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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

m J.--. rirF.BRPFTJlJC: SUNDAY. JANUATIY 7,11)00. FOR RENT. SUNDRY WANTS. BUSINESS FOR SALE. BOARD, FLATS, ROOMS, BIG, El a i 1 ROOMS FOR RENT. Three Upm tir nit Oe-.ts Each AddlU-nal Line. Hn Cent- Extra- -LL Ir ring nice. coni'teial le rooms. 3S- 3 -lav ji . meek up Wane House southwest c rn. 1 Ninth and 1-4-. ttrlcll) -rst-clai. "l.KU JIT tl.' N -" "T ,8ro unf-lr-r.lIi r.-n-. low rent ti i-peM. partie-: re.ciem t required BENTON et7aJ-ffl floor; tore room-, la ood order, 37. key next dour. H.IAl.rK. St. K- ISRANOH .". TV.-Cor. NineteenthTyro r. on.s l.ROADWAT. U-NAtilw "Rest.'" 2- r-vm o. 10 MM Sjc. U) room We per day. HKOAWVAT -1 8 -One nlcelv f.-rnlnl t-t room fr to coma. S3 - week. Jl -ec. Bliiuim - Y. n Newly fur-l-be- rooms: .1. Jl 5 with gvnl stove; one room and kit, hen. cheap, en. for light tumMhecpinc. l . two pen t!.m CARR t-t . 130 Nicely fumlsle-d Mitt com-p-el. lor 1-j.bt nous kcepinc. all cov-nlen.es. Very reasonable ""."-. .It St 1-M. Opposite Carr -.-Ni.-Iy furnis...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 7. 1000. 4 iT 1.1 nr Ito pm fTH 4 J. luno -.! 21 1U. SA AGEN S' ,M FBI AND FOR h ra Do fill L niL ii u i in ll TriiT" nc jJ I uu CONTINUING THE BUSINESS OF AHDERSOK WADE REALTY CI 8TH AND LOCUST SIS. We Solicit the Collection of Rents; Make No Charge for Advertising:. ItESIDEXCES. 2ZA Ltndr'l Njfid-d 22 rvw, large grm.ri.ls i 1 alier t. su't do.'tir. or dll - . J-.-J M 2-'4S Oliie st II r.-on.. ar2 tnr- ..... 1 e X e rt Ewlig and I'lne. oU V. M. A. building ........U I'rlanc.-. Natural IJrtdze read. 1-3 ere. 13 rt-ms , I " Pirn- st 12 n uni. . 1' '' S -'1 Fran ,m ave. ;1 roorr.. S i'' lean-. 1 J "aer ngl n aie 1. rrnn.. etc ? vf V 4 - M wins, all onienlem.es r; " '..ui st . 11 ro. m. all wmnu... - " t"'l Maiie a f, i: rooms. Ursa aru "' .- .4 e i ur l room., cmX upVd t ' ' . e i i f -,- ma "1 1 -.. . i" -. T osi "-' Si "J - - ii e i roam all conientences aa."- t-M.M r t, r rr". pen j J ! Im- ' : ro. n w) itaMe !",', '4 i' v. r i'in a.l com . open.. ' 4 ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

TTTE "RErTBLLC: SI M)AV. .JAXT'ATTY 7, 11)00. 9 IS f STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. TjTn regunr anmivl m.c-.t. e .' k'."1t?Tk?J1"' m of .. Uour-d -'tr I-alnt -ni 1- m-p-nv will le held m t..e eft..e lf..lhr.v1 f.i Iti St. I,,ms on M.-..1.J Jai.ujrv ... "' ' "'"1: tors fcr the .1-uWB ,.a will t f''",'?- "! uch other business tnnsictej a w ir pen come litfore tin- m tl g. -,, .,.. ,... Noll K IS D. RnnOC!. FiesMen.. 17 II Ijr. Fe.n-tar. OFFirK German Am-rteo lijnit- F-urth snd Franklin avenue, ft I ul U" . J'" ,' n.L ; J The anruil nvetl-iii of"- ,"'"V !,'J "' tils bank will be hcl.l n Molil'l .l....uarv -: at th- banklcir-oeu.-. 1'- " 'h """" tf 12 nvm to 3 n'cl -V P m . f r the eurr-J "f electing nlno iO) directors to serve ilurlns ise year. Arjrs GnHN.EI; President, iTOnvIIOLrtlP- Mert'ns-The Ma'T l.urprv Mlnlrg . omjian -The siinu.I .n..ti'ir ir ti. frK-kholders of the Mary Mi.iT" " "" eri pany for fee ee-ll.n f -ib d'rect : fo' " ensuing mr ill be r-M ' th n. e of the company B Elm rt ....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

