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ft 'ncT'r wr iS";,'T'"?,"' XKiif:' m THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: MONDAY OCTOBER 31. 1904. pwjtse Ka-Jw j par -- k r ep?- .: K i:. sv t fT iSxl fp Pfi 3ill.rwwijjur.in Kiiii.iu.T t ' "OFFICE of the Wwgins Kerry Company, Se- V curtly Building; iroinn anu ukui 51 . nu 5 Iml.. Mn tlctobrr 21. 1334 NGtlcT to the StGck- U" holders of the Wiggins Ferry Company: Th" f- gins Firry Company will b- held at the office r.r said company In the city of East St. Louis. St Clair Cuunty. ill . 03 iucraay. Aotnurr F, JC. 1) MOI. btlnc the second Tuesday o said month, at I o'clock p. m . ror the purpose of ejecting five directors to srro during the wi ailne year, and to take action on sjch other troslness as may be presented. Folia of the meeting open from 2:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m.. un less the objects of the meeting be sooner ac complished. Th stock transfer books of ssld company will be cl-5ed from and Includlns Oc tober 37. 1304. to and InclJdlnT November 8. 3904. J . E. CATItniGHT. Secretary. OFFICE of the St Louis Tranrfer Railway Company. Security llulldlns. Fourth and Lo cust streets. il. Lonls. Mo . Oct. 39. .13 No tlce to tho Stockholders of the St. Louis Tran fcr Kallnay Company: Th annual meetinc o. the stockholders of the St. louls Transfer nail way Company, trill be held at the office of 'aid company In St. Louis JIo. on Wnetaj.. Ij& t ember 9. A. D. ISM. blnc the first VednesJa sf:er the second Tuesday of said month, at 9 n'cloek a. m.. for the purpose of electing fiv directors to serve during the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as mi be presented. Said meeting 11111 be contlnu-d at least three hours, unless the objects for which It Is called b nrrompllsrM sooner. VT. K. KAVANACGH. rrcsldent- J. E. Gathrlcht. FecreUry. OFFICE of the Unity Realty Coripanv. Se curity Building. Fourth ana locust Streets, bt. Tsui, Jtlssouri. October 15th. ISM Notice to ine DiecKnoli-rs rf the Unity Realty Company: "Tho annual meeting- of the stockholders of the Unity Realty Company will be held at the ol ??e of said company in St. Louis. Missouri, on Wednesday. November Sth, A. D. I'M. belns the first NVcdnesday after the second Tuesday of said month, at 9 o'clock a. m.. for the pur pose of electing three directors, to serve during the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may be presented. Said meet ing will be continued at leart three hours, un less the objects for which It Is called bo ac complished sooner. ,. . W. K. KAVANAUGH. President. J. E. Gathrlcht. Secretary. LOST AST! FOUND. DOO Tvnt. white and sable: name Victor. Return to 232. Lucas ave. Reward. DOG Lost, white female spin doc; near Llndell entrance, Forest Park: reward IX re turned to 6045 Llndell boulevard. FOUND Harris's new store, where they sell Vst shoes In St. Louts for S4. 407 N. Sixth st. HANDBAO Lcst-en eastbeund Olive car. near Grand, about 3 p. m,, black morocco handbag-: liver top and chain: containing coin purs- and white pearl beads; liberal reward. SK4 Wash ington ave. NOTICE Is herebv tlven that twe (2) EOtM slzaed bv A. B. Thomson, dated St- Louis. October 17. 1M. payable ninety (90) days after ihelr date to- the order of A. G Rdwards ft Sons' Brokerar Company, and by It In dorsed. ach for the sum of fie thou sand dniiars fd.onft mi. and bearinc Interest at ' " the 'rate 't four and one-half per centum (4S per recti. rer annum, rrom maiuruy. to eaci; cf (which when lost was attached a collateral Mirfcement securlnr Its payment, are the prop rror of the undersigned, and have miscarried ln.the United States mall, and all persons ate hereby cautioned ajtalnnt dealing In the same In any manner. Waahincton County Bank, Po toslTMo. Jt. Lcn't. Mo.. Oct. 2. 1904. POCKETBOOK Lost, pocketbook. between Twentieth t. and Jefferson aie.. on Cass. Re ward If returned. 2327 Cats ave. ? WATCH-Lost. ladys Kold watcn. with In L ItlaJs I. B.. on Sunday, between Klrkwood and fr-2 t uH.M., T- wTl li i9n,lmelr re- KT warded by returnlnc to anutheast corner Twen VS ty-flrst and Walnut sta. : 'laTBATIOira WA3ITED FEMALE. 4MMMA 'CIVitSBmiUAlU wants Dlaw In hctcl. Stella auCMi. 220 Uorran. Iw tr 04(iIm 1 mhaj jutnlr. in nttiai lamT-It ? CM! or wrlie 2007 Tva. gt COOK SItuatlcn by plain cook In small pri vate family. 3837 CXttogc ave. nnoir sttiiaiinn bv firnt-claps German cook: piiifohouKnald: be?t reference. SS46A Olive et. rz, 3frnirKitatifm bv fln cook: can do an 3 COOK Situation bv fine kinds nice cooking: state wages. KB II. Re- f, panne ! .TTDnREwoRK Situations br two Getniaa bo .lr4 n An Bnrtil hftrrWtrnrlr RVlK fHrt. itfe nr ants At.a m Va hrwnx j. nf Tltf. fljMC .UIUtIII4 IU UiAV uuiuvt , . j, ... fc jura, aaicp. iyjg Docpawui. ?T 40. V I TTt-mtlWcei - - ,Mrt ai.f vtw Of Ss1s ffni v 4LiltJA7JiOCT W11T w ?. I m. . lun "" SftFiiie Kntt?r on cjarrigon. KfrriUAUNDRESS Situation by laundrets, to ro I cut by the day. 2305 Biqqic at. f f .Tmnpw irirtl9s tmrnflre. can take In few more washlnrs. 214 Jf. Theresa ave. I.ATTNDTtESS firaall washlnr to take home: rlstem -waterj nice yard to dry; references. '.AUNDBESS Good colored laundress want Rin work for Wednesday. Thursday and fTMay: ty sMl postal at once. Mrs. Hicks. 1224 Tyler at. KnnRiPHER-Yonnr lady stenographer withes home work during spare time. KB 7. Republic r -v-eSfa experience. KB t. Republic r- Tixrn aaIihwI wrvntn wflnf liniift clsntnr bv the lv. 191 Unden. STOVE REPA3RS ASji. O. BRAUER. alO-SlS Jt. TEIRE STREET STOVE REPAIRS Ati STOVES . Ad ranee. Jilssourl Stove Repair Company, ml UiK.' EIrhth. Klnloch A 97J. Bell Main 2303. esr -rf """'-"'''"--r-- fCACCOUrITANT will open, close. InveIcat. RIAlfHIUISUXCt SCCll B1U.JI KU r.iauiwuif, K.ui fcfij'yoabetter results from your capital Invested. Bjc jjiWinpiB. .n Ag3. BOOKKEEPER Thorouah and reliable boolc Jteeper wants position. KC HI, Republic. DRIVER Situation br experienced driver I we! lacauainted with city. Address 924 Mul lanphy st. IrnREUAN Situation as stationary fireman rra low-pressure Doner; oest or city reierenccs. ji. r.. 4vi j. uroaawvy. MACHTNIST Yonnr mnn. -machinist, dfslres ooBtUon: erectinsr work preferred. Albera. 6022 X.; Broadway. f.'.X ' MAN and wife wants to take cbanre of farm B-J t or-ranch. 4300 West Belle. k'jt PAINTER'S apprentice wants situation: 2'4 P l yeans at trade. KB 1C7. Republic I if,, v SITUATION as apprentice In a barber shop: fjv- one year's experience; references. B. B., 42S Ba.Eajton ave. .'STENOGRAPHER An experienced stenccra- f.'-'prscr, occupieq in morning;, aeores posiuon Tor i. afternoona. JW 154. Republic " WATCHMAKER Position by experienced man; aalary reasonable. S813 Easton. f,rti WORK: tend cow, furnace and general work on pnvaui place; can love raerecces. ku ikj, rRspnbllo Barnes Business Collere K'XBmrA t EdocaUon BnJIdicr. SU Isocust it.. . dm or Shorthand tralnlnr. established 23 iv!: ytarm. CatsJoffne free. HELP WANTED-FEMALK. WfWlaWllssllaiWss.s ipl HomsjeicecpcrB. f-K' 0f0000m00tiis0m si" HftTTKWK Ws-JrPETt TTrirlrl nr limmpkiner: nne gwimng to work; gooa wages. 