrie and wife to Charles J. Katb, lot 6. Nock 8. of Hazeli-ood: $3,465. Emma Pauls et al. to Charles Emmenegger. east part of lots 1 and 2, block 6, of Wood & Hart's subdivision: $L Matilda Neubrauter et al. to Jacob C Hoff melster and wife, land partly ln section 1, township 43. range 6. east of Carondelet com mons, containing 14.68 acres; $1,800. Frank Neubauer and wife et al. to same; same description; Jl.SOO. Michael Hammel and wife to Conrad Goet file at my office. I GUARANTEE A gt&ge and wife, lot 26, block 6, of Blsmark He'ghts addition; $1. Charles Emmenegger and wife to O cilia Hoffmeister and husband, east part lots 1 and 2 block 6, of Wood & Hart's subdivision; $1. Michael Hammel and wife to Martin Waskie wlcz and wife, lot 12. block 9. of Blsmark Heights; $550. Real Estate Transfers. DAKOTA-23 ft., s. s.. b-t. Compton and Virginia, city block 2724: John C. Dewinncr ana wue .o w... vu-e and wife w. d :':'- BAYARD-62 ft. In., e. sbet. Laston and Page, city block 3778: Ring , Reardon et at,, by trustee, to William Roman fes d """"" FAIHMOUNT-50 ft., s. ., .bet. Claren don and Union, city block 4847: J onr. T. Bradley et aL to Patrick 1 . O Mack FAIIUIOUNT S2)"ftl"i6"in""s'. s.. belt. Clarendon and Union, city block 4311, Patrick F. Grace and wlfo to the Board of Education w. d FAIRMOUNT-0 ft,, l l, bet. Claren don and Union, city block 4sr; George T. Parker to Patr.ck F. Crace w. d.. FAIItiiOUNT 0 ft., s. ,. bet. Claren don and Union, city block 4S4i: "sow Haven Investment Company to Patrick I. Graces w d - KOSaUTH 26 ft., s. s . being 434A Kos suth, city block 4137: Frank W. Glese and wife to Edward M. Stelnmeyer and wife vv. d MAFF1TT 25 ft., n. s , eaet of New-stead. city block 3691: Thomas W. Davlno and wife to Denis Godfrey w. d... .... MAPLE 270 ft., s. s., s. vv. ccr. Belt, city block 2991E; Michael Rohan and wife, by trustee, to Mary J. Rohan MEItAMEC 23ft" li. s. being 3217 iler amec, city block ajl; Franzlska Berry et al. to Thos. McEntire and wife w. d. MEHAMEC 25 ft., n. s.. being 3217 Mer amec. city block 2631: Louise Berry and husband to Thos. McEntiro and wlfei w d. (all interest! ."- ", MOROAN-25 ft. C in., n s , bet. Acad emy and Clarendon, city block 4313: Flor-nce R. E. Co. to A. P Dalv-w d. MORGAN"-) ft., n. s. ;- Trenty flrst and Twenty-second, city blocc 01.: Walter Pfelfer and wife to Oscar C. Ruder ... ..........--- MORGAN-50 ft., n. s. bt. Twentv flrst and Twent J -second, cltv block 917: Oscar B. Buder to Walter Pfelfer an 1 wife ". w d :;, " NnBRASKA-25 ft. e. .. bet. Mag nolia and I'estaJozzl. ctrv biock U.. Theodore Kramer and wife to Geo. T. Kramer and wife - NINTH 40 ft-, w. 8 . n. w cnr. Ben ton, city block 340: J. A. Wi ke et al. to O E. Ruder - NINTH 10 ft., w. r . n. w. cor- Ben ton, city block 340; O. E. Buder to John A. Wlike qtc d . OSAGE-83 ft-, s. s.. s. w. cor. Missouri, city block 2608; Urn W. Wlthnell and wife to Emma Slndelor PINB 48 ft., n. s . n. w. cor. Theresa. city block 1956: Anna B. Grsen et al. to Wm. Alexander and wife vr. d..... PINE 50 ft., s. s , e. w. cor. Twentieth, city block S03- Haase & Hohle Carriage 2.6M 9 2T-0 2,83 25.000 2.750 2,713 2.00 1.70O 2.60 4.500 1 7.500 6 S.250 8,20) $50 8.5,' 40.0C4) 1.60 2.750 1.009 720 CXmnany to notion iveany v.uutJ.ujj w d - - - ST. LOUIS 50 ft. n. s , bet. Sarah and Whittler. cltv block 36C9; Mississippi Valley Trust Company to Mary A. Gavin w. d -. VICTOR 21 ft 2 in . n. ., bet. Bl marck and Bro.idwa7. city block 752: Joseph wentz and wlfo to Caroline Schmeder w. d WASHINGTON 225 ft., s. t . bet Tay lor and Walton, cltv block 4557; Horton Place Realty Company to Haase & Rohle carriage Company w. d W1LMINGTON-90 ft . e. S-. city block 2.'