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12 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THUESD'AY. 'JULY 2S. 1904. iujj ci-x"i"jvi"jfB m sr I J fe r CJTfREAt. KSTATE FOR SALE. CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE RICHMOND HEIGHTS lDlrcctly South of the World's Fair Grounds' A SUBDIVISION N0T0 FOR ITS BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS AND HEALTHFUL SITUATION. 5c Fare on Market Street CarsTrantfer et McCausland Avenue. THROUGH GARS BY SEPTEMBER. 1st. Pure. Hear -Rater, fine -liade ttccs, Rood dra-njge- Man) lots have been told to parties who will begin building at once. C"If, after cuimiulng llii"! property, ou conclude that it is not the prettier ami most de.ir.ibly lo cated subdivision anywhere near St. Louis, we will pay for all expenses incurred bv anyone making the examination. "0a Kor pl.ita and pn ticulars call at our office. A salesman on the Kiound every day except Sundays. This pioperty is restricted against business and nuitunccs of any Kind. RUTLEDGE & KiLPATRIGK REALTY CO. 7I7 CHESTNUT STREET. ROOMS WITH BOARD. fcMN-ifr-'-'JV- DCI-MAK Boulevard, SSll -rooms, with board . XlcM famished DCLMAR, S31.V-Mcelv furnished loom for permanent, or World's Pair lsitor-. excellent board. DEI..MAK, Cfcd Newly furnished room- for World's P-ir people cr permarcnt: breakfast If desired DEI-MAR 270 Beantllul wcond-story front, a!o thlrd-tory room for two perawi. reason able: permanent people preferred; nr-t-cla hoard and service, all conveniences; Olio and Suburban can J.ASTON 4374 lltor- nice, large rooms for fle to eight men, with breakfast; $1; .as ton cars: fifteen minute, to l'alr. HAST OX. 5619 Visitor-; two large. natlj furnished room., to and J7 week, breakfast tSc; KaBton cars: 10 minuteg to Fair EUCLID. " NIcelv furnished iwms: Kalr viltor: 7Zc to $1 da. Including hrtakfast. all fonverlcnrc. private family, threo car liner. EUGENIA. 2212 Well-furnished room", with bath; good board; plenty of Xrult and ege table nVAXK 13 Nlcolv furnished ro;m for on ntleman. with board: Drtxato famllj. urtce It week ' FAiKiniTXT. Bic-Cooi. nicely fumlFhed rooms, board optional; permanent ur tran ulents: near Pair. FIXXEV. 44S3 Newly furnished rooms; with or without rnealrt. free bath and phone, cars pass door to Pair: Ftaort distance to 1 air rroundv: writ for partlcu.ar3 at one POREfcT PARK IJoulevard. 5931 rront room-; rood board. $3 per week, block south of La- cieae. front room, to coup1 or party, with brealf-st; 75 cents. CARFIEID. 5347 Furnished rv)m. with breakfast. JS par week: near Fair grounds. GRAND, Corner Law ton Two well-fumlshod rooms: nrst-cJass board: modern cncivenlences. GRAXD. 2S2J Xlcely furnished front rooms: southern eatrosure,; accommodate World's Fair visitors; htih and can GRAND. 3805 X. Ilonms and hoard; ever convenience; will make ery low rates for eight joung men; first-claja table GRAXD. 19 X A limited number of liiton accommodated, select home; highest elevation; shady frrounds. SI day and up; meals if desired HICKORY. 1S04 Second -s ton' frrnt room: suitable for four gentlemen, with board; pri vat family. IF I don't haul your trun- wc tooth loe money. Popular Prie Express 0 . three doors north of Olive; on Tenth st. Depot office 1S03 Market, opposite Union Station TIN01. 3734 (One Block East of Broadway) Rooms for four gentlemen; . week; board oDtionai. jfcFTERSOX. 1641 S. Xieelv furnished rooms: hot bath; with board. ACIETE. 211 Reasonable rates: flrst-lasn board and elegant rooms; modern conveniences; lawn. LACLEDE.. 8704 Front parlor, pricn guaran teed satisfactorj: verv convenience; board op t tonal; private; Fair line-. TAFAYETTE. 2S3-XIcelv furnished rooms for Fair visitors; meals first-class: rates rea ponablo . LAWTTOX. 2872 Excerent board acd rooms; hoTbath. gas; own home; S3 waek LAWTOX. 312S Dcgant first and second floor front rooms for four gentlemen or couple; small private family; board optional. LIXDELL Boulevard. 4557 Large, beautifully famished front rooms; southern exposure; with board. LIXDELL. TWi Beaut Irully furnished rooms; visitors to Fair accommodated; board optional; Lindelr 2119. LIN DELL Boulevard. 3910 Rooms, elegantty appointed; single or en suite; breakfast if de Hired. Phone. Delmar 304. LTXDELL Boulevard, 36-Flne large rooms, with or without private bath; board optional; large lawn; coolest location in city. LOCUST, 1520 Xew.y furnished rooms and flrsfr-class board; reasonable. LOCUST. 3119 Rooms and board; World's J-Jr visitors accommodate,: terms reasonable. LOCUST. 2330 First -class- rooms and board; large lawn; rates to parties; reasonable. C 738 LOCUST. 1424 Room ana board visitors and day boarder accommodated. Sirs. M. A. Thomas. LUCAS, 2901 First floor; nice, pleasant flrst floor room; good home board; for gentlemen. LUCAS. 2703 Rooms for Fajr visitors: with or without, board; also room for housekeeping. LUCKY. 4431 (Block Xorth of Eutonl ' Two large? rooms- four gentlemen: tl 60 week each. LYNCH, 3307 Nicely furbished room, second floor frooC and board; private family; t5 week. MANCHESTER. 3G01 NIcelv furnished rooms. with or without board; $2 week: up. McREE, 4H-L-Excellent accommodations for Iir visitors; n day: with breakfast and bath. MAPLE. K6S Elegantly furnished room, with -ffrakfaxt It desired. HAPLQ. 1711 Cool rooms, with board; perma ntnta'or traunlents; bath; ten mlnuteV walk Fair. IfAHYLAXD, 4223 Room, southern exj es itltaenj with or without board; location iho MINERVA. 6144 World's Fair visitors: nicely furnished room; private family; one block of Pag and one block of Union cars; one person. tl; two person. $150; breakfast. MISSISSIPPI. 1430 Furnished front room, with or without board; opposite Lafayette Park. MORGAN. 2125 Nioelr furnihed room, v ltb board. t3 BO per w eek MORGAN. 4112 Nicely furnished front room with aicovfl, and board: for gentlemen or couple. MORGAN. 4008 Room, with board; perma nent or World's Fair visitors; direct line to Fair, NICHOLSON Flae, C (South 9Ide Lafayetto Park) Largo room, suitable for two; with hoard. OLIVE, 1013 Newly furnished: Iectric lights; phones; board 1f desired; rooms tlO a month. OLIVE, 2730 Nicely furnished rooms for World' Fair visitors: rates reasonable; on car Una direct to Fair: nine bloc-s from depot; board if- desired. OXE large front room with good board: rea sonable; Bell phone Forest 1SS9M, or call 5412 Tlartmer are. OREGON. 