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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 1000. -tTjl.'v K? - u x e ; "t- . t:. a 3 H S STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. ELECTION' Notice The St. Ioo1b. Iron Moun tain and Southern Kalltray Company. New Yore Jan. 13, 1W. Notice Is fcerrby clen that tha annual mtltlnc of the ttockbolvlcra of the St. Ijouis. Iron Mountala and tkittieni Hallway Company will be heM in the cornpan office In tha City ol bt. Louis. Mo. on TuestJay. March IS, 1W. at S o'clock a. m.. for the election of thirteen directors fcr the ensuing ear, and for the transaction of any other ouine that mar com Lefore paid meettnjt. The annual meeting of the directors will t held In the Rime ofn- on the same day at 12 o'clock non. Tfc trans lr books will he closed on Tuesdar. January 10, ... at 3 o'clock p m.. and rerpned on Svednesday. Match 14. li0. at io o'clock a. m. fJEO. J. GOULD. Preaident. A. II. Calcf. Secretary-. OFFICT "Tunnel Ilailroad of Ft Louis. Feb" 11. 1300. The annual metlnc or th stockholder of this compnnv. lVr the rlct...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

6 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCH 3, 1000. ii - i '.( i d i MARKETS FEATURELESS AXD DULL, BUT WHEAT CLOSED WITH A 6AII, 1Vlli:T 1IDK POOR STnT. HIT imi-iiovi.i, i.ti:r (mi miiii.i) m:t ;ii. at ci.om:. BOTH SIDES WERE FAVORED. conv mioivi:i TT.Mii:rv to i:ki:n on ma. hiv, hit ci.oskij M.imiTi.v in-n-rnii. OATS DULL AND NOMINAL Oftire Republic Friday. March Z. il" The -ittiatiou on "chansje most iif the ses sion lo-J.1v was dull and the little trail ing indultre.1 in was much on the same order as on yes-ttrilay. In other word., it wis of a profcs-donal scalpinc character, and of small proportions. As far a the ccncral features of the gen ral Mttialloii vere concerned, there was not a single one that b. any stretch of the Imagination could he considered new. Tliere uere the tome oid (.low. niil unintercMln-r markets, dull pit operatic ns an J a ver narrow and irfrcquent rnoventent in price? a condi tion tf affairs that prevailed throughout most of the eMoti and In particular early. There...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, tfAKrH 3. 1000. Ax A v i. FINANCIAL. H". H. LITE. President. GEO IT. HOFFMVJf. Cashier. V. Ik ITtAViT. We President. i- T STLROEON. Asst Cashier. .v. l. siiAPijjioii. rs in-- rr.i.Vnt. i. a. fihi.lii's. 3d Ann. &!, Tiie Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St. Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business, February IS, 1000. RESOURCES. CrsIj and Sight Exchange Ivoans, parable on demanil " " at fictl dates.. T'niteil States Bonds rrcimum on V. S. Itonds Other Bonds, Stocks, tc Rcnl Instate LIABILITIES. Capital Sloci .-. . Surplus nnd I'admdcu Profits. Circulation 1'nitcd Mate-! Bond Account ... iJeposits, Individual " Rinks anl Hankers.. ' United States MISSISSIPPI SaPITAL, SURPLUS iU.D PROFITS 4 ON SAVI FINANCIAL b WalB&rfcild W0a BANKERS tSerAitSr Go cram't. Municipal iOOfericLtl Railroad. Gas an J fcrf W B J DtV tar Klectric Companies Bought ard soU. including total luulk. Letters of Orssif and Draffs Lnf 1 m Bank of rotlnD'l, London, ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