Jl! '& 10 fTTTK-REPrBLTO: SUXDAY, JAXUAEY 7. 1000. iLadies' Cloaks and Wraps,Tfjff PI iiTO Ji prill IHSIIIlHi PifSOl&yP OAIT i read this. IIBfSeF Umu liKii3- ia 31 pBMiI-fIii4ilSipBI4l 1 S i fail fl III 1 fll r sjj'n? s; ya TvteHh&m&na w&& r $im ssBBHRa nifsa'agiBraH sbs a fry 21.3 iihll www -dar- v i i i --aw mmv mm gr cm km t yi"ir ima B Sf a B U V D W w nJ vrt u M rJTsj ".Y Hh ! B H H H H nt v HM M .-jiriMMMgMMBgBfJEMWBEIlTi ' ' - "':T:7?777WBlfc All L.adles llraiv Trlmrmd 1-or.tle -, actuals gtwa d.wa ut All iu' U Ladles Ilami"tte shirt Waist- j All ojr 7lo laadiea' shirt Waists K hi . All cur Infants' l IJr.-d Flannelette C'loif- . Ail our fvc UwwI XlanxMlUla Shirt ;-s uii to zaj I buM I All nur I.fr and j: 00 All-Wool Trimmed al-ts. po at A' tar H li .t s rian.neh.tt and Calico !ra;i .". tn.ht inurhnm-... ! All I n .lit ituM Hieasted He fer Ja'k-t. in ihri.it i.r. st n Led status, u tn ci no faied m.U tip to Ju"". cut to . .030 All Z-ali. v' H. w weight...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

Ninety-Second Year. Price, Five Cents. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1900. the; covn ts fr Tiii; mm.;7.im: bivTioN tt- Tin: sixp'v lusri m ic abb I'uti:tki hy v.-opri.iuuT ai.i. bights i:i.si:nvKr K 1. w nSfe 8. FPIn A TT (TH H& 4 4- SJ Yr SS TT n. JSM(f6 Pi! nraii: -SLQinnLii nRnr rogoDPa Mnss(ipajDBnojI . 1 WTIT'iN '"IS TBI .-INTO l.l.Pl Itl-lil George Graham Vest, senior United States Sena tor from Missouri, lias stated in black and white that he will retire from the Senate at the expiration of his present term, and that he will not thereafter be a can didate for any office. Senator Vest's term expires March -1, 1903, and on that date, if there has been nothing to cause him to change his mind, he will throw back from his shoulders the mantle of office that lie has worn for twenty-four vears. For the Senator was elected to the Senate in 1371', to succeed James Shields, who was, by appoint ment, filling out the unexpired term of Senator Bogy. During that time Senator Vest has had ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

TfTF, -RKPFTSLTr: SUNDAY. TAXTTA"RY 7. 1000. OTHER VES EMINISCENCES AND SOME ANECDOTES. BY COLONEL JOHN T. CRISP. 3 1 V. i: lr a. WT5ITTE.V l"OU TJIE SITCDAY KEPTBI.IC Comparatively with the average exist ence of one's own life I have Known Gcor"re Vest nearly always." said John T. Crisp cf Kan-as City. "That is. my attention was ilrsi called ti iiitn in the Democratic Statc Convention for Missouri lit Jefferson Cior j in r", which was h- most memorable and J eventful convention, perhaps, in Hie history j if Missouri up to this tint.. I Bii quite 5 :i . oupg man then, having iu-t passed Inta mv majotity. I had. however, though so oung, olreaJ.v hem a great tratelcr in the States of the I'nion. and I tad een .mi heard some of the most prominent men f many cf the States. .ven at that early age. It was quite natural fir me to con trast the great men whom I wa- then meeting in my own Stat w.th the great iwn whom I hal met in other S.tate. I am a native MissuurUn. and having known the Im...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