1T09 -Large front room; board: bath; all conveniences; Compton Heights neigh borhood; reasonable. PAGE, 471 Mrs. L. V. Ellington, from. Tex iB. has nice rooms; good board: $-60 PAGE. 5279 (Near Fair) All cars; cholce-t lo cation; beautiful, cool rooms, jl with breakfast. PAGE. 6203A Visitors; nice reams, 75c; break fast optional; walking dUtance to Fair; Page cars. PAGE. 4715 Visitors decant room", every convenience: (1.25. with breakfast: Pace cars to Pair. PAGE, 49.3 Visitors; elegantly furnished rooms: every convenience; 60c, 75e and 31; breakfast optional; P4ge cars; ten minutes direct to Pair. PAPIX, 1$12 Xeatly furnished ftpnt rooms: first-cUss bdaid; all conveniences; cars to all points. PARK. 2233 Xlcely furnished rooms; good ta ble board; transients accommodated; all con veniences. PARK. 2233 Nicely furnished rooms; best table board; 'all conveniences; transients ac commodated. " PINE. S547 Elegantly furnished hack parlor; excellent table: two gentlemen preferred. PINEL 3107 Cool, well-furnished rooms for visitors, with or without board; reasonable. PINE. 3S02 Large cool room for-four perma nent gentlemen or ladles; board. 31 a day. PRAIRIE. 1814 Rooms and board fl per day for World's Fair visitors. SARAII. 2418 X. Xicely furnished front room; accommodate two or three; telephone; break fast; reasonable SHEXANDO ML 40-$-Furn!hed room : all e&nvcnienees: one or two gentlemen; breakfast if desired: home of young couple Park or Compton cars. SPRING, 20 X. (Near Olive) Second-story front for permanent boarders; south, north, west exposures ST. CHARLES. 2203 Ftrrt-fioor front, room, with or without board: $4 per week. TAYLOR. 423 (Near Olive) Cool modern mams: best of boardi Fair visitors: reasonable THERESA; 511 X Xeat and clean rooms; gas and bath; permanent or visitors. THERESA. 615 X. Nice second-floor rooms, and others. I- week, and up. for permanent. VERNON. 3377 OoUnleatant rooms; $Qc, 75c, s,aa7; orcuuun u aesuxa; near xsur, r i MSjj - koojis 'with notnD. VERNON. r730Room. 50c. 7.-. 31 da . break fin if deired. ten mlnutv wjilk to I air VERNON, f723 Roons; walkinc dl'tunc1 Fair, breakfast; rates reasonable. Phone Pores t blaA VERNON 5722 IjovIj. c1 room, private family: breakfast if delrcd; transients, near Fair THERi:S. S23 (Between W ahinctcn and Olive) Rooms for houEekceplng, gas and bath, reasonable PRNON. 5725 Elegant room in beautiful home; with breakfast; Tair vlFitor-. ten min utes' w alk to l'alr; write for i ate, phono IVrest tSJAT WALTON. S15 Two cool pleaant rooms; board optional, permanent or transient, close io car- WAsIIIN41TOX. 343'-NlceIj furnished room, with or without board WASHINGTON. 3b3v Nloeh furnlahid rooipsv with board Phone LlndWI 2314 A WASHINGTON. S101 Plrst-ctas looms, well ventilat-d: brakfapt if desired Klnloch D 70S WASHINGTON 3053- Nlcclj furnished room, n cdern conveniences, direct cars to Pair, meals ir desired WAbHINGTON. 3320 Cool rooms; nicely fur nished, for World s Fair visitors; breakfast if desired. WASHINGTON. 3905 Elegant s-cond story front room, permanent or transient parties, pri vate family WASHINGTON T720Cho!c- location, table and service flrst-clas; transients accommodated. Lindttll 14I7M. WAbHINGTON. 353 Beautifully fumihed rooms, with or without board; all conveniences. reasonable WASHINGTON. 3117 Choice, cool room, with board; to employed parties; also visitors nrtotrmoJatpd. WASH'NGION. 4T30 Two connecting room. also otith cm-ex poed room; board and service flrst -class; splendidly located; prrmancnt peo ple, rrfer-nce UAMUXfiTOX. 4375 Eleaant front and ad lolnine rooms: suites or hincle: first floor; southern exposure elegant -outh alcove room seond floor, adlolninr room if dflrcd: loard optional, cvcrvthln flrM-clays tvrmanent or transient: reasonable; telephone Llndell 7V WEST BELLE, 423S Room and board in prl vat familv WEST BELLE. 4203 Excellent rooms; good board; for gentlemen; term1 rea-onftble WE8T BELLE, 432S Eight elegant newly furnished rooms, room and breaktast. 51 per day. W EST BELLE. 468 Rooms for permanent or Fair visitors, southern exposure; hot bath; nreals WEST BELLE, 4039 Rooms and board for milliners and World's Fair people; reasonable rates. WEST BELLE, 4?00 Connecting front rooms for party of six or eight gentlemen; gab and bath: 75r and up: also table boarders wanted: breakfast 23c; dinner 33c WELLS. 62)-EIegant rooms; five min-tea' ride to Pair; modern convenienceg; ji per day; breakfast optional; Suburban, Easton or Page cars. WINDSOR Place, 3739 (Near Odeon) Rooms, with or without board WEST PINE Boulevard 3622 Tvvo nicely fur nished front room, with good board. W DSP PINE Boulevard. 3758 Southern-exposed rooms: $1 up; breakfast optional; no ciiarge tor nam. wrsT hhi.t.-. 4161 X-irare rront room: southern exposure; with good board, for gen tlemen only. WESTMINSTER. 390$ Elegantly furnished front rooms; superior board; also transients s.ccommcdated; first-class service. WEST PIXS. 371 Rooms and board; first jlasa; World's Fair people; reasonable. FOR RET APAHTMESTS, FUTS. "BEAUTIFUL. FLAT." LtABABIB. 4T07A Five rooms, gas bath, elec tric screens, nice yard, trees and shrubs; rent only J35 GREER-ANDERSON CO.. 713 Chestnut. BROADWAY. I61S N. FUe cool rooms en third floor; rent 116 ' MUELLER & "FARIBAULT. 701 Ch'jtnut st. WEST MORGAN. 4U8 (L Tosca Apartments) Six rooms, bath hot-water beating, fixtures, bullet, etc: rent. 60. Z1NK & CO . Agents. 19 N. Seventh st. TWENTY-riRST. 2512 X. Four rooms; bath, hot and cold water. THEODOSIA. 5940A Nicely furnished modern five-room flat; near World's Pair. 1 BOTELS- HOTEL 8TRATFORD, EIGHTH AND PINK BTS . ST. IvOUIS. A permanent new and modern bot.l. in the shopsinc and theater districts. European plan; handsomely famished, and equipped with .1 vitors: hot and cold water tn .very room: electric U(hU and steam heat. Every room as cutsid. room. CRESCENT HOTEL- 2800 Lo-urt at., one of St. Louis' new. modern hotels. E-err room a newly furnished outside room, with hot nd cold water connection a. Firat-clapa care and buffet. Olive it and Wash ington ave cars one block from hotel. McDannold Hotel, 5017 Delmar boulevard This newly built elegantly furnished brick hotel Is open for guests European plan; cafe. Rates for par ties. Walking distance: two car lines to Pair. Clayton Road Hotel. 6123 Crescent ave., one block west of south art World's Fair gate, and ralf block south of Clayton road; 100 rooms, all outside: fre baths; highest and quietest location; take th Market and Laclede ave cars from Union Sta tion; correspondence and inspection invited; 31 per oay; special rates to ptmw. THE AMSTERDAM, Gates Ave, 6006 First-class place for first-class people. Rates. 