2. s TITE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 1000. HOW WASHABLE FROCKS ARE TO BE MADE. 8 I S Si P II I I fj I hi WASHABLE GOWNS. Occupation for Nimble Fingers During Quiet Lenten Days. SVUITTEX Toll TIIK S"Tt l.l" ISIM'I I1IJ'' Advance models for llr- gowr " '" hiadi of w.i-habli- materials are welcome et Cis season. Jinny women find the l.en t. n das a ro.h1 time to do milch nf the necessary sewing, and o know In detail what the rrid- cf .1 taming s.ason a-e lirovrs; indeed, of aMM im e Skf-tci.e-. on this page show J.im In w" Jelching are the sivles of the Iighti r gowns. The piques and dink-! have a ery at-fattm- tal'.or style It will lie noticed that the skirls and jacket of these follow clo-c-Iv the lines of s-prins tailor gcvvns in cloth. One of th v r -martest model- Ins :t fcklrt lai.I in pl-...ts tliat are stitched down almost tin length of the skin, the liottom being allowed 10 Hare. The jacket has Mjuarc-iut levels of black velvet that .if overlaid with a heavy whit" l.ni'. The...

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. — 4 March 1900

rtrVsVKrVVrrsesrrsrMll iPART I. 1 PAGES. I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: 7be Sptll Mm!! Edition It Printed la Thn Put. The Sunday Majmlae h Printed la Oae Pert. COPYRIGHT. 1). UV PUBLISHERS. GEORGE KNAPP COMPANY. ivwwvwwvwwvwvwi JSTETYSECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NO IMPERIALISM, SAYS McKINLEY. ANOTHER BATTLE NOW IS IMMINENT, K 1 k I a. i f x - i - President, at the Ohio Society Ban quet, Defends His Administration. Says That the Problems Resulting From the Span ish War Are Burdens That the Whole Nation Must Bear. r.i.vvauc yvirixi New York. March Z. XUx. reared m the land where the Rueki-yes glow glutiiitu V. liliam McKinley lo-nlght .it the ann.-al lmnquet of the Oblo Society, given In the Waldorf -Astoria . nnd Indorsed him for a seco:.d term as President of the I'nltctl Flales Ohio. sreafcrng'through Colonel James II. Hoyt cf Cleve-l.mi. proclaimed the guest tif tbs cver.ing as "William McKinlev. the palbficiler of the Republi-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

1 2 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1900. V l H b 0 I! v I; TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUSINESS. Discount rates were 5 to 7 per cent for cll and time loans. Clearances. JLMiUJI. balances, JI51.KS. Xcw York exc"..aiigc ntecount bid. 30c dIcount askc.1: New Or leans, S discount bU. par al;l; I.ouls i!le. 10c dIcount bid. par aked, Chleacn, V-nr bid. liV premium asked: Cincinnati. Us. discount bid. par asked. The local wheat market closed hlfiher. at CaC v.. Maich. CS"c b. "May; K',c Julv. 71fe3T2x3C Xo. 2 red. Cvfn elosed lower, at "c n. March; SS'sc a. May; 3JV ' Jid. 5jC Xo. 2 white. Oats closed at "lc n. M;rch; 2l.c May. 2l':e No. 2 At Clilcaco ii beat closed hicher at ".lriO 11. March; Ce,?i(Ke h. May; vevt..c July. "orn closed quiet at 33'e n March: Cc a. May: Il-t b. July. Oats cloyed at 22i ii. March; tZtftjc Mav; 4e July. Tlie local market for standard mes pr.rlc rlosed steady at J10.v for old. and at $1125 for new. Prime Meatn lard iloyed tealy at a'Xci choice at 5.C.V. The local...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

m THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. 8 i E OF WONDERFUL IMPORTANCE TO ST. LOUIS WOMEN HAVE PURCHASED THE ENTIRE DRAPERY STOCK OF THE WELL-KNOWN FIRM OF The Scarritt-Comstock Furniture Co., FOURTH AND LOCUST STREETS, ST. LOUIS, -! i t! i ' i fh t I.Je 1 hl . fi fl vt . 7 a I And same will be put on sale Monday morning at 8 o'clock sharp, in our great Upholstery Dept., 3d floor, at prices that will enable every woman in St. Louis to buy the Most Beautiful Draperies at Half Price and Less. The great furniture firm of Scarritt-Comstock, so well known for their reliable and high-class goods, finding that their greatly increasing furniture business demanded all the room they could give it, decided with reluc tance to give up their splendid Drapery Department, conceded to be the best and finest in St. Louis. At Scarritt-Comstock's invitation we inspected the sumptuous stock of magnificent Tapestries, grand Silks, Gordon Reps, beautiful Velours, elegant Tapestry Panels, exquisite Renaissa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 4. 1000. "THE PRESIDENT IS RESPONSIBLE." A Waning Even More Brilliant Than Its Dawn Wijjoiou? Denunciation by a Re public;! n Organ of the Puerto Kico Tai'iff Kill. Is what we propose to make this first week of March which closes our Golden Jubilee Year, by giving A MISTAKE IS MOMENTOUS." you remarkably good values at very close prices. March 10th Chicago Times-Herald Pays That the Enor Is Mclviuley's and That Ir If Perhaps Ir reparable. we shall celebrate another birthday but well that's another story! Si TTi MVW J 'J Urn llw ,- - i ' L , i i I''' n U ! a r fl. a: i. i : SI H: ii H t.- I 8-1 . Ji.3 I M U j - t Hi IX - The Chicago Times-Herald, standi Re publican ar&in. with the refutation of te icit "close to tho President." and hereto fore In all thlnKs a Mipportei of the admin istration, printed Saturday tnomlntr tho fol lowir.E editorial "THE rnUMDKM"3 MOMUVri)l MIS- TAKB. J "Xot 6ir.ee the speech of Senator Proctor Wtlnir forth tho harrowltiR Fui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

: '4s Je TIT!-: KKl'l KL1C: SrXDAY. MAW 'If i:'iO. New Fancy Ribbons. The New Wash Waists. XovcUie-. for Spring of ,.i(H) r.itisii,. and ciiarmiiisj creations, m dainty IVrc.iI.s. Organdie-. India Linen. Chambray.-, 7x phv rs and I.awu-. Fonniii"; aitoscth er a vision of waist Ixmuiv well worth 'oiiiiiij a great distance, if only to .see. and to '.vliuh all our Iricnds arc most cordially invited. Our Spring and Summer Catalogue Is al-no.t tcadv and will Ik- mailed free to out of low:i patrons sending us a postal with uam and address. Jewelry Department. Combs Ftiipuc back comln, ncik combs, chigtioti combs and pompadour combs, tit she'l iolor only alttavs sold at 1A , iV choice ' vrtrral stjlt . Moadaj at, riieli !C Chain I'urses The new style link chain purse-, having fam-v frame with jeweled chat-lame top. in "ill. silver or A f French gray regular price llac -Monday, each . . r7 Pulley Kelts A haml-onic showing of these new !.!( black satin ones at 2c. 3c, 4"c, nVc. 75c. Sc and (...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

ft- tite "RjcprBLrc: srxoAY. MArcnr i. 'iooo. li ft I: r fee Si ft l! K. r t It- ir si 1 ft .11 3. -It i w J-- ' a r- ii i F- Ir li ?- 1. 3 r ISJV.- K-M IjAST LOT OF Cfdiilcrcnt kinds, raaginzin value from So. 00 to sif s.crJIIcedat such ridiculously low prices that larettes COMCA.M CO.W1SCE YOURSELF - STOKEXECPCKS. A FEW OF OUli GREAT Cape Seal Collarette, Ir. aimed all around with .uincht.Iu lt .n.-h.'i deep, largi Ol OC storm collar forth K'Wi wliUU Baltic Seal Collarette. IJ ..ut.esiit.-p. anx swr.-ep na tin lined worth. tfi.1.1 $1.95 Electric Seal Tab Collarette, ol.w ul rcnu.no . url; Astras-han. tnu innl Willi fi An Qrt marten tai.s. -lir. line-.!, worth?" OlOblSU Genuine Electric Seal Tab Collarette, u.ad'3 f v.in wlmcl'U'L:NtrinmLtl t.J.i III marten tails anil tr-o heads, bcautlfull lincj. Jy Aft vo-5h JtiKU wtlUU Choicest DcctrlcSeat Collarettes, made from-li-st gr.. sr.ms. lir.-Nt u ,Ttt Hues-. . n- 1Q CD ui-satin. worta -tfuu ... OuiOU Urniiia: Moufflon Tab Collarette, w...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE KEPl'DU Hl'XDAY. 3LR('IJ 4,1000. TELLER ATTACKS THE FINANCE BILL. FORENSIC ELOQUENCE PASSING FROM COURT. OO 0 G3 0 9QGO v 2 r5 J TO TRADE A iViorario Senator Objects ti the Power Given to the Treas ury Secretary. Law Professor Says Litigation Does Not Sup port the Profession Waning Power of Pulpit Deplored Press Commended. EXTENSION OF PUBLIC DEBT. Wr ip"you; . V."0m:BA.Vsis KXV Tll A tttll .-rJ .... .-; - w. 1 1 rxVe svsSiayis -,'a isx SWi BUY II A I A- . win Mvr 7?m r-friKfs?r tr& ; tv , ON K lliilliiWl XW.IT iS-M u.i2HI23-ll25 OLIVE P STREET. LLRieg aj V s X V ;r -h- ( .00 ! en w. len j 111 ! '. irta i-c-nd al ia ' y j. inn rl. jp-lil- Iiimetnliii' Deelanilion Silly and Weak. 1".c;uim li Means Xih- injr cjiiay Cam Imh- iher Al"ue(l. k j-i.ii'f.;..n. Match -"h S-iiate laid a brief elun. adjourning rn-:y on a count f the death of Kepi.-sentatlve Kppes, of irKinia. J'unnr. the s,.sii Mr. ISos of Vermont -like in o;iM"-ilion to the sejtii-.g of 11. P. tjuay. ami Mr. T.l.er sp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