8 TITE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY! 7. 1000. $ , ' by Honorama Grce & Itcthbun. Coloscl of tho regiment, in wfclo3 were a majority of the members of tie IvgKaturo Colonel P.athbun was popular with bis men. ana it (wmed almost a hope-lc-s txsk for est to defeat him. Something of tho ability and persuasive, powers of th mm nnj be con trived when It is consUtril tint he set lorth single-handed to tv t -nttst and trt implied " Vest's Ready Repartee. Judge John F Philips of the United State Pltr!et Court 1" Hans is tin Is better acquainted with i-nii..r est t-roh-oblx than any othir living man. Ih'v married nralu, wires gnduated from tlio sarue colleges, formed a ton pjrtnrreh'.p In tSedaiia after the Civil War and bave been closo personal and polithal friends, during all tin- Jeirs they have known jrti other Judge Philips ta.ks of Senator t it. this Interesting tt'n "Vest lift Centra College at Danville. Kj. prior to mj m itn. illation In 1W I l!rt met him at Hani ill in ixd and ai pr...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

I th; Rrcrrivrjr.: si'xday, jaxuaey 7.1000. GENEALOGY, TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS OF THE BOER, -a -.-; errx inn tiiu sundt nrrtnuc T"e history of the Boers In South Africa Is cne- of long and terrible oppression, vhi h. withal. had its tr'.urriphs-tho t' -in-rlii of a small, peace-loving communl tr r powerful Ironies of African war ns. - .itiii Kngll'h armed forces. 1 ' Timr.c southern point of Africa was -. dlv rwned In- Holland S J ddenl, . a t .iri after .i Dutch trading let had tic- 'oumled there, two British warships : ! ued nml declared the land os bebng 1 Kngland. The lawless procedure had r.n ' -hr rffect. however, and ItnirJgr. tn f-om the Netherlands continued a Pi i s before. French Husuer.ots found a ' wn of refuse there after the edict cf N i-.tes drove them from home. The names tf I u T.ilt. Joubert. De Yllller--. Be Sucnr ur.d ethers are reminiscent of those davs U i- c which the young colony was In tr id ced to the secret of Its famous wire K-ow nir Industry. The limlied te...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

THE KEPUBLIC- SUNDAY, .TANUAEY 7,1000. FIRST INTERVIEW EVER ACCORDED BY DUSE. Annie Neumann-Hofer, Invited to Duse's Dressing-Room in Vienna, Sees and Hears Many WE6 New Things. cooe6ecri,oeoocooct;1caW?.')C3.5,-,, : -. .rr -j.-- I. . vVlA-7i-0-X k' -.!- i v.rj 'j r- .!.'. f ' .-.in-j l V f I V i rr T "WTtlTTn-N- I OR TUP 5.TNTAV BWniMC. You remember Duse as a plain Iranian, rather saw ley at times. Ilcg madam's lr don ut once, sir. for In this paradise of lovely enchantresses she Ls considered a veritable "grace bevond tlio reach of art" tt such an extent that her lieauty marred the success of I'Atiuunzlo's "Ii utcomla which failed to take because the public couldn't understand what It ll meant. Tho not over-intelllfe.-nt l.lot. you must know. suggests a conflict between "esprit" and nobility rcprc'sented by a wire anil beauty Impersonated by a mistress. Tho latter Is not much nn on the stage, but the wife Dusc oas tin re. All charm, retlneruent. radiance: nl tliat Duse's hair Is n...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

6 TITE RErUBLIC: SUXDAV. JAXI'ARV 7. 1000. i I- liEAL'TY AND AUT. The gods arc dead: but still for ma Lives on In wlldwood brook and tre. Each, my III. each dead divinity. For ire. still laugh- among her rocks Tin- Naiad: and the Dread's locks Drop jxrrume on the wild Aovr flocks. j ' . Satjr hoof 'till print- the lovm: A i.l. whiter than the wind-blown foam, i o Oread seeks her mountain home. 1 him whose- mind Li fain to dwell ith lovcline-s, no time can iiuell. things are true. Imperishable. r . htm whatever facts may sav vv lio sees the soul beneath the Claj i - proof of a. diviner dy. - very stars and flowers preach ,-o-pt.I old n God. otid teach I ' tosophy a child may rcuch; 1 it -h-.Il not pass, that cannot cease. t lives through idealities. ' beauty, even as Homo and Greece. I ' it lift the soul above the clod. V i.l working out Mime period ' ' art are iart and proof of God. -Jladb-on Cavvein. In Truth Till: 1.KITIS1I CO.MMISSAKIAT. s Ke--no!dsa Newspaper. t I rn:i: from Frl...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