31 and up. Beautiful grounds: large rooms excellent service: breakfast: Jast overlooking Fair grounds; phone Forest K63. VISITORS WORLD'S FAIR HOTEL. Unique; select; S600 Delmar ave., near Tair; take Olive st. through or Delmar car; beautiful grove; S50 rooms; 31 up. Look for tower. IELL PLACE HOTEL, &S52 Delmar; five minutes walk Fair; 75c day up; porcelain bath. Delmar. Garden cars OLIVE. .1504 Mrs. Godefroy has two con necting rooms, suitable for four persons; rent reasonable. HOTEL BARNUM. Southeast corner Sixth and Washington av. Rooms at reasonable rates. HOTEL CASTLEWOOD MS1-S5 Delmsr Seen blocks to World's Fair. ILvO day up: breakfast ZSc; free baths; phon.. FOUiREXT DWKIXIXGS. COOK. 4515 Modern ten-room house. Inqu.ro Doctor McCarthy. fi09-Locust. DELAWARE, 1110 Eight rooms and bath; furnace OARIER-COWEN-EVERS RBALTT CO. 52 Chestnut st. BLEXDOX Place. 2145 Seven-room, modern house; large lot; trees; stable. Inquire 505 Ollvo st. GAMBLETOX Place 6110 Xine rooms; mod ern; new onlr 330; Suburban Park car. CARTER-COVEN-nVERS REALTY CO . 325 Chennut st. "BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE." Six rooms, granitoid Mdenalk-. gas range and shade trees: Suburban cars pass door; rent only ISO VPP'V GREER-AXDERSOX CO . 719 Chestnut. FOR Lease 'EleRart home;' 10-room brick house; bath; carriage-house; stable for horses and cows; with 3 to 1 acres and fruit tree-: about three-fourths rnlle rcrtti from end ct Brohdwny cars: will lease same to rerponsibie partv for five years or more at reasonable rent. Apply to McCAXX-DOWLIXQ. 1140 Chestnut tt. W1LL.13AP.-Mx wren-room bnetc houves. ttons front, tile roofs. In that beautiful, high Oak Grove Heights, Just ens block west of Sub urban Cardan; ws are selling Uiem on small cash payment, balance 32S rr month. 5 per cant interest: cbeapsr than rmt: take Subur ban Park car to North Market st. and walk two bloc-s west to tsastlful Oak Grove lislghti. offics on croucc-. i -aAfe A-.- V FMtMSUEI) UO'i'tHS ASD FLATS FOll REST. APBHRT. 904 -Purnhhed 1ktooiii flat; jw es-ion Augu-U J; nen flat, new fumituic Call cni-T. r.'il (Cormr .ate.) Coiue-- for four or elcht teop!- lisht huu-ekeeping near Fair EVANS. i)l. - PHe room-, modern; po-.es-fon immediate! . three car line, after 4 o.kck. P1NN1-. Cb4-oing to Uave the citj , will rfi.t niclv fumieh'-d elcrn room house fom months for $16" iTr month If taken at unc PID. 3S06 NkeH furutelicd nix-room flat to jirlwtc famil. , rtnt icautidble Call to iUi tiMtRIi-ON, i4" N All or am jurt uf moi crn fn mom furntMittl houe (heap ti RRImJN irot-I mnij-he,! two, thre ami fuir nwm flat. .er ica-on.ibl, -"eparate cn tranrr JUDI'N Sto-Furnished flaL of four rom 1 ntli and gas H-si--lPPI 171V Two or three fun-iectlnE front Hum, ruini Ictclj furnMied fur 1ioue- ko piny trainable "J4T" liOl I MtsT-iwo rooms,, com, 1 "to for light h u-ckr-pfng. a" bath. Kl-pn.mp, c-'"-rnlem to rir. Jit- month TIIfODO-I ;:2) Mat of two roomi om pjpte for boil- kerlnt;. gas range, luth and all tonvmlentPs nar Iiir THREE nice, ikan. oo! uptili outetn (xiKied ro mo downtown J7 wfK, rei-ctalil laborhiK nplchlx-jrhoc-I W01M& Fuir I.rokerJg Co M. hftniit t rUENTl-KIPT l! X Xkrh funil-hM four-room flat g lath ard all tomtnieiiccs riRiHiu:i) oit iNrtmiMiuu! 4.1 Maryland Avenue S looms at a low rental. TO LIST FOll m ..rni PURPOSES. RL'TCIU'.R shop spl'-ndid location, fixtures iomplete: furniihed. fnvestigati 1VU Morgan t'HJIM'T. in Large cloro, plate giars front suitable fcr anv purpose. HFSK tocrn Roi.rn J6 Do oto building. 704 Pi-- -t I) EMC rrvnn. "lp-antlv furnished; roller dck, both phones MI Burlington EUCLID 4U7 N New More. 510 MuNN DOW LING. 11 "itnut ft I'IX)R pje power, -levator. r"aonabla rent. leae Oa row 214 Pine t VOl HTH. 71 N - Tlirp-tor buiMInc near WaFblncton a : fine location for Jobber, wholesale o retail, ill niter to -ult tenant, rea.srmble rennt Anl iv 723 N Third Ft GYY. i:oa and i:il New bull line, narehous or manufacturing. c) feet, l-ent ; U'NHI nan.l 27CS I-ifaettR ae PART of office furnllieJ. public PART of a nicely furnlched offUe to if sion slble partv. er reaeonab'e rrl n)m . norttmt corner Kleentht. end lVanlln n PINB. 816 OTir lOi.m. third fl'wr. suitable for office or llKht manufacturing purpose STORE next lo Moll 3 grooer. Applj Dr. G. Morltz 612 Franklin STORH: Kx23 feet irood location. Inquire of Georee Krlfch. 3. N. Tenth fcT. IOUlS. 2V)1A-New rtore: cheap McCNN" riOnUM". 1141 Chftnu, it. SALOON L0CA.TI0NS. X cor. Seventeenth and Cai ae flsant location for aloon; will remodel to suit rent rtasjnabl c cor Ele enth and T lftr. store, Jl 10S H Eleventh t ; saloon, fixtures, toilet, etc; now In store; 335 GRs.CE K SONS. 100 N. El tilth st. FOR RENT. FINE STOREROOM At 215 North Ninth Street, In Friieo Buildlnc. Just around the corner from the Post Office This storeroom Is 16x55. with alley en trance, and splendidly adapted for busi ness purposes. Apply ROOM 618 FRISCO BULIDIH9. Offices for Rent In Heiri of the City. For rent In Republic Bnlldlnjr, Sontli et Corner Ollr.; and Seventh Street., two large) con necting office rooms.- Both are on second floor, one a corner room, the other fronting; on Seventh .treat. For particulars Inquire at .Republic Business Office. IMTIIOVED CITY PROPERTY FOK SALE. RIDDLE. 2127 Tbrea room brick cottajje; 25x 30: 11200 McCANN-DOWLINO. 1140 Chestnut at. CASS. N. K. Cor. Eighteenth JL207 will buy two hou-en rent 3144 per vear. McC-VXX-DOWLINO. 1H0 Cheatnut at. COOK. 451J Bargain in modern ten-room resi dence; easy terms, bee Doctor McCarthy, 03 Iyjcust. MINERVA, 0071 Pretty five-room resldenc-; etabie; cash required, 31.625; choice locality. ETTCLTD. 7R3 Onn of tha nlee'-t homea In the city; 3 rooms and bath; modern throughout: hothouse, also barn; screens: awnings; fruit trees, etc.; best residence district In West End; owner living In it now, but has built larger house and will sell for 37.500 cash Call any day but Sunday up to 1 p. m , Delmar, Sub urban, Olive cars pass at either end of block. UXION, 1335 Nin-room house; flrit-clate con dition; lot 27x125; price SG 00. . WM. KEANE. 100! Chestnut bt. TEMPLE Place. 1317 Nine-room modern home filter; hot-water heating; bargain; leav ing city. $2,400 BUYS 2 FLATS. Xo. 4020 Green Lea place; tno-story frame: four rooms flm floor and five rooms second fi -.-. rent 1W per annum. GRIFFIN REAL Efal. IE CO. 1111 Chestnut. Five-room brick houso; hot and cold water; granitoid basement In flrst-c1a-ttonditlon; 5j-124; 32.750. 4721 Kennerly. 