2SS3 uveas ave. . HOUSEKEEPER Working houteieeper; one Ifc&Tehn ran rarM fnr rfi!Ir.rn. RT 22 Tlintibllfi. tUcrlca sind Collectors. MSSIW.MSHIWH. SSji CASHIERS for World's Fair srounds; free UVTMtas: ohance- to see Fair cheap. Commercial. E53CTJPIn st. taas.msiriiSs'Bi sstwBssssn a "JV aai"tJSsaaBjsasmajisaaij. sa &t MMWMWWWMpM r OliSXVUiiKArjiiinaiounB iaay gtenorim- Bi phfr: railroad and other vacancies; $33, $30. a-S. eign ,troa.. ucnuiry ouuamc. K RMNT S0R00L-w,4rno ssS month tre. Drmughon's Practical Bus. CoIL, feg-Band. typewriting and ; .-, lora ana uirrw.-isooueepinr, penmansnip, saort- m tnsiisn orancnea IMIE1 MlllESl CillFBF ?L 4-w www.- ww VV Ht tBoard of Bttncatlon tralWlnr, Ninth and Txxmrt d5 innrBcuoa in pooKaeepinc norrnana. trpe- tjiwrjuBi fuia uie jMigiun uranrijcs , csiaDUSDOu - catalogue tree. HAYWARD'S Eb'Sv'BualDess and Shorthand College. 21, 231, 22L w V-XOdd Fellows OUlldlnr. Individual !n(rtill r. Individual Instruction Itlnc, 3ookkeeplng. Arith- r.'f.ld Shorthsnd, Typewrlllne. jy ntte and Permnsnshlp. Phone S75 day and night. sasa'Bjitaiaai siiirinviiasisa MM r- nvoiwa dnuniiiARU uuLLtot. jylvanol Dulldlng. mm olive at, Shorthand, Type- l&SWe bav aomethlng to otter In our new Chattier S-fjilJIectrlc Shorthand that prospective students iltg cannot afford to miss. Pay and night school.. fftbJtmtfhww BUSINESS COLLCQE. .'-sDolph .Bnildlnc. northeast corner Seventh and juocu& ni. rail lerm, oay una ninoi. now Jdpwu- special rrtce for a limited time. Call, - 'fe- " ' ... i- SHORTHAND f&RllSrKESS COIaI-EGE, GRAND AVE: AND TKH'WDSOE PIACB (OPPOStTB HIGH : iwiaioow. iw rnroe rnomns. : one montn nVJ- IKl"7 J 1Ti lUUUUIt lllltTT IIIUUIUJ, 4U.U. -fifo ?rr7BdOTH0 & nj? mTWsMSM M Mfrw M M fjm w M r w-mr '.. car..NInUi-and lyicust; entrance 4W N. . Xtatk: experienced teachers Kio Individual in- . ica. 'arithmetic, penmansrlp. "English, fcpjn- jefc 'artthmetlc, penmam last. Herman, etci Day scl itersa; of thpsartnoiiths tir jaooth w' term' of ' scuooi sin per monin nr ihs-for'su: nlcht school iof roar monthd Tor Sll.. rji , ,i .: - L. . ? IBHWivnBlur Ml uurHiniuufu;ai43iV WsApff. at-A-MtU ta.,lata, WUA.- ,- " J T&tt&IT&lC.! Mi vi aa sssbssssbssb saissu.iuiB iui sui vui-suauus.u.flivtu'11 invsm kmo w -. ssssv w. ssssssssi ' asss-sBs UlSLP WASTED FEMALE. Hoaseworli. GIRL; best waxes. 5S74 CI em ens ave. GUiL u work ?n lamny: gecu wages. Page, ave. ilOUsKGIHL Girl 1111 Pine. for general housework. IIOUSEGIRL-GIrl to dj general hausewctk. 2112 Arsenal ft. HOUSECIRL-Reliable German girl fur gen eral housework. 1338 Victor at. liOUKHGIRl-Xo washing or outside work: good v-aee. 159 Washington. IlUUbKGIRlV-GIrl for housework: lh; good wages. 2109 S. Grand. IIOUPEGIIH-Glrl for genral housework: u washing; good wage. 1232 Elliot IIOUSEGIRI-Glrl to do general housework; nice heme: big waces. CIO lUstcn. llOUMIXJIRIy Good girl, aged It years, to as sist In hou'cworl.. 2:14 S. Seventh st. HOUhEGIRI-Good girl for general house work: no laundry work. ES10 Maple ave. HOL'hEGJRIy Girl for general housework; good wages: private family. S203 Maple ave. IIOL'SEOlRI-GIrl to assift In general house work: good wages. Apply at once. 4207 Cook. liOUSEGIRIr-3ood clrl for general house- wcik: good cook small family. Oli niapic. HOUSi.GlRlr-Good housegirl. 5510 Maple ave. HOUSEGIRI-lrl for general housework: two In family: German preferred. 4143 Delmar. HOUelXlIRtr-Whlte girl for g-ntril house work: sood wages to competent girl. 2233 Olive HOUSEG1RI, Girl for general housework; ery small family. Apartment K, 411 N. New stead. HOUSEGIRI-Glrl to do general hous-work: gooa wages; small family. Apply av vkm wim kce st. HOUSEGIRl. Girl for genral housework; good wages: no washing. 4S33 Cote BrllUante (in Wagoner placed HOUSEOIRL White girl for general house work; family of three: new house. Apply 440 Vernon ave.; reference. HOUSEGIRl, Girl for general houseworlr good cook: with cr without washing: go' iod wages. C211 Vernon ave. iroUSEGIRL-Glrl for general housework: washing and Ironing; rmall family; rood wages: must understand some cooking. 1801 jjaxayeueave. HOUSEMAID An experienced housemaid for upstairs work; city references required. 44a Westminster place. HOUSBWOMAN Woman for general house work: to go to the country. Apply otter 11 o'clock. 2CJ2 West I'lne. Covin. COOK Good cook; rmall family; no washing. 255 Westminster. . COOK Woman short-order cook; night work: IT a week. 1328 Market st COOK Good cook: colored woman preferred; S25 month. 4100 West Belie. COOK Good wages and good home for good servant. Anply at 7 Benton place. COOK A good cook; wages $20 month; ajl5tlng girls. 118. 2846A Olive st. COOK German girl to cook and assist with housework: private family. 241 Pine st. COOK-5Irl for cooking and downstairs work; familr of four; good wages. 4225 Llndell. COOK Will pay good wsges to competent wjman; no laundry. 4503 Westminster place. COOK-Oood cook; good wages. Call at 41 Vandeventer place; side entrance, befora 11 o'clock. COOK White girl to do plain cooking; fair wages; references required. Apply at 43 Lln dell boulevard. COOK Middle-aged white woman cook In small boarding-house. Apply IS St. Clair ave., Eart St. Louln. COOK Girl to cook and assist with laundry; upstairs girl kept; small family: good wages; E112 Westminster place COOK Good cook: German preferred. 4S38 Eerlin ave. Take Olive st. car to Taylor ave.. Maryland division. Walk one block north. Tate TTes. EXPERIENCED sklrtmaker and helperi. SB Mermod & Jaccard building. GIRL to work en custom coats, at IK N. Eighth St.. third floor. rciRLS to sew on custom coats and panta. i Market, second floor. OPERATOR Experienced operator to sew ladles garments: can earn 15 to IS per week. M. B. Loewensteln & Co.. 617 N. Eighth. SHOE fitters, skivers, folders, closers, eye letters, tip stitchers, back trappers, vampera and girls over 18 years of age to learn. Fried man Bros. Shoe Co., Paeiflc Factory, Jefferson and Madison. SIX good experienced heel stackers and girls to learn. Friedman Bros. 8hoe Co., Fadnc Factory. Jefferson ave. and Madison st. . MAKER Exp-rlenoea ekirtmaker: waistmakcr. 4487 Evans. SKIRTMAKERS Experienced aklrtmakeri; steady work: highest prices. Progress Mfg. Co., 717 Lucas. 'Walti-etnt'-B. DINING-ROOM GIRL In restaurant, at 1130 N. Broadway. DINING-ROOM and pantry girl. 1402 N. Broadway. DINING and houseglrl or man. Belle DINING-ROOM GIRL 2728 3. Ninth St. WAITRESS for restaurant. 2123 Market. WAITRESS-Expertenced Pine st. arm waitress, tee WAITRESS Apply at Baltimore Cafe, 2804 Locust st. WAITRESSES AND KTTCHENWOHAN N. Seventh s. WAITRESS-Good wages, rant, 1S23 N. Grand ave. Call at restau- WAITRESS-GIrl as waitress In lunchroom and restaurant. 1734 Chouteau. WAITRESS No Sunday work: must be ex perienced. Old Kentucky Restaurant, 403 Franklin ave Laudreasea. WWMWMVMVWMMVMWW4MWWWtAAAAA4M LAUNDRESS At once: references.1 4424 West Belle. LAUNDRESS White laundress; reference re quired. C049 Catea ave. LAUNDRESS-Good white laundress for two days of week. 3119 Locust St. LAUNDRESS-Competent laundress; come to worsr Monday morning; 11.54 a day. 4604 West minster. LATJNDRESS-Competent laundress by th month, tn assist tn housework: small family. Apply 228 N. Newstead. LAUNDRESS Competent laundress; white preferred: for first three days of week. Call Monday morning before 10 a. m. 224 N. new stead ave. Dressmaker atad Seasaatreaaea. GIRL to sew buttons on ladies' garments. M. B. Loewensteln Co.. 817 N. Eighth. HANDS on ladles' shirt waists. Inquire at 1007 rranklln. SEAMSTRESS Experienced seamstress at Langstras Dyeing and Cleaning Co.. 1301 Park. SEAMSTRESSES Operators on Singer ma chines to sew overalls, jumpers ana pants. Ferguson-McKInney Overall Factory, third floor. BroadwRv and illckory St. StJWTNO GIRLS-At once, girls WWW on children's dresses; power machine; guSd wages. 