- - W 1S-rf "- T" I I s THE REPUBLIC SUNDAY. rtfAROIT 4, TWO. TTvyvTTTvwyTTtfy4HHHHOM . ftll lrOTHI IA III w I 4 --t-' " - t - - .t.i. - - .t L-ftfc o O o o s o o s o o s - o s . c- s s v o o s s o s 0- s s s c o s Of High-Class, a Portrait and Bought at a Great ( J!A1' B5 Whose Magnificent Studio Was Destroyed ty Fire a Few Weeks Aro I.ai fc ol .space in lii present. iwrtrr-. at Y At 0 A Itnilihnv. ictirpelU-il the iiiime.ls.itr disposition of hi-entire -lock ol cle.UIU Iraim-.. wlne'i were ,ii-nrli:iI m.M to Cr.iti.: I.t-a.k-r AT ABOUT HALF ACTUAL VALUE! They include the very choicest rml hand-onic-t desiii- ami iimu-. mi h a- C.nl.I. Ilia. It and I'letnish Oak. Myrtle ('.recti. Dull l:l.u-k. etc.. allot which were made c-pei.ill to liisonl'-r. and 3t the prices we wil name here to-:tiorro an-, twvoud the shadow of a doubt. The Greatest Values in High-Class Frames Ever Offered the St. Louis Public. Fine Art Department, T kM Floor. a . --- - os ST. LOUIS TURNVEREIN'S SUCCESSFUL ENT...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1900. K V JC: , y-rt V ;-' I. I. w COMBINED TREATMENT " HDF THE GREAT AT w-,-. Oi n Wim :-3M-i . r . "-s.xyvjtv: ?X r- -'s ,i -& - "Tr, PERttlArt-NTLY LOCATED AT No. ! N. BROAD AY v0pp3.iie Cu'ilte;, St. Louis, Mo. References: Best Banks and Loading Buslnees Houses in the City. The successful treatment of this Institute, as its name suggests, com bines the two greatest factors of the healing art known to the medical profession ELECTRICITY and Medicine. It is the largest, most thor oughly and completely equipped institute, both electrically and medi cally, ever established in the West for the treatment and absolute euro ' of all Nervous, Chronic and Pri-.-ate Diseases of MEN and WOMEN. . The foremost of physicians commend its methods, imitate and follow ' them as far as possible. Its discoveries for the relief and resuscitation Of "WEAK MEN suffering from Lost Manhood have especially been in strumental in bringing the name of the State Electro-Medic...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