3-Story Stone Front; $4,000, Just think of it! W can sell vou 1X14 Hlck orv St.. a 10-rnom 0 storj stone-front dwelling, tmb'tantlallv built; furnare, etc The lot Is 2Sx 123, and It alone is worth more than one-third what we can sll th property for. This Is -.hat we rail a bargain. Terras to suit. .TOIIX S BLVKE & RRO. 17 N Seventh st S250 Cash Buys Horns. Elegant, new seven-room brick houses, ston front, tllo i of. grand oak trees In vard, inol ern furrace and plumbing; will sell them for 3250 cash, balance 325 per month; 5 per cent in terest; cheaper than rent; take Suburban Park car to North Market st. and walk two blocks west to beautiful Oak Grove Heights; office on grounds., Down to $13,000! A BIG REDUCTION FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. We have Just been instructed to presa the sale of the bcani If ul residence. No. 4258 WESTMINSTER PLACE. It is a 2J-storv red brick, -with rock trimmimts, bavins" fin reception hall, hardwood Poors, gloss-w hite parlor, lovely bedrooms and closets, three baths, hot-water heat, filter, combina tion light fixtures, fully screened and complete in eery particular. This it an extraordinary opportunttv to get a line home cheap. It ha never before ben offered for less than 315,000, but the owner sajs drop the price 32,000 It Must Be Sold This Week! MERCANTILE TRUST CO., Agent, EIGHTH A.ND J.OCIST. FOR SALE. Rent $750. Price S5.500. 1S48-5) North Market st.; twn i-room houses; also cood stable: lot Kil'A. Bis bargain. FOR SALE OR TRADE. 321! X. Taylor ave: ten-room brick houe; hath, furnace; lot 136li0: beautiful shad trees and shrubberv. Will trade for suburban residence MOVE RIGHT IN. S5(U Vernon av.; eight rooms, bath and fur nace; lot 32-140; price 35 0. Possession at once. Open for inspection. Will take $300 cash, balance 310 per month. Rutledge & Kilpatrick REALTY CO., 717 CHESTNUT STREET. b,T?Xd7Mn'iMA't FOR REM' TO COLOIIED. s EVANS. 402S On unfurnished room for col ored Apply 12U vet Belle place TOR LEASE. LUCAS. N. W". ror Eleventh Tor lease. In new wholesale dlitrict secouJ floor eOxlM feet; good light on four sides. Applv Hadiei-Deaa G.ass Co FARMS FOR RENT, PARM. CM acie lnratnl on the hleh bluff ibove th MivtsslppI River line hojse and sta blp Ad Iress 1 Ames T'lsih III 223 acrs 2) miles from Eat l. liQUh ad loinluc lbanon ill on the I! &. O R R. has two eood hoiivtf two lare tarn1 ouibuttdinas orchard" etc als las f foot vein coal lhis Is a fin1 daliv firm r nvone w.uitinK to open a coat nin 11 11 Melnci. IW S fourth IRMS FOR SLE. v B cin -ell voti chcafttt and bt imprcved 2Tnarr farm In tat" lnvctfg.tte this Osarl. ReRv Oj . J OUvc tt MLSICAL. j ABSOLUTELY h-art plac In citv for all kin Is of musical In'trtinriit ulieot 1 and and orihctnt mu-c Uunlth 'i Rr"ndwav PIU"-T ( Iss tloiio tepainng at fnturx wrlt or phon for ttiinat Main 1091M T Rrthnn Piano Mfc "o . 1122 01lv ' HEAR the Soul of a Ktakauv Plino Sine . to hfar i lt o bu It t-M o D.n'l G Dun Itr Piano Co . Fourteenth mid Nurth Market. PIANOS iun-d 31 U. llrst class piano mid r pan tuner Hrd rpahpr; 23 vrB experience ?end iKtiI tn II Kauts 2111 S Rnadwnv HMU'hT-Situation by U ij harpNt HIT Clear -t A IOLIN leons given b Taul Rosow, from Germah 2310 h Hroadwa WORLDS pHtr visitors can liav everlng gcod vucal lemons at half fee. HE iS, Rc rubli Jn5 buj- fine T'lJio tool and i-ovr; easj pa- mems cnuneri fi Mxter. 2(U2 rrarhitti avi BRPNO I.Ntw Awfc) mandolin In mvt leath t canp for 310 bargiln UK 1ft J. Rfpnldle MUrINN Thr-e iniiKlclns. pi i 10 ,frmt an 1 -nr- drum Tike Hotel, near PiKo entiaiie 310 I ins mv i iano nni?t "11 Icailng citv , brfteiln mulc tracher lft23 G Te'fth JlS buv fln uprlcit piano iir, sis K LEEK AMP HitO PI NO t CO. 2317 Park nv W luvs fine plan, full iixe. con JTS3. stool and cover UH X Ixteentn rent mum. Jl SZ IS Ji per month, best assortment, low est price rr-nt allonrt if piano i purchasei' RRvDHPRT I lano Wareroomp. 1012 Hle u P O ?niitli. Mfr A E Whltaker Mgr FINE P3ANOS. WAY DOWN PRICES. r ; smith urn uimdijurt fian'os. 101-'OUKST A E WIIITAKER. MGH FIG MIDSI'MMKR 11AIIGAIN-. NEW riANOs Specl Iom prices this w--k in nil Mne You can neer buv a plnno cheier than rtfclu now l.leeant assortment Fte-t makes. Including tbe celebrated ItRAUHI II Y. 1) Ne Plnno thl3 ek at .. .. J23 $35i New 1'Ianos tl-is weei at.. . . $. IK0 New rian.i IMa week at 1320 5150 New J'lino- thl week at JCw Other prices in proportion 1 ?KD IIANO-J - BHADI1UKV handsome cie ned only four month . SS3; 510tj beautiful mahoKxny upright used six month .. Sill J3;A er fine walnut uiriKht. pood ns new tt J3rt wifnut upright, in fine condition .. .. lj- 7W llalhusluk bahv Krand Jl-0 tSb1) tchomacker square 15 J30 Vose .quare ?6- 37 Hallett & OaUs -uare... J--5 Three nice small square, in Rood order, J3j, IM and 33. OKGAKS. 125 Kimball U-top J10 ll1 Ilent. 9 "top $15 j) Cunp. 8 "tup . W $ Ti Hiorj .t Camp. stop 130 ilv) self-plajlnjr organ, with twent rolls of music ...$10 BKADHUltY PIANO tVAKEnaoi'". F. G. SMITH. MITt A i: WHI1AKBK, MOR- MIS 01JK bTRECT Kl.MtKI, llltOS. 1'IAAO CO., T enty-Elchtn nod Uliie M. PERsOJi.U.. A DETECTIVE (private) dv; shadowing and investigating, ref. P. O Rox 770. St. lis LAUIE;, my ugulator nver fails, compltfl treatment fres. Mrs K Starr. 23T0 Franklin MRS mi. MITH. 2041 Easton. absolute fl elusion before and during confinement, terms reasonable Beaumnnt 645A. Kinloh 143(!I DETECTIVE PoHtlon with ecret-fiervico man to do shadowing or roper by man of J5, rferncei UK lll.-RfpuMic. DR CAZEAUX, 2302 W ash'cgtou, treats irreg-ularttl-a and all fetnale troub.es; years hu ELEC7LRIC treatfwnt for rheumatlf-m; vapor and tub bath. attndintit. 810 Chettmit t. ERGO TOMSO Is ginranteed to relieve sup prfsslon; 32 boi Dr. Cazeaux. 52 Washington. AIRS. BRIDGES Qfflce hoars. S to 1: no medicine IOCS Laclede C ltt4. Lin dell 95M. MIDWIFD Receives during ccn ; ladles in trouble rail: Infants adopted. 2848 Lafayette. IjADIEH will not reirret nllln- nn Mr- Hrtl- tand. confinements: lowest prices. 140? N llth nine a 3fMT7rrrsi' -ni. -. .. "J. ni iv..i.iuniun ictrma VUIUMICUICU13, uuirs, tan ;i p rcitiiMin nee. jii.vt. i uiuiiie. jv iuinuii, irveivt confinements: adoption If desired ladles, call. ma i Tiifup i v-n - tit-- - i- TAPBWORM pelld; stomach, bowels, liver, kidnev and bladder, trouble cured Q7A N Sth DR. ANNIE NEWLAND. Private Ucenfi-dhome for ladles before and during confinement, oldest and mot reliable Institution in tho htate; e.tabllrhed over forty years, home comforts: motherly care; infants adopted; Irregularities successfully treated; sat isfaction guaranteed; ladles In trouble, call or write. 2C31A Olive t. MRS. WARRANCE. Private home for ladies during confinement; in fants adopted; perfect sclusion; bet of care; ladles, call or write. 