1103 Elliott ave J SKIRTMAKERS Experienced aklrtruakers 00 custom skirts; good wages; steady work. 4205 Olive St. Hanca. NUR8EGIRL Immediately. N92A Morgan. NTJRSEGIRL White nurseglrl; raferenca r eulred. COO Cates ave. NTJRSE Competent nurse for young baby; good wages; reference. Call between ) and 32. 5237 Westminster. NURSD-French nurse for child years old and assist with housework; references re quired. S3S N. Newstead. NURSE A flrst-clsjs nurse; German pf? ftrred; to assist In houseworlr; call Monday afternoon or evening. 944 Cates ave. Mlaeellaaeotaa. wvMwwwwwwMwrtwMMwewe-wweM CHAMBERMAID Holland Hotel, Sixth and Franklin. DIHIWASHER Woman to wash dishes and to help in kitchen. 523 Franklin ave. GIRL to assist In restaurant: easy work. 1422 N. Jefferson ave. GIRL or woman for Kitchen help; S4.W per week. 305 S. Fourth st. GIRL Best wages. 6S74 Clemens ave. GIRLS Steadv work SfOod nav. FersTttson- McKlnney Susp. Factory. 1006 Locust st. GIRLS to pick mitt: must be over 14 year old; light work: experienced girls maka K to 18 perrweek. Apply ill N. Second 'at. GIRLS In our candy manufacturing depart ment. Apply O. H. Peckham Factory. Seventh and Spruce sta. LADIES Steady home work; leisure hours; 115 weekly: estab. firm. Room 421. 7a Ollva. LADIES, we teach halrdresslng, manicuring, facia) massage, chiropody an electrolysis In few weeks by our method: busy season now; posi tions waiting; 110 to p) weekly paid graduates. Call or write. Moler College, 1110 Pins st. OFFICE GIRL-Apply at St. Luke's .Hospital, BOO Delmar. TWO women to scrub and wash dishes; M 1 week. 1216 Wash!nrton ave. WOMAN to work In kitchen, 118 N. Twelfth. WOMAN DISHWASHER 70S N. Seventh at. YOUNG -woman for lunchroom; night work. 1220 Market St. HELP WAXTED-MAUE. Bookkeepers. BOOKKEEPER At once, experienced Book keeper for prominent position: glee, St.' tools references: state whether married or'atngls and salary expected. 8T tVReptlbUo. ' -' Ste tsatatsaasJWjas,sswaaa)Tsa STENOGRAPHERS ' Mala t aeaaass; p HELP WAIVTED JIALE. saasaastMkiajMrVwVVVVWNrVrsVAAMArr) The Trades. BARBER-Good, steady barber. 1404 N. Broad BARBER KIrst-class, Pine st. steady barber. 1114 BARUbK Good Carr st. barber; (12 guaranteed, lis BARBER KIrst-class colored barber. Sarah at. 914 , IIARIIER FIttt-clars barber; lis guaranteed. 44S2 Delmar. . EARUER-Good, 9. Broadway. steady; 112 guaranteed. 2367 BARBER First-class barber; 112; half over 111. 2844 Eaiton ave. BARBER-SC6 Market St. BARBER Steady barber; anteed. 1!h2 rranMln ave. HO a week guar- BARUER steadv job to right man; preferred. Ki S. liurteenth. BARBER Good steady barber; 112 guaran ted and 60 per cent. 702 Chouteau. BARBER Colored barber; sood wages. Clarendon ave.. or t2C0 Suburban track. BARBER Union man. 4 BAltBER Good sober barber; steady place; good pay. Call at HI JT. Vandeventer ave. HARBER-Call Monday. 1843 Cottage ave. BAltBER Bring tools; JI2. 103 X. rift;-nth. BAItUER Good steady barber by November i; union shop. .Addles D. Melnz. 4822 Easton. BARBER i'oung man about 25 jeors of aie; no night work: Sunday. 11 a. m. Apply Na tional Hotel. East Ft. Lou!s! BARBER At Beardstown. III.; no Sunday work: close at S o'clock; J12 per wek. Apply AuguM Krn Barber Supply Co , Twenty-second and Chestnut. BLACKSMITH HCL.PER-2412 C-m ave. BLACKSMITH HELPER First-class carriage blacksmith helper and woodworker. Klanz Carriage and Wagon Mfg. Co.. 3034 Gravols. BRICKLAYERS Nonunion stock bricklayers: good wage?; steady vorl: till Christmas. Ed Dickey. Old Manchester and Tamm ave. CARPENTERS Three nonunion carpenters. Call In the morning. 4C2 Cottage ave. CARPENTERS Good all-around carpenter, nonunion. Apply at 555 Burlington building, from 10 to 13 Monday morning. CARRIAGE ELACKSMITH-Strlctly first class carriage blacksmith. Wm. Young Car rlage Co.. 4524 Delmar. COOK Restaurant cook. 2404 S. Broadway. COOK Frying cook; come ready to work 7 a. m. Monday morning. Union Baking Co., rto Wa hlngton ave. ENGRAVERS Good commercial lltnograpners to go to Canada: good wages; steady work. Ap ply, with specimens. The Ault A Wlborg Co.. 211 N. Third. EXPERIENCED flrst-elara butcher and meat cutter. KB 117. Republic JOB-FRE9S feeder. Apply 295 N. Main. MEN and Boys to learn oiuuibing trade. Corns Bros. Co.' echool of Practical Plumbing. 4rl 4875 Kaston ave. Send for catalogue. MILKER Married milker can have steady place and earn good wag?. GR 78. Republic. BAKER Third baker, or young man to learn trade. 1039 Park ave. PAINTERS Carriage and 928 N. Sixth st. wagon painters. PAINTER Nonunion. Call at northwest cor nerof Twenty-second and Chestnut ats. PLUMBERS First-class plumbers, also fore man able to draw plans, etc Coyne Bros., 4973 Easton. POLISHERS Four granite polishers. Syenite Granite Co.. 125 3. Fourth. PULLERS-OVER on women's work and boys over 14 years of age to learn. Friedman Bros. Shoe Co . Pacific Factory, Jefferson and Madi son. SHOEMAKERS Good heel trimmer on la dies' shoes; hand-lasters on welts: Beaudry edge-setters; young man for shipping-room; boys to set tacks, and good first-class cutters on men's and women's shoes; also boys to learn cutting. Friedman Bros. Shoo Co., 3117 Locurt st. TAILORS at once. H. Five tailors and three bushelmea J. Krebs. 2923 Olive. TAILOR At once. 2C15 N. Broadway. TAILORS Two tailors, at once; good wagei; steady work. 152 S. Vandeventer; take Park car. TINNER A good tinner. Venice. III. G. W. Kaseberg, TINNER First-class Jobbing Park ave. 1S58 TINNERS Two good union tinners on fur nace work. 4SM Easton. TINNEBB-Apply 24 S. Main. TINNERS Two first-class tinners and one fnrnaco man. J. W. Walsh. 7121 Manchester. WATCHMAKER At, once, a first-class watchmaker and Jeweler; one who can do good engraving. Address Box 153. Cartersrllle. Ga. SHOEMAKERS WANTED. McKay sewers and standard screw operators, men's work. Roberts, Johnson & Rand, Hick cry st. factory. MACHINISTS AND IIILERMAKENS First-class nonunion locomotive machinists and bollermakers, accustomed to locomotive works: first-class cay; no fee charged. Apply at room S. 113 N. Sixth st. CTIerka aatt Collectors. CHECKERS, loading and billing clerks, for wholesale, freight and ware houses; 150 to 165; all positions guaranteed. Acme. 1523 Market, CLERK Drug clerk: experienced Junior; college privileges. 1801 Olive CLERK Experienced cloak or clothing-stock clerk. Singer Bros. Ninth and Lucas. CLERK Hotel clerk. 18T month, board end .room. Mississippi Valley Co.. Ill N. Eighth. CLERKS Hardware clerk, 118; cigar cleric, Jl: grocery. 112 to SIS. Apply ill N. Eighth. CLERK fcr hotel storeroom, IS month and board. Mississippi Valley Company, 111 N. Eighth. CLERKS Shipping clerk. 1SS; two stock clerks, 173. Mississippi Valley Co, 111 N. Eighth st. COLLECTORS and outside men; large real estate corporation: 112. 118. American. 