-5: "Wilmington Investment Compa ny to Wm. Degenhardt w. d Bulletins Permits. W L. Kline. Nos. 902 to 916 North Second street, repair and rebuild brick wait cf ware house; $5 too. . ,, .. Alice Hrehu. No. 4V1 to 4WJ KlnEs high way, two two-and-one-half -story brick dwen- "john J? inr. No. K3 Fillmore, one-storr brick dwelling: 32.100. I.uj ties' Restaurant. 81$ North Sixth, will bo open for bushiest Monday. July 4th until 2 o'clock. Best jwpular-prlce restaurant In this city. Como and bo convinced. WEBSTER DAVIS WILL ADDRESS TAMMANY. Former Mlsnonrlnn to Help Braves Celebrate the Fourth. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. July Z Tammany Hall win have an Independence Day celebration on Monday despite the fact that many of tho braves have gone to the Democratic Convention at St. Louis. The exercises will begin at Tammany Hall at half past ten o'clock. Among the speakers will be Lucius F. C. Garvin. Governor of Rhode Island: George S. Boutwell and Weber Davis, formerly of Missouri. Mr. Edward A. Crownlnshield will read the Declaration of Independence and Doctor John T. Nagle will carry the cap of liberty. A number of up-Stata Democrats aro expected to ba present. Thero will bo a fine display of fireworks at the Wrigwam In the evening. TROUP HURRIES TO ST. LOUIS. Hearst Leader Thought to Have Been Summoned by Bryan. REPUBUC SPECIAL. New Haven. Conn.. July 2. In response to a telegram, which. It Is understood, came from W. J. Bryan, to-day, Alexan der Troup, former chairman of the Demo cratic State Central Committee, hurried to St. Louis. He had not Intended to go to the conven tion. Tho reason for the unexpected sum mons is not told, and surmise has given rise to a variety of rumors, one that Mr. Troup's presenco if sought by Mr. Brian as support in writing a proposed platform. Mr. Troup ha.s been the Hearst leader in Connecticut. J Booth's Niece Gets'Dlvoree. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. j New York, July 2. Marie Booth Doug las, a niece of the late Edwin Booth, has obtained from Judge McCail of tho Su preme Court, a Judgment of separation, because of desertion, from her husband. Byron Douglas, who wa formerly the leading man of Mexalne Elliott In "In Her Own Way." To Mrs. Douglas Is awarded $20 weekly and $3 weekly for the support of her only child, whose custody Is award ed to her. Awarded Ijtl 8,000 Transit nnmnues. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Columbia. Mo.. July 2. The trial of the suit of Roso Chlanda against the St. Louis Transit Company resulted in awarding the plaintiff damages to . the amount of $18,0u0. The suit was for $3".ono. An appeal has been taken. Tho suit wa" for damages sustained in a' St. Lonls street-car accident and was brought to Boone County on a change of venue from St. Louis. Will Appoint n Superintendent. The board governing the State Training School at Boonvillo. Mo., which met In St. Louis yesterday and the day before, has In view the appointment of a superin tendent for tho institution to take tho place of L. S. Drake, who resigned to take charge of the Reform School of Iowa Judge William Williams is president of the Missouri Board. OTTO l! STU'Eb. PERMANENT CTURE in every case of "S HE- II ' :ii- LLV- VI -,j, ,'.. .4.-.-...-, .:,. i$2? jtfe-iHi- i--AS-i'-'-Pyy-'vH7---'--. 3i,"iA,- .-vA-(& rAs.-'--- -ev wr-vs- ? '? Vffe'g. "'--' jle- ss-aSs' A-vrj.j-.