.---, tVi-Ov.--'ir -.-'-.-. -vCCfrivWUV;;,, ;-.-. 'i pfTW-qg5wnBrfff itwtf -a?' jgg.itwffa -t-V . 1 j 10 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 100$, i i- i I, i. it i! b f i . r a I. ft "-iTi fii X! B I 8 I! s pi- 3? rl j t If ': i p Hi : "feT e? ?Jit "A! USB I fv- .-rrt&vN -riiTW " i Your Last Ciiance! A few remnants in Suitings while they last, that were S2S 6 f ! and S30 TO ORDER C?al Nearly 100 edd lengths in Trouser ings, that were $7 and So gt E" TO ORDER vf-O For this week only any Fall Fancy Vesting in the house 2 TO ORDER - CpO We Haye Just Received A car-load of new Spring Wool ess that are marvels of beauty in effect and design. f TAILOR 71S-717 Olivo Stroot. TEXTIX TftURNAJItr.T. About Ten Clnbs. Inrlndin: Hcllr vllle. Will He Ite'ircsrlitrd. Fred Meier of the Star bawling team broke tnc record for high scores at the CoorthoUMt aSIess last Thursday maklrg -- Mr. Mejcr in making tri score won a Si hat and a, -ilk urn- The general fntere,t in the, gam- of ten,..- ir. mis city...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

11 ammmmmamm&Bmnmammmm MILLINERS PREPARE FGR LARGE ORDERS. WQflkl WILL YOU UNDERSTAND AND BELIEVE IT? For some time the public have been told that the 11 VVw richest and purest natural tropic leaf obtainable is to be had in theLUCKE Rolled CIGAR, which costs only See and Hear the Wonderful M "Many-Tone" 1 THE WELFARE OF NATIONS. CROWN Vi-iii:.- in This Lint' AsmM in the li'.lliull (if New Dl'siojis :imi i:nvis. for -SK Th, Oniv I'iann id It KinJ in tile WorM. v EMPLOYES WORKING OVERTIME. :TnE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MAROIT 4. 1900. PIANO. A Ah V V Imitate Perfectly Over 10 Differ ent Musical Instruments. Tun -U'jill.-tnr- adjust!! cnt bar' s pT0tr.:"3 l.v II o f i..o and exrius.c patents :ir--ryif.u:r . 1' i fcu H i the i::-i. inii:'i. h"'. s a p.' of the CKOV.'N r.ano .-of an auac'iinenL Krerv inc i and o 'if r' tL''iKOU Piano is suaiantcd It! t-n's- raali'r.ji. A ten (ttu yeir r-i "' ' rai in the bic': of ra-'..,strJT" .it Special Offer: s an at!ve-'Sen-rnt .e w U fr a Iim'tetf t ne...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

-- arevs -cmtnr. I V 12 the BBrT;m,usi.'xrAY. JtAT.ru 4. mnn. $ . iv u p. Si T' H r i I. ' 1 J. 11 it 1 9 ii- l?-7- !' I1- EXPELLED HIM FROM MEMBERSHIP. Decision of the Directors of the Jefferson Club in f he Case of AY.- A. Ununk'uberger. DISLOYALTY WAS THE CHARGE. Ex-Treasurer Onnilui'tril His Own Defense ami Introduced Wit nesses Hearing Lasted Three Hours. At the meeting; of th ISo.-ird of Pira-ctms of the Jefferson Club. held last nisht at the clubrooms. W. A. nrandeiihersor. treasurer of the club, was tried on Un charge of disloyalti to the principles of the organization, and after .1 full discus sion of the ease, was formally expelled from membership. The full Board of lirfctor- was present to hear the chaw against the former tieairer and to ltten to his defend. B'pndenhnrcei- was accorded .1 hearing; at length and gici the privilege of intrn aluclnr: witnesses In his' behalf .The hear-lii-y oceupietl the att-iiUon of the bninl nearly 'hrcc hours. At Its conclu-ion the member...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE F.EPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 4. 1000. IS & i NF J or 4 '' ly "PIKERS" DO HONOR TO THEIR OLD HOME, Fifth Annual Uanquet Was Given at the rianter.. riotel Labt 2Cirlit- WORLD'S FAIR WAS DISCUSSED. Barnes najjerman l.espunded to the Toast and President Dyer Kroupnt Assurances of Congressional Support. Having found by last nighl's experience thai one evening is entirel loo sbcrt for tho purpose, the F'.ke County Calory of Ft. Ixrcis 'will probablj devote an entire Jay or perhaps two evenings to its next an-r-cl gathering. The fifth anniversary of the"organlzaticn of the colony brought together In the dining-room of the Planters Hotel more reprc tmtat.vcs of the historic county than the average State can turn out at a national eonventlon. and developed the fact that every I'ikcr is a. born after-dinner speaker. T"-ere weic also present, as guests, a num ber cf prominent men in various ulk of life, several of whom made teltcilous ad dresses. The e-et programme of five speeches rneicly...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