913 Olive. DRUG clerk; three to five years' experience. Apply 1600 Biddle st. DRUO CLERK Junior drug clerk, with three or four years' experience; give ag. experience and rotary expected. WP S. Republic GROCERY CLERK With good references. S. w. cor. Garrison and Montgomery. GROCERY CLERK Young grocery clerk. with reference and experience, Ztol u Chouteau. JUNIOR DRUG CLERK 3201 Franklin. JUNIOR DRUG CLERK Or boy. with sev eral years' experience, to work In drug store. Call Claus, Ninth and Montgomery. SHIPPING clerk. 112: receiving, J12: billing, tl4: wholesale house, lit. American. SH Ollvv. TIMEKEEPER and commissary clerk for contractor; near Hot Springs, Artr, Acme, 1523 Market st, TIMEKEEPER, 180 month; recelvlnr clerk. 175; accountant. isr, HI N. Eighth st. Mississippi Valley Co . YOUNG man for real estate and bt-oUerage office: 116 week. Apply 111 N. Eighth st. YOUNG man to travel with drummer: 167 1 month and expenses American. 919 Olive st. YOUNG men clerks; miscellaneous vacancies; 130 to 163; booklet free. Llgh Bros . Century. YOUNG man for chipping and packing de partroent, lit week start. Apply 111 N. Eighth. YOUNG man travel with drummer, ITS and expenses. Mississippi Valley Co., HI N. Eighth st, TOUNO man as assistant secretary for largo corporation: ISO month: advancements. Amerl can. 819 Olive st. Boys. BELLBOYS Two bellboys at Westmoreland Hotel. Taylor and Maryland aves. . BOY Ferguson-McKInney Susp. Factory, 1001 l40CU6t st, BOY to deliver horses. Jefferson ave. Horseshoer, 2341 S. BOTS Bright, neat boys; 214 N. Eighth. light work. Apply BOY In drug store; must have references, 4107 Easton ave. BOYS over 14 yearn of age. Either TraaselL 4000 Laclede ave. BOTS Fourteen years old. Mengel Box Co., Folsom and Lawrence. BOY 1805 S. Broadway. BOY or young man to learn pressing clothes in tuiur suui. UXV M i.jjui c,q. BOY Fifteen years old: reference; at once. Apply 305 Mermod & Jaccard bldg, BOY about 16 years old. In hardware store. Apply to 8. W. Ward. 1408 Market St. BOTS Good boy. Apply Missouri District Telegraph Co.. 7t Pins, second floor. BOY Good strong boy, 16 to IS years old. to sell souvenirs. Bertocchinl Bros.' Hotel, Skln ker road. BOY, 14 years of age, willing to work; steady employment. Smith A Davis Manufacturing Co.. Twentieth and Locust. BOYS-Brlaht, Intelligent bora about IS jaara eld for whoTesato house: apply In own hand writing. KC 163. Republic BUSBOY Apply at the Breltlmg Restaurant, 411 N. Broadway, upstairs. BUSBOYS for Allen's Lunchery. CI Pine st. DRTVER-Oood boy' to drive batcher wagom. 1582 s. Jtfferson ave. GOOD strong boy for drag store. 4333 Easton. OFFICIO boy to leant trade; -wage modarata. as Ten t Temple building. OFFICE BOY Apply at 217 Morgan at. OFFICE! BO Y-Offlee boy at room 48. 415 Lo cust st- union Electric Llitit and Power Co. t seekers for Eft, Louis ave. "BOYS- 100 BOYS ' FROM 14 TO 16;YEARS OLD. BOTTLING DEPARTMENT, ANHEUSER BUSCH BREWERY, ELEVENTH 1ANDPESTAL0ZZI. HELP WASTED MALE. Laborer. FIVE concrete laborers; IonsfelIOTr boule rarci and Lafayette ae. H. F. Gruetzemacber & CO.! KORXIO'8 LABOH AGCNCY wanti to-.ay 1 G9A laborers, teamaters. chopper, irrubbera and station men for ntvr railroad In Arkansas. LoufeJana, Mf."eL,Mpn,. Indian Territory, Mi pot.rl and Illinois; alto brlds carpenter, rlle drJir men, camp cooks, -waiter. blacksmfth(, farm hantl,, irarciener, etc.; fre- pasn to all. If ou wflnt worl', aoDly to the oldest, mot reliable and rejiponnlblc labor apener In St. Lou's. KOCNIG'S LADOR AOCNCY. C12 Walnut nt. LABORERS at Kirg's hlhway ard Page. M. Hanick. LABORERS for street and concrete wort:; Sixth and High sts.. Belles Hie, III. Hill-Gay. nord Conptructlon Company. TKAMSTERS at PestalozzI and Oreffon ave. n. Wh-Ian. TEAMSTERS nt stable. Twenty-fifth and Warren Ft. E. Wlrdan. TWO I--teani &utfiu for l ard. V V. Clark. Vandal la. cradlnjc: 2S COO III. Sllsoellnaeoaif. ALI-ROUND man Grand Anue Hotel, Call for chief engineer. ANY Intelligent pron may ejrn pood In come corresponding for nevspapers; experience unnecessary: ferd for particulars. Pre-s Syn dlcat. LorlcDCTL V. T. APPRENTICE Book binder Address KC 112. Republic. apprentice. BOOTBLACK none but first-elate need zv ply. 30C2 Washington. BRIGHT soung man to travel and collect for real estate and brokerage company; $12 to $13 mk. American. 319 Olhe m. BRIGHT young man. about IS veara of age; must lie with parents and nave fl rat-class ref erences KC U. Republic. BRIGHT young mn for shipping, packing and stock rocms of wholesale shoe, grocery and hardware houses; positions guaranteed.- Acme, 1523 Market et. CHECKERS, packers, -driver, handy men, $12 to $16 week. Apply 111 N. Eighth st. COLORED Dortere, housemen; alo factory hands. 310. l week. American. 919 OUve st. COMMERCIAL EMPLOYMENT CO. guaran tees all POEitlona or money refunded. Apply at S20 Pine st.. upstalri DENTIST Al all-around laboratory man; state salary, experience and references. Ad dress Doctor Burt Marshall, Natchez. Miss DINING-ROOM MAX Colored ; must be perlcnced; I2.1 month. 2312 WasNngton. DISHWASHER Man Franklin. to nash dishes. I50S DISHWASHER for small work. 2301 Market st. lunchroom ; light DISHWASHER Man place: . 2919 OUve Ft. dishwasher; small DISHWASHER An experienced colored man dishwasher. 190S 9 Jefferson ae. DISHWASHER Man dishwasher; J5 a week. Christopher's. 713 N. Lefllngell ave. DISHWASHER, at once. 105 N. Eighteenth. DRIVER Experienced carriage drier; sin gle man. 2623 Cherokee st. DR I VEvR Dolman and Parle DRIVER Young man to drHe laundry wagon downtown; $25 cash bond required; must have had experience in driving. Apply Sunday morn ing from 10 to 12, UnUersal Laundry, 1S28 Lo cust st. EXPERIENCED bundl Bros., Xlntn and Lucas. wrapper. Singer FIVE men, handle baggage and mall: sure promotion to good men. Acm, 1523 Market. HELPERS for tinners. IKS Park ave. HOTEL runner with license; good wages. 31$ Locust st. HOUSEMEN Nat young colored men for housework. 41S3 Morgan. HOUSEMAN First-class colored houseman. Call Monday after 9 a. ro. 1019 Thomby place. JANITOR Single man who can wash wln dowsL Call at Republic office, S a. m., Mon day. Osk for C. A. D. KITCHENSIAN Man to srorlc In kitchen; no Sunday work. 304 JJ. Third. MAN to take care of rooms, eon ave. 150S S. JefTer- MAX to clean silverware at Westmoreland Hotel. Taylor and Maryland aves. MEN TVANTED-Men to see Harrira union iann II shoes. 407 N. Sixth st. MEX for fence rang;. Wen: $1.75 day: com pany workjlonsr Job. Commercial. 830 i'lne st. J.tEN for handllne baccase on steamboat; 0 month and found. Commercial. 820 Pine st. MEN and boys to sell c-oods on passenger trains; steady daylight runs; eood pay; 310 to 315 a week. Apply to Mr. Jordan, railroad news office. 1000 Walnut, near Union Station. ORDERLY St. mar ave. Luke's Hospital. 9300 Dcl- PORTER Colored boy for porter In barber shop. 3003 Thomas. PORTER Barber shop porter to work Mon dajs. Call ZS49 Olive. PORTER Young single colored man to do porter work at the Central High School lunch room. Grand ac. and Windsor place. Apply Monday rooming. RECRUITS for naval resenes, about to be organized: must be between age of 21 and 45. Apply Armory, Fourteenth and OUve, Friday, I p. m. REPRESENTATIVES In every county; good pay to hustlers, an De Soto building. St. Louis. SPIBLBR Good spicier; call et once. A. Levi Loan Office. 