210GA Olive. Phone lJuTC. DOCTOR H0GAN, 2215 OLIVE. Medical and surgical diseases of -.omen a special!., operations skillfully performed Patients received. .t any time, before and during confinement; Infants adopted, lf de sired, trained nurses, home comforts, ladies In trouble, call or write; terms reasonable. Con sultation free DP nnnnic 2ts9 Washington ave., -dUIIO regular licensed phyl cUn and surgeon, condjets theonly tespectabl sanitarium for confinement In this city: perfect seclusion and homo coirforts; trained nurse; lowest terms, all female troubles skillfully treated under absolute guarantee, ladles, when needing a specialist, come or write mo. BR. MARY ARTHUR, 2B31 'Washington ac, conducts a first-class sanitarium for confinements; infants adopted, elegant accommodations. 20 sears' experience, trained nurses, lcdles. when needing a special ist, come or write; strictly respectable. RM tlFt 3F1I female Regulator: prlco QUL-ULPI OCHU z. 2631 Washington ave. MEDIUMS CLAIRVOYAITS. BRING THIS ADVERTISEMENT, CLAIRVOYANT. SI-LOW FEE-SI KHIRON ; 3522 ?K. Tells your name What yen called for Whom and when vou will raarry. Abo-it buKfnpps etc MME NEWW. greatest fortune teller in the world, brlrgs separate! tnc-thT; gives good luck on horse racing. 1K6 Franklin. DE.VTISTRY. NEW YORK DENTIL ROOMS sLtftflt-lln-r Dent lata. Established for 42 rears. fr. N". W. Cor. Broadway and flH-fc Ollu. Entrance 3 uuve st. ITpB Extracting FREE when teeth ars ordered, l-irgest and old- n ctty We en-ploy the most skillful men in the profession. All work guaranteed. Consulta tion FREE. Do not look tor cheap dentists, but ccme to us and get reliable work at low est prices Open dally from 1 a. tn. to 6 p m , and bunday fro-n 3.30 to l' P. is. DRESSMAKING. - MVE. GTLLOGLY. formerh with Daniels & Plsher, Denver; dies-maUnc. ladles tailoring; special nrice- for 20 davs Parlors AUh Delmar. CAnPKT CLEA1"IJIC. tTLi-ii uiji uuiruiii -r i-. -iiLri sim ACME steam carpet cleamnz. Se jard. 40M Faston: phone Delmar 17iS .MFRP'AN Kfam carpet Cleanlnc Co. Car pets cleaned and renovated; made over and laid Nineteenth and Pine. Tels. Slain 03, D 70. KliriRE Steam Carpet Cleaning Co , W . Wa terman. Manager Carpets renovated, look like new-. 2123 Luca: tel. neaunont "CO; Kin c lio. CHICAGO Steam Carpet Cleanln-: Co : W-J. McCourtnev. manager; carpets renovated: look like newr, Lin. 2SX. Kin. Del. T451. 3S rinnty. DYEIAG, CI.EAMAG. nEPAIRIXG. sTis'-'-t.'''s bTRAW hfttn and Panamas cleaned and bleached at Wllwwi a rlace- 2U N "venth. PHILLIPS'S Dyeing and Chemical Works. 211S t. Jefferson ayr; dveing cleaning tna iKce curtain repairing; goods called for and do llvtrcd; fir-t-class wrk solicited. - g.svoJU G'Qbrl kvM vc,, MONHV WAMCIJ. 3J00A thre vcara at fi rrr wnt n Im proved rrop-rtv renting for ji 00 pr vear, en best street in gt lui HJ 21, Republic 33.0. thr- veais at 5 itr cnt. on downtown 5-tory biibiness corner building; worth three tirn-w th valu- HJ -3, Republic. Jlo.000, three ears at 3 rr cent, ot im proved proprtv renting for J7,y): wortli V.--00 HJ 22 Republic tu.oCO. three ear-, at C per rent, -on 9 rom ton" rIdence In feet front; West Ki d valu 3gQi( hj j jtl)Xi t j jL MOMn 1-. I.OAA. On Real Kstutc. t T O TK.1f .T.V T r. 1 u . -- . . make lounn on cit rfaltv an amount; lowest r-'o. ni no .ipla Biiildin- Iotis rinde t LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT On St. Louis City Real Es'ate at Lowest Rate of Interest. RUTLEDGE & KILPATRICK REALTY CO., 717 Chestnut St. LOANS ON HEAL ESTATE AT 5 INTEREST AND 1 COMMISSION. 1 liaic a laicc number of clients nho. in onie: 10 hae melr menej loaned cut en cool nal .tai sccuritj, will J lwirt of tho oJin mission usually pjld bj the, boriuer CHAS. F. VOGL, 624 CHESTNUT ST. On l-rrsomil lroprrty, MU.NCY to lean In nrliate i.irtv on pllnos fLrnllure or .iny chattel .,r Indorsement 6 per '"'!" Je-r ji'ricti tonndentlal Gb loO. I.e- L)Nb n-Kitidt(l on furniture pinnjs or any lerwinl 1 ropertj it ?. pi i rent pr annum. mnlilenil.il N..tar Itiblli , iti. einut Kt MUNKY to loan on furniture, pianos and Chattel S per rent Ililreit p.r annum and no QHnml-wion sj Chestnut MONEY loaned salaileil people without se eurltj D I.inzet. tij l-pntn bid? . -un JL Pine HkOMeY TO LOAN .,.'"i flLRMrtitE PlANO.s. iioiim;s Do NO! eAII. TO I ALL and gt our rates bifore getting loan ! where, our eislem cues i;V-.V..1MI'' ard SMALL PAYMB.NTb. with Ur.UVTE when jMld before rlui, o ou tinlv fr. for nich time an you hae hli loan. We glio PASS HOOK where all pajment. are -n-teitd We !) not requite puimenti while MLK on out or work no puuhc-ity. no in- tll.MI.MKM E. NO INQflRI . papers can be elfflied at houte and ou can pet monej amo day joa appl We make a specialtv of pajln? oil ati loan or claim again, t goo Is and giv ing more monej It jou cuno call. WHITE Oil iEl,i:i'Ilo.n ns and we will send agent to explain our bYSTEM TELEPHONE KIN LOCH 11 Ul or HELL MAIN "SCI PIWTJ1T IIIlOKhKXGH CO. Room No 41') commonwealth Trut building liroadw-av and OU st . Entrance 1U Olive st INVESTIGATE THIS WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. W make loam? on furniture WITHOUT RE MO AI Wo make no inquiries of jour friends or employer We give jou the full amount in CAbJI not check W arrange pavments to suit jour COW ENIENCE ani RILITY We do not RECORD k-ans We RECEIPT for e --irv pajment made. We nav off anv OTHER IAT or a balance on furniture and GIVE ItOKt iiONT.l We EXTEND pajments in cn., otf SICKNESS We make S IjOW rates as m IX)WE5T grant LIBERAL DIS COl NTs for time money is not ued This is our buIns In a nutshell SEE P.s before get ting a loan ei-ie-where and be convincfd that we are THE PEOPLE. Telephone for u to call. THE HOPsEHOLD IiOAN CO , Kin MIL Room 2M PULLERTON HLDG , ReU Main 41i9 .SEVENTH AND PINE STS. Before You Borrow tiOHEY ON FURNITURE get OUR RATES AND NEW PLAN on which Mill CAN Rt-PAY LOAN AlXORDINO tn YOUR INCOME. Pajments extended IN CASE W MLhKLSS JU U1HEK MISKORTUNE. W pay off any loan or balance on furniture and ADVANCE MORE MONET same day jou npply. NO INQUIRY. NO PUBLICITY. Call. writo or telephone Bell. Main 3SSM or Klnloch C1S0. NEW YORK nNANCn CO . ODD FELLOW i- BLDG. SID OLIVE ST. opposite Post Office. Loans at 3 Per Cent. WE make XJO NS ON1 FURNITURE. PI--inO.S E1C. without removal NO PL HL1C I"Y. fee us before getting a LO N elsewhere; will save you monej: CHEAPER RiI1S; LO.VOER TIME SMALLER PAYMENTS We paj on anj LOAN or balance c.n jour FURNITURE- Pay at your CONVENIENCE Liberal n-iDI'XtS. Call and be convinced Write or telephone. Klnloch A 63i UNION FINANCE CO . J! and 3HC Oriel bids Southea-t corner Sii.th and Locust. Entrance 31". N Hixth. opposite Barr s We make loans in amounts of 310 to SJOfl on FURNITURE PIANOS HORSE&. WAGONS; without removal. We accept the SMALLEST PAYMENTS and make the EASIEST TERM? of any com nam In the clt. Call en us and b convinced 31 23 weekly pajs a 3T5.00 loan. 31 C? weekly nass a S70.00 loan. Stic weeklv Days a 325 M loon. 40c weekly pas a 315 00 loan. Payments can b made monthly IT desired EXTENSION GRANTED in cae of SICKNESS r out of work It ' easy to borrow money from us and easy to ray It back. If you WANT MONET, save MONE"i by borrowing from us. AMERICAN LOAN CO . 