TNKinCPrP.LTC- Sl'XDAY. .IAXl'AKVT. 11)00. SOME - SIDE - LIGHTS A FASHIONABLE - WEDDIHG, M m A . i V s x . v Scene The church The welding from "Uiheiigrin" sounds ttoin th stn.1 the iiro.-e-sioii Marti sl.'.l march urs.ni Tho j-ucsts turn tli. li heads toward the door. a-, tlioiieh tlirtr n.-. k- .re pivots, ami be gin to whisper Two voung men In new . Inthes -nc.ik shamefacedly from a door it. i!ie- cilier cnt of tho church and lake tii-tr pi - b '''' I . I. ! it!. .11 HI , 1 it . el Ni.bodv pas. J Th.' f.t. ! Dearest Enemy. 'Doesn't shi ..uk w.iri la white? And Iter hair! Did jo.i x. r c such " Another Girl: "Welt. she :. '' li " Th. ir Mother- "Is that real lace veil 1 i a-j't see cry' well ' re Girl: "It looks awfully cheap and not a diamond! 1 wonder where they pot ihr m.mey for the wedding? They're poor -.lother: "Isn't there something the matter with her father' collar? Poor man! Sorae iHXly ought to 1I1 hhn " Tne Girls: "ltr-he he: Its slipped up In the back." A Guet- "IVhaf...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

I - k 8 CIT 1. 2. 3. Old TREA rat'iTL:.f tor nin st-ci-vy nr.rrw.ir Walter Marsdcn, confidential nun for White & Josephs, diamond brokers and wholesale Jewelers, vjll;d out of tho store at noon on August 12, issl, with a small fortune In his pocket. An hour later the et earner Panama, with him as O'le of i's passengers, was well down the harbor, standing for Sandy Ho-k and South Amer ica beyond. When Marsden failed to return that after noon and did not appear at the otilre the following morning, a messenger was tent to his home, lie had not been there, and Mr. White reported his absence to the police, for the two partners were convinced that their mrn had met with foul play. That tie had robbed them and left the country did not enter their heads at Mil time. In fact. o cleverly had he concealed the rob bery It was not until a memorandum con cerning several large diamonds . was re ceived from unother broker that they had l suspicion of the truth. I!y this time Marsden was a thous...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

TTTB I?KTUBLIO: SUNDAY. JAXl'AKY 7. 19(10. 9 111!? TIIIS CEXTCRT B DOXE II PMB B TOT PUB ILIVE ;fi n c t j) in n TV fin; A'FS i Lu. mm V J I ST I . T A J ,'P t, i i . in. n i li I! V 1 t !- 1 I II il. , ,,wuM is . --1 -iti iIU a uom.itt's ji.ic-.an of .i iti hutnlm! vi.irs ulii. h wll cn.l Oii -m ) ml vlnllllll Mill lllVl- I'n mill' I'llltlm iUtll i sin until .i-m-ii.hI Im n-ilils .mil j.tU.ti -i pl.iie -i mi j events t tin "tll vvliiili was looked . ,,i . nlv miM.il..- Inn iiiiiviiiikiiiIv aliuiuliul i- .nit'iiil !. ill iii n .iinl U'Uiioii. tli.it tht iil t. 1 . linuitis Miinun f 'iir ii)iilurs ami sr-iml s mms lt innri- lilii'tij jii'Miil :v m jm,h Mir .ntiil was tnon- pie.isiii:; to man than Iiit . i hi i i'iiI sistris. I H smiil.ij I!'iuMu' p.ulii'ifil tnKOthiT In :um u urn i In ili'"iulits ubj.s Is .Hid :iiiiiiiiil!sliint'iits of ii us ni.l pioiii'iT women in il"' iiifin.v liitlu-no un in !! n in l"l- .mil ilifir wonls in.iv e.irry weight ami , , i, i h,. s,-on,.i-. in uiiRiKi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