1709 Market st. TWEXTT-FTVE men for Inside factory work, 310 to 312; winter's work guaranteed or get your money back. Acme. 3523 Market. TWO young men for factory work; 310 week to commence: permanent. Commercial. SJO Pine. TWO bartenders. $18; assistant floor man ager. 30); for leading concert hall. Acme. 1523 Market. TWO youne men for express company: per manent positions; good pay. Commercial, 82S Pine st. WANTED Party who can devote few half days weekly Instructing In mechanical draw ing. Coyne Broi., 4373 Easton. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; few weeks completes by our method; can earn ex penses before completing: 313 weekly paid grad uates; special inducements at present. Call or write at once. Moler Barber College. 1110 Pine. WANTED Recruits for Uie u. S. Marine Corps: able-boJled. unmarried men, between 21 and 3S; gor character: must speak, read and write English: marines serve at sea on mn-ot-war m all parts of the world, on land In our Island possessions, and at naval stations In United States. Apply Recruiting Office. Post Offlce bldg.. Eighth and OU' sts . St. Ixnls. Federal bulldlnr. Kancas City, Mo.; Corby building. St. Joseph. Mo. and S20 Church st. Nashville. TeniL WATCHMAN, wholesale house. $73: Jir.ltcr, department store, 370. Mississippi Valley Co . Ill N. Eighth St. YOUNG man to learn the dairy lunch bul ness. Apply 709 Pine. YOUNG man to run en passenger trains, to SU week. Ill N. Eighth 312 YOUNG man. aga 14 to 16. to work in men's furnishing store. 414 N. Seventh. YOUNG man to run on passenger train; ei perler.ee unnecessary. American. 919 Olho st. YOUNG man for advertising crew. South: 314 week: must hae reference. American. 913 Olhe. YOUNO men. hustlers, to sell the OClclal Programme on Fair grounds: good commission to energetic workers. Apply by letter or in per son to W. F Programme Co.. Hall of Con cress'a World's Fair ground! -HELP WASTED- FOR CAUFORJTIA. TVB RECEIVED aOOO ANSWERS TO OUR ADVERTISEMENT Published In Help Wanted Column of This Paper October 13, 19M. IP TOU WANT TO GO TO CA1JFORNLA. With Thosa 25.000 Men Who Will Be Wanted. Send In Your Appli cation at Once to MURRAY is READY. 634 and (3S Clay Street. Stin Francisco, cal. LAENDRY HELP. EXPERIENCED sorter and machine girls. Compton Heights laundry. 2713 Park ave. FOREMAN Strictly first-class laundry fore man: also bundler, marker, two starchers. for Dallas, Tex. Apply Monday till 2 p. m. O. 3. Icachman. at offlce Grand Laundry, 30M Law ton ave. LAUNDRY HELP Experienced gtarcher and mangle girls and girls to learn. Mercantile Laundry, t!319Manchester. ACUEBTS AltD SALKstOCX. MSms.wsMWMSWMSWS Bmlesnaasa. SWWWWMMSWMWe.SiMMMSSW Hlt00 SALESMAN Good retail salesman: one who understands cloaks. KB 133. Republic BALBSMEN Experienced salesmen to travel; good opening for a hustler; reference.. Thomp son, aoi Olive. SALESMEN Two salesmen in each Stats; IW and ejaii n sea I permanent position. Fenlcka Tobacco worts Co.. Bedford City. Va. SALESMAN Experienced traveling salesman tor oneot tse Unrest neckwear manufacturers la the west: splsndld opportunltr. for the right JT lu. Kepuonc TOUNO man to act as salesman: tSO month and asmrnisston. Cbmrnerclal. 820 Pine st. Asrsmta. AGENTS In city i big money; quick returns. Star PortraltCo., 1WI Franklin. AOENT8 to sell Dew orlrlnal, ticket. borough Btoalo. 17H Russell ave. Galns- Cstmraasersu CANVABSER to travel; JM straight salary; mast be capable.. KB m. Republic FCRfllSHED HOUSES ARD FLATS FOB ALK. 0sssjsJs1ssjssssisJaMsJs ONB Br-ioom and. one four-room furnished flat. 107 N.-Ewlns;; right-hand bell, nUSI.ESS FOIL SALE. COXFECTIONETtY: fine location; avera; 310 day: owner leaving city. K12 Market st. CONFECTIQNERY and grocery, wltb llvlng roomi: a bargain: leaving city 2130 Miami, CONFECTIONERY, cigars, tobacco; line can dle. laundry, news staml. 2722 S. Broadway. FIXJrtlbT store, with lunchroom in connctlon. fixtures to run IKS Olive. riR.ST-CLSS restaurant ana choo house: ben one of kind ;n city; ell cbeaD If Uken at uirr tn iasion. v FIRST-CLAfari restaurant in downtown dls- irirt; nne -equipment: mrney-maker; Ptlljwn Catering Co. Office. Merchants Hotel, Twelfth and OUve. GOOD-PAYING Chouteau. restaurant; chap. 2730 GOOD furniture repair phop established for 13 years; will srll cheap on account of sick ness and old off. 4470 Eastcn ae. IN a good coal mlnln town, a new. up-to-date clothing, shoes ant? furnishings butnss; annual business J IS, COO to $20,C00; monthly pay roll in the town at mines $30,000 to $50,000; will gHe up place January 1. Address Box 234, Gwynn P. O., Ark. JOB printing office established trade; has cthr huln.g. KB 72. Republic, owner LUNCHROOM: bargain If sold at orcerf cood trrde from latlroad points; sickness causing sale. ff76 Chouteau ae. NEATLY furnished nn-room house; full of E rentable roomers; bargain: cash or time. 2331 el mar. NEAT reaurant In &0-room hotel; good loca tion Sot transient trade. Call office. Merchants Hotel. Tv-elfth and Olive. OLD-ESTABLISHED tailor ehop; first-class business; fine stand; must sell account of slclt nets; sell cheap. Inquire at 800 Geyer ava. RESTAURANT: n-ar Unlnn Station: bargain If cold soon 11 N. Twentieth RESTAURANT: cheap for cash; with living rooms: rent $14. 2202 Chouteau ae. RESTAURANT; doing good business; cheap if sold this week. 3223 Franklin ave. RESTAURANT; good-paying buslne-s: with in one block of Post Office. Iu9 N. Ninth st. RESTAURANT; four living-rooms above; clearing $300 monthly: $400 buys 1625 Olive. RESTAURANT outfit; chairs, tables, gas ranges, ice boxes, water cooler, etc.; cheap. $18 Clarendon. RESTAURANT opposite Union Station; aver ages 575 day; no Wo-ld's Fair proposition; pay to in estigate this Inquire 2027 Chestnut. ROOMING-HOUSE: fine ccrner; 12 rooms, furnished; great bargain. 2301 Lawton. ROOMING-HOUSE; 10 nicely furnished rooms: block 4150 Delmar ae. JA CO. Republic. SALOON: old-established place fine corner location: dissolving partnership. 820 E. Fourth. WILL accept a good proposition for a nine room houe. newlv fu-nished; fine railroad loca tion: worth Investigating. 1748 Chouteau ave. ROOMING-HOUSE; 11 rooms: Washington; will invoice contents. public. block JA 59. 1100 Re- ROOMING-HOUSE; furnished Itgat housekeeping; bargain; 9 Theresa. complete for rooms. 14 S. ROOMING-HOUSE: 13 rooms; also restaurant; three blocks from Union Station: rood reason for elllng; Investigate. KC 72. Republic. WILL sell all or part of first-class rooming and restaurant business; oil has got me; loca tion 804 N. King's highway. CSIffESS CHANCES. BEST plac to have that overcoat or suit tailored Is TIcknor's, in X. KIintb; tailor for the trade and public. FUV e;ood people can set biz; returns on monthly Investment of . or more: ellt-edgs en terprise Just startlne. KB IN. Republic. ONB-HALF Interest good-paylnjr business; fine proposition; to risht man. 4S1T Easton ave. PAHTT (lady or gentleman) to lmest 53.000 to 310.GC0 In established chattel-mortsaze loan business: a sal and proDtable investment; un usual opportunity. KC 30. Republle. TEN people can make 31,000 each en invest ment of 3100 each. KB 121, Republic THREE DOLLARS buys acre oil lease! 25 years, wonderful new Arkansas oil field. Fortunes in future sale of leases. Write Bailey, Mo. Pac. Immigration Agt., Little Rock. Ark. rOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. VNra4siitsslBakaahaaaaaf!Baksak ALL kinds of Welsbach lirhts and BUDolles: Sood mantles, loc each; 3 for 2Sc Condon ros.. 1026 Market. BUT Dalnts. brushes, arnlshes. wnlte lead; 4g to 6Ua Great Wet-tern Paint and Color Co., 814 Manrhester. 