15 Burlington bldg 810 Olive st. Take elevator to sixth floor. MONEY AQV&NGED ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS. Our rates are the LOWEST EVLU OF FERED, and JOU MAKE jour OWN TERMS for paylntf back loan In WEEKLY. MONTH LY" or YEARLY" paj-ments. We lequlre NO PAYMENTS if jou are sick, out of work or meet with misfortune We NEVER REMOVE coods NO PUBLICITY or INQUIRIES Money advanced SAME DAY jou apply We Invite INVtSTIGATION and COMPARISON. Call, write or phone Main Z7S4M or D MIS. and our agent will call. NATION L LOAN CO, ROOMS "03 AND 211 MERMOD-JACCARD BUILDING. SECOND FI.OOR. 407 N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST ST. Money Loaned (New Way) WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS People In ne-d of financial help can get strict ly confidential loans at the foMowing rates: 3100 POR 8 Pnt CENT PER YEvR. 375 FOR S PER CENT PER YEAR. 3M TOR S PER CENT PER YEAR. Other amounts In proportion, on furniture, pianos, etc. without removal. Cash advanced ame day vou apply Bee u and we well help you. ROVAL FINANCE CO. Suite &2S rrisco bJllding. corner Ninth and Olive "ts phone Kin C 1751. PRICE-MEISE & CO. WII.I. GKT OV .HOO.OO for l.OO a Year. ST.'.OO tor ?1!.00 a Year. 130.00 for s-.00 a Year. ?25.0O for ?1.00 a Year. , Arv othei amount in proportion on TURVI TURE. PIANOS. Horses, Wagois or any other f:ood seeuritj-. Room ("15 Mermod-Jaccard bulld nir. Kinloch. Phone D 1!H6 LOANS ON FURNITURE, Rati and terms unhard of. Look. JI iO weklv p-wr a 373 00 loan 312) wcekl pas a 3WM) lon. 31 00 weekly pan a 350 09 loan. 75c weekly pas a 30 00 loan Paynr-nts may be made weeklv, Rcmniontbly or monthly It Is to jour Interest to conult us. All b-slnesa private and above lnard -e us. CHEMICAL FINANCE CO . 501 Chemical bldg . Eighth and Olive sts LOANS ON FURNITURE. A satisfied customer Is thp bet asseL I aim not onl to sattsf. but to please. SALARIES PURCHASED. JAMES T. BAKER, JR., iOS-509 Missouri Tfust bldg. Km. D HI. (Fornurlv Manager lor John W. Staley.) WE LOAN MONEY On our pluin uoic. if jou hold a salaried po&iilon, lo on turuitnrc. ffiunoa, etc. Lowest latts, taslest teirn. quicki and quietly. Phon C 1567 .ST. LOUIS INVESTMENT CO . Room 1118 M'itsouri Trust Bldg . Entrance 7o5 Olive btreet. Money to loan In anv a-nount en all kinds of personal proper.. Rargains in unredeemed pledget 912 FRANKLIN AVE. Lowest Rate Loans.. Wn will TAY oft uny DEBT jou OWE and ADVANCE jou MORE MONEY on jour I'lIR. NITliItn. F'lANO, horses and wagons: goods left In jour POSSESSION; WLEKI.Y o--MONTHLY pavments; lOWLST RVTES: dls ecunt given if PMI before due Call or wnte. art N. Tenth n . room 311 Ozark butldln;. THE ANDERSON FINANCE CO. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. W furnHh vou money tpiiekly and tonfiden- if-IK rifhnitf -ernrlf t . TCattnnal r"rft I . Toems )01-?92 Chemical "bldg. Eighth and Olive. MUd JiI,i: x ! MOMCY TO LOA ' mm On Person! Property LAST ST. LOUIS LOAN CO. Leans mado on household goods and all kinds of pergonal propert , easy monthlv pamnts. Room 225 Mi Ca-laivl bldg . 223 CoIllnsvilI ave. Phones Bell i:ast 1K2M. Klnloch S-t Cla'r i MONEY inVANRFn Sil IRIFR PFJQPl E. Teamsters boardlng-houFr keepers -nithout s1 curitj . av piyments. Iirgpst business in -V prlncipTl cltie-. Tolman, Jfll Holland bldg , Zll Clii stnut. WAI.I4 PAI'EK. MILLER Tall paper stor remved from 1J3 I ranltlin to 23i1 Faston I Jiapr a room for 31 70 (omplele Klnloch. 2011 Dflmir EHRLIi'II pro pafr rKc-i. 3icach. work puarantfed painting reasonable 40h) Laston SECI1ET SOCIETIES. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ACME I.OPGE. NO Cl K OF P. MEETS eel Thurda" eenins: at 8 o'clock, e.t 4ate Hall, northwest corner orand anl EasUn rnu3 Members requested to attend regu larlj Visitors cordially inlltel .. ,. FllNI HKRIH C C - V. CIKton K of It. i. S . UiZ Et Iyiuis aenue ,(V UllOItA LODGE. NO 6. K. OF P . MEETS eiery Thursday at Delabars Hall. outh-ea-t eornr Elm anl Broadway Members are requested to bs present, visitors eordally In Mted. K J TP.OIS, C. C. Attest: J. J. Hund. K. of R & S. CA.VILE IUI.L COLUMbIA LODGE. NO 2i. K. of P.. meets .ery Tuesday e.u ins. Century building. Ninth and Oile. East Hall Tuesiay. July ."u work In rank of Knisht. Members requested to be preeent. Mslt oi s welcome. ALEXANDER NICHOLSON, a C J 1 Demr". K of R a- S- CASTLE II LL OF MONITOR LODGE. NO. fis. K of 1'., meet eerv Thursday even ing In Centurj building. Ninth and Olit. streets. Msltors always welcome Members ex PJ H. H. JONES. C. C. . J. Otto. Kecpcf of Records and Seal. F11LP.K GItaVT LODGE. NO ". K OF P. Howard" Hall. Thirtieth and OIh. meets tvirv Wlmdiy at oclcck Work al wajs on hand. Mtltor welcome R P FRITtCHLE. C. C V. nol)-rts. K otfl.ii. S. IViODOC LODGE. NO . K. Or P.. MEETS v everj Tucftday evening at 8 o clock at Anchor Hall, l-outh'vekt corner Jefferson and P-irl anuejf fake Ccmrton Heights. Park or juerion avenue car .viemoers are expected aj I vliltors cordially Invited to atteni. Work tn rank of Esquire Uso emolter. A II NORRISH. C. C IJH Cass K of R &. S. flflJDOC LODGE. NO "). K. OF I'.. MBETa 1 every luesdjy evening at 8 o cick at Anct.ur Hall, southwest corner jeffer.oniiid Park avenues Take Compton lleltnts, park or jenerson avenue ears. vimoers are expeeu anl visitors coidlallj Invited to attend Work in rank of Equlrt A H. NORHIbH. C C. I I! Cass, iv of R. & " PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 304. K OF V . meets every Wednesday evening. Century nulldir-r. Ninth and Olive -treets Msitors in vited E N. ROBINSON. C. C w A Gray K. of R AS YTH-iOORAS LODGE, NO. 5. K.OFP. meets every Widneslav evening at castle hall, northwest corner Grand and Easton ave nues, at S o'clock Members expected Isltlng brotners alwajs welcome E B IIOLLEY. a C. IJ. Ettlnscer. K ot It. i a, 3j Easton ave nue Kinloch D CtS WABASH LODGF. NO. US. K. OF P . meets every Tuesdaj evening at castle Julj M. work in the amplified tank of Knight. t -it tvr nslnrim. le O. L. OEBORN. C. C. M C. Shulte. K. of R. si t. WALNUT LODGE. NO. 211. TL. OF P.. meets every Thursday at t o clock p. m at Blair Post Hall, No 170 Market street. Work in rank of Amolified Knight Thursdaj. visiting Knights alwavs welcome . , ,. r . , HARK S BOWHRS, C. C. W. J. H. Perkins. K. of R. &. S , No. 4218 Connecticut street. ZULEMA 1 ODGE. NO. 321 K OF P . meets Mimdaj evening. August 1. in -all ... I. tenth fl-or Centurv building, at 8 o clock Regular convention. Page ranK at Easlts' Hall August 5. World's Fair