I 10 THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUABY 7. IQOO. . .J - .-. '-. , C" - ft.. r ' . t jpt -r -v r. - .. "v i r' . -j -. . .. tflSt ! mt ) ) PPI'Tr . 4. w. a. thornburghJ i 'fe! H-U-4 ES : 1 No. 23 Portland Place No. 9 Portland Place ,.' J MlgCTQl t"iS3 S ! i -"-H-T, T" O 1 l'51t ( -- i r-r-5 i - BM4,Ql r LP LLs O ' jjr 5.lb.tebbetts. iXiCX gtOtfj!gi1BagJL! v I ?nr l Bi ( No 29 Portland Place '' i No. 13 Portland Place i lk?mp3BgdTfmf 1 0fH$ f 11 Ji ? fefc&&&fci . LdfiL 1- ' ' J !HBIMM ZTZZZZZZTr I! T??1 3 SrOTayWBMffilt4t;S& SjSSiE!. 4fi TSBM & No. 39 Portland Place. ;i no. isponh-d piace 3 tesSHJTj5S 6 A SJlillSater. x ".Is&zmF? pss JEWISH COLONISTS IN NEW YORK. From John Fiske on Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America. Tho city of New York has nl trays been t crs to tlio ftock of tho AWst India Com- I th principal hoaio of tho Jews of the United States, and It was In connection with tha Dutch enterprise In founding IJew Netherland that they were first hrousht hers....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

TTTE TCEPFBLTO: SVXPAY, JANUARY 7, 1000. 11 ITTLJE br 7'M&&0ll4Jj m $ffk AiHfeTfs "T TELL VOU.M13S ROCKS. I VHCtoAj,- IuWk ? A H fi CHBBUP; personal rnraDS or Mmat3- ' ps- J?"eayne SH Idrf H $ ' I WL '' " iLi 'Sasl i& i'C'S?' -Y "Awful sorry 1 can nof pay you To- m ffl p . "'fpSSr- KK !',J . V" --'"u day: come, around on the irst H Af I ill fei iV- f " iusb- -tS e &' V 8 i i , -1' , l ( 4. rfits MBf. MwtimM.Me- -"WM x -''r , ,u . t J I QL wtn to Qpf- rA )2?!Ki&r'W-rT a 'sb' T Woald let me have a dollar : I have oltr, a e but lack ImsI- 2- .r,30neV what-1 Sb - "n ro9t- Old chap. I did r6T want" yea to pay rny cekr-fcxre ,bot" as Jon , etc. etc ." MHHBnnn You are the snly gf! I ever loved." cou3er;ife roto, ... "'"ooofed rT ' e never,, . adJ! on Chapters Out of the Lives of Every-Day Citizens, Each a Little . . . Elaborated. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

H vs B I-' !; THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 7, 1000. 12 1 "i ------ - I - ill kA TME CAMERA TN THE KTTGHEN. I m... I AM KKKWN I'OTATOKf". I'aii' larm wliiti potatoes. I'ri.s an applf corcr through each pnt.iio as many times as yon i-in p-l a niiv roll. As these rolls arc iiiado. drop them into eoltl water to prevent discoloration. "When all nt- ready, drop them into slightly salted, hoiliu water and conk :ently until a splint will penetrale; drain: pile carefully onto a hot dish and cover with melted butter, in which place 1 tablespoon fnl of minced parsley. Dot-orate with green parsley when sending to the table. fa i rnfiKtaJLj' - JT mzmsss. -& tiSXGttS:. smaXMaleXf-S's- iS:;i iiRk. jd Tur'?aMni-7VK.k jkw-- ' rOTATO ITFI-V. One pint mashed potatoes. 1 t upful hot nvam, 1 taMo ppoonfnl butter, whiles of 'Jes. 1 I i-:poonfnl jtsiprika pepper, L teaspoonful salt. 1 (alilespnoiifirl ho i d celery. Whip all of the in gredients except the es. Heat tin-.-.- very lifihr and dry, and ad...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