523 Franklin ave. CHEAP; nearly new National cash register; total adder. Joseph Rauer. 1344 S. Broadway. CHEAP, new frankfurter broilers. Sexton & Straublnger make, $1.50. Jos. Rauer. 1341 8. Broad wa. CENTURY plant: very rare; over 20 years old: at a bargain. 2735 Geyer. EIOIIT-FOOT show case: also dental engine for glass engraving. KB 60. Republic FINE billiard and pool tables and supplies. A. EL Schmidt, 22S Market ft. Main 27KM. HYDE Coal Co. soecial. lie buihel: rood enou-sh for anybody try M buhIs. 459 N. Elrhteenth: Kin C 2125 send costal LARGE restaurant: gas range, dishwasher, fine tables, chairs and meat block. 1726 Olive. SECONDHAND flreprocf safes; sJjo two bank safes; bargains. John Baurnann Safe Co.. 413 Washington ave. TAILOR-MADE overcoats and suits, bat-.; sample shoes. 60c en 31; lob lots for country merchants. S. Gordon. 806 Morgan. SCO feet fln railing: very cheap; ai"o sand bake oven. 24M 9 , Broadway. DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK? Have you a leaky tin. ahlngie. felt or lroa roof? Cover It wlili Mastic Rooflrg. It is best for old and nev roofs, and for valleys, guttcri. dcks. balconies, etc Mastic Root Paint and Rooting Cement will stop small leaks. Writ, for samples and Information. National Mastlo Roofinr Co . Chemical bldg. SHOPWORN AND REPAIRED SCALES N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND O.ARK. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Wanted. ALL kinds feathers; contents of houses wast ed. Wolf. 1S21 S. Broadway. ALL Unds of household goods boncht. & Co . 1143 OUve. C 742. Beaumont 128. BErORE movtn-r. sell furniture and feathers don't want: send postal. Ashton. 1111 S. Jeffern. rEATHF.RS; very highest prices oald; honet weight: postal. Globe Pillow Co. 2S39 Finney. r-EATHER bedding wanted: pay 3c to 33 S3 pound: postal. T. J. Ran. West End Station. HIGHEST price 'or contents of hotels, rooming-houses: the better the quality and larger the quantity, the better fte ar suited. 3421 OUve. STORE, restaurant fixtures: ranj-s. heaters; other furniture: bought and sold. 914 S. Fourth. WE nay hUhest cash prices fer household furniture, pianos, etc.; also buv ntlre contents of flats or rcfdences: call or send postal. Leo noil Auction Co.. 1213-21 01Ie st. ror hole. BRASS and iron beds, stoves, gas water heater, gas heater. 14 OUve. FURNITURE of nine-room houo; one-half price. Call afternoon; no dealers. 40C3 Cook. LARGE lot of beds, sheets,, pillows, comforts, dishes, lamps; other coods too numerous to men tion; se-rrl nachies!9US!FoiTth, LOT of heat ins; stove!, 31 SO up: lot cook stoves, from 35 up. Ruhlman, 4433 Easton. RUGS, tables, chairs, bookcase, beds, stove, etc. 450Wi Bell ave. Stovis and Rangts, Immense stock; see our new heat stove for crowded rooms: makes neither smoke nor dirt; no stovepipe; a child can carry It from room to room; 13 up; new furniture, carpets, etc, for parlor, bedroom and dining-room; Iron beds at $L3 up: cash or credit. New York Storage Co.. 2212 to 2219 Wash. BUSINESS WAKTED. A'iN'WM A. J. POLLOfUC. watchmaker and teweler for the trade: fine line diamonds and holiday presents. 209 Benolst bldg.. Ninth and Ptoe. CARPENTER and builder: store and offlce fixtures done at short notice. H. Sypnesko . Co.. 114 N. Ninth (In rear), or 4tS4 Vista ave. DOLL hospital. 2703 Laclede ave.; nrst-cliss repairing, wigs uf natural hair. HATS made larger or smaller an kinds cleaned, dyed, blocked, reshaped, latest styles. Specialty, silk and Panama. 323J OUve. UPHOLSTERING and draping: all modern de signs. Chris Moor. 4K3 Easton. Forest 2(9; Del mar 774, MISCELLANEOUS WASTS. GOOD price paid always for centlemcn's old dothlnr. shoes and feathers: send postal. 1 will call. Yatkeman. KM High st. BAROAIN8: street sad erenlng dresses: high- fng: postal. Mrs. Miller, wf walnut: Kin. A at. MATTRESS maklnr.feather renoratlnr. whole sale and retail dealers In feathers. M3J Finney. STAMPS, new and used; coin, curios, auto graphs. Canadian money bought and sold. St. Louis Stamp and Coin Co.. 115 N-Elerenta. TO 'buy a aood overcoat; slxo 4 or ts. 0 California avs NICKEL PLATINi, Also cold, stlyer. brass and copper platlngr re pairing, oxidizing and laquerlng; at reasonable prices. Degge st Mcslclc 117-719 "Market st. noes, oats, pets for, sale. AT.T. VlnA. Tilrds. narrat. rabbits, ffulnea Pigs. mocking birds In song. French poodle puppies. New Orleans Bird Store. 151 Franklin. DOG Lost, brown water spaniel doe;, with collar and license: answers to name of Jinks. Five dollars reward for return to 1804 Locust t. NEW YOHK Bird Store: canaries, narrbts. rabbits, aulneainlirs. goldfish, globes and aaua riums. 609 Franklin, near Broadway. CATTLE. sWWMMbWNsIN tstssMMasMssitMs's FOR Sale One -rood family cow. Rudolph jppp. f5U p are. tta HORSES AMJ VEHICIJE3. Wanted. -j .-. .- . . sj.iixjTJWafwTas'V'-' GOOD storm bugsy; must be In perfect condition and a bargain. Mercantile Laundry, 3319 Manchester. For Sale. sasVa'VVklWV''Ma'lM'AA' A FINE, g-ntle mare, suitable for family use. Can be seen at Hi S. Eleventh st. ALL. kinds of good work, drlvlnr and express horses: cash or time; two good delivery horses. 323 earn: light team of bays. 3170: wagonette, almost new, ..heap; first-class hot waffle wagon, bargain; several top wagons, etc; see us be rore buying. Standard Credit Co., 1605 3. Twelfth St. ALWAYS on hard, draft. Srlvlng. g-reral-Purpo Lorse; netv wagons, buggies and har ness; you try horses before buying; cash or on r.ai-ir.iits. Zf. L. Hou. 1SH N. lt-nadway. BAY horre. 13 hands high; good saddler: also cood traveler. 4143 N. Newstead ave. BIG pair chunky farm mares, dirt cheap. 1713 Morgan rt. DRAFT, driving and general-purpose horses, tiazoni. harness: cash or payments; everything guaranteed aw represented. 4472 Clayton ave. FIVE horses and mares, suitable for any kind of work. Coal yard. 16il Franklin. FIVE horse', various sizes, J2J to 160; trial and guarantee given. Northern Feed Co. 2S09 Lucas. FIVE had of good draft horF. from J.irjJ to 1.S00 pounds, and one team mares with foau 15S Victor (25CO south). h URNITURE. top and open delivery wagons; new and secondhand. Young U Co, 1125 N. Broadway. . GENTI.n family horse, ' surrey and harness; y- KC 17. Republic. GOOD hore for delivery; runabout and har ne3: bargain. 1713 Morgan st. GRAY draft hors; 15 hands high. Apply to Hostman. Seven-Mile House. Easton ae. HARNESS-Larso stock tam. single wagon and buggv harness: se mr line of blankets ana raddles. A. Tnckett. VH3. N Broadway. HEAVY draft h.-ra. VZ. 1315 N. Grand ave. HCRSE9 wintered: reasonable. Beefs Stock rarm. Bellefontalne. Mo. D 54: Beaumont U4. LACLEDE; 231J Bargain; rubber.tlred stan hope, horse and harness: sell separate. 231 J Laclede. LIGHT top wagon: first-class condition: bargain. Jos. Mcller. aJ7 Arsenal. ONE large black horre. in. 6504 Michigan. ONE covered double furniture car and on single furniture wagon: a double and single harness: two good horses; rheap If sold at once. II. I'aztcrnack. 1920 Frarkl.n ae. OUR I-usy season of house moving narly over: mutt sell fcur of my work hors: $23 to JC0. DaUd. House Moer. 104 S. Jefferson. TEAM match black work horses: delivery horse, runabout, harness: cheap. 