Pythtan team. Members expected and visitors cordlallj in vited to attend FRANK J. VOLMBR. C. C. Attest. O M Brouks. K- of It. i S. V O Box. 1)65. ACIEJiT FTtEE AHD ACCEPTED MASONS. BEACON LODGE. NO. 3. A. F. A. M.. Broadwav and Benton Street Regular meeting- thU (Thursdaj) evenlnt at 8 o'clock Work in i C. degree visitors welcome. GEO. II. QROTE. W. M. GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 5, A. I". & A. M.. will hold special commu nication Tuesday. Auust :, 7..M p. m.. Masonic Temple- Grand and Finney avenues Work tn V.. A. and F. C. defrrees sVisltora are Invited to be with us.. GEO. W. JAMES, W. M. W" I.. Reynolds. Jr . Secretarj , V ISSOURI LODGE. NO. 1. A. F. & A. M Called communication on Saturday neit at 3 p. m . Cortnthlan Hall. Grand Avenue Temple. M. M degree, seven candidates M W. Brother William F. Kuhn. erand master, will be present durlrir tlie evening and assist in the work. Members and visiting brethren are requested to attend .1. W. KRUBGER. W. M. John H. Deems. Secretarv. NAPHTALl UODGE. NO 25. A. F. 4 A M. A regular communication will be held thte (Thursday) evening at S o'clock In Doric Hall. Masonic Temple, Grand and Hnney ave nues. Work In K. A. degree. Members ex peclea and visitors frite-nauy Invited lo attend. LEWIS MAAS. W. M., No. 4397 West Belle place George Pierce. Secretary, No. uce Kennarly avenue ST. LOCI9 LODGH. NO. CO. A. F. A. M Stated communication this (T lurs o.iy) evening. July 14, at 8 o'clock. Ionic Ha'I Masonic Temple. Work first and second de grees. Visiting brethren fraternally welcomed JOSEPH SPIRO. W. . Ed Ivj, Secretary . TRIBE OF HLN HUR. "" - -. -!-, , - -,--XlLIsILj EUREKA COURT. NO. 3S, T. B .. MEETS on the llrst and thud Thursdays of eacn month at southeast corner rifleenth and Cass avenue. All visitors cordially Invited By order ,. - , , X-OU1SSENDKU Chief. ' Attest: L. C Lav In. sc.lbe. No. jula Cass avenue PHOENIX COURT, TRIBE OF BEN HUR. No. 68, meets flrst and tnlrd saturdav. at Fifteenth and Cass avenue, southeast corner Visitors aiwajs welLome. t V- F. KAISER. Chlet Jno. Hennessey Scribe. 12 Madison trwt. SIMONIDES COURT. NO 61. TRIBE OF Ben-.I-'.v' nieets every Ihursday night at Len-Hur Hal), northwest corner Twent-sec-end suect and Franklin avenue. Visiting sons andDaughters of Hur alwajs welcome ANDREW J. SNIDER, Chief. Ceorge R. Davis, Scribe, 2136 Franklin ave. meets everj. tecond and fourth Thursday evening- at 8 o'clock In west hall. Century building. Ninth and Olive streets. Members requested to attend. Visitor, are alwajs wel come. Next meeting Thursdav. Julv- 14. - . oDO,C'OR " p JORDAN, llesld.nt. T. J. Ssnd'fur. Swretan- Jt.MGHTS or COLU.MBIS. AAAAeMMA'iVV KENRICK COUNCIL. NO. 686. KNIOHTS m v. uiu.i,uu3. nti-i:,-, oriy rccuiiu ana lou.th WeJnesdaj at Rose Kill Hall, No. Mt7 Maple avenue. Visiting knights alwajs wel come JOHN TAUL l-HEW. Grand Knight. Walter T. Cunningham. Recorder ARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO. bOC. im Knights of Columbus, meets every hec ond and fourth Tuesdaj In the west hall. Cen tury building. Ninth and Olive streets Visit ing knlerhts cordlallv Invited TRAN'K O. CUNNINGHAM. Grand Knight. ? P. Ionard. Recorder. ST. LOUIS- COUNCIL. NO. 43. MEETS everj first and third Tuesday at West t-t.d Hall, southwest corner Finney and Vande- venter avtniies visiting Knignts are coroianj lnvlted EDWARD Dt-VOY, Grand Knlgnt. Joseph F. Lamy, Recorder. MISCKIJLANEOLS. LYON COUNCIL. NO. 31. 1. O. U. A. M. Meet, everj Mondaj evening at Ande's Hall l crthwest corner of Jefferwn avenue and Peatolozel street. Visitors are welcome. 1N L A. WDI3MANTEU C. R. Boll, rsecretsrj. ZJCa GayQnadi street. OCCIDENT AI CHAPTER. NO 1S3. O. B. 3 . will hold an open m-etlng in Convention Hall Grand Avenue Masonic Temple, this Thursday at 8 o clock p m. to celebrate th-ir fifteenth annlversarj. Members are reijuested to be present and visitors asuured a ccrJIal welcome. CORA D. MILLIGAN. W. M. Theresa Ashton, Secretary. KNIGIIT 'riniPLAHS. 1VANIIOK COMMANDERY, No . K. T.. holds regul-ir eonclavb thi" (Thursdav) even ing at 8 o'cloci. at Mafonlc Temple. Grand and P-mney avenues tVork, Magnanimous Order ot the Temple. Vl-ltins fraters courteously Invited. HERMAN MAUCK, E. C. Attest: II F. Mardorf, Recorder. ROYAL ARCANUM. BENTON" COUNCIL. NO. 113. It. A.. MEETS on second and fourtli 1-rldaj. of eaca month In hall No. 1. Cdl Fellows building. Ninth and Olive streets Visitors alwajs butt. Ily weitume M. R. WINDHORST. Regent. H. J. Brajn. Secretarj. ;jai Uorg.n .treat. Cabannhcouncil.no. i-ti4 roya. -canuni. meets at Rose Hill Hall. Mapl. and Hamilton avenues, "near World. Fair-" on the second ami fourth Thursday of each month. A cordial welcome to visitors, friends, brethren and members from abroad. THEO. S. KOCH. Regent. 4u4 Missouri Trust building. tv. Jsnktns. Eecretarj. P. O. B WW. vrV. "--? i & SECRET SOCIETIES. iww),eeeie,w "-V INDEPENDENT ORDEB ODD FEI- LUWB nnnnnnrii- -i ..-..enn .wM..ss.e. ANaiOR LODGE. NO. 321. I. O. O. P. mcts evr Monday evening at schtiette s Hall. Nlneteentli and Wright streets. Work a. the degrees. ,"itlnSj,b,fth-o7i'v''lvf''N.' G David I'cttj. Secretarj," 3113 North Ninth street. LACLEDE LODGE. NO. 7J. I O. O T. meets everj- Thursday in HsUl No. 1, ood I-ellows' building. Visitors cordially wel comed , THOS A DAVIDSON, N. G. C. F. Steffens. Secreurj. ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO S. I. O. O. F.. meets every Saturday evening at s o clock at Odd Teilows' bulldins. southeast ear ner Ninth and Olive streets, in hall No. 1. ivitors welcume and members expected to at tenl N. MA'l HtSON. N". G. H A Hamilton. Secretary. WILDLY LODGt. -NO. . I. O. O. IT. meets Tuesday fvenlig of each week at hail No l. Odd FeUiws' building, corner Ninth, and Olive, at g oeFc.K. Isiting: brothers in vited to attend Inltfaturj- degree. August 1 s. J DALRYMPLL. N. G. W. D Reed. Secretarj. independent order of foresft-i;ms-. "''''''ei.SS GOPRT UJTK HRILLIANTE. 