IS THE -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 7, 1000. 4 A JULIA ARTHUR, WHO ACTS FOR ACTUAL LOVE OF THE WORK. Her Great Wealth Makes It Possible for Her to Consider Only the Art Side. w i V.jr ell 3o rue -o.rr-- ITO TUB MNDVT HCP Thn ti h -i woman on the -t it to-iliy Jul' i .nur-neh lie. ui-c her h'l-uind. , Mr . no- I nt of I.-lon millionaires. Nmid re- ''" lurtltcr rd..n ihu -lie tan in-Culg- .11 ' f- arts sake Whether Mii A-thi-r ii 'k's a 5oUJ- m "f " ' ,"':,u ' ,.ions o r - - elrcm-u-tam. i . ami it bother hi- Men- nusiani - ---her ir. al. u. r w hints. IK Ii n- 'f '- ' u r of t..o-tege hulngfcwti a un. im " -lor u Ms eolitge da. -d s :U att.i . 15 h.r chief whins. she u B" ' "' lengths I.. please hneU and Mr (V.ui vul. foot the billy tthe n :'( . -u: More Than Qiitti a i ij.ted fri m Emll Rtrserat's H. f. IS. .re. List seacn she dUl It .trout " slightest e ilculathm a to tost an J return i thn i! ter. t. is no rla h i lioon lavishly. ,o .u-tsC-o iwl -" extravagant t -t iced Mi-s rtr. - ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 January 1900

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 January 1900

T. LOUI Till: PAPER THAT PRINT THE PAPER THAT THE HALF TONES: PRINTS WiAU- THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC. THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC 1 1)00. 'RTr T i lliil-Mr ht. I.ln. Ti ent lliXJ. 0 Tp.,1,,,. Three t cut-.. NINTCTYSECOXD YEi NEW lighting BILLS DRAFTED. REPUBLIC. THE fs i-irn i (.I'm u tiW'IiAV ! -.' I r A 1 " C it? n . , i-.. .m . . ihm"v'i -i.vi ;iiu -. .-... i nl .rgE p jk) VEBY HARD P1ISIE1 i !' 1 If Measures to He Pont to City Ooun oil in Order to Place That Hodv on Kecord. GUSSIE BUSCH'S GENEROSITY, Chock to Pay for Khvtri.' l.irjluiii"; nf the Insane Asylum for Ten J lays Deposited by Him x With Ir. Knnue. Three new temporary llghlinc crdinan.es. practically identical In their phrased-gy with those ki'.liil in tii. Hou-o of ivicg-a(rs Friday, were completed by the Lighting Committer of the Board of Public lm piovemcnts yesterday. They will be Intro duced at xlti-s morning's special session of the board bv Sewer Commissirncr Her mann, chairman of the committee. It has. been made known that t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 January 1900

TTTTC "REPUBLIC: MONDAY. .TAXUAHY S. lono. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WAhinXGTON- ThU vievk -Mil bn one of "-i'chmaklnK in th S.mt the nn.UKO Mil fn.iKlnc ! j.MTAt)l" attention. The Philippine qiK-tion. tln UnlKTf" .-a" ami TreaMin iimti.-rs will to .lNcuwd In the House- this wnk It li poiMhle tint Sevrolary Olacc nnv Hit hiie re.nl fr the llo-iyo lI Ills Tffirt on tnii"ai"tions with the X.itlemul it Rink of New Yo-h The Cfrmm Amha-aitor rhirnterlzes j unworthy of j-erlous ci.njileratjnn the it.ite ment .re-illtpil tn i l.oiwlon paper, mnorn Ins the Monroe .lnctrino ami Hertmnj 'omptroller Pines will to-laj ileeMe whether to mike jiermmmt tile temjionirv re.-ei.r!hlp .if the Hroailttu National Hitik of Huston ontr. ssman I.Inl of Missouri illviisws, the I'hilipplre question nnil the nttiluile of th. tdni'nlstrajion r. p rilliin the il.iml Th ei.estiori of roilinins the mr taes is pr svmR tlie KepuMleans for solution hut 1'hiirm.n Cai.tDin of the Appropriations nmmlttec 'loci not think ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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