2648 Finney. TOP wagon. 130: park wagon, J15; furniture car. J23: ton buggy. S- 104 S. Jefferson ave. EMBREE-McLEAN CARRIAGE CO, Examine Osr Display ot Ham-mid. High-Grad V.hicl.s FOR FINE HUVA1B 1KJWB. At Our Repository and Factory, Na. 1813 to 1823 OUVE STR EF.T. 1ICSICAL. ABSOLUTELY cheapest place; musical instru ments; vlollrs 1 up. mandolins1 $1.23 np. cultars $2 up. J..F. Hunleth Music Co.. 9 g. Broadway. BARGAINS: cornets, $6; trombones, J7: altos, $7; barytone, $5; tuba. Jul; pianos and organs. J. Placht fc 9xi. 112 S. Broadway. CASH paid for upright pianos, cometr altos, saxophones, barytones, tubas, clarinets, ellos, bari violins, etc. Tony Tlacht. 1002 Olivi. DECKER upright piano, $i; perfe order. Kleekamp Bros. Piano Co . 2307 Park. FIRST-CLASS piano repalrlns; of all kinds at factory; write or phone for estimate; Main 1W1M. T. Bahisen Piano Mfjc. Co.. 152 Olive. "HEAR the soul of a Krakauer piano sin"; to hear It Is to bur it. Sold bv Dan I O. Dunker Piano Co . Fourteenth and North Market- SCHILLER Bargain; cost new twice what we ask for it; will sell at SIM; stool and scarf. Beyer's. Seventeenth and Locust. STEINWAT; 0; only a little used cost new $550; best bargain ever offered In St. Louis. Beyer's Seventeenth and Locust. $110 will buv Decker Bros, uoiirht Diana; oerfect condition. 3202 S. Jefferson ave. $55 buys fine piano; full cale. 2307 Park. $123 buys fine uprirht piano, with .stool and scarf. Schubert & Moxter. 2C32 Franklin are. HO buys nice Stelnway piano; good for be iSinner; stool, cover and delivery. 1414 X. .sixteenth. 5173 StMnway upright: must be cash deal; & good piano yet: came In and see It. Beyer's, Seventeenth and Locust. $165; Chlckerlng upright; In good condition; lust traded in; will sell $10 down and $6 month Iy. Beyer's. Seventeenth and Locust. $35 Stelnway piano: In fine condition; this Is a splendid toned piano and good for many years; easy terms. F. Beyer bon. Seventeenth and Locust. $90-DECKER-$90. s"li KAnna Fila Is a smts)p arr-Artrl nllnn f thlt price, but a beautiful cue. and one must Iaa I.. ..TsyV Vsa kASk Instmrvtdnte m snifrSB. about $500. "Vp have also a fine square for $50 on terms to suit. F. BEYER & SON. Seventeenth and Locust. $185 UPRIGHT $185. Only slightly used; the original guarantee goes with it; fln fancy case; our terms are $15 and $7 monthly. F. BEYER & SON. Seventeenth and Locust. "WHAT EXQUISITE TONES!" Is the expression used by all who listen to the beautiful Packard. There is a wealth of tonal beauty embodied In these Instrument that othT pianos do not possess. Thev cost a little more, but gtv Just that more satisfaction. Prices from $375 to $6C0 F. BEYER ft SON, Sole Agents, Seenteenth and Locust. OUR POLICY Has always been to give the public Cull value for their money. It Is done by keplnr ex penses down to a minimum. Our stock Is as large as the largest and our terms easy. It will pay you to visit our beautiful warerooms and inspect the stock befcre too hasty a purchase el hpr. F. BEYER at SON. Seventeenth and Locust. JC ACHiyERT KOR SALE. DYNAMOS and Motors, all styles and volt ages, for -al? or rent: we buy electrical ma chinery. Rossi ter-MacGovern Electrical Co . Grand 271 and Victor 1348. Compton and Papln. IDEAL reverse clutch. 2 to 4 horse-power; can be s-en at 213 President st. TYE pre alnav in rhe rcarltM fcr snv kind of mach!n-rv ir "-M,nr ctm In that I.n-. St, Louis Reltln-r and Si.rplv Cx. M3 3 F.ithv R. OROEHL CO.: cirpet cleaned, dyed, renovated; ladles' and cunts' garments cleaned, ded. repaired. Both phones. 2623 Gravols. LADIES and gentlemen, bring your spring Earments to the Pari. Cleaning and Dyeing Imporlum. 1330 rranklin. YOUR fall and winter suits n ade at Koe nlffs; cleaning, dyeing; send postal. 2213 Chou teau ave. RUEBEH STAMPS. SEALS. STEKC1L9 ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 ". Sixth st.. St. Louis. Mo.: rubber stamps, stals. stpnclls. etc.: rood, chfap quick. Write for new list. EXCELSIOR Stencil Works. 312 OIlTe. for steel stsmps. stencils, burning; brands, rubber type, seals, brass and aluminum checks. KASPER STAMP AND SEAL CO.. IIS Lo cust st.. snd block 11. Liberal Arts bulldlnx. World's Fair: both phones. TTTPEWIUTERS. VVsfJVViiVti-'siiiinirsOnrsiiirss For Sale. -sf-sfVV--ss-WViir1J-srys-Oi TOUR selection of the largest stock of slight ly used and secondhand typewriters In the country: standard makes guaranteed for ens year; sold and rented eyerywhere; send for bargain and rental rate card. The Typewriter Exchange. 203 N Ninth St.. St. Louis. Mo. 3ASCIKO. JOIN Prof. Frankel's classes: Lemp's Park Hall. Tuesday evening dancing. Nov.l: term. 1 JOIN Professor De Honey' class for r -tinners this week. Academy. 3S06 OUve st. Finest In United States: no Saturday nlcnt or Sunday dancln- or saloon connected; those -vlsblntr to Join a select school, call at once, or send for catalogue Klnlooi nhone 31. Delmar: select receptions eenr Thursday evening. COLD, SILVER, 3JICKKI. PLATI5G. 1"irii"i"iii"iiriirii i ' ' "i r 'inn ' nf Ti ".iIiioilp.iui A. STS1N A CO.. dealers In old rold an.t silver; also pay highest prices for household gcods. Office. S3; N. Tenth. GOLD, silver and nickel plating In all Its branches; repalrlns old silverware a specialty. Ousts ve M. Krausc. 617 Pine st, second floor. PRINTING. AAAA1 Cheapest place In town for ptlntlnr. McOill A 'Co.. 131 NT Eleventh. EtERMANN BROS., printers. 833 Pine, solicit your business and guarantee satisfaction: fins commercial work a specialty: Kin. 1430A. EXCHANGE AND BARTER. saWSMi-Sjri.a8tiseisjst FOR sale or trade for unimproved land; a new stock of furnltur and underUkins; -roods. In Central Ml-sonrl; invoice 13,000. GR 80, Re public PBXSIONS-PATSnVTg. ni-A -sot .ST3--r--- st -Va soali dies, sueclal machinery-, and Ilaht bardwar. BOOKS-PAPERS. VMSW-VSS.MSSVMSVSVSMS-S. I WANT to buy law, medical and other mod oooks Dan Ltnanan. bookseller. 531 Market. WALL PAPER. EHRLICH BROS, paper rooms 3 each. 4060 Easton. iJel. ,1703; Llndell 1660. ROOMS rOB REST. AUBERT. 90I-Comfortab!e rooms la prlvats famllyr special rates to parties. MORGAN. 4451 First-class accommodations for World's Fair visitors. Phone DeLtssL. . . -.a n--.. ....... TIju m et i9w t. heated: one block west of Hamilton HoteL BELL. 351J Large steam-heated room; jer manent gentleman: private family. BELL. S04G Nicely furnished rooms: sotxtfe em expoure: all conveniences: near cars. BERNARD. 2SC Nicely furnished Iron room for two gentlemen. altn Dam BROADWAY, MT N. Fins ?iJ,rJle' to n pr da-. Parties of 8 to 30 tmdtea. BROADWAY. IZ' S- rmeiy lni"'ri ale hlwv from southern Hotel: H.5) to weekly: free baths. Apply Mrs. Walker or Hau. CAS3. ISIS Frcnt furnished room; gas and an conveniences; si.so per w- rTHESTKirr. ms Furnished rooms for light Housekeeping or getujemea. CHESTNCT.1411 Large rooming-house; pleas ant reading-room: reputable: il.so week up. puptfTMirr ini rr.. rrvrmlne-liouse: nleas- ant reading-rooms: repntablo; ilJid week tip. CHESTNUT. 1433 Furnished rooms: X2.-9 week up: steam heat: depot and Fair cars con venient. CHOUTEAU. 1312 Two Orst-flcOT rooms tor light housekeeping; other rooms. C up; no children. , CLARK. 231 Nicely furnished rocms; conveniences: H.5Q to C50 week. CLEMENS. S!j Warm rooms: transients or permanents: 75c tl day: Ave blocks to Fair. -T.