1NDKPENP ent Order of Poreetr - Meets on th second and fourth ThurdJjs f each month .it s cl ck at Ftonman Hall, northeast corn-r ax Xxiust -nd EIeenth streets. A IMttng brothers aro cordially invited F ROTFRMAN Chief Ranger. Residence. No Z-lbX t-oulard stret. W G Wright, Reiordlng f-Wretary. Reji dence. No 4--21 Kennerly a.nu- UOVAL ARCAMM. IMMWVWsyvsVN GRAND (Ol'NCIL MI-SOI'RI. ROYAL Arcanum. Nos. 3'i' 311 Holland Building A cordlil welcom" to visitors, friends, bretnrfn and menbers from abrced Aroun & p John O Killings" orth. Grand Secretarj riax.eeil Qaotationa. Clncaio. Jul 37 Flaxseed showed an ad vance of c bid for cah and futures without trading, "v'o 1 Northwestern was Jl 24: No t Jl lRlj and Julv .uvl Sept were SI IS' bid Re ceipts w-ero 2 cars here, 4 cars at Minneapolis and 23 care at Dulutli Turpentine anil Roaln. Savannah. Ga . Julv 37 Turperllne firm. v!V Rosin stealj. A. Tl. " J2 3-i-s. D J2 33't:: E J3-!7- F J2.42,, C. J2 47,: II JJ f. I V: - K KM Jl .Bi, N J3 81"3. W. G. SI 23',. W W . it Si's. REAL ESTATE MEN 'I PLAN SPECIAL DAY. Committer lo Report on rraBtse uicntn for Celebration at the j Pair Till. Tall. j Plans for a special 3a for real estate men at the World's Fair earlv this fall ( will be formulated at a special meeting ' of the merat-ers of the Real Estate Ex change at noon to-day at the exchange. The ad.iEjbllltj- of ha, ins such a day was discussed at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the exchange last Thurs day. A committee, composed of A. H. rrederick. II. U lladel. J. P. Blake. F. S. Parker and Sidnev Scheie was appointed by President Fred G. Zeibis to arrange. ror such an occasion and report to tho members at to-day's meeting. Agents consider that a special day at the Pair would be of ast ben-tlt In advertis ing St. IjuIs real estate abroad, as per rons Interested In realty from all over the country would be present and becom familiar with the city and the excellent opportunities afforded for investment. It Is probable that a national association, ot real estate agents will be organized at th same time. Tract of Vacant Gronnd ivold. A fourteen-acre tract of vacant prop erty atom- Natural Bridge road, between Union and Arlington avenue--, has been told by the St. Louis Union Trut Com pany to Ulv A. Twelkor for J25,C. The ground is beinc; graded and platted for residence purposes. Real Estate Transfers. CHEROKEE - 33 f t , s. . being :44 Cherokfe. citv blots: 1373. CasDer J. Ateidemann and wife to Wllhelmlna. Arste w. d CAbTLEMAN 30 ft., s. s . bet. Thur man and Klemm. city block 4313. alo 62 ft. 5 In , s. s. Florissant, s vr. cor. Marc-la. citj bioclc 4394: Will J. Terry Realty-and Investment CO lo Frank a. Horlne w. d CHOUTE-U W ft., n. -, west ef pring. Chas F. Kraemer et al. to Metia Kraemer qtc. d KING'S HIt.HWAl' 120 ft.. '. s. bet. Fountain and Delmar. city block s7tS: Win. Z. llcConnlck to Chas 1 Graj- RIDGE-2'rt!.'"n."s"."bet.""KTngs' hiih waj and Academj, city biovk. Zlti: Samuel A- Mathers to Anna Niemann w d UNION' 23 ft. w. s, being 1817 North Union, city block 4v13D: Marie L. Lange. and husband to Daniel J. W'augn WITSNsfi:R-7r."iL"aVTBeu"fcraK and W'arne. city block 39-4; W'tn. C D'Arcj et al to Eliza L. and Jans It. Glover qtc. d SHAW SO f t . ". s , bet. Grand and t-prlng. city block 4K!), Henrj- Troll, bj testy, trustee, to Charles Troll M A lUNBIS ' It" " w" " s V "bet." "wVn'nebago and Chippewa, city block 1667S; Fred crick Schlazer to Henry C. Gall and wife w. d WARNE 100 ft., e s . bet. Florissant and Carter, city Mock 3337: Cecil s,i;s SO) ' 1 I,!"0 2.3QS ao i 1.S03 I I steinkemper to t,ena steim-emper w. a. TWBNTV-K1RST S3 ft-, w. s , bet. Bt sell and Ferry, city block 3433; Robt. D. Cobb and w If e to George W. Strodt man and wife w. d DEUIAR-C ft., n. s . bee Spring and Vandev enter, cltj bluck 3730; Juliette M. Parish to .Elizabeth A. Farlsh ELEVENTH 3o"'ft"e.''3",''no"rt"n'"o't 'Bre men, city blc.k 1218: II. C. Pollman Jfc llros. coal and sprinkling Co. to Ger hard H Koch and wife w. d MAI'FITT CO ft-, s. s . wrest of King's hlghwaj. city b'ock 4o01N; Elizabeth Realtj- Co. to Harry Gevecker and wife v.. d MICHIGAN 75 ft. It, In . e. s , bet. Caldwell and Rates, city block "Sttf; Robert M Carter to Mary E. Berg feld qt3 1 BATES 60 ft., s. . bet. Minnesota and Michigan, city block 28t3. Oscar A. Bergfeld and wife to Ltsetta Bergfeld qtc. d ..... QUINCY 40 ft., s. s . bet. Pennsylvania and Mlnneiiula. citj block 3013; Peter Geusmueller to Pauline Schmitz w. d.. WARNK-30 ft. 35 in . s. r . bet. Emily and Florissant, city block 33S8: c. F. Schuermann and wife to Henrj- atick fort w. d ARbENAL-W ft., s a. bet. Ninth and Thirteenth, city block SS0: Mabel M. Ferguson et al. to Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association w. d VON VERSEN-33 ft., n. 3 . In sob. of Ann BIddle's estate: Ernest Galcr and wife to Henry Kuhn w. d VIRGINIA 30 ft . e. s.. bet. Gej-er and Russell, citj block 1302; Joseph W. Ve-borg to Alb-rt O. Blanke qtc d... WE3TMINSTER-S f t . n. s . bet barah and "(Vhlttler. city hloUt 3311: Richard Morrow to William II. Fornoff w. d . WESTMINSTFR-6S f t . n. . bet Sarah and Whlttler. citv block 3911: William H. Fornoff and wife to Harold Realtj Companv n. d . WASHINGTON 35 ft., n. s., being 3335 Washington, citv block 3752; Clara Cook to Hattle Cook et al w. d MAPLE 33 ft . n. s . bet. Hamilton and Hodlamont. citv block 3S29: Lculs R. 3IcDermo:t to Ellen S. Crane w. d.... McPHERSON-".!. ft., n. s , tet. Lake and I'nion. city block 43o5: Archibald N. Craig and wife to ...ichar.l F. Good now fund 11-17 int ) w. d MrPHERFON" "- ft., n bet Lake and t'nlon. citv block IMCR: Richard F. Goodnow to Davidson Bros Improve ment Companr fund. 11-17 Int.) w- d.. Mcpherson so ft . n. . bet Lake and Union, city block 490I.B- William C. Goodlet and wife to Davidson Bros. Improvement Company (und. e-17 int.) TECK 21 "ft.""iin . w s . bet. Kos.rnth and Ballej'. city block 1I42: Anchor Real Fstate Company to Ludwlff Tlartz and wife w. d NATURAL BRIDGE ROAD (Containing 14 acre-). .bl Union and Arling ton, city block 4513; -t. Iuis Union Trust Cn to Uly A. Twelker w. d .i. OBEAR 61 ft. w. s-. s w. eor. Carter, citv- block 24v6: Home Realtv and Imm t. Co. to Frederick W. Caspar and wife w. d.. G1BSON-25 ft . n. s . bet. Boyle and Newetead. ettv block 5114; Anna Hoevel and husband et al. to B. It. Stoltman TOWEli"KROVIs"fr"8"YnVw-J"i""jir w-. cor Norfolk, citv block 397S: Louise ' Hutchison and huenard et al. to Gus tsv A. steffensen qtc. d , OLTVF 50 ft n. s . n. w. cor. Garrison city block 1021: John W. Howard and wife to John W. Howard Llnuor Co. w il , Iir.DIAMONT-3.-l ft fi In . w. 9 , bein-f l-. and 1"35 Hodlamont. citv Work ?;43: Amell-i If Miller to Ernst C. Iloecns and wife w, d MKNARD-33 f t . e. s . beln. 1S40 and H42 Menard, citv- block 333; Adolnh Stall -t al. to Prank Babka and -wife G OO DV-F LLO W 'p LA CE'S 'f LV V.' V '." b-" l-.l --J0 Goo.1f.llc place, city block 4-l' Roman htranz and wife to Katie Mean spl. w. d , 1.050 511 1 I S S.3S0 3,300 1.78J 1 4.S0O 4. tOO I S.SO) N 1 2.730 1.S04) 2.S9 23,00 1.140 t I S.M0 S.C00 1.M0 Bnlldln- Permits. Miss Mary E. Pip-, ons-slory brick dnellms at No. 6033 Maffttt; J2,W. J7MIGe'ySrTjV!6oo,'0"5tt,r3r brlCk dwlu-- ' Ko .hTJn,mtrbu-l".0"!-t-3r brlck store and marthous. at No. 4007 Manchester; W.0--3 ..5,V.Vm?-Ho-lc' orrrte Block and tn- S& s ttv -a j' vW-S c W V. -t