11 TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 1AIU1H -i. IDOO. 1 ?. 1 f I I J5 'If I I I'" s- I lb a- g. . &. . 212. is: if . I1 m . ei :m r-- -I m pj-" 3t -ft'"' - - I'. i- iji p ft ii Tlie subje-t of hernia is Smeslcd with new Interest. owli-.K to the revo lutionary method of modern i-ciencc. which mates the cure or rupture without a ".ircie.il operation a cer tainty. The sufferer afflicted wlih mis dUcaye may justly demand of the medical fraternity a cure of one of the most common and wniuf dis abilities to which mankind is llablo. It is. therefore, necess-ary that every physician should familiarise himself with this eo Important subject, that he nuy he able t render assistance in ca-es of -itranculati-jii. which is apt to occur so f requeiitlj . After this he oueht to semi the patient lo r physician who makes this branch a specialty for further treatment and care. Dr Lcwin. bavins trade tho treatment and cure of rupture a life long stuay, will guarantee you a CURE in every case he undertake?. H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Mall Edition It Printed la Three Parts. The Sunday Mazailae It Printed la One Part. PART II. 10 PAGES. corvnitiiiT. i'"". ijy ri iiusiikiis. ckokui: knapp & company. IWWWWiiWNNSa ST. LOF'is. MO.. SUNDAY. MARCH I. 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NINETY SECOND YEAR. WIVES OF SOLDIERS IN BRITISH-BOER WAR. ... .?. 4 ... I A A WASHINGTON AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. George Brysn. Aofarv Public, en ntto Floor. Majestic Ranges, 10c a Day. Free Sursery on Fourth P.'oor. .osF.r oRiiu: dcpaktmot on hint Floor. Pay (ia. l:lectrk and Water License here. For A'eu Spring ond Summer Catalogue Sent! In Same. Why General Gatacre Took a Vow to Leave His Country Forever Symons's Widow in a Hurry to Wed Again. crn os riFin floor. MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED. -STCA.H ASH F.LCCJKIC IJlVSMiV In Itatcmsnt. ftjjtAA,m f V IS P v WRITTEN FOR THU s! NI'AY nBIIT.Rir. And all for the sake of a woman: So might run tlie i'it..l'li Major eltncrjl William Fori". Oatm-re...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

I- S3 TIITC REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAROTT 4. TOnO. u 1 CONTROL IN MONTANA IS THE PRIZE EACH WANTS Character Marcus Sketches of Daly and PINANCIAL TITANS TIGHTING OWNERSHIP Or A STATE ron? POLITICAL Wm. A. Clark, Whose Political Feud Become Famous. Has W -1 : - i? r. Tr Republic Bureau. 31 h St .md JYim-iltanla Aie Washington. March 3 It is a luttlc of giants this utrug'c between Clark and Daly, the Montana copper Kins-. over the former's right to his at in the I nittd States. Senali It is the bitter culmiration of the Inns, picturesque feud betwtcn these to rivals for the tontml of the politics of a. State these, two m lf-m.uic millionaires whose career have b.-en so tloscly as sociated in the developmt-nt of the miterial rc.-ourccs of Montana, th.se tvo men who luivo nothing in common but a mighty am iiitlon Control in Montana that is tlic i.rize Kach of these men has spent hun- tireds of thousands of dollars to am this j great prize Mono in Mocks of ten" of I thousands lias been given ...

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