-c-'YfprV'S K7ri flnmer nt Ooodfellowl Nice ly furnished rooms: all convenience: prlvaj family: walking distance main entrance Workra Fair. COOK. 4317A Hall room: permanent: also ac commodations for six; Fair visitors. m DAYTON. 363 Nicely furnished front room: private family; cne or two gentlemen: gas, bath. , DELMAR, Boulevard. 4103 Everythlna- strict ly first-class: 50c rate for parties. DELMAR. 4017 Rooms for visitors: bath: nea? Fair fine location: 50c and 75c day- DELMAR. 4530 Two connecting1 rooms, single or en suite, steam heat, for gentlemen. DELMAR Boulevard. 4S23 Nice rooms for clcs people- hot bath: rates 73c person: write. DELMAR, 5735 Steam-heated rooms; blocks to Fair: cafe: H day each person. DELMAR. 4651 Qinnecaar front rooms: also rnel room for gentlemen: on direct car Un- DELMAR. C143 Steam-heated rooms; bath; private family: near Fair: fl day each person- DELMAR. S1S1 Three blocks to Fair; warm rocms: Olive. Market. Delmar Garden car to door. . DELMAR. 6C18 (Opposite Delmar Garden) Good, warm rooms: 75c each person; close to Fair. DELMAR. 3340 Nice rooms, suite; hot bath, furnace heat; Fair. single or en direct cars to DELMAR. 4124 Choice rooms: near Fair and restaurants; hot bath: private family: 5"c and 73c . DELMAR. 4143 Nicely furnished rooms for Fair visitors: private family;, steam heat; rea sonable rates. DELMAR Boulevard. 4324 Choice rooms: pri vate family: references: hot bath: telephone Llndell 1S55M. DELMAR. 4547A Visitors accommodated; Jt day. Including breakfast; furnace, bath; all conveniences: 10 minutes to Fair; teL Delmar 15G7L. DESIRABLE, well-heated rooms In private West End home: each room will accommodate three people nicely: rates J2 each person nr week: permanent people preferred; hot bath SP 117, Republic EASTON. 62S8 Two unfurnished rooms for permanent neonle: no children. t EIGHTEENTH. SOS N- Furnished rooms; bath: direct cars to Fair: beds tl week up. ETZEL, 6130 Comfortable rooms: Fair visit ors: October and November: 50c day : near Fair. FIFTEENTH. 10 N. Nicely furnished rooms by day, rates by week. FRANKLIN. 313 Nicely furnished room for two gentlemen: permanent preferred. FRANKLIN. 612 Urea furnished room: suit able for two or three: Si.SQ each: two beds. FRANKLIN. 3S41 Large front room, with al cove, furnished for housekeeplns: respectable pecple. GARFIELD. 43S0Ii Furnished front room, la private home: no other roomers; gas and bath; reasonable to one permanent at once- HICKORY, 1333 Large second-story front room, with small side room, for light house keeplng: no children: also large front rocm. JEFFERSON. M13 S. Front room for World's Fair visitors: all conveniences. LACLEDE. 3313 Nicely furnished second-floor front and ether rooms; gas, hot bath. LAFAYETTE. 372S Nicely furnished rooms: Fair visitors or permanent people; rates reason able, t LINDELL. 3436A Furnished front rooms; electric light and steam heat; permanent. LINDELL Boulevard. S314A Two prettlry furnlshed rooms; all modem conveniences; pri vate family. LOCUST, 811 Rates reasonable: opposite Post Office. LOCUST. S004 Nicely furnished, furnace-heated room for visitor; 50c up. LUCAS 3334 Neatlv furnished secend-story front room; also small room. LUCAS. 3013A Pleasant rocms for perma nent people: bath. gas. phone: central loca-Ucn- l MANCHESTER. 3S3-TWO nicely furnished connecting rooms for lijht housekeeping: no children- MAPLE. 5711 Why sleep In cold rooms when, we can srfvc you warm ones? MAPLn. 3315-teoiRooms: close to ralr: bath; cafe: 75c day up; cars direct- MAPLE. 5011 Warm, well-furntshed rooms: permanent or transients: near Fair; Page cars. Mcpherson. furnished rooms: cr transients. 4045 Three Urge, elegantlv reasonable rates; permanent MINERVA. 30M (One Block North of Pager Nicely furnlld front iiarlor for two gentlemen cr couple: with all conveniences: very reascn nfcle: private family. MONROE House. 618 N. Broadway, clean and quiet; dally rates 35c to 50c; S1.3J a week up. Hotel FrancK 114 f. Broadway; new, strict ly first-class: rooms 35c to 81 a day. Cozy House, 817 N. Mxtb: men only. May House. 907 Market: new and clean. Address WM. M. DULANY. Proprietor. MORGAN. 3314 Two rooms, furnished for housekeeping: gas range, telephone; own prop erty: S7.50 weekly- BACON, 3763 (Near Grand) Two housekeepirg reoms: steam heat; bath, gas; southern ex posure ' OLIVE. 300S Nicely furnished front rooms: EOc per night: all conveniences. OLIVE. 413 Nicely furnished rooms; bath. furnace heat and all conveniences. OLIVE. 1534A Nicely furnished second-rtorr front, suitable for four gentlemen. OLIVE. 3317 NIcelv furnished rooms; warm. comfortable: 60c to 81: direct cars to Fair. OLIVE. 4115 Nicely furnished rooms: all con veniences: 50i and up: 10 minute, to Fair. OLIVE. 33J-Large rooms for visitors: Ho day: other rooms for permanent. C week. PAGH, 5047 Choice rooms; all convenlcrces: select neighborhood: ten minutes from Fair; private family. PAGE. 5379 (Comer Union Boulevard) Clty'a choicest location: near Fair: three direct cars; five minutes' ride: splendid rooms: breakfast, heat and bath Included, 75c up; beautiful pri vate residence. , PAPIN. 1717 Nicely furnished front room for gentlemen or couple: private family. PAR1C 3404 NIcelv famished rooms. PARK. 3353 Elegantly furnished rooms: all modern conveniences: reasonable; on car line. PINE. 3336 Two large furnished front rooms, first and second floors, for visitors. PINE, 3730 Nicely furnished rooms for Tts Itors to Fair: rates 84 to 85 a week. PINE. 91! Nicely furnished rooms; steam heat: electrlo light: Ievator service. PINE. 3009 Very Urge, light room, suitable for four or five gentlemen: not bath: gas; for permanent people: 313 week. PINEt 3009 Thoroughly clean, well-furnished rooms for permanent gentlemen: hot and cold ; bath: furnace heat: gas; detached house. RIJTGER. 3334 Furnished rcoms: Fair visit ors: all conveniences: German family; reas RARA1I 7334 (Manlewoodl Neatlv furnished C3 rooms: light housekeeping; for couple. Sr r 8PRUCH. 511 Lodging-house; neat, clesava'-v beds: He ."&, 8PRUCE. E10-516-Ncatly furnished rooms: alii, rrcnt rooms. SPRUCE. 609 Neatlv furnished rooms; rooms for light housekeeping. ST. FERDINAND. 413-Unfurnlshed roomsvi North Taylor atcnuc car. is STODDARD. 5713 Rooms for Fair vtsltors:S3 every convenience; direct cars to grounds; low'JS.'j --- . TAYLOR. 433 N. Bright, lares rooms tor gen Ii THE INN, 411 Lucas-Cool rooms. JOe, tally: weekly. 61.. 81.50: hatha. VERNON. 6577 Comfortsble rooms during; fair; wc c. eacn; orcaiqan igi war jsit. WASHINGTON Boulevard, 4404 Nlrelv fne. nisnea rooms; steam neat 2335. phone Bell Fofnt j. "ARE YOU LOOK FOR A ROOM?" XV r. Urnwt- over 1.000 earefnllv mJii lectef, elesstntlr farnlsbed rooms lajj yrlTmie families, la the beat portlcmSa I tae cut. close isiaa rair maw ai-s rcct ear nsei, RATES f 1 PES DAY UP. ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR AGCOMMOBATION CO, Temlsil Hotel Lobby. UbIob Statlaai Otice) sUreeUy la froat f Tracks ';' oeji .aasua awss, , 4wataB M?V'j j tlemen: convenient to threo.car lines. . 3SSS V Y' nTs?ts n -rM V ., i ?& r lis. sir ? I m bJ IWk VH fsl m M fi- m m J 54it 'i:: m M Fa&n I t,'L rmrmmLjj' c-, .. .r i, or 32 Pv fauarter of. ti i .. i ... ' sto&ax&s&a&m r'-ji ss.sss'i.- -i.... ,-5s&as5Sw 3&&&&i8!sh&$ii) A.JiV .-.n "-W1J--0-4Z-B. r? J-L?i"2i?it-cJ &mz$